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Author(s): Craig Rand
Stress Management: A Guide to a Healthier Life looks at stress which has been linked to between 60-75% of illness and disease in this country. The focus is two fold—to examine stress using the components of wellness and trying to have the reader try new techniques through an experiential and interactive journey.This text touches on the physiological aspect of stress, but the main goal is to increase one’s wellness.
Author(s): Elner Makia, Japhet Makia
Time Management Survival Planning Guide for Schools and Colleges is a road map (or GPS) for students’ academic journey; therefore, it is designed to assist students to utilize their time wisely by helping them stay focused on classes, events, appointments, meetings, and career objectives. This planner will be used as a retention and an intervention tool for high school and college freshman students, especially in the freshman seminar classes.
Author(s): George Ellington, Laya Vivian Smith Ellington
Discovery English: Speaking and Listening for Advanced English Language Learners is a complete course in academic speaking and listening for advanced ESL students. This text mimics introductory level college courses and prepares students for future academic careers.
Features of Discovery English include:
Author(s): Gayle Wells
You only have one body, and how well you take care of it will determine how you feel later in life. Health and wellness are important for everyone—not just as a way to prevent disease, but also as a way to live better by making healthier choices.
This manual will work in tandem to your health and wellness course. This guide contains presentations, readings, activities, and discussions related to key elements of health and wellness such as:
Author(s): Jaime Diaz
The profound effect that certain drugs have on behavior has ignited popular curiosity and has prompted a scientific search for the brain mechanisms that might be altered with drugs.
Written by Jaime Diaz, an active neuroscientist, the new third edition of How Drugs Influence Behavior: A Neuro-Behavioral Approach helps readers learn and understand how drugs alter behavior.
Author(s): Anne Arendt, Cheryl Hanewicz, Pamela Becker, Angela Trego
We live in a society of technological systems organized to accomplish specific goals that are interconnected, interrelated, interacting, and interdependent. A system can consist of processes, people, materials, machines, organizations, parts, plans, structures, and various arrangements of items that work together at some level. While systems can be independent of other systems, today we are seeing increasing convergence.
Author(s): Tera Torres
As instructors in graduate programs that train educational diagnosticians, licensed specialists in school psychology, and other evaluation specialists for work in school systems, we have found that one of the most difficult concepts to teach revolves around writing psychoeducational reports. Students struggle to apply report writing skills in real-world settings and often times have a significant amount of difficulty constructing a readable psychoeducational report that is cohesive and user-friendly. “Report Writing Boot Camp” was created specifically for this purpose: this workbook uses
Author(s): Robert Wildman, SHAWN ARENT, BILLCAMPBELLPHD LLC , Barry S Miller, Colin Wilborn
Building upon the successful first edition, the NEW second edition of Sports and Fitness Nutrition provides students and practitioners the theoretical and practical understanding of how nutrients affect health and athletic performance.