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Author(s): David Lynx
Art of Yoga is an art history textbook seen from a yogic perspective. The visual art history of yoga begins in India, then expands to China, Japan, and the west.
Author(s): Kim A. Roberts, Amy Cole
Statistics For Psychology is a short version of a textbook designed to simplify statistics. It is referred to as a work book written for students that are required to understand that a scientist must have a tightly controlled research design before they analyze their data which is conveyed in Chapters 1-2. Chapters 3-7 the authors discuss correlations, t-tests and a One-way ANOVA between subjects’design and how to input data into SPSS.
Author(s): MARIN SMILLOV
The Logos Within Us introduces readers to the subject of Logic by giving a reflection on where logic can be found in their lives, the basic concepts of logical arguments, and covers the informal fallacies. The transition from Aristotelian to propositional logic is also examined.
The Logos Within Us by Marin Smillov
Author(s): James Jakubow
Psychology: The Scientific Approach introduces students to the dynamic world of psychology. The publication examines the history and methodology of psychology, the basic factors of psychology, combining the basic functions of psychology, and people interacting with people.
Author(s): Richard W Coughlin
The central argument of Fragile Democracy: A Critical Introduction to American Government is that democracy in the United States is today more of a question than a given. American democracy has become a precarious enterprise. This text is organized similarly to most American government texts.
Author(s): Stacey Jurhree
The Revelation of American Government and Texas Politics gives readers a simple but more concrete knowledge of how American Government and Texas Politics operate. Too many traditional political science and government textbooks spend excessive time on concepts, phrases, and paradigms that are really not relevant to the average American citizen’s life. In fact, several of these texts appear to be written to impress professors and their peers more than to help the American Citizenry understand governmental actions and events.