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Author(s): Gregory Gellene
This manual is designed to be paired with the General Chemistry component of a GOB course which annually enrolls about 1000 mostly pre-nursing and agricultural science students at Texas Tech University, but it could also be paired with the first semester of two-semester General Chemistry sequence. A digital site is provided for pre-laboratory assignments, submission and analysis of data in a laboratory report, and post-laboratory questions with each component being fully machine graded.
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): Jackie Martin
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Business Communication on the Edge of Technology combines a textbook (print / eBook) and companion website – creating a package that students place on their office shelves!
Author(s): Andrew L. Shim
Exploring the Field of Kinesiology has the resources that students need to obtain and survive a promising career in the field of kinesiology. This textbook assists students in determining their goals, and in selecting the right specialization or field of study. Beginning with the identification of kinesiology, this text invites students to look at the different career opportunities that are within this field and aids in preparation for their early career.
Author(s): Staci Freeworth
Introduction to Nutrition is an easy to read, essential purchase for students in dietetics, as well as students studying subjects that may have a nutrition component, such as exercise science, nursing, pharmacy, medicine, and other related areas. This textbook provides the quality information that astute learners demand in nutrition science applications that are ideal at introductory levels. New and updated nutrition topics are intertwined with real stories from real people that connect the material to the reader’s everyday life.
Author(s): John Gareis, Ellen Cohn
Far from being a context in which communication occurs, culture is the very basis of communication.
Communication as Culture explains that whether people talk with family members or someone from another country, they are never anything more or less than enculturated people who abide by the limits of their language, values and ideals. People talk about certain things and view others in certain ways. Everything a person does and says reinforces or shows opposition to culture.
Author(s): Fred E. Szabo
New Revised Fourth Edition Now Available!
Author(s): Jonathan A Nourse, ERNEST W. ROUMELIS, Jeffrey S Marshall, David R Berry
We are pleased to present the 5th edition of Practical Earth Science Exercises, a laboratory manual originally conceived by Drs. Lisa Rossbacher, David Jessey, and David Berry in 1986 during their early teaching years at Cal Poly Pomona.