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Author(s): Julian Bhebhe
Speak, Fear Not: A Guide to Coping with the Fear of Public Speaking provides a path to managing speaking anxiety. It traces the origin of the fear of public speaking to where the fear interferes with thinking. When the thinking process freezes due to fear, the body responds in strange ways. It becomes critical to understand what is happening in the mind for the body to confuse the speaker.
Author(s): Jeffrey Anderson
Managing and working with people is important across all disciplines.
The NEW edition of Management is accessible to a wide variety of students. Readers will find the book relevant whether their major is business, communications, engineering, fine arts, or science.
Featuring best practices from the authors 25 plus years of teaching experience, Management provides an up-to-date, practical, interesting, and easy-to-read introduction to management principles.
Author(s): Camille Hernandez-Ramdwar
Introduction to the Caribbean is a stand-alone text that is designed to challenge common misperceptions about the Caribbean and provide a solid grounding for an understanding of the region. It is interactive, with links to audiovisual content and relevant websites, and covers topics such as the Indigenous Caribbean, slavery and indentureship, Haitian and Cuban revolutions, ideologies, gender relations, globalization, and contemporary legacies.
Author(s): Eric-Gene Shrewsbury
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Author(s): Thomas O'Connor
Intelligence Analysis provides a strong foundation for students to learn and understand the many ways of doing intel analysis. The text builds upon, and maintains, student interest in the intelligence field. It not only presents much needed intel basics, it also teaches students how to think with an intel analysis mindset. The text covers a variety of intelligence analysis methods and will keep students inspired to pursue further learning.
Author(s): KARI STONE, CAROL FENDRICK, SARAH SHANER
Preparatory General Chemistry: Framework for Success is designed to provide college students who are not yet ready for general chemistry with the skills, content, and resources that are proven effective for achieving success in college chemistry courses. This workbook takes students step-by-step in learning effective strategies to support their journey into STEM majors.
Author(s): Randy W Bryner, David A Donley
The Exercise Physiology, Study Guide, Workbook, & Lab Manual offers students an all-inclusive resource to help navigate an Advanced Exercise Physiology course. The 7th edition of this text offers a well-organized and easy to follow guide through a two semester course which focuses on system-based exercise physiology (semester one) and clinical and applied applications related to the field (semester two). The text is organized into two main Sections, with five primary Units in section one and four in section two.
Author(s): Vivian C. Hsu-Yang
Cognitive Psychology will teach your students the core concepts behind cognitive psychology, where it came from, and where it is going. Students will be challenged to not only understand the basic mechanisms and theory behind cognition, but also critically think about how it has shaped the way that we function daily.