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Medical Communication in Clinical Contexts is an edited collection designed to show and tell how patient-centered medical communication can be performed in clinical contexts.
Medical Communication in Clinical Contexts contains three primary themes:
Author(s): Cynthia Dunbar
Government affects every citizen’s life in the United States, every single day. The goal of the Founding Fathers was to create a government that was in the hands of the people, not in the hands of a monarchy. Attributes of America provides a basic overview of the government system and allows readers to better appreciate the underlying principles of the Constitution of the United States.
Consciousness and Behavior introduces students to those controversial yet popular areas of psychology that are typically neglected or given very little attention in traditional course offerings. Now in a new 5th edition, Consciousness and Behavior includes the most recent information on brain and genetic factors motivating consciousness and behavior.
Consciousness and Behavior:
Do you wish you could order one text for your ESL Listening and Speaking course that would include everything you need for a rigorous yet lively class? Pronunciation Celebration is that text! The goal of Pronunciation Celebration is to celebrate what ESL speakers can do, and to give them the skills and self-assurance to do more.
Author(s): Timothy J Loving, Gary Lewandowski, Lorne Campbell, Eshkol Rafaeli, Lisa Neff, Debra Mashek, Marci Gleason, Robin Edelstein, Maria Minda Orina, Jody L Davis, Benjamin Le, Nancy Frye, Jennifer Harman
If you could ask any question about relationships, marriage, family, or parenting, what would you ask? Coincidentally, we've been working on a book (that big title up there) that answers 40 of the most common questions. The book is edited by the creators of ScienceOfRelationships.com, and includes contributions from the authors and many of their colleagues.
Author(s): Benjamin R. Jordan PhD.
Water, Wind, and Earth is an oceanography book designed to be used in the undergraduate classroom as well as by anyone who wants to understand how the ocean works and how it impacts the world that we live on. The text is approachable and clear and is lavishly illustrated with images, figures, and tables that make the concepts clear and interesting. The focus of the text and figures is on clarity, rather than simplicity, which means that the concepts are thoroughly covered despite being an introductory text. Each chapter of the book builds on the previous ones, t