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Present Like a Pro

by Cyndi Maxey & Kevin E. O'Connor

Sales calls. Weddings. Business conferences. Weekly meetings. We’re all called on to speak in public. Often, professional success and advancement depend on it. Yet many people find the experience draining...


The Future of Your Only Child

by Carl E. Pickhardt, Ph.D.

One-child households have doubled over the last two decades, making it one of the fastest-growing family units in America. Expert Carl Pickhardt aids families in understanding the common traits of many adult...


Extreme Fear

by Jeff Wise

Ever since the phrase “fight or flight” was coined in the 1920s, the common understanding has been that the mind respond to danger in one of two ways – either fleeing in blind panic, or fighting through...


You've Got to Be Believed to Be Heard

by Bert Decker

      Are you uncomfortable—even afraid—about the prospect of speaking before a group of people? Do you have trouble getting your message across? When you speak, do others listen, or can you feel their...


Instant Egghead Guide: The Mind

by Scientific American, Emily Anthes & Steve Mirsky

Everything from neurons to consciousness in the blink of an eye (which takes 300 milliseconds).

Take a “fantastic voyage” through the whorls and curves of the human brain, no miniaturization required. Learn...


Between Their World and Ours

by Karen Zelan

Autism has reached epidemic proportions. The latest studies suggest that as many as one in 150 children ages ten and younger may be affected by autism---a total of 300,000 children in the United States alone....


What Does It Mean to Be Human?

by Frederick Franck, Janis Roze & Richard Connolly

In an inspirational act of faith and hope, nearly one hundred contributors--social activists, thinkers, artists and spiritual leaders--reflect with poignant candor on our shared human condition and attempt to...


Leadership Therapy

by Anna Rowley

Microsoft is well-known for being an intense place to work: employees face constant pressure to innovate and excel and are passionately devoted to their jobs. In this insightful book, Anna Rowley reveals the...


Speak Up!

by Cyndi Maxey & Kevin E. O'Connor

The insider’s guide for women who want to master the art of business, professional, and public speaking

Whether speaking one-on-one or one to one thousand, women have specific challenges that can get in the...


Adam's Tongue

by Derek Bickerton

How language evolved has been called “the hardest problem in science.” In Adam’s Tongue, Derek Bickerton—long a leading authority in this field—shows how and why previous attempts to solve that problem...


The Most Dangerous Animal

by David Livingstone Smith

Almost 200 million human beings, mostly civilians, have died in wars over the last century, and there is no end of slaughter in sight.

The Most Dangerous Animal asks what it is about human nature that makes it...


Bodies

by Susie Orbach

Esteemed Psychotherapist and writer Susie Orbach diagnoses the crisis in our relationship to our bodies and points the way toward a process of healing.

Throughout the Western world, people have come to believe...


De La Mettrie's Ghost

by Chris Nunn

This book is about how we make choices. It is a compelling analysis of the nature of free will, drawing together evidence from chemistry, literature, politics, history and beyond.

Psychiatrist Chris Nunn elegantly...


Assessment for Intervention, Second Edition: A Problem-Solving Approach

by Rachel Brown-Chidsey & Kristina J. Andren

Problem-solving assessment is an essential component of multi-tiered systems of support such as response to intervention (RTI) and positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS). This authoritative work...


On the Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason

by , Arthur Schopenhauer

Originally published in 1813, this early work by German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. Originally published as his doctoral dissertation and then later...


Essentials of WAIS-IV Assessment

by Elizabeth O. Lichtenberger & Alan S. Kaufman

Quickly acquire the knowledge and skills you need to confidently administer, score, and interpret the WAIS®-IV

Coauthored by Alan S. Kaufman, who was mentored by David Wechsler—the creator of the Wechsler scales—...


Writing Your Life

by Lou W. Stanek, PhD & Lou W. Stanek

We all have stories to tell -- of a rapturous first kiss, a life-altering moment of choice, or the shocking revelation of a long-guarded secret. And these stories are often as distinctive, fascinating, exciting...


Origins of Intellect, The

by John L. Phillips

The works published by the Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget and his associates during the past forty years constitute the largest repository of knowledge about the cognitive development of children that is available...


Smoking

by David Krogh

What compels millions of people to ignore the medical evidence and continue smoking?  David Krogh offers some fascinating and surprising answers in this critically acclaimed analysis of what doctors and scientists...


What They Didn't Tell You About Knowledge Management

by Jay Liebowitz

There are a myriad of books that have been published on knowledge management. However, very few of these books give the practical know-how of what truly is needed in the information professional/manager's mind:...