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Constructive Behavior Stress Personality and Mental Health

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Child Development

Author : Laura E. Levine
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Although the field of child and adolescent development seems to be an easy one in which to provide active learning opportunities to students, few textbooks currently exist that actually do this. Child Development: An Active Learning Approach includes the following key features: - Challenging Misconceptions: true/false or multiple choice tests are incorporated at the beginning of each chapter to specifically address topics that are sources of misunderstanding amongst students. - Activities with children and adolescents: 'hands-on' activities that complement the ideas of the text, as an integral part of the text, rather than as “add-ons” at the end of each chapter. - 'The journey of research' will introduce students to the process of research that leads from early findings to more refined outcomes through real-life examples - 'Test Yourself' sections include activities that cause students to reflect on an issue through their own experiences to bring about increased motivation and understanding of a specific topic. - The Instructor's Resource CD-ROM includes a computerized test bank, PowerPoint Slides, sample syllabi, suggested in-class learning activities, and homework assignments. - The Student Study Site includes interactive videos, self-quizzes, key term flashcards, SAGE journal articles with accompanying exercises, and web links with accompanying exercises.

Psychology A Discovery Experience Copyright Update

Author : Franzoi
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PSYCHOLOGY: A DISCOVERY EXPERIENCE is designed specifically for high school students and is written to the American Psychological Association (APA) National Standards for High School Psychology. Targets English Language Learners with Essential Question activities that facilitate listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Stephen Franzoi's conversational writing style guides students through a journey of self-discovery. Students will learn and apply concepts of psychology to their everyday lives with the latest developments in psychology, fascinating interactive figures, in-text labs, career insights, and an online database of current psychology resources. These tools make this the most relevant and accessible high school psychology program on the market. The comprehensive instructor resource package includes the Instructor Wraparound Edition, Instructor Resource CD, lesson plans, PowerPoint Presentations with embedded interactive figures, ExamView Computerized Test Generator, DVD collection, and an online database of current psychology resources. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Integrative Holistic Health Healing and Transformation

Author : Penny Lewis
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Explores how practitioners in a field of alternative medicine/holistic health have the knowledge in support of their work. These core ways of knowing gives them a foundation for evaluating their work, new advances in the field and affords them interrelated frames of knowledge for their continued research in the field.

Helping Your Kids Handle Stress

Author : H. Norman Wright
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Quit Smoking For Good

Author : Shane Cuthbert
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Most people start smoking at a younger stage of life where, maybe, they're under a lot of stress. There's a lot of uncertainty, a lot of self-doubt. They don't feel self-confident in themselves. Then, over the years, they kind of grow up a bit. They mature a bit, and they get to the point where they're a little bit more motivated to care for themselves and look after themself. They get to that point where they feel a strong desire to want to stop smoking. They use some patches, change some routines, They break the habit, and everything is going fine. They stay on the wagon so long as life doesn't get in the way. The realistic probability of the treatment being successful long term becomes a lot more unpredictable if you're the kind of person who smokes not just because it's a bad habit, but if you're the kind of smoker who uses cigarettes as a coping mechanism or, essentially, you're using smoking to sort of medicate your emotions. If that describes you, and you try patches and therapies focusing purely on breaking the habit, I mean, you'll be fine so long as life is fine. But once when you hit one of the hurdles up ahead you will want to slip back into your old ways and habits, by that point, you want to make sure that you've got a new and healthier coping mechanism installed to make sure that you don't regress into your old familiar patterns. You will find out exactly how to create better coping mechanisms in this book. The other thing that happens to a lot of people that use smoking as a coping mechanism is, once the particular therapy gets rid of the desire to smoke, then they end up transferring that desire onto something else, some other addiction, some other coping mechanism that they use to medicate their emotions with instead. Now, it could be other drugs, but the most common thing is foods. A lot of people end up addicted to comfort eating instead. Again, if you want to learn how to better avoid this trap, this book is for you. What's the difference between the kind of person who quits temporarily and then falls back into their old ways compared to the person who quits permanently? Well, the major difference is the person who quits temporarily will say that they essentially feel like the same person only without the cigarettes, whereas the person who quits permanently, they'll say that they feel like something has kind of changed on the inside. This book is about creating permanent change and there is a few things we need to do to create that change, whether its a bad eating habit or an addiction, the fundamental rules and guidelines for change stay the same, change is something I am an expert at creating, I create changes in people all over the world and changing your smoking habits and quitting smoking for good is no different to learning how to stress less and beat anxiety, infact, im sure you know exactly what im talking about because you also smoke more when anxious and I right? If you not only want to quit smoking but quit smoking long term this book is for you because it focuses on the fundamentals, the instincts and the problems driving you towards smoking, changing a habit is much like putting a bandaid on a very serious wound, reading this book is like going to hospital, we are going to get in and find out whats really going on and create change at the core.

Bowker s Complete Video Directory 1996

Author : R R Bowker Publishing
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Understanding Transitions in the Early Years

Author : Anne O'Connor
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There are many transitions that children experience before they are five, including the first major transition from home to an early years setting. Successive changes can have a serious impact on young children and stress, separation and insecure attachments can affect not only a child’s emotional health but also cognitive and intellectual development. Featuring new material on provision for two year olds, school readiness, and families and transitions, this thought-provoking text explains why transitions matter and provides practical guidance on how to support young children’s developing emotional resilience and equip them to embrace change in the future. Aimed at practitioners and students, this fully-updated second edition: draws together evidence from neuroscience, attachment theory, child development and childcare practices; provides a context for practitioners to empathise with children and families as they relate to their own understanding of the impact of change and transition; looks at ways to reduce the number of transitions including the key person approach, and; offers guidance and practical strategies for practitioners, managers and head teachers for supporting children through transitions. Including case studies, examples of good practice and questions for reflection, Understanding Transitions in the Early Years emphasises the little things that practitioners can do for the individual children in their care, helping them to feel secure and confident when dealing with change.

Young Driver Accidents and Delinquency

Author : Steven J. Ellwanger
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Release Your Inner Drive

Author : Bradley Busch
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Customer Notice: this book contains a large amount of image-based text therefore any digital version would be better rendered by being viewed using large screen devices. Release Your Inner Drive: Everything You Need to Know about How to Get Good at Stuff by Bradley Busch and Edward Watson is a book of infographics designed to show teenagers how they can excel at school and in life. But while the graphics are certainly colourful and eye-catching, this is so much more than a book of pretty pictures. The graphics distil the latest research into psychology and neuroscience, alongside explanations of what exactly this means for teenagers and what they can do with these insights in practice. We know more than ever about the science of learning, and now everyone can quickly tap into the success strategies that have been proven to help people thrive and flourish. Have you ever wondered how people get really good at stuff? It turns out that there are a collection of habits that help people to get good at whatever it is they do. Researchers and academics in the fields of psychology and neuroscience have spent years trying to understand why some people flourish and others never truly fulfil their potential. Bradley and Edward have condensed that wisdom into this no-nonsense, visual guide which also provides clear explanations of the concepts, along with links to the latest research, for those who want to delve deeper into these fascinating insights. Each infographic distils everything you need to know to cultivate these habits and give yourself the best possible chance of success. Discover how to: take control, concentrate better, find your motivation, fail better, make revision stick, perform under pressure, ace those exams, put down that phone when you're meant to be revising, get over FOMO, stop procrastinating, get a good night's sleep, take care of yourself and your mental health, learn from sporting champions and grow your mindset to get ahead. The book is also ideal for anyone who has children and wants to nurture their talents, or for teachers who want to ensure that their students develop the attitudes, beliefs and habits that maximise learning and performance.Suitable for young people and anyone who wants to help them achieve their potential, including parents and teachers.

Coping with Stress

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Business Education Forum

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Managing Stress

Author : Brian Luke Seaward
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Now in its ninth edition, Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Well-Being provides a comprehensive approach to stress management honoring the integration, balance, and harmony of mind, body, spirit, and emotions. The holistic approach taken by internationally acclaimed lecturer and author Brian Luke Seaward gently guides the reader to greater levels of mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being by emphasizing the importance of mind-body-spirit unity. Referred to as the “authority on stress management” by students and professionals, this book gives students the tools needed to identify and manage stress while teaching them how to strive for health and balance. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.

Developing Management Skills

Author : David Allred Whetten
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This guide to effective managerial behavior is the only one available on the market that teaches students what they need to know to perform well as managers, synthesizes a large body of scholarly research related to each skill topic, and uses a proven learning methodology to help students actually develop and improve management skills. Emphasizing the basic human skills that lie at the heart of effective management, it combines academic knowledge with real world practicality, the key to the book' s proven durability.

Learning Cognitive behavior Therapy

Author : Jesse H. Wright
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An instructive guide with videos on the DVD of master cognitive behavior therapists demonstrating how to implement the most important techniques of CBT, this book addresses the key features of CBT, the origins of the CBT model, and presents an overview of core theories and techniques.

Varying the Timing of Preoperative Information to Assess Anxiety Specific Postoperative Knowledge Recall and Recovery in High Anxious and Low Anxious Cardiac Surgical Patients

Author : Colleen Pfeiffer
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The Stress Reduction Workbook for Teens

Author : Gina M. Biegel
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Provides strategies and activities for teenagers to manage their stress, describing such tasks as identifying stressor events, concentrating on the present, letting go of negative self-judgements, self-care, and focusing on the positive.

Coping with Change

Author : Iain McCormick
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Organizational Learning and Communities of Practice in a High tech Manufacturering Firm

Author : Anthony M. Barrett
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This work uses an ethnographic study as the backdrop to address theoretical and philosophical concepts related to organizational learning and social learning theory. To frame the rationale for this research, the ramifications of modern, interpretive, and postmodern traditions of organizational studies are considered. The social character of knowledge and human life is seminal to understanding how an organization learns

Total Fitness and Wellness

Author : Scott Kline Powers
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