Kindle Publishing Bundle: Case Studies + Algebra, Trigonometry, and Statistics + Freud, Jung, Adler, Calkins, James + Motivation Theories, Theorists, and Emotion
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"Case Studies" documents personal tragedies over the course of the 20th century often pertaining to uncontrollable health ailments. At other times these tragedies may or may not be at the hands of another. In either case making the transition from healthy to unhealthy can be a difficult endeavor. This can take the form of physical damage to the brain structure, autism, Parkinson's disease, spinal injury, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, or brain death. Read about these individuals' personal tragedies and how they would learn to cope in dealing with these health concerns in his or her life. Many may take their health for granted, and many others as described here may have deserved a second chance.
"Algebra, Trigonometry, and Statistics" helps in explaining different theorems and formulas within the three branches of mathematics. Use this guide in helping one better understand the properties and rules within "Algebra, Trigonometry, and Statistics".
"Freud, Jung, Adler, Calkins, James" provides brief biographies of each historic individual within the field. In addition to a biography are theoretical positions of each individual providing input into their philosophical identities.
"Motivation Theories, Theorists, and Emotion" profiles theories of motivation and goes into detail pertaining to personal constructs and incentives. Sources of motivation can be both internal or external as the relationship among motivation and behavior is explained by the sequence of motivation. Enjoy a brief description of both theories of emotion and motivation.
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Not very interesting.
Pretty basic. For someone with no knowledge. Not sure of the point of including psychology and math in the same series. Narrator was not very good.
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Pointless and a waste of time
I could have gotten more from reading the topics of conversation in Wikipedia and for free.