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Mastering Neuroscience E Book

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Enhance your knowledge of neuroscience as it relates to rehabilitation with the first neuroscience laboratory guide designed just for rehabilitation students! This unique manual helps you easily identify the structures of the nervous system and gain a better understanding of the mechanism of the sensory and motor pathways and how they contribute to movement. Fourteen hands-on labs cover the internal and external structures of the CNS, as well as the ventricular system, cranial nerves, the meninges, blood supply, the muscle spindle and GTO, sensory and motor pathways, and the vestibular and visual systems. Numerous case studies illustrate spinal cord injury, brainstem, cranial nerves, and/or cerebrum dysfunction, helping you improve your clinical reasoning skills. Helps you develop your critical thinking skills in a hands-on lab environment. These skills, along with a solid understanding of the nervous system, are the bases for understanding movement, behavior, and occupational performance – all essential for rehabilitation professionals! Includes case studies that help you build clinical reasoning skills and bridge the gap between theory and practice. Student-focused approach allows you to choose from a list of neurological diagnoses and present the pathology as it would manifest in a typical patient – an effective method to help you retain what you’ve learned. A focus on clinical applications clearly demonstrates how a knowledge of neuroscience is important in day-to-day rehabilitation practice. Key anatomy exercises are presented with helpful illustrations so that you can better identify anatomical structures. Step-by-step directions help you find gross and specific structures of brain anatomy, pathways, and more. Can be used to supplement any major neuroscience textbook, enhancing your ability to make quantitative and qualitative observations in clinical practice.

Mastering Neuroscience

Author : Roseann Cianciulli Schaaf
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Enhance your knowledge of neuroscience as it relates to rehabilitation with the first neuroscience laboratory guide designed just for rehabilitation students! This unique manual helps you easily identify the structures of the nervous system and gain a better understanding of the mechanism of the sensory and motor pathways and how they contribute to movement. Fourteen hands-on labs cover the internal and external structures of the CNS, as well as the ventricular system, cranial nerves, the meninges, blood supply, the muscle spindle and GTO, sensory and motor pathways, and the vestibular and visual systems. Numerous case studies illustrate spinal cord injury, brainstem, cranial nerves, and/or cerebrum dysfunction, helping you improve your clinical reasoning skills. Helps you develop your critical thinking skills in a hands-on lab environment. These skills, along with a solid understanding of the nervous system, are the bases for understanding movement, behavior, and occupational performance - all essential for rehabilitation professionals! Includes case studies that help you build clinical reasoning skills and bridge the gap between theory and practice. Student-focused approach allows you to choose from a list of neurological diagnoses and present the pathology as it would manifest in a typical patient - an effective method to help you retain what you've learned. A focus on clinical applications clearly demonstrates how a knowledge of neuroscience is important in day-to-day rehabilitation practice. Key anatomy exercises are presented with helpful illustrations so that you can better identify anatomical structures. Step-by-step directions help you find gross and specific structures of brain anatomy, pathways, and more. Can be used to supplement any major neuroscience textbook, enhancing your ability to make quantitative and qualitative observations in clinical practice.

Mastering Neuroscience

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Mastering Neuroscience

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This is a Pageburst digital textbook; Enhance your knowledge of neuroscience as it relates to rehabilitation with the first neuroscience laboratory guide designed just for rehabilitation students! This unique manual helps you easily identify the structures of the nervous system and gain a better understanding of the mechanism of the sensory and motor pathways and how they contribute to movement. Fourteen hands-on labs cover the internal and external structures of the CNS, as well as the ventricular system, cranial nerves, the meninges, blood supply, the muscle spindle and GTO, sensory and motor pathways, and the vestibular and visual systems. Numerous case studies illustrate spinal cord injury, brainstem, cranial nerves, and/or cerebrum dysfunction, helping you improve your clinical reasoning skills. Helps you develop your critical thinking skills in a hands-on lab environment. These skills, along with a solid understanding of the nervous system, are the bases for understanding movement, behavior, and occupational performance - all essential for rehabilitation professionals! Includes case studies that help you build clinical reasoning skills and bridge the gap between theory and practice. Student-focused approach allows you to choose from a list of neurological diagnoses and present the pathology as it would manifest in a typical patient - an effective method to help you retain what you've learned. A focus on clinical applications clearly demonstrates how a knowledge of neuroscience is important in day-to-day rehabilitation practice. Key anatomy exercises are presented with helpful illustrations so that you can better identify anatomical structures. Step-by-step directions help you find gross and specific structures of brain anatomy, pathways, and more. Can be used to supplement any major neuroscience textbook, enhancing your ability to make quantitative and qualitative observations in clinical practice.

Mastering Concept Based Teaching E Book

Author : Jean Foret Giddens
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Get all the strategies and guidance you need successfully implement conceptual learning with Mastering Concept-Based Teaching, 2nd Edition. Written specifically for nursing faculty, renowned educators Dr. Jean Foret Giddens, Dr. Linda Caputi, and Dr. Beth Rodgers walk you through the background and benefits of using a concept-based learning approach; how to plan, develop, and deliver an effective concept-based course; and how to improve and evaluate student learning with concepts. This new second edition also features two new chapters — one on how to conduct concept-based clinical experiences and another chapter on the future of concept-based interprofessional learning. You’ll also find updated content and more of the highly helpful Misconceptions and Clarifications boxes. So whether you’re teaching in an LPN, ADN, BSN, or MSN program, this insightful book is here to ensure a smooth execution concept-based teaching.

NeuroSelling

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Your business lives and dies by your customer conversations. Shouldn't you have those down to a science? If you're tired of having to justify your price...of offering discounts to close the deal...of long sales cycles...of customers who can't seem to make a decision, then you need NeuroSelling(R), the only customer conversation tool grounded in neuroscience and behavioral psychology. But NeuroSelling(R) is more than just theory--it's a step-by-step, practical communication methodology honed by years of field experience, resulting in millions in new revenue in industries as diverse as biotech, financial services, manufacturing, and engineering. Start communicating in a way that: -Builds personal and professional trust faster -Naturally drives urgency to buy -Creates an automatic commitment to change In this book, you'll also read the stories of a sales rep who went from the bottom half of his sales organization to becoming rep of the year, as well as the dark-horse executive candidate who became CEO, chosen over three more experienced leaders. No matter your situation, successful selling begins and ends with the customer conversation.

Neuroscience of Communication

Author : Douglas B. Webster
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New edition—revised and updated throughout. Clarifies and expands discussions from first edition. Includes two new chapters, additional information on the entire diencephalon, as well as 14 new illustrations. Provides clear description of structural and functional organization of the complete nervous system. Presents detailed descriptions of the structures and functions of the vestibular system, speech perception, language, and speech production.TEXTBOOK

Cognitive Neuroscience

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Neurobiology For Dummies

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Studying neurobiology and want an easy-to-use guide to the subject? This is the resource for you! Covers the basics - like themolecular mechanisms and anatomy of the nervous system- and then moves on to more complex subjects like neurodevelopmental biology.

The Stress Proof Brain

Author : Melanie Greenberg
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We can t avoid the things that stress us out, but we "can" change how we respond to them. In this breakthrough book, a clinical psychologist and neuroscience expert offers an original and comprehensive approach to help readers harness the power of positive emotions and overcome stress for good. The unique mindfulness exercises in this book provide a recipe for resilience, empowering readers to master their emotional response to stress, overcome negative thinking, and create a more tolerant, stress-proof brain."

Abstracts of the Seventh European Neuroscience Congress

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Society for Neuroscience Abstracts

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The Journal of Neuroscience

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Mind and Brain

Author : Alberta Steinman Gilinsky
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Foundations of Behavioral Neuroscience MyPsychLab Access Code

Author : Neil R. Carlson
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Society for Neuroscience Abstracts

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Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience

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Mastering PiXELS 3D

Author : R. Shamms Mortier
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This is the only book devoted to Pixels: 3D, the powerful Mac-only graphics application used by tens of thousands of animators, game designers, multimedia programmers, Web developers, and graphic artists. Focusing on the latest release (4.0), the author guides readers through the Pixels3D interface, details all of the product's features, and finally presents a series of tutorials that teach the techniques users need to master to succeed with their own projects. The examples presented in the book and on the CD are tied explicitly to these lessons, allowing readers to compare and improve their own results. * Expert advice from a leading Pixels:3D authority-and with topical contributions from many others * Offers tutorial-based coverage of all product features and techniques used by professionals in a wide range of fields * Includes special insights from Pixels3D programmers-undocumented tips on achieving specialized application behavior * Includes sixteen pages of full-color Pixels3D samples * On the accompanying CD, provides art and animations illustrating specific techniques and fully-functional, upgradable copy of Pixels:3D 3.1

Mastering Medical surgical Nursing

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The complete reference for an expanding, more autonomous specialty. This distinctive resource gives practicing nurses a quick, easy-to-use guide to causes, pathophysiology, assessment, nursing diagnosis, expected outcomes, procedures, patient teaching, evaluation, discharge preparation, and more. It's comprehensive enough to serve as a student text.

Resilience

Author : Steven Southwick
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Most of us at some point in our lives will be struck by major traumas such as the sudden death of a loved one, a debilitating disease, assault, or a natural disaster. Resilience refers to the ability to 'bounce back' after encountering difficulty. This book provides a guide to building emotional, mental and physical resilience by presenting ten factors to help anyone become more resilient to life's challenges. Specific resilience factors such as facing fear, optimism, and social support are described through the experiences and personal reflections of highly resilient survivors. These survivors also describe real-life methods for practicing and benefiting from the resilience factors. As resilience is the complex product of genetic, psychological, biological, social, and spiritual factors, the authors investigate resilience from multiple scientific perspectives. They synthesize the latest literature on the topic, describe their own research on resilience, and quote from their interviews with highly resilient people.