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  1. Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man Audiobook Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man
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  2. The Sin Eater Audiobook The Sin Eater
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  3. Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Be Audiobook Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Be
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  4. Near Dark: A Thriller Audiobook Near Dark: A Thriller
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  5. Coming Home to Island House Audiobook Coming Home to Island House
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  6. Outsider: A Novel of Suspense Audiobook Outsider: A Novel of Suspense
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  7. What You Wish For: A Novel Audiobook What You Wish For: A Novel
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  8. The Alchemist Audiobook The Alchemist
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  9. Relationship Goals: How to Win at Dating, Marriage, and Sex Audiobook Relationship Goals: How to Win at Dating, Marriage, and Sex
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  10. Tempt Me Audiobook Tempt Me
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The Pocket Guide to Neuroscience for Clinicians Audiobook

The Pocket Guide to Neuroscience for Clinicians

Author: Louis Cozolino Narrator: Stephen Bel Davies Release Date: June 2020

A brief guide to the most important neuroscience concepts for all mental health professionals. Louis Cozolino helps clinicians to broaden their thinking and deepen their clinical toolbox through an understanding of neuroscience, brain development, epigenetics, and the role of attachment in brain development and behavior. The effective therapist must have knowledge of evolution and neuroanatomy, as well as the systems of our brains and how they work together to give rise to who we are, how we thrive, and why we suffer. This book will give clinicians all they need to understand the social brain, the developing brain, the executive brain, consciousness, attachment, trauma, memory, and the latest information about clinical assessment. Key figures and terms of neuroscience, along with numerous case examples, bring the material to life. Cozolino is one of the most gifted clinical writers on neuroscience, and his long-awaited pocket guide is a must-buy for any clinician working on the cutting edge of treatment.

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American Pandemic: The Lost Worlds Of The 1918 Influenza Epidemic Audiobook

American Pandemic: The Lost Worlds Of The 1918 Influenza Epidemic

Author: Nancy Bristow Narrator: Karen White Release Date: June 2020

Between the years 1918 and 1920, influenza raged around the globe in the worst pandemic in recorded history, killing at least fifty million people, more than half a million of them Americans. Yet despite the devastation, this catastrophic event seems but a forgotten moment in our nation's past. American Pandemic offers a much-needed corrective to the silence surrounding the influenza outbreak. It sheds light on the social and cultural history of Americans during the pandemic, uncovering both the causes of the nation's public amnesia and the depth of the quiet remembering that endured. Focused on the primary players in this drama-patients and their families, friends, and community, public health experts, and health care professionals-historian Nancy K. Bristow draws on multiple perspectives to highlight the complex interplay between social identity, cultural norms, memory, and the epidemic. Bristow has combed a wealth of primary sources, including letters, diaries, oral histories, memoirs, novels, newspapers, magazines, and government documents. She shows that though the pandemic caused massive disruption in the most basic patterns of American life, influenza did not create long-term social or cultural change, serving instead to reinforce the status quo and the differences and disparities that defined American life.

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Pandemic Aftermath: How Coronavirus Changes Global Society Audiobook

Pandemic Aftermath: How Coronavirus Changes Global Society

Author: Trond Undheim Narrator: Trond Undheim Release Date: June 2020

A tour the force of contemporary social science, written by a futurist at the forefront of technology and change. Pandemic Aftermath offers suggestions to remedy its consequences, or even enable segments of society to thrive on it. The first portion of the book is non-fiction. The second portion is a scenario-based novel, the book charts new territory by interweaving the grim reality of 2020 with a first-person exploration of the next decade as if we were already in it. 'The informative narrative is well-rounded and well-researched, and the conversational style is easily understood despite the technical jargon of the academic discourse.' -- US Review of Books 'Essential reading for anyone concerned about what that world will look like in the pandemic’s aftermath, and how to operate in today’s environment and survive it. […] -- D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review '[...] a read that provides a bounty of information and certainly a large dose of ‘food for thought.’' -- Feathered Quill Trond Arne Undheim is a futurist, speaker, entrepreneur and former director of MIT Startup Exchange, based outside of Boston. Trained as a social scientist with a career in technology and innovation, he is the CEO and cofounder of Yegii, a search engine for industry professionals, providing collective intelligence. Trond holds a PhD on the future of work and artificial intelligence and cognition. Undheim is the author of Leadership From Below (2008) and Disruption Games (2020). His next book will be on the future of technology.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Simplified: The Complete CBT Techniques and Tools for Managing Emotiona Audiobook

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Simplified: The Complete CBT Techniques and Tools for Managing Emotiona

Author: Dr. Dale Pheragh Narrator: Micheal Borge Release Date: June 2020

The CBT guide for Children and Adolescents gives you the resources to help the children in your life handle their daily obstacles with ease. Inside this workbook, you'll find hundreds of worksheets, exercises, and activities to help treat:  Emotional and anxiety disorder  Teenager CBT,  Treating Depression with CBT  Happiness and Addition recovery with CBT  CBT exercise  Cognitive distortion  Nine CBT Techniques and Tools …and more. The author wrote this book with decades of experience working with kids, teens, adults, and these practical and easy-to-use therapy tools are vital to teaching people how to cope with and overcome their deepest struggles with cognitive behavioral therapy with step-by-step instructions, and you'll see how the best strategies from cognitive behavioral therapy are adapted for children, teens, and adults.

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fMRI Audiobook

fMRI

Author: Peter A. Bandettini Narrator: Chris Sorensen Release Date: June 2020

The discovery of functional MRI (fMRI) methodology in 1991 was a breakthrough in neuroscience research. This non-invasive, relatively high-speed, and high sensitivity method of mapping human brain activity enabled observation of subtle localized changes in blood flow associated with brain activity. Thousands of scientists around the world have not only embraced fMRI as a new and powerful method that complemented their ongoing studies but have also gone on to redirect their research around this revolutionary technique. This volume in the MIT Press Essential Knowledge series offers an accessible introduction to the history, fundamental concepts, challenges, and controversies of fMRI, written by one of the pioneers in the field. Peter Bandettini covers the essentials of fMRI, providing insight and perspective from his nearly three decades of research. He describes other brain imaging and assessment methods; the sources of fMRI contrasts; the basic methodology, from hardware to pulse sequences; brain activation experiment design strategies; and data and image processing. A unique, standalone chapter addresses major controversies in the field, outlining twenty-six challenges that have helped shape fMRI research. Finally, Bandettini lays out the four essential pillars of fMRI: technology, methodology, interpretation, and applications.

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The Deadly Dinner Party: and Other Medical Detective Stories Audiobook

The Deadly Dinner Party: and Other Medical Detective Stories

Author: Jonathan A. Edlow Narrator: Joel Richards Release Date: June 2020

Picking up where Berton Roueche's The Medical Detectives left off, The Deadly Dinner Party presents fifteen edge-of-your-seat, real-life medical detective stories written by a practicing physician. Award-winning author Jonathan Edlow, MD, shows the doctor as detective and the epidemiologist as elite sleuth in stories that are as gripping as the best thrillers. In these stories a notorious stomach bug turns a suburban dinner party into a disaster that almost claims its host; a diminutive woman routinely eats more than her football-playing boyfriend but continually loses weight; a young executive is diagnosed with lung cancer, yet the tumors seem to wax and wane inexplicably. Written for the lay person who wishes to better grasp how doctors decipher the myriad clues and puzzling symptoms they often encounter, each story presents a very different case where doctors must work to find the accurate diagnosis before it is too late. Edlow uses his unique ability to relate complex medical concepts in a writing style that is clear, engaging and easily understandable. The resulting stories both entertain us and teach us much about medicine, its history and the subtle interactions among pathogens, humans, and the environment.

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Man Down: A Guide for Men on Mental Health Audiobook

Man Down: A Guide for Men on Mental Health

Author: Charlie Hoare Narrator: Mike Paul Release Date: June 2020

With personal experiences and insights, Man Down will improve your awareness of mental health and enable you to live a happier, healthier life. How often do you put on a 'coping' front, when in reality you're troubled with insecurities and anxieties? Do you find it difficult to open up about how you're feeling? You might be surprised to learn that you are not alone, and that many men find it challenging to talk about their worries. From tips on how to reach out, to advice on navigating mental health issues, this volume is full of guidance on how to look out for your well-being. Topics include: Anxiety and depression, Stress, Suicidal thoughts, Dealing with traditional gender expectations, Self-care and mindfulness methods, How to open up and where to seek help. "A great book on how men, how all of us, can connect through vulnerability and grow together." - RUSSELL BRAND Cover design by Ric Gray

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Still Not Safe: Patient Safety and the Middle-Managing of American Medicine Audiobook

Still Not Safe: Patient Safety and the Middle-Managing of American Medicine

Author: Kathleen M. Sutcliffe, Robert L. Wears Narrator: Mike Lenz Release Date: June 2020

Still Not Safe is the story of the rise of the patient-safety movement-and how an 'epidemic' of medical errors was derived from a reality that didn't support such a characterization. Physician Robert Wears and organizational theorist Kathleen Sutcliffe trace the origins of patient safety to the emergence of market trends that challenged the place of doctors in the larger medical ecosystem: the rise in medical litigation and physicians' aversion to risk; institutional changes in the organization and control of healthcare; and a bureaucratic movement to 'rationalize' medical practice-to make a hospital run like a factory. If these social factors challenged the place of practitioners, then the patient-safety movement provided a means for readjustment. In spite of relatively constant rates of medical errors in the preceding decades, the 'epidemic' was announced in 1999 with the publication of the Institute of Medicine report To Err Is Human; the reforms that followed came to be dominated by the very professions it set out to reform.

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Every Doctor: Healthier Doctors = Healthier Patients Audiobook

Every Doctor: Healthier Doctors = Healthier Patients

Author: Leanne Rowe, Michael Kidd Narrator: Olivia Konig Release Date: June 2020

Every Doctor is about thriving in medicine at a time of massive advances and changes in global health systems and medical services. The book is a must-read for doctors of all specialties at all stages of their careers wherever they practise in the world, because exemplary care of patients, peers, profession and self is a lifelong journey.

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Stopping Addictions Audiobook

Stopping Addictions

Author: Andrew Richardson Narrator: Andrew Richardson Release Date: June 2020

Addictions will weaken in their power when you find better ways to get your essential emotional needs met and understand clearly exactly how the brain manufactures and maintains psychological dependencies. In this download you will learn of the common causes of all addictions – be it illegal drugs, gambling or sex and even obsessive behaviours and dependencies. And you will see that there is a path out of the addiction and a return to emotional health and balance. And in this download you will see this path clearly and how to travel along that path and in so doing free yourself.

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On Epidemics: Spiritual Perspectives Audiobook

On Epidemics: Spiritual Perspectives

Author: Rudolf Steiner Narrator: Dale Brunsvold Release Date: June 2020

'If we can bring nothing up out of ourselves except fear of the illnesses which surround us at the seat of an epidemic, and if we go to sleep at night filled with nothing but thoughts of this fear, then we create unconscious replicas, imaginations, which are drenched in fear. And this is an excellent method for nurturing bacteria...' - Rudolf Steiner Based on brief, pithy quotations from Rudolf Steiner's collected works, the 'spiritual perspectives' in this volume present core concepts on the subject of epidemics. These brief extracts do not claim to provide exhaustive treatment of the subject, but open up approaches to the complexity of Steiner's extraordinary world of ideas. Some readers will find these fragments sufficient stimulus in themselves, whilst others will use the source references as signposts towards deeper study and understanding.

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Personale Sanitario In Tempi Di Pandemia.  Una Prospettiva Psicologica. Audiobook

Personale Sanitario In Tempi Di Pandemia. Una Prospettiva Psicologica.

Author: Juan Moisés De La Serna Narrator: Patrizia Barrera Release Date: June 2020

In seguito al successo del libro intitolato "Aspetti psicologici nei tempi della pandemia", in cui vengono affrontati temi relativi all' impatto del virus sulla vita dei cittadini dal punto di vista psicologico, e sulla base dell'espressa richiesta da parte dei lettori di un testo incentrato sul personale sanitario, ho deciso di scrivere questo libro.In seguito al successo del libro intitolato "Aspetti psicologici nei tempi della pandemia", in cui vengono affrontati temi relativi all' impatto del virus sulla vita dei cittadini dal punto di vista psicologico, e sulla base dell'espressa richiesta da parte dei lettori di un testo incentrato sul personale sanitario, ho deciso di scrivere questo libro. L'obiettivo è quello di offrire informazioni aggiornate sugli aspetti psicologici di quello che è stato descritto come il primo fronte di battaglia contro l'avanzata del virus dal punto di vista della psicologia scientifica, con precisi riferimenti alle ultime pubblicazioni a riguardo alla fine del libro. Una visione rigorosa e aggiornata sui contributi della scienza della psicologia espressa in modo accessibile a tutti, con l'obiettivo di aiutare a comprendere l'impatto emotivo di questa situazione nell'ambito del personale sanitario, nonché le sue conseguenze presenti e future. PUBLISHER: TEKTIME

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