Current Developments in Alexithymia – A Cognitive and Affective Deficit – New Book

Current developments in alexithymia – A cognitive and affective deficit”, is a book not only about review and summing up the current knowledge on alexithymia. It also stands out by itself as a step further on different alexithymia related issues that come to contribute to better elucidate the concept within the broader context of affect […]

The Man Brand: Why Public Campaigns Hide Half of Intimate Partner Violence – New Book

About the Author Jean Jaymes West, Ph.D. is a Professor of Marketing and Gender Studies at California State University-Bakersfield, and former director of the MBA Program at this institution. She received her Ph.D. in Advertising & Marketing from The University of Wisconsin-Madison, in Madison, WI. Dr. West is a nationally recognized marketing educator and researcher […]

Novel Approaches in Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management – New Book

Michail Chalaris is a Chemist, Ph.D., Fire Lieutenant Colonel. Proffesor(part-time) at Hellenic Fire Academy, Military Nursing Academy (SAN) and in MSc “Analysis and Management of Manmade and Natural Disasters” . Τutor at the National School Of Public Administration and Local Government (ESDDA) and a certified trainer by National Organization for the Certification of Qualifications & […]

Promoting Prosocial Behaviors in Children through Games and Play: Making Social Emotional Learning Fun – New Book

Renee Hawkins is an Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Ed.S. and Ph.D. School Psychology Programs at the University of Cincinnati. She is a Licensed Psychologist and Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Dr. Hawkins’ research focuses on identifying effective school-based interventions to promote positive academic and social emotional outcomes for children, including children with disabilities. Laura […]

Beef: Production and Management Practices – New Book

This book addresses important contexts in beef production: productive aspects, differentiated systems of production, and factors (feeding, age, genetic groups, management, gender) that interfere in the final quality of the meat supplied. It also approaches bovine farming in the socioeconomic context, including elements of production management itself, as well as discussing the operation of mechanisms […]

Beta-Blockers: Physiological, Pharmacological and Therapeutic Implications – New Book

Dr. John Richards is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of California, Davis Medical Center, a Level I trauma and tertiary care center serving Central and Northern California. His research interests include the treatment of acute toxicity from drugs of abuse, specifically cocaine, amphetamine derivatives such as methamphetamine and MDMA (Ecstasy), cannabis, opioids, […]

Single-Parenting in the 21st Century: Perceptions, Issues and Implications – Upcoming Book

Dr Thomas K. Babalis is Associate Professor in the Department of Primary Education at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (N.K.U.A.), Greece and currently the Chair of the Faculty. His research interests concentrate on classroom and school climate, quality and effectiveness in school, innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship, social and emotional learning, school-family communication, teaching and […]

Between Success and Failure: Assessment of Aspirations and Risk – Upcoming Book

In the current book, Roland Paulauskas presents the analysis of motivational and behavioral economic theories of the level of aspirations and risk taking behavior. The author proposes a dynamic/multiple reference point decision making model that distinguishes three qualitative phases of the choosing process in the level of aspirations situations. Contrary to some of the behavioral […]

Environmental Variations in the North Atlantic in Response to Quaternary Glaciations – Upcoming Book

Millennial-scale climate variability occurred, in the North Atlantic region, during interglacial and glacial periods along the Quaternary. These climate oscillations were of wider amplitude (> 5 ºC) at glacial onsets and at deglaciations. All deglaciations during the Quaternary produced pronounced cooling events that were the result of major reorganizations of the North Atlantic circulation. Such […]