(BQ) Part 1 book "BRS Behavioral science" presents the following contents: The beginning of life - Pregnancy through preschool; school age, adolescence, special issues of development, and adulthood; aging, death and bereavement; genetics, anatomy and biochemistry of behavior; biological assessment of patients with psychiatric symptoms;... and other contents.
(BQ) Part 2 book "BRS Behavioral science" presents the following contents: Anxiety disorders, somatoform disorders and related conditions; cognitive, personality, dissociative and eating disorders; psychiatric disorders in children, biologic therapies psychopharmacology,... and other contents.
(BQ) Part 1 book "High-Yield behavioral science" presents the following contents: Child development, adolescence and adulthood; aging, death and bereavement; psychodynamic theory and defense mechanisms, learning theory and behavioral medicine, substance related disorders, sleep, the genetics of behavior, behavioral neuroanatomy and neurochemistry, psychopharmacology, schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders.
(BQ) Part 2 book "High-Yield behavioral science" presents the following contents: Mood disorders, cognitive disorders, other psychiatric disorders, suicide, the family, culture and illness, sexuality, legal and ethical issues in medical practice, epidemiology, statistical analyses.
Behavioral science is an extremely high-yield, yet often overlooked, subject on the
USMLE Step 1. Understanding important behavioral science concepts and being able
to apply them to test questions can significantly increase your score. Deja Review:
Behavioral Sciences is the perfect format to study behavioral science material; it helps
you rapidly review material you know as well as fill-in gaps in your knowledge.
When sitting in statistics classes or when trying to read and understand
statistical material, too many otherwise intelligent and capable students and
researchers feel dumb. This book is intended as an antidote. It is designed to
make you feel smart and competent. Its approach is conservative in that it
attempts to identify and present the essentials of data analysis as developed by
statisticians over the last two or three centuries.
Learning behavioral science is an important part of becoming physicians.More and
more, professional and accrediting organizations are explicitly endorsing the necessity
of physicians being skilled and well trained in these areas.
Essentials of Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences distills the overwhelming amount of material covered in introductory statistics courses into a handy, practical resource for students and professionals. This accessible guide covers basic to advanced concepts in a clear, concrete, and readable style.
Essentials of Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences guides you to a better understanding of basic concepts of statistical methods. Numerous practical tips are presented for selecting appropriate statistical procedures.
It seems like only a few short months since we co-edited The
Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology and Behavioral Science.
We have now compiled the materials for the “Concise” edi-
tion of these volumes. In this edition, we have asked previ-
ous authors to update their material to reﬂect the most re-
cent ideas and research ﬁndings on their topics. This edition
also contains new entries because the ﬁelds of psychology
and neuroscience continue to ﬂourish.
In the Essentials of Behavioral Science series, our goal is to provide readers with
books that will deliver key practical information in an efficient, accessible style.
The series features books on a variety of topics, such as statistics, psychological
testing, and research design and methodology, to name just a few. For the experienced
professional, books in the series offer a concise yet thorough review of
a specific area of expertise, including numerous tips for best practices.
Listed alphabetically by program title are 777 fellowships, traineeships,
forgivable loans, and awards that support structured and unstructured
study or training in the social and behavioral sciences on the graduate
level in the United States.
Forty years ago there was hardly a ﬁeld called ‘behavioral sciences’. In fact, psychology largely
was the behavioral sciences, with some help from group theory in sociology and decision-
making in economics. Now, of course, psychology has expanded and developed in a myriad
of ways, to the point where ‘behavioral sciences’ is often the more useful term. Physiological
psychology has become neuroscience, covering areas not previously part of psychology.
Decision-making has become decision science, involving people from economics, marketing,
and other disciplines.
With this fi rst edition of First Aid for the Basic Sciences: General Principles, we
continue our commitment to providing students with the most useful and upto-
date preparation guides for the USMLE Step 1. Both this text and its companion,
First Aid for the Basic Sciences: Organ Systems, are designed to fi ll
the need for a high-quality, in-depth, conceptually driven study guide for Step
1 of the USMLE. They are designed to be used either alone, or in conjunction
with the original First Aid for the USMLE Step 1.
Almost all research in the social and behavioral sciences, and also in eco
nomic and marketing research, criminological research, and social medical
research deals with the analysis of categorical data. Categorical data are
quantified as either nominal or ordinal variables. This volume is a collec
tion of up-to-date studies on modern categorical data analysis methods,
emphasizing their application to relevant and interesting data sets.
Statistical methods for survival data analysis have continued to flourish in the
last two decades. Applications of the methods have been widened from their
historical use in cancer and reliability research to business, criminology,
epidemiology, and social and behavioral sciences. The third edition of Statistical
Methods for Survival Data Analysis is intended to provide a comprehensive
introduction of the most commonly used methods for analyzing survival data.
It begins with basic definitions and interpretations of survival functions....
This is a radical book.
It was radical when it was published in 1910, and it is radical today.
When I first read The Science of Being Well, I thought, OF COURSE!
This is brilliant! Everyone should read this book! You may have a similar reaction
to this book if youve read Mr. Wattles first book, The Science of Getting
Rich, or if you believe that both thought and behavior affect health.
Humans (Homo sapiens), the only living members of the genus Homo, are mammals of the primate order originally from Africa, where they reached anatomical modernity about 200,000 years ago and began to exhibit full behavioral modernity around 50,000 years ago.
The human lineage diverged from its last common ancestor with the chimpanzee some 5 million years ago in Africa, evolving into the Australopithecines and eventually the genus Homo.
Materials are important to mankind because of the benefits that can be derived from the manipulation of their properties, for example electrical conductivity, dielectric constant, magnetization, optical transmittance, strength and toughness. Materials science is a broad field and can be considered to be an interdisciplinary area. Included within it are the studies of the structure and properties of any material, the creation of new types of materials, and the manipulation of a material's properties to suit the needs of a specific application....