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Behavioral assessment of childhood disorders / by Mash, Eric J.(SAGE)1651684;
Includes bibliographies and index.
Subjects: Mental illness; Behavioral assessment of children; Psychodiagnostics.;
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Assessment of disorders in childhood and adolescence / by Youngstrom, Eric Arden,editor.; Prinstein, Mitchell J.,1970-(DLC)n 2003100380editor.; Mash, Eric J.,(DLC)n 50043656editor.; Barkley, Russell A.,1949-(DLC)n 81016349editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and indexes."Now in an its fifth edition, this leading text and clinical guide offers best-practice recommendations for assessing a comprehensive array of child and adolescent mental health problems and health risks. Leading authorities provide an overview of each disorder and describe methods and procedures that take into account the developmental, biological, familial, and cultural contexts of children's problems and that can inform sound clinical decision making. The fifth edition has been thoroughly updated with the growing knowledge base on child and family disorders and evidence-based assessment"--
Subjects: Behavior disorders in children; Behavior therapy for children.; Affective disorders in children; Child psychopathology.; Child psychotherapy.; Behavioral assessment of children.;
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Abnormal Child Psychology. by Mash, Eric J.; Wolfe, David A.(David Allen),1951-;
Includes Study resources, glossary, references, name and subject indexes.
Subjects: Child psychopathology.; Child psychiatry.;
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The Serial Killer Cookbook : True Crime Trivia and Disturbingly Delicious Last Meals from Death Row's Most Infamous Killers and Murderers. by Lecker, Ashley.;
Intro -- Title Page -- Dedication -- Introduction -- A Bit about Last Meals -- A Bit about This Cookbook -- A Bit about the Trivia -- Last Meal Recipes -- Stephen Wayne Anderson -- Grilled Cheese -- Joe Arridy -- No-Churn Vanilla Ice Cream -- Odell Barnes -- Easy Homemade Dinner Rolls -- Lemon and Olive Oil-Infused Butter -- William Bonin -- No-Churn Chocolate Ice Cream -- Lawrence Russell Brewer -- Chicken-Fried Steak with Gravy and Onions -- Robert Anthony Buell -- Single-Olive Tapenade -- Ted Bundy -- Seared Steak -- Alton Coleman -- Biscuits and Sausage Gravy -- Green Onion and Peppercorn Drop Biscuits -- Francis Crowley -- A Bowl of Melted Ice Cream -- Allen Lee Davis -- Baked Herb-Butter Garlic Bread -- John David Duty -- Cherry Limeade -- Mona Fandey (Nur Maznah Binti Ismail) -- Coleslaw -- Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck -- Caramelized Onion and Cheese Omelet -- John Wayne Gacy -- Crispy Fried Chicken -- Deep-Fried Shrimp -- Gustavo Julian Garcia -- Creamy One-Pot Mac and Cheese -- Ronnie Lee Gardner -- Apple Pie -- Thomas J. Grasso -- Homemade Spaghetti-Oh's -- Fritz Haarmann -- Double-Chocolate Coffee Pudding -- Bruno Richard Hauptmann -- Crudités Platter with Herb-Dill Dip -- Peter Kürten -- Fried Potatoes and Onions -- Homemade German Schnitzel -- Timothy McVeigh -- Mint Chip Ice Cream -- Eric Nance -- Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Chocolate Chip Ice Cream -- Charles Peace -- Oven-Baked Bacon -- Ricky Ray Rector -- Pecan Pie -- Danny Rolling -- No-Bake Strawberry Cheesecake -- Classic Southern Sweet Tea -- Michael Bruce Ross -- Chicken à la King -- Gary Carl Simmons, Jr. -- No-Churn Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream -- Strawberry Milkshakes -- Perry Smith and Richard Hickock -- Homemade French Fries -- Ruth Snyder -- Chicken Parmesan with Fettuccine Alfredo -- Gerald Stano -- Salt-Crusted Baked Potato -- Charles Starkweather.Cold-Cut Sandwiches -- Pablo Lucio Vasquez -- Butterscotch Brownies -- Homemade Fruit Punch -- Coy Wayne Wesbrook -- Buttery Garlic Green Beans -- Herb-Baked Chicken Quarters -- Creamy Mashed Potatoes -- Hastings Arthur Wise -- Individual Banana Puddings -- Bobby Wayne Woods -- Chocolate Layer Cake -- Philip Workman -- Veggie Pizza -- Eric Wrinkles -- Thick Pan-Seared Pork Chops -- Hearty Mixed Greens Chopped Salad -- Homemade Buttermilk Ranch Dressing -- Aileen Wuornos -- Hamburgers -- Conclusion -- Conversions -- Acknowledgments -- About the Author -- Recipe Index -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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The library instruction cookbook / by Sittler, Ryan L.(SAGE)1593114; Cook, Douglas,1951-(SAGE)1595439;
INTRODUCTION. Avoiding a recipe for disaster: skirting bad instruction / Ryan L. Sittler -- LIBRARY ORIENTATION. Whipping up an appetite for academic journals / Jacqui Weetman DaCosta -- READ posters: a favorite mezze with a Middle Eastern flavor / Nancy Fawley -- An eight-course library meal / Alison Gregory -- Basic appetizers with a twist / Cindy Gruwell -- So, you've visited the library for instruction before? Prove it! / Lauren Jensen -- Book 'em! / Lilia Murray -- Einstein's universe / Robert Schroeder -- Ethnographers for an hour / Nancy Noe -- The librarian, the web, and the wardrobe: the library homepage as a portal to librarnia / Emaly Conerly and Kelli Williams -- Library BINGO! / Katherine O'Clair -- LC face-off / Jackie AlSaffar -- Stone soup / Jennifer Hughes ...[et al.] -- Get connected: a challenge board game / Denise Pan -- Orientation happytizer: the library welcomes new freshmen / Jenny Horton -- Tailgate @ the library (everything's INSIDE the library) / Nancy Noe -- BASIC LIBRARY SKILLS. Boolean Simon says / Janine Odlevak -- Boolean a la Chinese menu / Sara Rofofsky Marcus -- Catalogs, databases, and firefighters! Oh my! / Michelle Price -- The coffee can appetizer / Virginia L. Cairns -- Database cafe / Lai Kei Pang and Musarrat Begum -- Krafting keywords from topics / Justine Martin -- Keyword reduction sauce / Robert S. Nelson -- Taming the taboo / Jason Dupree -- Why won't the database answer my question? / Lyda Ellis -- Chocolate upside-down research process / Mary Francis -- Parsley, sage, rosemary, and find: a five-course banquet / Carol Howe -- They are already experts / Sara Miller -- Sauté your own search interface / Shannon Pritting and Karen Shockey -- Whet their appetites: a warm-up appetizer / Jenifer Sigafoes Phelan -- On the campaign trail: parboiling popular presidential pundits / Beth E. Tumbleson -- CITATIONS AND PLAGIARISM. Broken citations: recreating a bibliography / Smita Avasthi -- Bibliographic barbecue / Cassandra Jackson -- Citation station deluxe / Catherine Johnson -- Bib salad: finding the full text of the sources they cited / Stephanie Rosenblatt -- Sugar and spice and how to cite nice / Elaine Kushmaul and Steven Osler -- Plagiarism happens: don't let it happen to you / Elaine Kushmaul and Steven Osler -- EVALUATING VARIOUS TYPES OF RESOURCES. Wikipedia v. Google v. the library: who's your research superchef? / Carrie Donovan and Rachel M. Slough -- Google vs. academic search premier: the evaluation challenge / Andrea Falcone -- To Google or not to Google: that is the question! (a Wiki can help you decide) / Carolyn Meier -- Wikipedia: appetizer of choice! / Sara R. Seely -- I once touched an elephant's trunk: where do primary sources end and secondary sources begin? / Bonnie Imler -- Meet the presidents: an introduction to primary and secondary sources / Amanda Nash -- Sardines or salmon? What's the difference? / Jason Dupree -- Grilled, choice-cut periodical strips (with evaluation sauce) / Oliver Zeff -- Snap or clap: scholarly or popular? / Lorin Fisher -- Internet taste-test: evaluating websites / Amanda K. Izenstark and Mary C. MacDonald -- Not all web sites smell bad--infusing the Internet with the essence of evaluation / Allison Carr -- Cable cook-off: learning to evaluate web sites / Christina Chester-Fangman -- Lettuce help you separate the wheat from the chaff! A healthy approach to using the web effectively / Nigel Morgan and Linda Davies -- The art of choosing the very best ingredients--website evaluation 101 / Vivian Milczarski and Jacqueline Ryan -- SPECIALIZED RESEARCH SKILLS. Cooking with the past: a hands-on approach to interpreting primary sources / James Gerencser and Malinda Triller -- Annotated bibliographies: the good, the bad, and the-- tasty? / Sara R. Seely -- "X" marks the spot: using concept maps to find hidden treasures / Emaly Conerly and Kelli Williams -- Cooking up concept maps / Abigail Hawkins, Jennifer Fabbi, and Paula McMillen -- Database du jour / Theresa Westbrock -- Developing a taste for government documents / Lauren Jensen and Lynn Daw -- A scoop of new with a dash of review! Using bibliographic management software / Dee Bozeman -- Eating forbidden fruit: censorship, intellectual freedom, and banned books / Nicole A. Cooke -- Research your way past writer's block / Melissa Bowles-Terry and Merinda Hensley -- Haiku, self-reflection, and the research process / Thomas Scott Duke and Jennifer Diane Ward -- The sous chef takes center stage: using experienced students to teach their classmates / Veronica Arellano -- Pineapple upside-down cake: deconstructed literature review with small groups / Yvonne Nalani Meulemans -- Can I do the "ghosts of Gettysburg" for my paper? / Doug Cook -- How did the Civil Rights movement prompt the anti-war movement during the Vietnam era? / Danelle Moon and Nyle Monday -- Discovering the value of reference sources / Shireen Deboo -- DISCIPLINE RELATED RESEARCH. The art of database searching / Dawn Eckenrode -- "I just need one more piece of business information!" / Aaron W. Dobbs -- MeShed potatoes and gravy / Alice L. Daugherty and Michael F. Russo -- Garnishing literacy instruction with Google / Cynthia Crosser -- Whipping up the "why" paper: inquiry into diverse perspectives / Jennifer Fabbi, Paula McMillen, and Abigail Hawkins -- Alphabet soup: using children's literature databases to plan lessons on letters of the alphabet / Kelly Heider -- Now I know my ABC's (of children's literature) / Sara Holder -- Utilizing (bridge) failure to ensure information literacy success / Eric Resnis -- Undergraduate English potpourri: peer teaching of periodical indexes / Robin Bergart -- Digging for information artifacts / Melissa Becher -- Fact check au jus / Michael F. Russo and Alice L. Daugherty -- Beaten and whipped bias / Monique Delatte -- Picking the right search ingredients: brainstorming and evaluating keywords in an upper-level psychology course / Veronica Arellano -- Chewing over cultures: learning about new languages and cultures / Suzanne Bernsten and Mary LaVigne -- Emergency preparedness drill with dessert / Anne Marie Gruber -- Armchair analysis: filleting fictional afflictions à la psychINFO / Melissa Mallon -- Brewing literacy in the chemistry lab: introducing SciFinder Scholar / Ignacio J. Ferrer-Vinent -- Cited reference searching: who is citing my professor? / Sara Penhale -- Close encounters of the IL kind / Ryan Sittler -- Does the library have any books about women? Finding and evaluating sources about female movers and shakers in the United States / Sharon Ladenson -- Mashing media mentions of scientific studies: tracing newspaper articles back to their sources / Julie Gilbert -- TECHNOLOGY. Blogging: creating an online community / Karla M. Schmit, Anne Behler, and Emily Rimland -- Company research: a "clicker" way to do it / Karen Anello and Mia Kirstien -- The cite is right! A game show about academic integrity / Laura Braunstein -- Do-it-yourself library basics / Amelia Brunskill -- Clicker crudité / Jenifer Sigafoes Phelan -- Carmelizing classroom community with clickers / Krista Prock and William Jefferson -- Linking citations to the virtual world: folding facebook into scholarship / Deborah Hicks and Virginia Pow -- Assessment à la mode: online survey / Jenifer Sigafoes Phelan -- Toasting tags and cubing keywords with Flickr photos: Flickr keywording/tagging exercise / Nancy Noe -- QuickWiki: constructing a collaborative cassoulet / Laura Braunstein -- Whipping up webcasts / Lisa Gieskes.
Subjects: Library orientation for college students;
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