Aaron M. Kuntz, “The Responsible Methodologist: Inquiry, Truth-Telling, and Social Justice”
Napoleon Hill, Don Green (Introduction), Robertson Dean (Narrator), “How to Own Your Own Mind”
Compositionality and Concepts in Linguistics and Psychology (Language, Cognition, and Mind) by James A. Hampton
Alan Briggs, “Everyone’s a Genius: Unleashing Creativity for the Sake of the World”
Nina Josefowitz PhD, Dr David Myran MD, “CBT Made Simple: A Practical Guide to Learning Cognitive Behavioral Therapy”
?Aaron M. Kuntz, “The Responsible Methodologist: Inquiry, Truth-Telling, and Social Justice”
2015 | ISBN-10: 1611323681, 161132369X | 158 pages | PDF | 1 MB
What does it mean to be a responsible methodologist? Certainly it is more than being a research middle-manager who ensures that the tools used in a thesis or dissertation are of the right gauge. In The Responsible Methodologist, leading education scholar Aaron Kuntz uses the latest movements in social theory to challenge qualitative researchers to reconceptualize their work away from the technocratic toward an intervention, an ethical disruption of the norm, an activist stance toward progressive social change. Inviting creativity and vision, he insists that the responsible methodologist become a force leading the discourse toward social justice. His book-challenges the technocratic role given to qualitative methodologists in university settings;-urges them to become a force for change through Foucault’s parrhesia, risky truth-telling;-includes research projects that have incorporated this vision.
?Napoleon Hill, Don Green (Introduction), Robertson Dean (Narrator), “How to Own Your Own Mind”
ASIN: B075FX67NW, ISBN: 1538433745 | 2017 | MP3@64 kbps | ~07:45:00 | 220 MB
Locked in a vault since 1941, here is Napoleon Hill’s definitive lesson on how to organize your thinking to attain success!
In How to Own Your Own Mind, you receive a one-of-a-kind master class in how to think for success from motivational pioneer and author of Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill. In three compelling chapters, Hill demonstrates how to organize, prioritize, and act on information so it translates into opportunity.
Knowledge is not power. Only applied knowledge is power. This book teaches you how to use what you know, and how to know what’s worth knowing.
?Compositionality and Concepts in Linguistics and Psychology (Language, Cognition, and Mind) by James A. Hampton
English | 18 Oct. 2017 | ISBN: 3319459759 | 348 Pages | EPUB | 1.75 MB
By highlighting relations between experimental and theoretical work, this volume explores new ways of addressing one of the central challenges in the study of language and cognition. The articles bring together work by leading scholars and younger researchers in psychology, linguistics and philosophy. An introductory chapter lays out the background on concept composition, a problem that is stimulating much new research in cognitive science. Researchers in this interdisciplinary domain aim to explain how meanings of complex expressions are derived from simple lexical concepts and to show how these meanings connect to concept representations. Traditionally, much of the work on concept composition has been carried out within separate disciplines, where cognitive psychologists have concentrated on concept representations, and linguists and philosophers have focused on the meaning and use of logical operators. This volume demonstrates an important change in this situation, where convergence points between these three disciplines in cognitive science are emerging and are leading to new findings and theoretical insights.
?Alan Briggs, “Everyone’s a Genius: Unleashing Creativity for the Sake of the World”
ISBN: 0718042530 | 2017 | EPUB | 224 pages | 1 MB
Believe it or not, everyone’s a genius at something. We just need to uncover and release it for the sake of the world.
Every member of your church comes with a unique set of God-given skills and talents. As a church leader, you have the weighty task of uncovering and validating them. Your challenge is to help your members identify and unleash their gifts to bring glory to God. But in our selfie-focused society, this task can feel overwhelming.
God doesn’t see two groups: his gifted children and the rest of us. He didn’t give the Great Commission only to the extremely talented—musicians, writers, artists, pastors, and church staff. He gave it to all of us. To each of us. So, how do we help our members find their “sweet spots” of service in the kingdom?
In Everyone’s a Genius, author, pastor, and leadership consultant Alan Briggs, shares his belief that bringing out the abilities of often overlooked Christians—those whose unique skill sets are not as easily identifiable—remains a key component that will determine the church’s impact in this and coming generations. This is an inspiring look at how we can more effectively motivate Christians to leverage their personal abilities for Christ.
The truth is, reading this book is risky! It can change how you see every person you’re leading. It can make you see your community differently. It can help you find gifts within your church family that will surprise you. It can also unlock something within you that you never knew mattered to God. It can expand your vision of the world, deepen your appreciation for “the least of these,” and refocus the mission of your church.
Perhaps God will use this book to take you on a journey toward a more appropriate theology of creativity. Yes, it’s a risk, but a risk we simply must take to impact the world for Jesus.
Are you in?
?Nina Josefowitz PhD, Dr David Myran MD, “CBT Made Simple: A Practical Guide to Learning Cognitive Behavioral Therapy”
2017 | ISBN-10: 1626258503 | 256 pages | PDF | 10 MB
In CBT Made Simple, two psychologists and experts in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) offer the ultimate manual based on the principles of effective adult learning. Structured around these evidence-based principles, this user-friendly guide will help you learn CBT and deliver it to your clients in the most optimal way.
CBT is a popular and proven-effective treatment for several mental health disorders, including anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and anger problems. However, there are no evidence-based learning techniques to teach it; until now. This simple, pragmatic guide offers everything you need to know about CBT: what it is, how it works, and how to implement it in session.
CBT Made Simple provides a user-friendly, practical approach to learning CBT using up-to-the-minute teaching methods and learning; in particular, the effective adult learning model, which promotes interactive learning, experiential learning, and self-reflection. Each chapter presents key elements of CBT in clear, accessible language, and includes client; including explanations of the therapist’s thinking process in relation to various interventions; and clinical examples. Practical exercises are incorporated throughout, enabling you to practice and consolidate your learning. In addition, each chapter mimics the structure of an actual CBT session.
If you are a clinician or student interested in learning more about CBT, this book; a new addition to the New Harbinger Made Simple series that includes ACT Made Simple and DBT Made Simple has everything you need to hit the ground running. Why not make it a part of your professional library?