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  • An Introduction to Business, Tom Duening, Univ. of Colorado,
    Colorado Springs, 8/28/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-190-5
  • Principles of Accounting Vol. 1, Bridgepoint Education, Inc. ISBN: 978-1-62178-026-7
    Principles of Accounting Vol. 2, Bridgepoint Education, Inc. ISBN: 978-1-62178-028-1
    Managerial Accounting: Decision Making for the Service and Manufacturing Sectors,
    Arnold Schneider, Georgia Institute of Technology ISBN: 978-1-62178-034-2
  • Principles of Macroeconomics, Ryan Amacher, Univ. of Texas at Arlington, Jennifer Pate, Loyola Marymount Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-049-6
    Principles of Microeconomics, Ryan Amacher, Univ. of Texas at Arlington, Jennifer Pate, Loyola Marymount Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-057-1
    Managerial Economics, Evan J. Douglas, Griffith Business School ISBN: 978-0-9859701-9-2
  • Essentials of Finance, John Byrd, Univ. of Colorado, Denver, Kent Hickman, Gonzaga Univ., Matthew McPherson, Gonzaga Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-065-6
    Managerial Finance, John Byrd, Univ. of Colorado, Denver, Kent Hickman, Gonzaga Univ., Matthew McPherson, Gonzaga Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-059-5
    An Introduction to Financial Documents, Lita Epstein, MBA, 5/1/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-135-6
  • Human Resource Management, Carolyn Youssef, Bellevue Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-56-2
    Strategic Human Resource Management, Carolyn Youssef, Bellevue Univ., Ernie Stark, Rochester Institute of Technology ISBN: 978-1-62178-133-2
    Employee Training, David Kopp, Barry Univ., 10/30/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-173-8
    Employee and Labor Relations, Gwen Seaquist, Ithaca College, 11/27/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-181-3
  • The Five Functions of Effective Management 2e, Donald Baack, Pittsburg State Univ., Michael Reilly, Ashford Univ., Charlie Minnick, Ashford Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-22-7
    Introduction to Business Ethics, Jim Fieser, Univ. of Tennessee, Martin, Alex Moseley ISBN: 978-1-935966-72-2
    Management Communication, Donald Baack, Pittsburg State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-86-9
    Organizational Behavior, Donald Baack, Pittsburg State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-96-8
    Organizational Change, Joseph W. Weiss, Bentley Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-64-7
    Organizational Development: An Action Research Approach, Laura Bierema, Univ. of Georgia, 7/31/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-155-4
    Essentials of Business Law, Suzy Rogers, Univ. of Wisconsin, River Falls ISBN: 978-1-62178-032-8
    Statistics for Managers, David Tanner, Fresno State Univ., Carolyn Youssef-Morgan, Bellevue Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-100-4
    An Introduction to Leadership, Joseph W. Weiss, Bentley Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-26-5
    Leadership for Today and the Future, Manuel London, SUNY Stony Brook, Edward Mone, SUNY Stony Brook ISBN: 978-1-935966-78-4
    Strategic Management for Organizations, Stanley Abraham, California State Polytechnic, Pomona ISBN: 978-1-62178-071-7
    Business Law for Managers, Gwen Seaquist, Ithaca College ISBN: 978-1-62178-036-6
    Operations Management, Mark A. Vonderembse, Univ. of Toledo, Gregory P. White, Southern Illinois Univ., Carbondale ISBN: 978-0-9859701-5-4
    Business Research Methods and Tools, R. Eric Landrum, Boise State Univ., 6/26/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-147-9
  • Principles of Marketing, Sarah White, Sarah White Marketing ISBN: 978-1-62178-004-5
    Managerial Marketing, James Finch, Univ. of Wisconsin, La Crosse ISBN: 978-1-62178-008-3
    Utilizing a Strategic Marketing Approach to Managing Marketing Communications, James R. Ogden, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Kutztown, Denise T. Ogden, Penn State, Lehigh Valley, 3/27/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-550-7
  • Cultural Anthropology, Richley Crapo, Utah State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-079-3
  • Intentional Learning for College Success, Christine Johnston, Rowan Univ., Emerita ISBN: 978-0-9841823-2-9
  • Introduction to Human Communication, Jennifer Waldeck, Chapman Univ., 10/30/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-192-9
    Making Connections: Understanding Interpersonal Communication 2e, Jennifer Bevan, Chapman Univ., Kathy Sole, Ashford Univ., 5/29/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-128-8
    Persuasion as Social Science, Robert Magee, Virginia Tech Univ., 10/2/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-151-6
    Communication in Organizations, Gary L. Kreps, George Mason Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-46-3
    Group Behavior in Organizations, Susan Losh, Florida State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-30-2
    Visual Literacy: Learning to See, William Ryan, Univ. of Oregon ISBN: 978-1-935966-94-4
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice, John Wright, Univ. of Cincinnati ISBN: 978-1-62178-030-4
    Crime and Society, Kimberly Collica, Berkeley College, Gennifer Furst, William Paterson Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-022-9
    Social and Criminal Justice in Moral Perspective, Christopher Dreisbach, Johns Hopkins Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-055-7
    Criminal Psychology, Matt DeLisi, Iowa State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-045-8
    Crime Prevention, Matthew B. Robinson, Appalachian State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-053-3
    Introduction to Juvenile Justice, Shelley Johnson Listwan, Kent State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-061-8
    Introduction to Criminal Law and Procedure, Roger Wright, Univ. of Cincinnati ISBN: 978-0-9859701-6-1
    Introductory Forensic Science, R. E. Gaensslen, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago, Karl A. Larsen, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago ISBN: 978-1-62178-063-2
    Corrections: An Introduction, Stan Stojkovic, Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Rich Lovell, Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee ISBN: 978-1-62178-073-1
    Social and Criminal Justice: A Capstone, Deborah Mitchell Robinson, Valdosta State Univ., R. Eric Landrum, Boise State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-075-5
  • Essentials of College Writing 2e, Christine M. Connell, Univ. of California, Irvine, Kathy Sole, Ashford Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-087-8
    Writing College Research Papers 2e, Eric Drown,Kathy Sole, Ashford Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-586-6
    Intermediate Composition, Christine M. Connell,Univ. of California, Irvine, 10/30/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-171-4
    Composition: A Handbook, Christine M. Connell,Univ. of California, Irvine, Kathy Sole, Ashford Univ., Eric Drown, 10/2/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-188-2
    Journey into Literature 2e, R. Wayne Clugston, Ashford Univ.,6/26/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-153-0
    Film: From Watching to Seeing 2e Bill Goodykoontz, The AZ Republic, Christopher P. Jacobs, Univ. of North Dakota, 8/28/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-165-3
  • World History: The Human Experience to 1500, Farid Mahdavi, San Diego State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-88-3
    World History: The Human Experience from 1500, Trever E. Getz, San Francisco State Univ., Jonathan E. Brooke, William Carey Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-98-2
    The American Story: Perspectives and Encounters to 1865, Mary Stockwell, Lourdes Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-006-9
    American History: 1865 Present: End of Isolation, Mark Bowles, American Military Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-18-0
    Twentieth-Century Europe, Adrian Shubert, York Univ., Robert Justin Goldstein, Oakland Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-54-8
    Science and Culture Throughout History, Mark Bowles, American Military Univ., Barbara Kaplan, Univ. of Maryland ISBN: 978-1-935966-76-0
  • Understanding Philosophy 2e, Kurt Mosser, Univ. of Dayton ISBN: 978-1-62178-116-5
    Ethics and Social Responsibility 2e, Kurt Mosser, Univ. of Dayton ISBN: 978-1-62178-588-0
    Logic: An Introduction, Kurt Mosser, Univ. of Dayton ISBN: 978-1-9359660-6-7
  • American Government, Oren M. Levin-Waldman, Metropolitan College of New York ISBN: 978-1-62178-002-1
    Constitutional Law, Gregg Ivers, American Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-089-2
    The Policy Game: Understanding U.S. Public Policy Making, Stella Z. Theodoulou, California State Univ., Northridge, Chris Kofinis ISBN: 978-1-62178-047-2
    Environmental Policy, Lisa Dale, Univ. of Denver ISBN: 978-1-935966-60-9
    Global Socioeconomic Perspectives, Terrence Bensel, Allegheny College, Lisa Dale, Univ. of Denver, Michael Maniates, Allegheny College ISBN: 978-1-935966-70-8
  • Psychology: The Human Puzzle, Guy R. Lefrançois, Univ. of Alberta ISBN: 978-1-935966-24-1
    History of Psychology, Thomas Hardy Leahey, Virginia Commonwealth Univ.,Scott Greer, Univ. of Prince Edward Island, Guy R. Lefrançois, Univ. of Alberta, Thomas W. Reiner, Troy Univ., James L. Spencer, West Virginia State Univ., Ian E. Wickramasekera II, Univ. of the Rockies, Eric K. Willmarth, Saybrook Univ., 3/27/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-568-2
    Social Psychology, Jennifer Feenstra, Northwestern College ISBN: 978-1-62178-578-1
    Psychology of Learning, David A. Lieberman, Univ. of Stirling ISBN: 978-1-935966-74-6
    Child and Adolescent Development, Ronald A. Mossler, Los Angeles Valley College ISBN: 978-1-935966-28-9
    Lifespan Development, Michael Shriner, Northcentral Univ., Bethane Shriner, Univ. of Wisconsin, Stout, 10/2/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-169-1
    Abnormal Psychology, DSM-5 Updated Edition, Andrew R. Getzfeld, New Jersey City Univ., Steven Schwartz, Macquarie Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-68-5
    Biological Basis of Behavior 2e, Josephine F. Wilson, Wright State Univ., Wittenberg Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-103-5
    Research Methods in Psychology, Matt Newman, Arizona State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-48-7
    Statistics for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, David Tanner, California State Univ., Fresno ISBN: 978-1-935966-40-1
    Adult Development and Learning, Ronald A. Mossler, Los Angeles Valley College ISBN: 978-1-62178-576-7
    Adult Development and Aging, Mary Ziegler, Univ. of Tennessee, 5/1/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-141-7
    Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy, Christopher J. McCarthy, Univ. of Texas, Austin, James J. Archer, Univ. of Florida ISBN: 978-1-62178-105-9
    Theories of Personality, Jeffrey J. Magnavita ISBN: 978-1-935966-66-1
    Personality: A Scientific Approach, Len Lecci, Univ. of North Carolina, Wilmington, Jeffrey J. Magnavita ISBN: 978-1-62178-111-0
    Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Carolyn Youssef, Bellevue Univ., Andrew Noon ISBN: 978-1-935966-80-7
    Applied Project: Capstone in Psychology, R. Eric Landrum, Boise State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-84-5
    Dissertation Planning Guide, Keri L. Heitner, Univ. of Rockies, Kenneth C. Sherman, Univ. of Rockies ISBN: 978-1-62178-099-1
    Research Methods: Building a Knowledge Base, Tara Malec, Univ. of the Rockies, Matt Newman, Arizona State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-574-3
    Research Methods: Applying Statistics in Research, Marlon Sukal ISBN: 978-1-62178-584-2
  • An Introduction to Sociology, Yvonne Vissing, Salem State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-20-3
    Social Problems: Causes and Responses, Kathleen Korgen, William Paterson Univ., Gennifer Furst, William Paterson Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-90-6
    Race and Ethnicity, Naomi Zack, Univ. of Oregon ISBN: 978-1-62178-010-6
    Social Gerontology: Issues and Prospects, Elizabeth Markson, Brandeis Univ., Peter Stein, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill ISBN: 978-1-62178-016-8
    Contemporary Social Issues and the Workplace, Viara Giraffe, Southwestern College ISBN: 978-1-935966-38-8
    Research and Writing in the Social Sciences, R. Eric Landrum, Boise State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-82-1
  • Pathways to Teaching Young Children: An Introduction to Early Childhood Education, Linda Estes, St. Charles Community College, Suzanne Krough, Western Washington Univ. ISBN: 978-1-935966-92-0
    Children’s Journeys: Exploring Early Childhood, Guy R. Lefrançois, Univ. of Alberta ISBN: 978-1-62178-000-7
    Supporting Children’s Socialization: A Developmental Approach, Kathryn Bojczyk, Bethanne Shriner, Univ. of Wisconsin, Stout, Michael Shriner, Northcentral Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-012-0
    Children’s Literature and the Developing Reader, Karen Coats, Illinois State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-051-9
    Foundations of Moving and Learning, Peter Hastie, Auburn Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-024-3
    Early Child Development: From Theory to Practice, Christina J. Groark, Univ. of Pittsburgh, 5/29/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-143-1
    Making Meaning, Making Sense: Children’s Early Language Learning, Terry Piper, Barry Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-038-0
    Health and Nutrition of Children, Christina J. Groark, Univ. of Pittsburg, Leslie Song, Tufts Medical Center ISBN: 978-1-62178-020-5
    Curriculum and Methods for Early Childhood Educators, Candace Jaruszewicz, College of Charleston ISBN: 978-1-62178-041-0
    Collaboration with Families and Communities, Francis Wardle, Red Rocks Community College ISBN: 978-0-9859701-0-9
    Administration of Early Childhood Education Programs, Ann Gadzikowski, Northwestern Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-570-5
    Cultural Competence in Early Childhood Education, Stephanie M. Curenton, Rutgers Univ., Iheoma U. Iruka, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill ISBN: 978-1-62178-582-8
    A Bridge to the Classroom and Early Care: A Capstone, Suzanne Lowell Krogh, Western Washington Univ., Christina J. Groark, Univ. of Pittsburgh ISBN: 978-0-9859701-2-3
  • Psychology for Teaching, Guy R. Lefrançois, Univ. of Alberta ISBN: 978-1-935966-62-3
    Philosophy of Education, Jared Stallones, California State Univ., Long Beach ISBN: 978-1-935966-44-9
    Working with Exceptional Students: An Introduction to Special Education, Sarah R. Powell, Univ. of Virginia, Melissa K. Driver, Univ. of Virginia ISBN: 978-1-62178-527-9
    Inclusive Technologies, Dave Edyburn, Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee ISBN: 978-1-62178-077-9
    Human Relationships and Learning in a Multicultural Environment, Francis Wardle, Red Rocks Community College ISBN: 978-1-62178-107-3
    Introduction to Teaching: Rewards and Realities, Rich Newman, Poway Unified School District, Lynda Fielstein, Central Arkansas Univ., Patricia Phelps, Central Arkansas Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-081-6
    Of Learning and Assessment, Guy R. Lefrançois, Univ. of Alberta ISBN: 978-1-62178-109-7
    Research Design for Teacher-Educators: Real World Connections, R. Eric Landrum, Boise State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-083-0
    The Neuroscience of Learning, Judy Willis, 8/28/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-163-9
    Differentiating Instruction: A Practical Guide, Kathleen Puckett, Arizona State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-091-5
    The Change Leader in Education, Sandy Buczynski, Univ. of San Diego, C. Bobbi Hansen, Univ. of San Diego ISBN: 978-1-62178-590-3
    The Final Step: A Capstone in Education, Andrew Shean, Ashford Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-072-4
    Masters in Education Capstone Reader, Gail Burnaford, Florida Atlantic Univ., Tara Brown, Univ. of Maryland, College Park, 6/26/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-149-3
  • Essentials of Managing in the Healthcare Industry, Donald Baack, Pittsburg State Univ., Arthur K. Fischer, Pittsburg State Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-580-4
    Understanding Healthcare Ethics and Medical Law, Dan Bustillos, Saint Louis Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-113-4
    Accounting for Healthcare Professionals, Lita Epstein, MBA, Arnold Schneider, Georgia Institute of Technology ISBN: 978-1-62178-118-9
    Healthcare Finance: An Overview, Dean G. Smith, Univ. of Michigan, 3/27/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-124-0
    Community and Public Health, Robert H. Friis, California State Univ., Long Beach, Nina Bell, Ashford Univ., Barbara Philibert, Ashford Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-097-7
    Strategic Management for Healthcare Organizations, Patrice L. Spath, Brown-Spath & Associates, Stanley Abraham, California State Polytechnic, Pomona, 2/27/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-120-2
    Healthcare Organizations: Theory in Action, Janice Frates, Univ. of California, Long Beach, 5/29/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-145-5
    Strategic Planning and Marketing in Healthcare Organizations, Robert E. Stevens, Southeastern Oklahoma State Univ., Lawrence S. Silver, Southeastern Oklahoma State Univ., 7/31/2014 ISBN: 978-1-62178-159-2
  • Introduction to Digital Literacy 2e, Mark Bowles, American Military Univ. ISBN: 978-1-62178-085-4
  • Contemporary Environmental Issues 2e, Jon Turk, Terry Bensel, Allegheny College ISBN: 978-1-62178-592-7
  • Personal Health, 4/2/2015 ISBN: 978-1-62178-194-3
    Nutrition for Everyone, Barbara Mayfield, Purdue Univ., 7/30/2015 ISBN: 978-1-62178-196-7
  • Biology: An Overview for Non-Majors, 10/1/2015 ISBN: 978-1-62178-198-1
  • Chemistry in Your Environment, N. Colin Baird, Univ. of Western Ontario, 4251-03-14
Authors make the difference

Author: Guy Lefrançois
School: University of Alberta
Book: Psychology: The Human Puzzle
PSYCHOLOGY: THE HUMAN PUZZLE explores psychology’s view of one of the most captivating and puzzling of all topics: ourselves. In a lively and engaging manner the text introduces readers to a variety of subfields within psychology, from biological psychology to social psychology.
Social Gerontology

Authors and Schools: Elizabeth W., Markson Brandeis Univ., and Peter J. Stein, Univ. of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Book: Social Gerontology: Issues & Prospects
SOCIAL GERONTOLOGY: ISSUES & PROSPECTS explores the complexity of aging by applying a life course perspective that views aging as an unfolding and dynamic process. It combines theoretical and practical ideas that provide students with the tools to make connections and distinctions between social definitions of age and the realities of growing older.
Criminal Justice Christopher Dreisbach

Author: Christopher Dreisbach
School: Johns Hopkins University’s School of Education
Book: Social and Criminal Justice in Moral Perspective
SOCIAL AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN MORAL PERSPECTIVE provides an overview of the different understandings of what justice is. The text examines social and criminal justice and how it affects our private, public, and professional lives. The features, including actual case studies and testimonial videos of real justice system employees, bring the concepts to life.
Stephanie M. Curenton Cultural Competence Iheoma U. Iruka

Authors and Schools: Stephanie M. Curenton, is an Assistant Professor at Rutgers University. Iheoma U. Iruka is Associate Director at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Book: Cultural Competence in Early Childhood Education
CULTURAL COMPETENCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION provides a comprehensive explanation about the state of bias in current American society, as well as strategies educators can use to minimize bias in their own classrooms and encourage a true multicultural experience for the children they teach.
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