Panitza Library

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BF201 .G76 2014

An introduction to cognitive psychology : processes and disorders / David Groome ; with Nicola Brace, Graham Edgar, Helen Edgar, Michael Eysenck, Tom Manly, Hayley Ness, Graham Pike, Sophie Scott and Elizabeth Styles.
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BF201 .K453 2016

Fundamentals of cognitive psychology / Ronald T. Kellogg, Saint Louis University.
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BF201 .Q46 2008

Cognitive psychology / Philip Quinlan and Ben Dyson.
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BF441 .G38 2004

Thinking and reasoning / Alan Garnham, Jane Oakhill.
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BF697.5.B63 D52 2018

Body image as an everyday problematic : looking good / Felix Diaz.
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BJ1421 .F73 2005

On bullshit / Harry G. Frankfurt.
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BM535 .T635 2014

"The tragic couple" : encounters between Jews and Jesuits / edited by James Bernauer, Robert A. Maryks.
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CB161 .S482 2008

Futurecast 2020 : a global vision of tomorrow / Robert J. Shapiro.
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CB478 .M8 2010

Technics and civilization / by Lewis Mumford ; with a new foreword by Langdon Winner.
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HD45 .P4177 2017

Building the agile business through digital transformation / Neil Perkin, Peter Abraham.
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HF5549.5.J63 G73 2018

Bullshit jobs / David Graeber.
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HV6569.B54 M63 2018

Sexuality after war rape : from narrative to embodied research / Nena Mocnik.
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HV6773.15.C97 S36 2018

The perfect weapon : war, sabotage, and fear in the cyber age / David E. Sanger.
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JC423 .G73 2017

Democracy and its crisis / A.C. Grayling.
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JC423 .R798 2018

How democracy ends / David Runciman.
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JC573.2.U6 E55 2012

Ideology in America / Christopher Ellis, James A. Stimson.
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JK1341 .D35 2017

Ratf**ked : the true story behind the secret plan to steal America's democracy / David Daley.
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JK1717 .G75 2016

The virgin vote : how young Americans made democracy social, politics personal, and voting popular in the nineteenth century / Jon Grinspan.
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JK1726 .A426 2015

Anxious politics : democratic citizenship in a threatening world / Bethany Albertson, University of Texas-Austin, Shana Kushner Gadarian, Syracuse University.
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JK1764 .K546 2017

Neither liberal nor conservative : ideological innocence in the American public / Donald R. Kinder and Nathan P. Kalmoe.
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JK2271 .F565 2017

Unstable majorities : polarization, party sorting, and political stalemate / Morris P. Fiorina.
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JK2271 .G76 2016

Asymmetric politics : ideological Republicans and group interest Democrats / Matt Grossmann, Director, Institute for Public Policy and Social Research, Associate Professor of Political Science, Michigan State University ; David A. Hopkins, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Boston College.
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JK2271 .M312 2018

Uncivil agreement : how politics became our identity / Lilliana Mason.
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JN50 .A33 2018

Absorbing the blow : populist parties and their impact on parties and party systems / edited by Steven Wolinetz and Andrej Zaslove.
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JN96.A92 E87 2015

Extraterritorial citizenship in postcommunist Europe / edited by Timofey Agarin and Ireneusz Pawe Karolewski.
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JZ1480 .F37 2018

War on peace : the end of diplomacy and the decline of American influence / Ronan Farrow.
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LB1051 .A7468 2000

The acquisition and retention of knowledge : a cognitive view / by David P. Ausubel.
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N7445 .M88 2000

Art and technics / Lewis Mumford ; with a new introduction by Casey Nelson Blake.
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P91.27 .M57 2018

Misinformation and mass audiences / edited by Brian G. Southwell, Emily A. Thorson, and Laura Sheble.
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PN51 .P79 2017

The written world : the power of stories to shape people, history, civilization / Martin Puchner.
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PS3611.U7386 F57 2013

The flamethrowers : a novel / Rachel Kushner.
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Q175 .C27 2011

A beginner's guide to scientific method / Stephen S. Carey.
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Q335 .K68 2018

Revealing the invisible : how our hidden behaviors are becoming the most valuable commodity of the 21st century / Thomas Koulopoulos with George Achillias.
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