Action Learning for
Michael J. Marquardt, et al.
This book demonstrates how action learning can quickly and effectively be introduced,
implemented, and sustained in any type or size
of organization. 2009.
Book: 313 pages • Exam: 35 items
Selected Articles by Harry
Edited by Arthur M. Freedman
and Kenneth H. Bradt
For over 50 years, Harry Levinson, a pioneer in
the field of organizational consulting psychology, has applied his extensive clinical expertise
to the understanding of organizational assessment and intervention. This book presents 18
of Harry Levinson’s landmark contributions that
explore how and why consultants diagnose
organizational and managerial pathology. 2009.
Book: 334 pages • Exam: 52 items
Developing an Effective
Science and Practice
Scotia J. Hicks
and Bruce D. Sales
This book aims to transform criminal profiling
into a credible science and practice that will reliably aid law enforcement investigation. 2006.
Book: 293 pages • Exam: 69 items
EXAM ITEM# 1080131 $120
BOOK ITEM# 4316073 $39.95
Causal Theories to Inform
Research, Prevention, and
Jill D. Stinson, et al.
In this book, the authors review and critique
existing theories and the supporting literature
on why adolescent and adult males commit
sexually violent offenses against adults and
Book: 278 pages • Exam: 57 items
APA MeMBer NONMeMBer
EXAM ITEM# 1080141 $90 $120
BOOK ITEM# 4316094 $49.95 $69.95
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