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The Memory Child

Author: Steena Holmes
Publisher: Lake Union Press
ISBN: 9781477818428
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When Brian finds out that his wife, Diane, is pregnant, he is elated. He's been patiently waiting for twelve years to become a father. But Diane has always been nervous about having children because of her family's dark past. The timing of the pregnancy also isn't ideal--Diane has just been promoted, and Brian is being called away to open a new London office for his company. Fast-forward one year: being a mother has brought Diane a sense of joy that she'd never imagined and she's head over heels for her new baby, Grace. But things are far from perfect: Brian has still not returned from London, and Diane fears leaving the baby for even a moment. As unsettling changes in those around Diane began to emerge, it becomes clear that all is not as it seems. A woman's dark past collides head-on with her mysterious present in this surreal and gripping family drama.

Memory Man

Author: David Baldacci
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
ISBN: 3641182131
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Seit einem dramatischen Unfall kann Amos Decker nichts mehr aus seinem Gedächtnis tilgen. Eine Eigenschaft, die ihn zu einem perfekten Ermittler werden lässt. Bis seine Familie bestialisch ermordet wird und er unter der Flut der unlöschbaren Bilder fast zerbricht. Ein Jahr später taucht ein Mann auf und bekennt sich zu der Tat. Und noch während Decker verwirrt feststellt, dass der Mann lügt, findet erneut ein Massaker statt, diesmal an Deckers alter Schule. Wie hängen die Verbrechen zusammen? Wurden sie nur begangen, um Decker zu treffen? Und wird es ihm gemeinsam mit seiner früheren Kollegin gelingen, den Wahnsinn zu stoppen?

Gestern F Ngt Das Leben An

Author: Allison Winn Scotch
Publisher: Rowohlt Verlag GmbH
ISBN: 3644421617
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Was wäre, wenn ... ... Jill nicht den vernünftigen Henry, sondern den lebenslustigen Jack geheiratet hätte? Sicher wäre sie jetzt glücklicher! Denn Henry ist ständig auf Geschäftsreise, und Jill langweilt sich zu Hause bei Windeln und Babybrei. Gegen Frust und Alltagsstress hilft manchmal eine Massage. Doch diesmal haben die Entspannungsübungen eine überraschende Nebenwirkung: Als sich ihr verkrampftes Chi löst, wird Jill plötzlich zurück ins Jahr 2000 katapultiert. Sie lebt wieder mit Jack zusammen, und alles läuft super. Schließlich weiß sie im zweiten Durchlauf, wie sie ihren Traummann um den kleinen Finger wickeln und seine verbiesterte Mutter von sich überzeugen kann. Auch im Job beeindruckt sie mit ihrem visionären Blick. Jill ist selig: Erfolg an allen Fronten. Bis ihr zufällig Henry über den Weg läuft ... «Wir lieben dieses Buch!» (Cosmopolitan) «Ein berührender und rasanter Roman ... Als Leser fliegt man durch die Seiten und ist bis zum Ende gespannt.» (Publishers Weekly) «Großartig!» (Redbook)

Vom Schicksal Gek Sst

Author: Allison Winn Scotch
Publisher: Blanvalet Taschenbuch Verlag
ISBN: 3641158826
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Alles ist vorbestimmt, und das eigene Schicksal lässt sich nicht verändern – mit dieser Überzeugung ist Willa Chandler-Golden aufgewachsen, dank ihres Vaters, Autor eines Selbsthilfe-Bestsellers, der die Welt veränderte. Doch das Universum scheint es mit Willa nicht besonders gut zu meinen, denn ihr Leben geht gerade in jeder Hinsicht den Bach runter. Zeit, die Dinge selbst in die Hand zu nehmen! Wie gut, dass Willas beste Freundin Vanessa zur Stelle ist – mit dem ultimativen Schicksalsexperiment ...

H Ter Der Erinnerung

Author: Lois Lowry
Publisher: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag
ISBN: 3423408480
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Jonas wird zum »Hüter der Erinnerung« ernannt, in einer Welt ohne Not und Schmerz, aber auch ohne Gefühle.

The Development Of Working Memory In Children

Author: Lucy Henry
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1446254194
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Electronic Inspection Copy available for instructors here Using the highly influential working memory framework as a guide, this textbook provides a clear comparison of the memory development of typically developing children with that of atypical children. The emphasis on explaining methodology throughout the book gives students a real understanding about the way experiments are carried out and how to critically evaluate experimental research. The first half of the book describes the working memory model and goes on to consider working memory development in typically developing children. The second half of the book considers working memory development in several different types of atypical populations who have intellectual disabilities and/or developmental disorders. In addition, the book considers how having a developmental disorder and/or intellectual disabilities may have separate or combined effects on the development of working memory. The Development of Working Memory in Children is for undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in development/child psychology, cognitive development and developmental disorders.

Baby S First Tattoo

Author: Jim Mullen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476709610
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MILLIONS OF PEOPLE THINK CHILDREN ARE THE CUTEST, CUDDLIEST, MOST WONDERFUL, SAINTLY CREATURES IN THE ENTIRE WORLD. THESE PEOPLE DO NOT HAVE CHILDREN. THEY HAVE NICE THINGS. THEY COLLECT FRAGILE POTTERY. THEY HAVE CANDLELIT DINNERS IN FANCY RESTAURANTS. THEY GO TO MOVIES. THEY HAVE WHITE CARPETS. PEOPLE WITH SMALL CHILDREN HAVEN'T BEEN TO A RESTAURANT WITHOUT PLASTIC SILVERWARE IN YEARS. THE LAST MOVIE THEY SAW IN A THEATER IS NOW ON AMERICAN MOVIE CLASSICS. THEIR HOUSE LOOKS LIKE IT WAS DECORATED BY PEE-WEE HERMAN. BABY'S FIRST TATTOO IS FOR THEM. For years parents have been buying baby books to document all the precious moments in their new baby's life -- Baby's First Tooth, Baby's First Haircut, Baby's First Step. What have been ignored for too long are those "alternative" precious moments that really should be written down, celebrated, and remembered -- Baby's First Projectile Vomit, Baby's First Tantrum in a Crowded Grocery Store, Baby's 10,000th Dirty Diaper. Otherwise you might forget them and think of becoming parents once again.

Memory And Testimony In The Child Witness

Author: María S. Zaragoza
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc
ISBN: 9780803955547
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"This volume of carefully edited papers from psychological researchers in the United States and in Great Britain recounts the present state of this work. This is a useful over-view of the subject at today's date." --AR Brownlie in Science & Justice Comprehensive and carefully edited, this insightful volume is a must read for anyone involved with children's testimony. Leading scholars in the field examine and integrate research and practice on assessing and enhancing the quality of eyewitness testimony in children. The first section examines factors that contribute to the accuracy and reliability of such testimony, including the effects of extended delays, repeated questioning, and exposure to leading questions. The second section describes techniques that have been developed to improve the quality of children's testimony, such as anatomical dolls and interviewing techniques, and discusses their empirical and theoretical underpinnings. The final chapter focuses on policy issues, including psychological research to guide legal reform in accommodating child witnesses. Interdisciplinary in nature, Memory and Testimony in the Child Witness should be in the professional toolkit of all psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and attorneys working with children's testimony. It also serves as a text in any graduate level course focusing on eyewitness memory, children's competence as witnesses, or psychology and the law.

The Learning Brain

Author: Torkel Klingberg
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199917108
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Despite all our highly publicized efforts to improve our schools, the United States is still falling behind. We recently ranked 15th in the world in reading, math, and science. Clearly, more needs to be done. In The Learning Brain, Torkel Klingberg urges us to use the insights of neuroscience to improve the education of our children. The key to improving education lies in understanding how the brain works: that is where learning takes place, after all. The book focuses in particular on "working memory"--our ability to concentrate and to keep relevant information in our head while ignoring distractions (a topic the author covered in The Overflowing Brain). Research shows enormous variation in working memory among children, with some ten-year-olds performing at the level of a fourteen-year old, others at that of a six-year old. More important, children with high working memory have better math and reading skills, while children with poor working memory consistently underperform. Interestingly, teachers tend to perceive children with poor working memory as dreamy or unfocused, not recognizing that these children have a memory problem. But what can we do for these children? For one, we can train working memory. The Learning Brain provides a variety of different techniques and scientific insights that may just teach us how to improve our children's working memory. Klingberg also discusses how stress can impair working memory (skydivers tested just before a jump showed a 30% drop in working memory) and how aerobic exercise can actually modify the brain's nerve cells and improve classroom performance. Torkel Klingberg is one of the world's leading cognitive neuroscientists, but in this book he wears his erudition lightly, writing with simplicity and good humor as he shows us how to give our children the best chance to learn and grow.