Title: Test Bank for Criminology Today An Integrative Introduction 6th Edition by Schmalleger
Edition: 6th Edition
Criminology Today: An Integrative Introduction 6e is a clear, contemporary and comprehensive introduction to the study of criminology. Offering a thematic approach that contrasts the social responsibility and social problems approaches to crime theory, the book encourages students to think critically about the causes of crime. Completely up-to-date, this edition includes new Professor Speaks excepts, links to cutting-edge articles, and MyCrimeKit activities that encourage students explore how security and freedom interface in an age of increasing globalism.
Title: Test Bank for Motivation Theory Research and Application 6th Edition by Petri
Edition: 6th Edition
With its signature focus on evolutionary psychology, MOTIVATION: THEORY, RESEARCH AND APPLICATION, 6E reflects the latest developments from the field in its thorough coverage of the biological, behavioral, and cognitive explanations for human motivation. The book clearly presents the advantages and drawbacks to each of these explanations, allowing readers to draw their own conclusions. The authors help readers understand the processes that activate their behavior by drawing examples from such relevant topics as sleep, stress, eating disorders, helping behavior, emotion, and more. Extremely reader friendly, the book includes vivid graphic illustrations that offer additional insight into key concepts.
For two-semester/three-quarter, upper-level courses in Electronic Circuit Design.
A basic understanding of circuit design is useful for many engineers—even those who may never actually design a circuit—because it is likely that they will fabricate, test, or use these circuits in some way during their careers. This text provides a thorough and rigorous explanation of both analog and digital transistor-level circuit design with a focus on the underlying principles of how different circuits work—instead of relying completely on design procedures or “rules of thumb.” In this way, students develop the intuition that is essential to understanding and solving design problems.