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April 4, 2002



An Ambrose Bierce Companion by Robert L. Gale, English.

Greenwood Press.

This reference is a guide to the life of Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914?). It includes a chronology, entries on major works and characters, historical persons and writers figuring in his life, with end-of-entry and general bibliographies.

Aristotle on the Parts of Animals I-IV translated by James G. Lennox, history and philosophy of science.

Clarendon Press/Oxford.

This is an English translation of Aristotle's founding document of the science of biology, with an introduction and commentary.

The Art of the Duquesne Club by David G. Wilkins, history of art and architecture.

Duquesne Club.

This is an illustrated catalogue of the most important paintings and sculptures in the collection of the Duquesne Club, including works by David Blythe, Doug Cooper, Aaron Gorson, George Hetzel, Charles Russell, William Coventry Wall and others.

Art Past Art Present, 4th Edition by David G. Wilkins, history of art and architecture; Katheryn M. Linduff, history of art and architecture, and Bernard Schultz, West Virginia University.


This is a chronological examination of global visual culture intended for a one-semester course in the history of art and architecture. Among the new features in this edition are thematic sections devoted to such topics as "The Presence of the Artist," "Ritual and Art," "Relating to Nature" and "Representing Women," which compare and contrast works from diverse cultures and periods.

Atlantic Cross-Currents/ Transatlantiques edited by Susan Andrade, English; Eileen Julien, Indiana University; Micheline Rice-Maximin, Swarthmore College, and Aliko Songolo, University of Wisconsin.

Africa World Press.

These essays comprise selected proceedings of a conference held in Guadeloupe, the French West Indies, in 1993. The conference focused primarily on the Caribbean as a crucible for major intellectual and aesthetic movements against colonialism. The essays are divided into three broad categories, Currents of Language, Currents of Feminist Riposte and Currents of Revolution and Repression.

Beyond Isabella: Secular Women Patrons of Art in Renaissance Italy (Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies LIV) edited by David G. Wilkins, history of art and architecture, and Sheryl E. Reiss, Cornell University.

Truman State University Press.

This collection of 14 essays by various scholars examines the roles that aristocratic and bourgeois women played in the patronage of visual culture during the Italian Renaissance. Collectively, the essays offer evidence demonstrating how resourceful women expressed themselves through patronage, despite the limitations of a highly structured patriarchal society.

Blackwell Handbook of Perception edited by Bruce Goldstein, psychology.


This handbook provides an overview of the field of perception with special emphasis on new developments and trends.

Brahms Studies, Volume 3 edited by David Brodbeck, music.

University of Nebraska Press.

China, Transnational Visuality, Global Postmodernity by Sheldon H. Lu, East Asian languages and literatures.

Stanford University Press.

This is a study of Chinese culture in the 1990s.

Cognitive Pragmatism: The Theory of Knowledge in Pragmatic Perspective by Nicholas Rescher, philosophy.

University of Pittsburgh Press.

The auther tackles questions of philosophical inquiry, pondering the nature of truth and existence. He argues that the development of knowledge is a practice pursued by humans because they have a need for its products. This pragmatic approach satisfies humans' innate urge to make sense of their surroundings. This endeavor into pragmatic epistemology will be of interest to scholars and students of philosophy and cognitive science.

Compass in the Blood by William E. Coles Jr., English.

Atheneum/Simon & Schuster.

This young-adult novel is a mystery overlaid with a look at human nature. While working with a Pittsburgh television journalist on a project to uncover the truth about the 1902 Katherine Soffel/Biddle boys prison break scandal, college student Dee Armstrong learns about different types of loyalty and betrayal.

Cultura, politica, gobierno local y descentralizacion: Centroamerica by Mitchell A. Seligson, political science, and Ricardo Cordova Macias, The Central American University, San Salvador.


This is a study based on Central American public opinion surveys of civil society participation.

Cycles of Contingency: Developmental Systems and Evolution edited by Paul E. Griffiths, history and philosophy of science; Susan Oyama, John Jay College and CUNY Graduate Center, and Russell D. Gray, University of Auckland, New Zealand.


This book provides historical background to developmental systems theory (DST), recent theoretical findings on the mechanisms of heredity, applications of the DST framework to behavioral development, implications of DST for the philosophy of biology and critical reactions to DST.

The Deadlock of Democracy in Brazil by Barry Ames, political science.

University of Michigan Press.

Designing for Science: Implications From Everyday, Classroom and Professional Settings edited by Christian D. Schunn, psychology; Kevin Crowley, Learning Research and Development Center, and Takeshi Okada, Nagoya University.


This books contains 16 papers from researchers investigating how best to teach science in one of three realms: professional scientist pursuing research and development in the laboratory; elementary, secondary and college classroom, and the explorations of adults and children as they go about their lives or visit museums.

Edward Said and the Work of the Critic: Speaking Truth to Power edited by Paul A. Bove, English.

Sutuor Publishing House.

This is the Arabic translation of a book reprint of a special issue of boundary 2, published by Duke University Press, 2000.

Enemies Within the Gates? The Cominterm and the Stalinist Repression, 1934-1939 by William J. Chase, history.

Yale University Press.

Environmental Psychology, 5th Edition by Andrew Baum, psychology; Paul Bell, Colorado State; J. Fisher, University of Connecticut, and T. Greene, St. Lawrence University.

Harcourt Brace.

Feminism and Antiracism: International Struggles for Justice by Kathleen Blee, sociology, and France Winddance Twine, University of California at Santa Barbara.

New York University.

This volume provides original empirical studies of feminist antiracist organizing around the globe.

Gender Identities in American Catholicism edited by Paula Kane, religious studies; Karen Kennelly, Mt. St. Mary's College, and James Kenneally, Stonehill College.

Orbis Press.

This collection of documents illustrates how the Catholic Church instructed Americans about being men and women. The documents chronicle the period from 1800 to the present within the United States. Topics include: changing of gender roles for men and women over time; gender issues in religious life; gender issues in social reform, education and labor, and recent conflicts surrounding alternative forms of gender identity.

Gobernabilidad y Transparencia en Honduras Despues de Huracan Mitch: Un Estudio de Opinion Ciudadana by Mitchell A. Seligson, political science.

United States Agency for International Development.

This is a study based on a survey of over 3,000 interviews with Hondurans. It focuses on their experiences with corruption and the impact that the recent hurricane has had there.

Graphing Calculator Manual to Accompany Explorations in College Algebra by Beverly K. Michael, mathematics.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Handbook of Health Psychology edited by Andrew Baum, psychology; I.A. Revenson, City University of New York, and J.E. Singer, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.

Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

The Historical Film: History and Memory in Media edited by Marcia Landy, English.

New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

This book brings together representative examples of how both media critics and historians write about history as it is created and disseminated through film and television. The essays explore what is at stake culturally and politically in media hist- ory and how this form of history-making is different from traditional historiography.

Honeymooners by Chuck Kinder, English.

Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

This novel chronicles the misadventures of best friends Ralph Crawford and Jim Stark, two of the most promising writers of their day, and the wives with whom they have spent the best years of their lives raising bad judgment to an art. The book was named a New York Times 2001 Notable Book.

Imagining Adoption: Essays on Literature and Culture edited by Marianne Novy, English.

University of Michigan Press.

This book focuses on adoption through literature. It is the first extended attempt to look at a number of fictional portrayals of adoption along with other examples of adoption discourse.

Instructor's Manual to Accompany Explorations in College Algebra by Beverly K. Michael, mathematics; Peg McPartland, Golden Gate University, and Meg Hickey, Massachusetts College of Art.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

La cultura politica de la democracia en Bolivia by Mitchell A. Seligson, political science.

Universidad Catolica Boliviana.

Luck: The Brilliant Randomness of Everyday Life by Nicholas Rescher, philosophy.

University of Pittsburgh Press.

Differentiating luck from fate and fortune using historical examples, this book offers a realistic view of the nature and operation of luck to help people come to sensible terms with life in a chaotic world.

The Musical Arts of Ancient China edited by Bell Yung, music; Xiao Mei, Music Research Institute of Beijing, and Anita Wong, University of Hong Kong.

University Museum and Art Gallery, University of Hong Kong.

This catalogue consisting of 123 color plates of musical instruments is from an exhibition mounted at the University Museum and Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong from Sept. 27, 2001 to Jan. 8, 2002. The catalogue includes three forewords and an introductory essay. It is written in Chinese and English.

A Nation for All: Race, Inequality, and Politics in 20th Century Cuba by Alejandro de la Fuente, history.

University of North Carolina Press.

Tracing the formation and reformulation of nationalist ideologies, government policies, and different forms of social and political mobilization in republican and postrevolutionary Cuba, this book explores the opportunities and limitations that Afro-Cubans experienced in such areas as job access, education and political representation.

North America: The Historical Geography of a Changing Continent edited by Edward K. Muller, history, and Thomas F. McIlwraith, University of Toronto.

Rowman & Littlefield.

This book provides a comprehensive historical overview of the formation and growth of North American regions from European exploration and colonization to the second half of the 20th century. The contributors explore the themes of acquisition of geographical knowledge, cultural transfer and acculturation, frontier expansion, spatial organization of society, resource exploitation, regional and national integration and landscape change.

Performance by Donald Cammell edited by Colin MacCabe, English.

Faber & Faber.

Philosophical Reasoning: A Study in the Methodology of Philosophizing by Nicholas Rescher, philosophy.

Blackwell (Oxford).

This book is a survey of basic issues in the methodology of philosophical inquiry.

The Politics of Translation in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance edited by Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski, French and Italian languages and literatures; Daniel Russell, French and Italian languages and literatures, and Luise von Flotow, University of Ottawa.

University of Ottawa Press.

This is a collection of 11 essays focusing on the political aspects of translation. It includes a substantial historical and theoretical introduction by the editors.

Popular Cinema of the Third Reich by Sabine Hake, Germanic languages and literatures.

University of Texas Press.

Proceedings of the 2nd ACM International Workshop on Data Engineering for Wireless and Mobile Access edited by Panos K. Chrysanthis, computer science; Sujata Banerjee, School of Information Sciences, and Evaggelia Pitoura, University of Ioannina.

ACM Press.

These proceedings are a collection of 14 papers that present results, ideas and theories on pervasive mobile data management. The papers are grouped into three research directions: Adaptation, Personalization and Service Discovery; Moving Objects and Location-dependent Queries, and Systems Issues and Applications.

Proceedings of the 2001 4th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling edited by Christian D. Schunn, psychology; Erik M. Altmann, Michigan State University; Axel Cleeremans, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, and Wayne D. Gray, George Mason University.


Psychology by Steven J.C. Gaulin, anthropology, and Donald McBurney, psychology.


This book examines major domains of psychology from a Darwinian viewpoint, examining the mind and behavior in terms of its adoptive function.

Psychosocial Interventions for Cancer edited by Andrew Baum, psychology, and Barbara Anderson, Ohio State University.

American Psychological Association Books.

The Radical Face of the Ancient Constitution: St. Edward's "Laws" in Early Modern Political Thought by Janelle Greenberg, history.

Cambridge University Press.

This book deals with the ways in which medieval and early modern historians, lawyers and politicians deployed their own national history to justify opposition to the English kingship. It tells how a cult of kingship, centered around St. Edward's "laws," was transformed from a cult that sacralized the upstart Norman dynasty into one that desecrated the Stuart monarchy.

Research Methods by Donald McBurney, psychology.


This is the latest edition of a textbook widely used by undergraduate psychology students in research method courses.

Slavery edited by Seymour Drescher, history; Stanley Engerman, University of Rochester, and Robert Paquette, Hamilton College.

Oxford University Press.

This volume provides documents from across the globe during the past two millennia. It offers readers a broad range of information about the slave experience and its institutional and cultural settings.

Social Action Systems: Foundation and Synthesis in Sociological Theory by Thomas J. Fararo, sociology.


Employing a process philosophical approach, the author presents an analysis of the phases of development of theoretical sociology in an effort to foster what he calls "the spirit of unification."

Student Study Guide to Accompany Calculus by Beverly K. Michael, mathematics; Peg McPartland, Golden Gate University.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Taken by Kathleen George, theatre arts.

(Bantam) Delacorte Press.

"Taken" is a literary thriller set in Pittsburgh. The protagonist is a classical actress. The novel has been translated into Danish and French and will be translated, then published, in Germany, Japan, The Netherlands and Norway.

Theory and Method in the Neurosciences by Peter Machamer, history and philosophy of science.

University of Pittsburgh Press.

This book surveys the nature and structure of theories in contemporary neuroscience, exploring many of its methodological techniques and problems. The essays explore basic questions about how to relate theories of neuroscience and cognition, the multi-level character of such theories and their experimental bases. Questions are raised about the forefront of research in cognitive nueroscience.

War, Occupation, and Creativity: Japan and East Asia 1920-1960 edited by J. Thomas Rimer, East Asian languages and literatures, and Marlene J. Mayo, University of Maryland.

University of Hawaii Press.

This collection of essays, based on international collaboration by scholars in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the United States, addresses the social, political and spiritual significance of the modern arts both in Japan and its empire between 1920 and 1960. These 40 years, punctuated by war, occupation and reconstruction, were turbulent and brutal, but also important and even productive for the arts.

Wilderness Boy by Margery Evernden, English; edited by Margaret Mary Kimmel, School of Information Sciences.

University of Pittsburgh Press.

This young-adult novel teaches readers of all ages about an early chapter in America's ongoing struggle to form an ever more perfect union. It takes place in the summer of 1794. A 16-year-old Jonathan Garrett is riding through the woods of Washington County in western Pennsylvania. It's the beginning of an adventure that will challenge his courage and his loyalties to family, friends and freedom.

Worshiping the Ancestors: Chinese Commemorative Portraits by Evelyn S. Rawski, history; Jan Stuart, Smithsonian Institution.

Freer & Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian.

This is an analysis of the Chinese portraiture tradition as it developed through the Qing dynasty (1644-1911) and further into the 20th century.

Writings in Jazz, 6th Edition by Nathan T. Davis, music.



Cinderella's Gold Slipper: Spiritual Symbolism in the Grimms' Tales, 2nd Edition by Samuel D. Fohr, humanities.

Sophia Perennis.

Elk Watching in Pennsylvania by Carol J. Mulvihill, health services.

Elk Meadow Publishing.

This book provides highlights of Pennsylvania elk history, elk country issues and guidelines and perspectives on elk watching. Knowledge about elk characteristics and behavior, including size and weight, antlers, coat, feeding habits, communication and reproduction are interwoven with the elk watching experiences of the author.

The Great Triad translated by Samuel D. Fohr, humanities.

Sophia Perennis.

This book was written by Rene Guenon.

Initiation and Spiritual Realization translated by Samuel D. Fohr, humanities.

Sophia Perennis.

This book was written by Rene Guenon.

Insights Into Christian Esoterism translated by Samuel D. Fohr, humanities.

Sophia Perennis.

This book was written by Rene Guenon.

The King of the World

translated by Samuel D. Fohr, humanities.

Sophia Perennis.

This book was written by Rene Guenon.

The Multiple States of the Being

translated by Samuel D. Fohr, humanities.

Sophia Perennis.

This book was written by Rene Guenon.

Perspectives on Initiation

translated by Samuel D. Fohr, humanities.

Sophia Perennis.

This book was written by Rene Guenon.

Spiritual Authority and Temporal Power

translated by Samuel D. Fohr, humanities.

Sophia Perennis.

This book was written by Rene Guenon.

Studies in Hinduism

translated by Samuel D. Fohr, humanities.

Sophia Perennis.

This book was written by Rene Guenon.


Country Manager by Lawrence Feick; Martin Roth, University of South Carolina; Michael Deighan, Interpretive Software, and Stuart James, Interpretive Software.

Interpretive Software.

Creative Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making by Thomas L. Saaty.

RWS Publications.

This is a text for teaching creative thinking, problem solving and decision making. It includes 148 Power Point slides for lectures.

Decision Making With Dependence and Feedback by Thomas L. Saaty.

RWS Publications.


Women's Oral Health edited by Deborah Studen-Pavlovich, pediatric dentistry, and Dennis N. Ranalli, senior associate dean.

W. B. Saunders Company.

This book covers partnering among various constituencies; education at the predoctoral, postdoctoral and continuing education levels, expansion of the scope of gender-specific research and development of innovative modalities for the diagnosis, prevention, treatment and utilization of clinical dental services for women.


ASHE Reader: Finance in Higher Education edited by John L. Yeager, administrative and policy studies; Glenn M. Nelson, administrative and policy studies; John C. Weidman, administrative and policy studies; Thomas G. Zullo, administrative and policy studies, and Eugenie A. Potter, University of Michigan.

Pearson Custom Publishing.

Children's Work, Schooling and Welfare in Latin America by David Post, administrative and policy studies.

Westview Press.

The Heroes of Treca Gimnazija: A War School in Sarajevo, 1992-1995 by David M. Berman, instruction and learning.

Rowman and Littlefield.

This real story of the siege of Sarajevo, put in educational terms, is the localized adaptation of the staff and students who implemented administrative resolutions and directives to keep the physically damaged school open. These educators and students of Treca Gimnazija, one of 13 secondary schools destroyed during the siege, tell the stories of their own personal war in the "battle for the mind" and chronicle their shared experiences.

Socialization of Graduate and Professional Students in Higher Education: A Perilous Passage by John C. Weidman, administrative and policy studies; Darla J. Twale, University of Dayton, and Elizabeth Leahy Stein.

Jossey-Bass (Wiley).

This report on the process of graduate and professional student socialization provides information that can be of use to graduate program faculty and administrators, professional associations, state legislatures and professional licensing bodies charged with assuring clients that well-qualified professional practitioners are being prepared in the nation's universities. It addresses implications of issues raised in the current literature for designing more effective graduate programs.

The Young Child and the Environment: Issues Related to Health, Nutrition, Safety and Physical Activity by Jere Gallagher, health, physical and recreation eduation, and Nancy E. Sayre, Clarion University.

Allyn and Bacon.

The purpose of this book is to assist the early childhood educator in understanding the variety of factors that influence the development of a healthy lifestyle in infants, toddlers and young children. The development of lifelong healthy behaviors begins with the young child and relies heavily on the context of family and culture. Information and practical knowledge are presented and skills developed to promote positive attitudes and healthy behaviors for early childhood professionals.


A Family-Focused Approach to Serious Mental Illness: Empirically Supported Interventions by Diane T. Marsh, psychology.

Professional Resource Press.

This is a practical guide for mental health professionals who work with families of patients with serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and major depression.

Government for Sale: Political Fundraising, Patron-Client Relations and Organized Criminality by Don Liddick, criminology.


Political fund-raising scandals of the 1990s are framed as manifestations of organized criminality. This book suggests the observed phenomena are best studied using a patron-client relations/social network analysis framework.

The Regulars by Lori Jakiela, English.

Liquid Paper Press.

A collection of non-fiction essays and poems, "The Regulars" won the publisher's 2001 chapbook competition.


Health Information: Management of a Strategic Resource, 2nd Edition edited by Mervat Abdelhak, health information management; Sara Grostick, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Mary Alice Hanken, University of Washington, and Ellen Jacobs, College of Saint Mary.

W. B. Saunders Company.

This foundational text provides readers with tested solutions to health information management issues and presents the new roles of the health information professional.


Managing Records as Evidence and Information by Richard J. Cox, library and information science.

Quorum Books (Greenwood).

This book focuses on the fundamentals of archives and records management. The chapters concern defining records, how information technology plays into policy compiling, the fundamental tasks of identifying and maintaining records as critical to records and information policy, public outreach and advocacy as a key objective for such policy and the role of educating records professionals in supporting sensible records policies.

Proceedings of the 2nd ACM International Workshop on Data Engineering for Wireless and Mobile Access edited by Sujata Banerjee, information science and telecommunications; Panos K. Chrysanthis, Arts and Sciences, and Evaggelia Pitoura, University of Ioannina.

ACM Press.

Understanding Operating Systems, 3rd Edition by Ida M. Flynn, information science and telecommunications, and Ann McIver McHoes, Carlow College.


Wilderness Boy by Margery Evernden, Arts and Sciences; edited by Margaret Mary Kimmel, library and information sciences.

University of Pittsburgh Press.


The Frost of Time by Boris A. Kushner, mathematics.

VIA Press.

This is a book of Boris Kushner's poetry in Russian, with illustrations by Yulia Kushner, Graduate School of Public Health.

The Indian Imagination: Critical Essays on Indian Writing in English by K. D. Verma, English.

Macmillan India.

This book focuses on literary developments in English, both in the colonial and postcolonial periods of Indian history. Six writers are studied as representations of a consciousness that emerged from a confrontation between tradition and modernity and from a deep sense of tradition during these periods.

Instructor's Manual to Accompany Group Discussion by Belinda A. Bernum, communication; Raymond R. Ozley, University of Memphis, and Kathryn Sue Young, Mansfield University.

Waveland Press, Inc.

This is an instructor's manual to accompany the third edition of "Group Discussion: A Practical Guide to Participation and Leadership."

Introduction to Nursing Science by Becky A. Sease, nursing, and Teresa J. Sakraida, nursing.

University External Studies Program, CIDDE.

This study guide, created specifically for the UESP course, focuses on the scientific basis for the professional practice of nursing. It consists of six units of study, each ending with questions to use for preparation for the two course exams.


The Conflict and Culture Reader edited by Pat Chew.

NYU Press.

This book explores how race, gender and culture affect how we deal with and resolve conflicts that have both national and global perspectives.

Criminal Procedure: Cases, Problems and Exercises by John M. Burkoff; Russell Weaver, University of Louisville; Leslie Abramson, University of Louisville; Ronald Bacigal, University of Richmond; Catherine Hancock, Tulane University, and Donald Lively, Florida Coastal School of Law.

West Group.

Handbook of Pennsylvania Evidence by Robert Berkley Harper.

Aspen Law & Business.

Miranda's Waning Protections: Police Interrogation Practices After Dickerson by Welsh S. White.

University of Michigan Press.

Teamwork and Collaboration in Libraries: Tools for Theory and Practice edited by Marc B. Silverman.

Haworth Press.

This book consists of essays calling for increased cooperation among law libraries and articles detailing various collaborative projects, including one at Pitt. It includes a bibliography.


Designing for Science: Implications From Everyday, Classroom and Professional Settings edited by Kevin D. Crowley; Christian D. Schunn, Arts and Sciences, and Takeshi Okada, Nagoya University.


Knowing What Students Know: The Science and Design of Educational Assessment edited by Robert Glaser, psychology.

National Research Council and National Academy Press.

This publication explores some of today's most complex and pressing issues in educational assessment and cognitive science.


2001 Syllabus-Special Cross-Specialty Categorical Course in Diagnostic Radiology: Practical MR Safety Considerations for Physicians, Physicists and Technologists edited by Emanuel Kanal, radiology.

Radiological Society of North America.

This book is an in-depth presentation of various aspects of magnetic resonance safety considerations.

Addiction in Your Family: Helping Yourself and Your Loved Ones by Dennis C. Daley, psychiatry, and Judy Miller.

Learning Publications.

This book provides information to family members and loved ones with an addicted family member. It address issues such as improving family relations, taking care of oneself, helping children affected by parental addiction and providing help to the substance abusers.

Asthma and Respiratory Infections edited by David P. Skoner, allergy/immunology/infectious diseases, and Claude Lenfant, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.

Marcel Dekkear, Inc.

Brain Injury edited by Robert S. B. Clark, critical care medicine and pediatrics; Patrick M. Kochanek, critical care medicine, anesthesiology and pediatrics.

Kluwer Academic Publishers.

This book addresses key issues in the field of neurointensive care by providing a contemporary understanding of the cell and molecular biology of neurological insults relevant to the intensive care unit. Specifically addressed are mechanisms and other factors believed to be important to the evolution of secondary damage and repair after acute ischemic or traumatic brain injury.

Cardio Respiratory Interactions in Health and Disease by Michael R. Pinsky, anesthesiology and critical care medicine; Steven M. Scharf, Long Island Jewish Hospital, and Sheldon Magder, McGill University.

Marcel Dekker, Inc.

This is the 157th volume in the NHLBI-sponsored series: Lung in Health and Disease.

Child Delinquents edited by Rolf Loeber, psychiatry, and David P. Farrington, Institute of Criminology, Cambridge, England.

Sage Publications, Inc.

This book is the result of a two-year study of very young offenders by 39 experts on juvenile delinquency and child problem behavior. It focuses on working knowledge of prevalence, development, risk and protective factors and optimal intervention with preteen offenders. This is an information source for researchers, scholars, mental health professionals and practitioners at the administrative level.

Circadian Clocks edited by Robert Y. Moore, neurology; Joseph Takahashi, Northwestern University, and Fred Turek, Northwestern University.

Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

A Clinician's Guide to Mental Illness edited by Dennis C. Daley, psychiatry, and Ihsan M. Salloum, psychiatry.


This book provides a thorough, yet easy-to-understand review of common adult mental illness and substance use disorders. It integrates empirical findings and clinical experiences of highly experienced teams of researchers and clinicians and provides a comprehensive framework for recovery. Family and relapse issues are addressed as well as psychosocial, pharmacological and combined treatments for the major psychiatric disorder groups.

Coping With Feelings Workbook: For Adults in Recovery from Chemical Dependency by Dennis C. Daley, psychiatry.

Learning Publications.

This interactive recovery guide, with a problem-solving approach, is designed to help adults with chemical dependency to better manage their emotions. Emphasis is placed on coping with anger, anxiety and worry, boredom, depression, feeling empty or joyless, guilt and shame, and helping the recovering individual share positive feelings such as love.

Critical Care Medicine/eMedicine edited by Michael R. Pinsky, anesthesiology and critical care medicine.

World Medicine Library.

This is a web-based textbook and is part of the DARPA supported emedicine project.

Current Cancer Therapeutics, 4th Edition edited by John M. Kirkwood, hematology/oncology; Michael T. Lotze, surgery, and Joyce M. Yasko, nursing.

Current Medicine, Inc.

This is a reference guide to current agents in the use of and protocols relevant to malignant diseases and the supportive care required to deliver advanced cancer therapy. Information is included on indications, dosage and schedule and recent clinical trials, side effects and toxicities.

Decision Making in Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders edited by Eugene N. Myers, otolaryngology; Cuneyt Alper, otolaryngology, and David E. Eibling, otolaryngology.

W. B. Saunders Company.

This resource features step-by-step guidance in an algorithmic format on management of problems encountered in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.

Dendritic Cells, 2nd Edition edited by Angus W. Thomson, surgery, and Michael T. Lotze, surgery.

Academic Press.

Ernstige en gewelddadige jeugddelinquentie omvang, oorzaken en interventies edited by Rolf Loeber, psychiatry; N. Wim Slot, Free University, Amsterdam, and Joseph A. Sergeant, Free University, Amsterdam.

Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum.

Getting High and Doing Time: What's the Connection?

by Dennis C. Daley, psychiatry, and Edward M. Read.

American Correctional Association.

This interactive recovery guide specifically targets adult men and women in trouble with the law due to a substance-abuse problem. It provides information on substance abuse, encourages the reader to evaluate the connection between substance use and criminal behaviors, and helps the reader assess the severity of the substance disorder. Strategies are provided to help the substance abuser stay sober and make personal and lifestyle changes needed to support sobriety.

Learning Disabilities in Older Adolescents and Adults by Gerald Goldstein, psychiatry; Sue R. Beers, psychiatry, and Lynda J. Katz, Landmark College.

Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

This book provides a review of certain disorders associated with learning disabilities in school-aged children. It specifically focuses on language-based learning disorders, nonverbal learning disorders, high-functioning autism, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and mathematics disorders.

Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea edited by Jonas T. Johnson, otolaryngology; Mark H. Sanders, medicine, and Jack L. Gluckman, University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

Martin Dunitz, Ltd.

This textbook addresses the current state of the art of the diagnosis and management of snoring and obstructive sleep apnea. The therapeutic use of oral appliances and a variety of surgical procedures indicate the dilemma every patient and treating physician face in selecting appropriate intervention.

Management of Patients at High Risk for Breast Cancer edited by Victor G. Vogel, medicine.

Blackwell Science.

This book covers the epidemiology, genetics and clinical management of women at high risk for breast cancer. It addresses the assessment and management of predispositon to the disease, incorporating prognostic factors, patient screening, genetic testing and other topics critical to the work of physicians treating those with breast disease.

Managing Anger by Dennis C. Daley, psychiatry.

Learning Publications.

This interactive recovery guide helps adults with substance abuse, psychiatric disorders or combined disorders understand and manage their feelings of anger. It includes topics such as causes of anger, styles of displaying anger and effects of these styles on self and others.

Molecular and Cellular Biology of Critical Care Medicine edited by Robert S. B. Clark, critical care medicine and pediatrics, and Joseph A. Carcillo, critical care medicine and pediatrics.

Kluwer Academic Publishers.

This book focuses on a new frontier in critical care medicine, understanding critical illness at the cellular and molecular levels. Its purpose is to provide a transition between novel ideas (basic science research) and practical, clinically relevant therapies (clinical application).

Nitric Oxide and Inflammation edited by Yoram Vodovotz, surgery; Timothy R. Billiar, surgery, and Daniela Salvemini, Metaphore, Inc.


Once and for All You Can Be a Non-smoker by Dennis C. Daley, psychiatry, and James R. Ross.

Learning Publications.

This practical recovery guide helps individuals with nicotine addiction prepare to quit and deal with depression as well as the fear of gaining weight. It also includes issues such as understanding the relapse process; identifying and managing high-risk situations for nicotine use; handling cravings to smoke; building a balanced smoke-free life; what to do if a slip or relapse occurs; how to use a daily relapse prevention inventory, and a summary of strategies to reduce relapse risk.

Shoulder Surgery, an Illustrated Textbook edited by Freddie H. Fu, orthopaedic surgery; Nikolaus Wulker, Orthopadische Klinik der Medizinischen Hochschule, and Michel Mansat, Service de Chirurgie Orthopedique, Hopital Purpan.

Martin Dunitz.

This illustrated textbook focuses on standard treatment regimens used by orthopaedic surgeons with a particular interest in the shoulder. Surgical technique is described in detail, but each chapter also contains a comprehensive description of the etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment alternatives.

Sports Injuries: Mechanisms, Prevention, Treatment, 2nd Edition edited by Freddie H. Fu, orthopaedic surgery, and David A. Stone, orthopaedic surgery.

Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.

This updated edition provides important information for the sports medicine specialist on new advances in sports medicine.

Surgical Pathology of the Head and Neck, 2nd Edition edited by Leon Barnes, pathology.

Marcel Dekker.

This reference provides an interdisciplinary approach to the diagnosis, treatment and management of head and neck diseases, including the incidence, etiology, clinical presentation, pathology, differential diagnosis and prognosis for each disorder.

Traumatic CNS Injury edited by C. Edward Dixon, neurological surgery; Joe Marwah, National Institutes of Health, and Naren Banik, Medical University of South Carolina.

Prominent Press.

This book consists of 12 chapters covering all aspects of traumatic central nervous system injury.

Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, Volume 38: Mechanisms of Organ Dysfunction in Critical Illness edited by Mitchell P. Fink, critical care medicine, and T. W. Evans, Royal Brompton Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine.


When Symptoms Return: A Guide to Relapse in Psychiatric Illness by Dennis C. Daley, psychiatry, and Loren Roth, psychiatry and health sciences administration.

Learning Publications.

This book addresses the problem of relapse for the individual recovering from a psychiatric illness. It discusses causes, effects and warning signs of relapse as well as strategies to manage early signs. Information on the impact of psychiatric relapse on the family or loved ones also is provided.


Compliance in Healthcare and Research edited by Lora E. Burke, health and community systems, and Ira S. Ockene, University of Massachusetts Medical School.

Futera Publishing Company, Inc.

This book addresses the problem of compliance in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. It looks at the issue on three levels: the cardiovascular patient, the health care provider and the health care organization. It also examines managed care in compliance, use of standards in assessing health outcomes and use of the intention to treat strategy in analyzing compliance data.

Current Cancer Therapeutics, 4th Edition edited by Joyce M. Yasko, nursing; Michael T. Lotze, surgery, and John M. Kirkwood, hematology/oncology.

Current Medicine, Inc.

Reproductive Health Awareness for Teenage Women With Diabetes: What Teens Want to Know About Sexuality, Pregnancy and Diabetes by Denise Charron-Prochownik, health promotion and development.

University of Pittsburgh.

This book provides information and decision-making-skills exercises for teen women with diabetes. It focuses on diabetes and sexuality, pregnancy and preconception counseling.


La Mia Odissea dalla Filosofia alla Psicoanalisi by Adolf GrŸnbaum, philosophy, history and philosophy of science, psychiatry and Center for Philosophy of Science.

Di Renzo Editore.

This book provides an account of the author's development as an unsparing critic of the fundamental hypotheses of Freudian psychoanalytic theory from his perspective as a philosopher of science. It was translated into Italian from his unpublished English original. A precis of his views on the status of psychoanalysis in present-day culture was published as an interview in the University Times, Oct. 29, 1998.


Biostatistics in Clinical Trials edited by Carol K. Redmond, biostatistics, and Theodore Colton, Boston University.

John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

This book is designed to complement the Encyclopedia of Biostatistics, featuring a broad spectrum of articles from international experts in the field. These articles address topics such as Bayesian methods, benefit/risk assessment, cost-effectiveness, ethics and fraud, software and sequential analysis.

Contemporary Health Policy edited by Beaufort B. Longest Jr., health policy and management.

Health Administration Press.

This book is an anthology of readings that provides an overview of the key health policy issues facing the nation. It also provides some background information about the American health system and the vital relationship of health policy to health. Some of the topics addressed include Medicare and Medicaid, state healthcare reform, litigation and public health policy-making.

Health Praxis in Minority Communities edited by Angela F. Ford, Center for Minority Health, and Harvey L. White, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, instruction.

Center for Minority Health, University of Pittsburgh.

This book is a compilation of proceedings from the health track of the Conference of Minority Public Administrators.

Informed Consent – Legal Theory and Clinical Practice, 2nd Edition cby Lisa S. Parker, bioethics/human genetics; Jessica W. Berg, Case Western Reserve University; Paul S. Appelbaum, University of Massachusetts, and Charles W. Lidz, University of Massachusetts.

Oxford University Press.

This book reviews ethical and legal foundations of informed consent and suggests how to incorporate informed consent guidelines into all phases of patient care and clinical research. It shows how the informed consent process can enhance the doctor-patient relationship and avoid both research misconduct and subject misunderstanding of clinical research.


Classics of Organization Theory edited by Jay M. Shafritz, public and urban affairs, and J. Steven Ott, University of Utah.

Harcourt College Publishers.

This book contains a collection of works in organization theory, focusing on the classics as well as contemporary perspectives such as organizational economics, information technology, diversity and multi-culturalism.

Collision and Collusion: The Strange Case of Western Aid to Eastern Europe by Janine Wedel.


Health Praxis in Minority Communities edited by Harvey L. White, and Angela F. Ford, Graduate School of Public Health.

Managing Crises: Threats, Dilemmas, Opportunities edited by Louise K. Comfort, public and urban affairs; Ariel Rosenthal, Leiden University, and Arjen Boin, Leiden University.

Charles C. Thomas Publishers, Ltd.

This five-part volume reviews the changes in disaster management that occurred over the decade of the 1990s. It includes essays from international authors analyzing actual crisis events as the basis for general observations regarding change in crisis management over the decade.

Personnel Management in Government, 5th Edition by Jay M. Shafritz, public and urban affairs; David H. Rosenbloom, American University; Norma M. Riccucci, State University of New York at Albany; Katherine C. Naff, San Francisco State University, and Albert C. Hyde, Brookings Institution.

Marcel Dekker, Inc.

This revised textbook is for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in courses such as public personnel administration, human resources management in government, organizational behavior in government as well as survey courses in American public administration.


Fundamental Statistics for Behavioral Sciences, 8th Edition by Robert B. McCall, Office of Child Development.

Wadsworth/Brooks Cole.

Student Guide, to Accompany Fundamental Statistics for Behavioral Sciences, 8th Edition by Robert B. McCall, Office of Child Development, and Richard Sass.

Wadsworth/Brooks Cole.


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