Khan Academy (2015) You can learn anything a. Growing your mind b. The Growth Mindset c.Success through effort. Available at: https://www.khanacademy.org/youcanlearnanything. (Accessed: 31th October, 2015).
Andreou, E., Didaskalou, E., & Vlachou, A. (2008). Outcomes of a curriculum-based anti-bullying intervention program on students' attitudes and behavior. Emotional & Behavioral Difficulties, 13(4), 23.5.
She was a former school teacher, she was born and raised in Colorado city Texas and graduated from Colorado High School, she earned a Bachelor’s degree in education from Southern Methodist University and her Master’s degree from Texas A&M University. In 1970 she married Ronny Crownover, they have four children, they celebrated their 30th Anniversary before his death on March 2000, Representative Crownover has lived and worked in Denton for over 30 years, she is currently involved in the banking and energy industries.
In 1980 she graduated from Brown University with an honorary degree she began her career as a labor organizer that organize low workers in janitorial industries. She went across the country, organizing garment workers in south Texas, hotel workers in New Orleans, and janitors in Los Angeles In 1985 she became a leader for Justice for Janitor. As a leader she fought for every know week worker to
In 2005,she worked along with Jane Fonda and Robin Morgan to co-found the Women’s Media Center. Women’s Media Center is an organisation works with media to provide visibility and voice to the womens. She involves herself as a leader, writer and lecturer in politics and media affairs. Now she lives in New York City and working on a book “Road to the Heart:America as if Everyone Mattered.”
Compton, W.M., Conway, K.P., Stinson, F.S., Colliver, J.D., & Grant, B.F... (2012) Prevalence correlates, and comorbidity :Comorbidity addiction and other mental illness. National Institute on Drug Abuse.Choice Reviews Online. 20-24.
The authors of the article I chose “Childhood Sexual Abuse, Distress, and Alcohol-Related Moderation by Drinking to Cope” were Kathryn Z. Smith, Phillip H. Smith and Emily R. Grekin. And their hypotheses was “childhood sexual abuse would be associated with distress, but that this distress would only be associated with problem drinking among those who scored high on coping motives for drinking”. Found on page four of ten. They started with the hypothesis that distress would mediate the pathway between childhood sexual abuse and problem drinking. Also that the pathway between distress and problem drinking would be moderated by coping motives for drinking. They used path analyses to examine the moderated-mediation.
The main purpose of this article is to examine various research on the etiology of stuttering. The experimental research explored various brain circuitries involved, specifically the the basal ganglia. Furthermore, the meta-analysis discussed neuroimaging, lesion, pharmacological, and genetic studies on the neural circuitries connected to persistent developmental stuttering and acquired neurogenic stuttering.
She attended Rancocas Valley Regional High School in Mount Holly Township. As a kid, she was sent to the principal a lot for talking and for being the class clown. She attended Rider college in her home state New Jersey for two years and planned to become a teacher so she got her secondary education degree. But to get her Bachelors she went to the University of Alabama, where she met her husband, and achieved it in political science and history. After a while in teaching she realized that she had developed at love for writing and decided to try it as a side job for extra money. She moved to Arizona but her husband was in the air force so they did move around a lot but once they started to create a family she stayed home. (librarypoint,
Banza, V. (2009). Journal of Trauma Management & Outcomes: Free abdominal fluid without obvious solid organ injury upon CT imaging: an actual problem or simply over-diagnosing. pp., 1-8. Doi: 10.1186/1752-2897-3-10
In 2007, she published her first novel Sisters In Sanity. She has won awards such as, the 2009 NAIBA Book of the Year awards and the 2010 Indie Choice Honor Award winner. Her last book Leave Me is the first novel that she has written for adults. Now, she resides in Brooklyn, New York with her husband and two children who are adopted from Ethiopia and in her novel