Practical Female Psychology for the Practical Man is a unique examination of women and relationships in an era of material equality between the sexes. Despite vast gains in the welfare of women, especially in the modern West, both men and women are finding relationships ranging from dating to marriage increasingly difficult. The authors draw upon cutting edge science in evolutionary biology, and neuropsychology, and vast personal experience with women to distill some simple and practical principles men will find useful for creating and maintaining relationships with emotionally compatible women.
"Practical Day Game" is an online program that includes infield digital videos with lecture and hotseat critique with Ozzie (head ABC's of Attraction's day game coach), ABCs trainers, and JT Tran (Asian Playboy). This online course teaches men how to meet a girl for a relationship.
Featuring 102 video clips of patients with diverse neurologic problems, this text/DVD package is a powerful educational tool for mastering the clinical practice of neurologic diagnosis. Through real-time videos of comprehensive neurologic examinations, the authors demonstrate the techniques and reasoning that lead to accurate diagnosis.
Now that you know the fundamentals, gear up to master InDesign for advanced projets and pre-press wizardry. Here, Nicki Hart will explain more advanced techniques and procedures for producing the best print projects possible. She’ll delve into the specifics of color processing, die cuts, folds, and troubleshooting your work. Grab your design and get going!
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen gets right down to the fundamentals of design in this fascinating back-to-basics series. He tackles real problems in real homes as he explores six themes: space, colour, light, texture and pattern, balance and order, and personality. In addition to his own in-depth knowledge of design principles, Laurence calls on a colour forecaster, psychologists and a perception specialist to explain and demonstrate the science behind the how and the why. Taking a real home where a design problem is all too apparent, he demonstrates some simple psychology and basic experiments in a design lab back at the studio and it's all done without knocking down walls or spending big bucks.