25 Jan 2020

Category: Reference

Behavioral Sciences

Social Intelligence and Nonverbal Communication 

This book offers a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in the social psychology of nonverbal communication. It explores topics including social skill, empathy, adaptive advantage, emotion-reading and emotion-hiding; and examines personal charisma, memory and communicating with robots. Together, the authors present diverse, cutting-edge research…

Americas

Relativization in Ojibwe 

In Relativization in Ojibwe, Michael D. Sullivan Sr. compares varieties of the Ojibwe language and establishes subdialect groupings for Southwestern Ojibwe, often referred to as Chippewa, of the Algonquian family. Drawing from a vast corpus of both primary and archived sources, he presents an overview…

Europe

London (Amazing and Extraordinary Facts) 

“Amazing & Extraordinary Facts: London” is a unique collection of strange laws, heroic deeds, surprising revelations and other quirky stories that have shaped the unique history of Britain’s capital. London’s long history is an extraordinarily rich source of amazing facts, whether your interest is political,…

Anthropology

Self-Confidence: A Philosophy 

An essential read for anyone who has encountered a crisis of confidence. Where does self-confidence come from? How does it work? Why are some people more confident than others? On the surface, these seem like simple questions – but answers can feel hard to come…