From New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author R.G. Alexander, Book 8 in the Finn Factor Series Who says love isn't Lawless? Chief Solomon Finn needed a change. After leaving the force to help his family and think about his future, it doesn't take him long to figure out what it is that he's been missing. Hugo Wayne. Keeping the peace while burying his deepest desires had sent the one man he wanted running in the other direction. No more. Everyone else in his damn family had found their happy ending... It was time he did the same. Warning: Gay men in love and getting busy. Shower attacks. An overabundance of Finnterventions and dinner arguments about Nora Roberts. Did I mention all that gay sex? Don't read this if you don't like gay sex. Or spankings and handcuffs and men having sex...with each other. Just trust me on this one.
The Handbook of Research on Reading Comprehension assembles researchers of reading comprehension, literacy, educational psychology, psychology, and neuroscience to document the most recent research on the topic. It summarizes the current body of research on theory, methods, instruction, and assessment, including coverage of landmark studies. Designed to deepen understanding of how past research can be applied and has influenced the present and to stimulate new thinking about reading comprehension, the volume is organized around seven themes: historical perspectives on reading comprehension theoretical perspectives changing views of text elements of reading comprehension assessing and teaching reading comprehension cultural impact on reading comprehension where to from here? This is an essential reference volume for the international community of reading researchers, reading psychologists, graduate students, and professionals working in the area of reading and literacy.
Updated to include the final version of DSM-IV. Addresses two primary questions - what causes psychopathology and which treatments are most effective in preventing or reducing psychological suffering. Uses paradigms or points of view to study abnormal psychology: biological, psychoanalytic, learning, and cognitive, and humanistic-existential.