Counter-Clockwise

Author: James Cook

Publisher: iUniverse

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Category: Fiction

Page: 148

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Counter-Clockwise is a horror novel about a young woman named Linda, who begins to have vivid dreams of a past life. As the story unfolds, Linda becomes an unwilling killer, and after a series of psychological therapies, she discovers she is dealing with a madman from a past life, bent on having her back as his bride. It's a story of mistaken identity that takes a bloody, horrific turn. Her mission is to destroy this evil entity from centruies ago, while saving her sanity, her family, and preserving her future. The story deals wiht the theory of a person having a past life, undergoing past life regression therapy, and if possible, change the course of history as well as the future.

Mr. Counter Clockwise

Author: Hope Carlin Lach

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Time

Page: 20

View: 878

Mr. Counter Clockwise is about a little clock that does everything backwards. His whole goal in life is to become a "clockWISE" clock, which is how he earned the name Mr. Counter Clockwise. This book has a delightful play on words. It allows children to enjoy various kinds of clocks and time concepts.It offers wise advice regarding the value of time, as well as a very funny approach that will pull at your heartstrings. Either grab a tissue or laugh with joy-you decide! Parents will love reading this story to their children. This book should be memorable for many years to come. It will make you reevaluate your life and the value of time, as an adult or as a child.

Counter Clockwise

A Young Adult Time Travel Romance

Author: Elle Lee Strauss

Publisher: La Plume Press

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 252

View: 528

*Part of The Collection - can be read without reading the previous books* Casey and Nate are back! High school senior Casey Donovan is in trouble. Again. If only she had trusted in Nate's loyalty when he traveled to Spain with his college basketball team - despite being accompanied by the cheerleading squad and Fiona the Floozy who'd made it super clear she wanted Nate for herself. Then she wouldn't have made that impulsive trip to Hollywood and let Austin do that stupid thing that threatened her relationship with Nate, and triggered a trip into the past. Only something is wildly wrong. She's not in the 1860s like she should be. It's 1929. And she didn't come alone. **Completion of story arc in book 6 - Clockwork Crazy. Keywords: time travel, 1860, teenage angst, adolescence, divorce, parents, family issues, high school, drama, crush, teen romance, time warp, history, civil war, Union army, bad boys, Cambridge, Hollywood, back in time, nineteenth century, time machine, awkward, trips, best seller, suitor, relationship, race, boyfriend, girlfriend, rebellion, stuck in the past, War of Independence, 1929, 1775, Boston, graduation

Counter Clockwise

A Young Adult Time Travel Romance

Author: Elle Strauss

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 256

View: 363

Casey and Nate are back! High school senior Casey Donovan is in trouble. Again. If only she had trusted in Nate's loyalty when he traveled to Spain with his college basketball team - despite being accompanied by the cheerleading squad and Fiona the Floozy who'd made it super clear she wanted Nate for herself. Then she wouldn't have made that impulsive trip to Hollywood and let Austin do that stupid thing that threatened her relationship with Nate, and triggered a trip into the past. Only something is wildly wrong. She's not in the 1860s like she should be. It's 1929. And she didn't come alone.

A Laboratory Comparison of Clockwise and Counter-Clockwise Rapidly Rotating Shift Schedules, Part III: Effects on Core Body Temperature and Neuroendocrine Measures

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Page: 20

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Most researchers suggest that shift rotation in a forward or clockwise direction produces less disruption of circadian rhythms than those that rotate in a backward or counter-clockwise direction. This is based upon extrapolation from quasi-experimental studies of shift-workers and research on the effects of jet lag, which indicate that westward travel results in less disruption of circadian rhythms. The effect of direction of rotation on cortisol, melatonin, and core body temperature was examined in participants randomly assigned to either a clockwise or counter-clockwise shift rotation. Twenty-eight participants worked a day shift (0800-1600) for one week followed by either a clockwise (n=14=14-- ) or counter-clockwise (n=14=14) shift rotation for two weeks. Participants wore a flexible rectal temperature sensor for the three weeks of the study and were allowed to remove the sensor for 90 minutes each day. Saliva samples were collected at the end of the baseline week for later assay for melatonin and cortisol, and were time-locked to collection times during the two "shiftwork" weeks. No group differences were found for cortisol for either of the workweeks. The clockwise group, however, had a significantly greater increase in melatonin during the early morning shift, compared with the counter-clockwise group. Finally, the analyses of core body temperature revealed a significantly lower amplitude and a delay of the acrophase for the counter-clockwise group during both weeks of testing. while cortisol levels did not appear to differ based on direction of shift rotation, there were inherent differences with melatonin secretion and core body temperature. Precisely why such differences exist remains unclear but may be similar to that seen with circadian resynchronization during westward travel. Furthermore, it is not clear if these differences would persist in individuals exposed to longer periods of shift rotations.

Mechanics of Materials

Author: James M. Gere

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1022

View: 820

Now in 4-color format with more illustrations than ever before, the Seventh Edition of Mechanics of Materials continues its tradition as one of the leading texts on the market. With its hallmark clarity and accuracy, this text develops student understanding along with analytical and problem-solving skills. The main topics include analysis and design of structural members subjected to tension, compression, torsion, bending, and more. The book includes more material than can be taught in a single course giving instructors the opportunity to select the topics they wish to cover while leaving any remaining material as a valuable student reference. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Official EPAKS Guide to Short Form One

Author: EPAKS Publications

Publisher: EPAKS

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page:

View: 418

This is the most comprehensive and informative book on American Kenpo's Short Form One - ever! Its purpose is to inform and expose any Kenpo practitioner to the history, design, and insights into not only Short Form One, but American Kenpo itself. This book will not only open your eyes to information to which you have probably never been exposed, but also aid you in improving your execution of the form itself. This book is laid out in a logical and practical way. Here is a list of just some of the sections contained in this book: • History of Short Form One • Signifying and Executing Short Form One (including the Salutation) • Analyzing Short Form One • Improving your Short Form One • FAQ - about Short Form One • Quizzes - beginner, intermediate, advanced All Kenpo practitioners, beginner to expert, can use this book to help further there study of the art. In short, this book is one that should be in every American Kenpo practitioner's collection.

Counterclockwise

Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility

Author: Ellen J. Langer

Publisher: Ballantine Books

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 240

View: 103

If we could turn back the clock psychologically, could we also turn it back physically? For more than thirty years, award-winning social psychologist Ellen Langer has studied this provocative question, and now, in Counterclockwise, she presents the answer: Opening our minds to what’s possible, instead of presuming impossibility, can lead to better health–at any age. Drawing on landmark work in the field and her own body of colorful and highly original experiments–including the first detailed discussion of her “counterclockwise” study, in which elderly men lived for a week as though it was 1959 and showed dramatic improvements in their hearing, memory, dexterity, appetite, and general well-being–Langer shows that the magic of rejuvenation and ongoing good health lies in being aware of the ways we mindlessly react to social and cultural cues. Examining the hidden decisions and vocabulary that shape the medical world (“chronic” versus “acute,” “cure” versus “remission”), the powerful physical effects of placebos, and the intricate but often defeatist ways we define our physical health, Langer challenges the idea that the limits we assume and impose on ourselves are real. With only subtle shifts in our thinking, in our language, and in our expectations, she tells us, we can begin to change the ingrained behaviors that sap health, optimism, and vitality from our lives. Improved vision, younger appearance, weight loss, and increased longevity are just four of the results that Langer has demonstrated. Immensely readable and riveting, Counterclockwise offers a transformative and bold new paradigm: the psychology of possibility. A hopeful and groundbreaking book by an author who has changed how people all over the world think and feel, Counterclockwise is sure to join Mindfulness as a standard source on new-century science and healing. From the Hardcover edition.