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This book offers actionable steps for improving communication between health professionals and patients based on visual, auditory, and emotional understanding from the principles of cognitive psychology.
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In 2021 we are delighted to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Routledge Classics series with the publication of fifteen stellar new titles. All include new forewords or introductions and eye-catching cover designs, a hallmark of the series.
Exchanges with Authors: John Bird
John Bird, author of 'Bird’s Engineering Mathematics', discusses his three new books for students of engineering mathematics at all levels.
Sustainable Development Goals Online from Taylor & Francis is a rich multimedia collection of academic resources, made up of thousands of book chapters, journal articles, essays, videos and lesson plans, all indexed and categorised
The Science of Learning
Supporting teachers in the quest to help students learn as effectively and efficiently as possible, The Science of Learning translates 99 of the most important and influential studies on the topic of learning into accessible and easily digestible overviews
Petra Boynton discussing Being Well in Academia
Petra Boynton is a social psychologist and Agony Aunt. Her new book, Being Well in Academia provides wealth of practical and workable solutions for students and university staff dealing with the pressures of life in academia.
Why it’s OK series
Philosophers often create excellent arguments for unpopular ideas:
• Why We Shouldn’t Get Married
• Why We Shouldn’t Have Children
• Why We Should Never Eat Meat
• Why We Shouldn’t Like Certain Artists or Art Forms . . . (like Hollywood movies).
Will technology make humans redundant?
Perry Beaumont answers the question of whether human jobs will become redundant as technology advances.
Cultural Differences in the Workplace with Allyson Stewart-Allen
Anybody who has ever done business with Americans can testify that there are more differences than similarities between the US business culture and those in the rest of the world.
Being Authentic: what is authenticity and what’s so good about it?
Donald Trump and Madonna; Immanuel Kant and Jean-Paul Sartre. The thread that connects them all is authenticity. It is both an iconic modern norm and a quality that was widely discussed by philosophers in the late 19th and early 20th century.
How Does Taylor & Francis Support the Knowledge Community
Librarians at UKSG19 discuss the wide-ranging ways that Taylor & Francis supports the researcher, librarian and author communities.