None But Thee!

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iUniverse, Aug 1, 2002 - Fiction - 308 pages
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"NONE BUT THEE!" is a culmination of ideas and concepts originating from the principles of the Holy Scripture that offer realistic suggestions for self-improvement on basis of realistic appraisals of present conditions and foreseeing developments.It is an honest critique of traditonal ideologies,customs and taboos and a review of new policies that are supposed to fashion our future. It offers practical alternatives to recommendations that, seemingly, can only contribute to further confusion and degredation of our humanity. It is a fusion of "grass root Sociology and philosophy" for living!

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About the author (2002)

Chris Hakala is an associate professor of psychology at Western New England College in Springfield, Massachusetts. He earned a Master's degree and Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from the University of New Hampshire.

Chris has been an Advanced Placement reader for over 9 years, and has extensive knowledge of test and rubric development.

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Ruth Ault has taught psychology for the past 25 years at Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina. She was a reader for the AP Psychology exam and has been a table leader since 2001.

Nancy Homb has taught AP Psychology for the past 7 years at Cypress Falls High School in Houston, Texas. She has been a reader for the AP Psychology exam since 2000 and began consulting for the College Board in 2005.

Barbara Loverich has taught AP Psychology for the past 18 years at Hobart High School in Valparaiso, Indiana. She has been an AP reader for 9 years and a table leader for 6 years. From 1996-2000, she was a board member of Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools and was on the state of Indiana committee to write state psychology standards. Among her distinguished awards are the Outstanding Science Educator Award and Sigma XI, Scientific Research Society in 2002.

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