Kluge: The Haphazard Construction of the Human Mind
Are we noble in reason? Perfect, in God's image? Far from it, says New York University psychologist Gary Marcus. In this lucid and revealing book, Marcus argues that the mind is not an elegantly designed organ but rather a "kluge," a clumsy, cobbled-together contraption. He unveils a fundamentally new way of looking at the human...
Information technology is a familiar aspect of our lives. We use computers,
e-mail, software, cell phones, iPods, fax machines, flash drives, scanners, and
BlackBerry®-type devices every day. We search for travel information on Expedia,
download airline tickets from AA.com, and register for and take college courses
online.... Becoming A Master Student, 12th edition
The Twelfth Edition of the bestselling Becoming a Master Student continues to lead the way in meeting the changing needs of today's first-year students. Through interactive journaling, a motivational writing style, and hands-on activities that students can apply right away, this text helps students succeed in college and in life. The...