Social Physics

Author: Alex Pentland
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101625570
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Pentland leads readers to the edge of the most important revolution in the study of social behavior in a generation, an entirely new way to look at life itself. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Publisher: สำนักพิมพ์มติชน
ISBN: 9740203493
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Author: Jared M. Diamond
ISBN: 9789747799149
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Author: Jerome David Salinger
ISBN: 9786119007604
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Spending Smarter And Spending Less Policies And Partnerships For Health Care In Canada

Author: Fulton, M. Jane
ISBN: 9780969353720
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Health and health care can be improved by basic research in almost any field,
including chemistry, sociology, biology, psychology, administration, political
science, demography, engineering, physics, social work and the health sciences.
... Basic research includes health surveys, many of which have been done
provincially and nationally in the past 15 years. ... Applied research can teach us
how to alter care to reflect what is known, and it can improve the organization and
delivery of ...

American Book Publishing Record

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361.802373 So you want to do a science project ! 507.24 ... 796.334 Social and
biological predictors of nutritional status, physical growth, and neurological
development. ... 305.50941 Social networks among biological scientists. ...
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On Second Thought

Author: Wray Herbert
Publisher: Crown
ISBN: 0307461653
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Along the way, Herbert reveals the often-bizarre cross-connections these shortcuts have secretly ingrained in our brains, answering such questions as why jury decisions may be shaped by our ancient need for cleanliness; what the state of ...