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ISBN:055100438X
Author: David R. Mace
ISBN13: 978-0551004382
Title: Abortion: The Agonising Decision
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Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services (May 1973)
Pages: 144

Abortion: The Agonising Decision by David R. Mace



by David Robert Mace. Abortion: The Agonising Decision. 0687006538 (ISBN13: 9780687006533).

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Book's title: Abortion: the agonizing decision. Library of Congress Control Number: 70187590. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0687006538. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0687006546 (pbk). Download book Abortion: the agonizing decision David R. Mace.

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Publication: Nashville : Abingdon Press, 1972Description: 144 . ewey: 179 M33Subject: Аборт, Abortion Crisis. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

David Mace believes most marriages which fail do so because people don't' understand the art of marriage. His book is a practical manual for acquiring such understanding. Abortion: the agonizing decision.

This novel approach integrates findings from the decision and learning literatures to provide a unique perspective on the psychology of decision making. ISBN 13: 9780203960837.

Throughout the text, there is an emphasis on the relationship between learning and decision making. The authors argue that the best way to understand how and why decisions are made is in the context of the learning and knowledge acquisition that precedes them and the feedback that follows them. The mechanisms of learning and the structure of environments in which decisions are made are carefully examined to explore the ways in which they act on our choices