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Dates
30-Apr-65
Collection
Serials Collection
Format
Serial Publication
Dates
30-Apr-65
Collection
Serials Collection
Format
Serial Publication
Publication
"Time, Inc."
Subject Access
Other
Location
Life
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Responsibility
by Stephen A. Davis ; with channelings by Lyssa Royal.
Date of Publication
Ã1991
Format
Text
Responsibility
by Stephen A. Davis ; with channelings by Lyssa Royal.
Author
Davis, Stephen A.,
Place of Publication
Phoenix, Ariz
Publisher
Personal Enhancement Press
Date of Publication
Ã1991
Physical Description
viii, 216 pages ; 23 cm.
Format
Text
Series
Future series.
ISBN
096292282X
9780962922824
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 211-213).
Subjects
Spirit writings.
Sex -- Miscellanea.
Life on other planets -- Miscellanea.
Additional Author
Royal, Lyssa.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
BF1311.S45 D38 1991
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Dates
1969
Collection
Pamphlet Collection
Format
Pamphlet
Dates
1969
Collection
Pamphlet Collection
Format
Pamphlet
Creator
Lawrence D. Rilla
Subject Access
Sexuality & Religion
Location
Sexuality & Religion
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Dates
1951
Collection
Pamphlet Collection
Format
Pamphlet
Dates
1951
Collection
Pamphlet Collection
Format
Pamphlet
Creator
New York State Department of Health
Subject Access
Pregnancy, Conception, Prevention
Location
Pregnancy, Conception, Prevention
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Dates
Oct-91
Collection
Personal Papers Collection
Format
Magazine
Dates
Oct-91
Collection
Personal Papers Collection
Group
Shirley Everett-Clark personal papers
Format
Magazine
Location
Clark Box 1: African & General
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Responsibility
Geraldine Lux Flanagan.
Edition
1st American ed.
Date of Publication
1996
Format
Text
Responsibility
Geraldine Lux Flanagan.
Author
Flanagan, Geraldine Lux.
Edition
1st American ed.
Place of Publication
New York
Publisher
DK Pub
Date of Publication
1996
Physical Description
120 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
Format
Text
ISBN
0789406098
Notes
Includes index.
Summary
The story of the remarkable journey which all of us make from conception to birth has never been more graphically or movingly told. Hour by hour, then day, by day, then week by week, Geraldine Lux Flanagan unravels for us the mysteries of that inner world in which we are first formed as human beings. The mysteries can now be seen as well as told. Scientific advances allow us to peek through a window into the womb, to follow in microscopic detail the progress of our formative weeks. Armed on the one hand with a stunning sequence of photographic images, many of them previously unpublished, and the other with her gift for clear and sensitive description, Geraldine Lux Flanagan provides us with a truly compelling narrative, one that simultaneously sharpens our understanding and expands our sense of wonder. Over the first seven weeks we follow the amazing transformation of a minute cluster of cells to a fully formed, though tiny embryo. The timetable is no less dramatic for being predictable -- by Day 9 the foundation for the brain and nervous system will be detectable, by Day 25 the heart will be beating, by Day 28 the embryo will have recognizable arms, by Day 37 the nose will be seen in profile, and by Day 49 the bone marrow cells appear and the baby is essentially complete. Thereafter development is measured in weeks and become subject to individual differences. We discover how the baby's senses respond to, and are influenced by, the world outside. We learn about, and see, a constant repertoire of movements that seems to contradict the traditional view of the slumbering fetus. As the author says, "The legendary curled-up fetal position exists only in our imagination; the baby does not seem to know if it." The magical combination of worlds and images in Beginning Life will ensure its status as a classic work of reference that will surely claim a wide readership -- from young adults to parents-to-be.
Subjects
Embryology, Human -- Popular works.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
QM603 .F55 1996
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Date of Publication
1939
Format
Text
Author
Ellis, Havelock,
Place of Publication
Boston
Publisher
Houghton Mifflin Co
Date of Publication
1939
Physical Description
647 pages.
Format
Text
Subjects
Ellis, Havelock, -- 1859-1939.
Psychologists -- England -- Biography.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
Call Number
PR6009.L8 Z5 1939
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[written by] Winifred Kempton.
Date of Publication
c1988
Format
Moving image
Responsibility
[written by] Winifred Kempton.
Place of Publication
Santa Monica, Calif
Publisher
James Stanfield & Co
Date of Publication
c1988
Physical Description
547 slides : col. + 1 guidebook.
Format
Moving image
Notes
Title from guidebook.
"Sex education for persons with special needs."
Contents
pt. 1. Building self-esteem and establishing relationships--Pt. 2. Male social-sexual behavior--Pt. 3. Female social-sexual behavior--Pt. 4. Dating--Pt. 5. Marriage--Pt. 6. Parenting--Pt. 7. Preventing/Coping with sexual abuse.
Summary
A teaching program on sex education designed for persons of all intellectual levels who have problems in learning. Could be used with the developmentally, intellectually, emotionally and mentally disabled. Could also be helpful to the physically disabled, such as hearing impaired.
Subjects
Sex instruction for people with disabilities.
People with disabilities
Additional Author
Kempton, Winifred.
Stanfield, James.
Additional Corporate Author
Stanfield Film Associates.
Collection
Wolfgram Memorial Lbrary Collection
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