Bruce M. Hood

Bruce M. Hood - Supersenso. Perchè crediamo nell'incredibile  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by SSCN1926 at Oct. 8, 2015
Bruce M. Hood - Supersenso. Perchè crediamo nell'incredibile

Bruce M. Hood - Supersenso. Perchè crediamo nell'incredibile
Italian | Il Saggiatore | 2010 | EPUB | Pages 345 | ASIN: B007PID7QE | 6.95 Mb
Principles of Osteoarthritis – Its Definition, Character, Derivation and Modality-Related Recognition by Bruce M. Rothschild

Principles of Osteoarthritis – Its Definition, Character, Derivation and Modality-Related Recognition by Bruce M. Rothschild
English | February, 2012 | ISBN 13: 9789535100638 | 602 Pages | PDF | 47 MB

This volume addresses the nature of the most common form of arthritis in humans. If osteoarthritis is inevitable (only premature death prevents all of us from being afflicted), it seems essential to facilitate its recognition, prevention, options, and indications for treatment.

Bruce M. Sullivan, "Historical Dictionary of Hinduism" (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at May 8, 2013
Bruce M. Sullivan, "Historical Dictionary of Hinduism" (repost)

Bruce M. Sullivan, "Historical Dictionary of Hinduism"
Publisher: Scarecrow Press | 1997 | ISBN: 0810833271 | English | PDF | 361 pages | 18.51 Mb

With a history of over three and a half millennia, and over 800 million adherents, Hinduism is one of the world's largest and most diverse religious traditions. The Historical Dictionary of Hinduism presents the Hindu religious tradition's major events, individuals, texts, sects, and concepts in the context of its historical development through various periods. …
The Science of Superstition: How the Developing Brain Creates Supernatural Beliefs (Repost)

The Science of Superstition: How the Developing Brain Creates Supernatural Beliefs By Bruce M. Hood
2010 | 302 Pages | ISBN: 0061452653 | EPUB + MOBI | 2 MB
The Science of Superstition: How the Developing Brain Creates Supernatural Beliefs (Repost)

The Science of Superstition: How the Developing Brain Creates Supernatural Beliefs By Bruce M. Hood
2010 | 302 Pages | ISBN: 0061452653 | EPUB + MOBI | 2 MB
The Science of Superstition: How the Developing Brain Creates Supernatural Beliefs

The Science of Superstition: How the Developing Brain Creates Supernatural Beliefs By Bruce M. Hood
2010 | 302 Pages | ISBN: 0061452653 | EPUB + MOBI | 1 MB + 1 MB

Supersense: Why We Believe in the Unbelievable (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by roxul at Nov. 29, 2014
Supersense: Why We Believe in the Unbelievable (Repost)

Bruce M. Hood, "Supersense: Why We Believe in the Unbelievable"
English | 2009 | ISBN-10: 1849010307, 0061452645 | 320 pages | EPUB, MOBI, PDF | 3,8 MB

Supersense: Why We Believe in the Unbelievable  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Dec. 14, 2013
Supersense: Why We Believe in the Unbelievable

Bruce M. Hood, "Supersense: Why We Believe in the Unbelievable"
2009 | ISBN-10: 1849010307, 0061452645 | 320 pages | EPUB, MOBI, PDF | 3,8 MB

Robin Hood: the Legend of Sherwood (2002)  Games

Posted by Lebedev30 at Feb. 21, 2017
Robin Hood: the Legend of Sherwood (2002)

Robin Hood: the Legend of Sherwood (2002)
PC Game | Developer: Spellbound Entertainment AG / Anuman Interactive | 576.6 MB
Languages: Audio and text: Deutsch, English, español, français
Rating: PEGI Rating: 12+ (with Violence)
Version GOG: 2.0.0.12
Genre: Strategy - Real-time - Tactical
Cat Stevens – Numbers (1975) A&M Records/SP 4555 – Original US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Cat Stevens – Numbers
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz
Mastered By Bernie Grundman
Label: A&M Records/SP 4555 | Release: 1975 | Genre: Folk-Rock

Things aren’t going well for Cat Stevens on the planet, ah, polyethylene. Critics keep asking: would you buy a used I Ching from this man? Since Tea for the Tillerman, affirmation has been doubtful. Never a deep thinker and rarely a master of words, Stevens has now turned to the “majik” of numerology, only to have the melodies disappear down the decimal point. In fact, “Call Me Zero” would have been a perfect title for Numbers, an album so breathtakingly stupid that even the most loyal fan could count its merits without using any of the fingers on either hand.