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Practical Paranoia IOS 12 Security Essentials

Practical Paranoia IOS 12 Security Essentials Author : Marc Mintz
Release : 2018-09-30
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN : 9781727693294
File Size : 87.86 MB
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New edition, completely updated for IOS 12. The best-selling, easiest, step-by-step, most comprehensive guide to securing your home or business iPhones and iPads. Official workbook for the Practical Paranoia: Security Essentials Workshop, STEM and college cybersecurity courses. Designed for instructor-led and self-study. The entire course is contained within the book. Includes all instructor presentations, hands-on assignments, links to all software, and security checklist. You don't need to be paranoid to know they are out there to get your device, data, communications, and identity. * 3,000,000 phones were stolen or lost in the US last year. * Malicious attacks have started on iOS. * Hundreds of eyes may be able to see your name and password, along with the contents of every email you send. * Once the bad guy has his hands on your iPhone or iPad, it takes under one minute to bypass your password to gain access to all your data. * With a slight bit of social engineering, your iCloud, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, and other social media accounts, along with all your data, is freely accessible. * Through PRISM and other avenues, our government has access to your online browsing and email history. You don't need to be an Apple Genius to protect your system! In this easy, step-by-step guide, CIO, Security Specialist, and Certified Apple Consultant Marc L. Mintz takes any iOS user-from the novice with no technical skills, to experienced IT professional-through the process of fully encrypting and hardening the security of their device, data, email, documents, network, instant messaging, iCloud, browsing, and entire Internet experience. Guaranteed to be the easiest to follow and most comprehensive iPhone and iPad cybersecurity book available.

The Elements Of Practical Psycho-Analysis

The Elements Of Practical Psycho-Analysis Author : Bousfield, Paul
Release : 2013-11-05
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 113633856X
File Size : 73.68 MB
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First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Practical Psychiatry of Old Age

Practical Psychiatry of Old Age Author : John Wattis
Release : 2006
Publisher : Radcliffe Publishing
ISBN : 9781857757965
File Size : 72.41 MB
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This is a practical guide specifically for midwives on getting involved in clinical effectiveness and clinical governance. It develops the information and ideas of "Clinical Effectiveness and Clinical Governance Made Easy", second edition, and aims to increase the awareness of, and skills in, an evidence based approach to the practice and delivery of healthcare in midwifery. The workbook approach engages the reader in thought-provoking programmes of work, giving realistic advice on collecting, evaluating, interpreting and applying evidence. The book includes examples specific to the needs of midwives, and links to useful websites for midwives and nursing on-line journals.

Practical Cryptography

Practical Cryptography Author : Niels Ferguson
Release : 2003-04-17
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
File Size : 55.68 MB
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Discusses how to choose and use cryptographic primitives, how to implement cryptographic algorithms and systems, how to protect each part of the system and why, and how to reduce system complexity and increase security.

The Practical Guide to the Genetic Family History

The Practical Guide to the Genetic Family History Author : Robin L. Bennett
Release : 2011-09-20
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 1118209818
File Size : 59.30 MB
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HELPS YOU DEVELOP AND ASSESS PEDIGREES TO MAKE DIAGNOSES, EVALUATE RISK, AND COUNSEL PATIENTS The Second Edition of The Practical Guide to the Genetic Family History not only shows how to take a medical-family history and record a pedigree, but also explains why each bit of information gathered is important. It provides essential support in diagnosing conditions with a genetic component. Moreover, it aids in recommending genetic testing, referring patients for genetic counseling, determining patterns of inheritance, calculating risk of disease, making decisions for medical management and surveillance, and informing and educating patients. Based on the author's twenty-five years as a genetic counselor, the book also helps readers deal with the psychological, social, cultural, and ethical problems that arise in gathering a medical-family history and sharing findings with patients. Featuring a new Foreword by Arno Motulsky, widely recognized as the founder of medical genetics, and completely updated to reflect the most recent findings in genetic medicine, this Second Edition presents the latest information and methods for preparing and assessing a pedigree, including: Value and utility of a thorough medical-family history Directed questions to ask when developing a medical-family history for specific disease conditions Use of pedigrees to identify individuals with an increased susceptibility to cancer Verification of family medical information Special considerations when adoptions or gamete donors are involved Ethical issues that may arise in recording a pedigree Throughout the book, clinical examples based on hypothetical families illustrate key concepts, helping readers understand how real issues present themselves and how they can be resolved. This book will enable all healthcare providers, including physicians, nurses, medical social workers, and physician assistants, as well as genetic counselors, to take full advantage of the pedigree as a primary tool for making a genetic risk assessment and providing counseling for patients and their families.

The Practical Handbook of Clinical Gerontology

The Practical Handbook of Clinical Gerontology Author : Laura L. Carstensen
Release : 1996-06-24
Publisher : SAGE Publications, Incorporated
File Size : 30.9 MB
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Providing a unique combination of perspectives, treatment approaches and expertise, The Practical Handbook of Clinical Gerontology explores issues relevant to practitioners who work with the elderly. In 22 accessible chapters, renowned contributors - representing fields such as psychology, medicine, neuropsychology, nursing and law - examine what is known about specific disorders and discuss treatment techniques and the development of intervention plans.

The American Journal of Psychiatry

The American Journal of Psychiatry Author :
Release : 1921
Publisher :
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Practical Forensic Psychiatry

Practical Forensic Psychiatry Author : Tom Clark
Release : 2011-03-01
Publisher : CRC Press
ISBN : 1444149768
File Size : 67.62 MB
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Succinct, structured, and focused, this book concentrates on the key facts and practical day-to-day issues vital to forensic psychiatry. Includes fact-oriented practical advice and clinically relevant examples Reflects current practice and the latest laws Provides tips on testifying in legal matters Features a clear bullet point style to help readers find key facts at a glance An essential purchase for trainees in psychiatry, the book is ideal both fact-oriented exam preparation. It is also valuable as a quick clinical reference for practising consultant psychiatrists and other mental health professionals working in forensic psychiatry, including mental health nurses, social workers, psychologists, and occupational therapists.

A Practical Casebook of Time-Limited Psychoanalytic Work

A Practical Casebook of Time-Limited Psychoanalytic Work Author : Robert Waska
Release : 2013-05-29
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 1134090234
File Size : 42.42 MB
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Modern Kleinian Therapy is a model of effective psychoanalytic work that offers relief to deep internal conflicts by establishing and maintaining analytic contact, and beginning to unravel, modify, and heal turbulent and torn minds. This book defines Modern Kleinian Therapy as a modality for treating severely affected patients in a fairly traditional psychoanalytic manner, even when the environment or frequency of sessions are compromised. Chapter by chapter the book provides detailed clinical material to illustrate the complex dynamics that unfold when working with more closed off patients, and each case report shows the often limited clinical situations that the contemporary analyst must contend with. The book's detailed material serves to emphasize the nature of psychoanalytic work with individuals and couples, who otherwise rarely find their way to healthy attachment or reciprocal whole object relational harmony. Included in the book: * Technical and theoretical methods of Modern Kleinian Therapy * Psychoanalytic treatments to modify internal object relational conflicts * The Modern Kleinian Therapy approach to couple's treatment * The value of analytic contact. A Practical Casebook of Time-Limited Psychoanalytic Work: A Modern Kleinian Approach introduces new aspects of Kleinian work and offers a contemporary view on Kleinian techniques and concepts. It will be valuable reading for psychotherapists, mental health workers, and psychoanalytic therapists.

Practical Skills and Clinical Management of Alcoholism and Drug Addiction

Practical Skills and Clinical Management of Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Author : Samuel Obembe
Release : 2012
Publisher : Elsevier
ISBN : 0123985188
File Size : 84.23 MB
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This insightful book is a synoptic presentation of Causes and Treatment of Alcoholism and Drug Addiction. It gives an insight into Alcoholism and Drug Addiction genetic and/or acquired etiologies through researched studies that draw the conclusion that Addiction is a disease/ medical condition. It features the treatment from detox followed by psychotherapy with evidence based practices and supported by Aftercare programs to maintain sobriety and recovery. An insight into Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Psychotherapy with evidence based practices Aftercare programs Classification and effects of psychoactive drugs Drug screening procedures Motivational Interviewing Causes and Treatment of Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Life and clinical experiences Culture and Drug Addiction Levels of Care in Structured Programs

Paranoia: A Study in Diagnosis

Paranoia: A Study in Diagnosis Author : A. Fried
Release : 2012-12-06
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN : 9401015066
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There is a curious parallel between the philosophy of science and psychiatric theory. The so-called demarcation question, which has exercised philosophers of science over the last decades, posed the problem of distinguishing science proper from non-science - in par ticular, from metaphysics, from pseudo-science, from the non rational or irrational, or from the untestable or the empirically meaningless. In psychiatric theory, the demarcation question appears as a problem of distinguishing the sane from the insane, the well from the mentally ill. The parallelism is interesting when the criteria for what fails to be scientific are seen to be congruent with the criteria which define those psychoses which are marked by cognitive failure. In this book Dr Yehuda Fried and Professor Joseph Agassi - a practicing psychiatrist and a philosopher of science, respectivel- focus on an extreme case of psychosis - paranoia - as an essentially intellectual disorder: that is, as one in which there is a systematic and chronic delusion which is sustained by logical means. They write: "Paranoia is an extreme case by the very fact that paranoia is by definition a quirk of the intellectual apparatus, a logical delusion. " (p. 2.

Practical General Practice

Practical General Practice Author : Alex Khot
Release : 2011-11-18
Publisher : Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN : 0702049093
File Size : 52.92 MB
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Practical General Practice is a highly practical manual, specifically designed for use during the consultation process. Containing over 1000 conditions, the unique underlying structure of the book allows the GP to see immediately what treatment is recommended and why. All recommendations are highly specific - giving a firm guide to the GP during the consultation process rather than a list of possibilities that the GP might wish to consider. Bullet points for action which give the GP an immediate summary of the issues that must be covered in the consultation. Bullet points of the key evidence which justifies those recommendations. All chapters thoroughly revised, to reflect changes in the evidence, and in major guidelines, since the last edition. NNT values provided when available

Paranoia and Modernity

Paranoia and Modernity Author : John Farrell
Release : 2006
Publisher : Cornell University Press
ISBN : 9780801444104
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Paranoia, suspicion, and control have preoccupied key Western intellectuals since the sixteenth century. Paranoia is a dominant concern in modern literature, and its peculiar constellation of symptoms - grandiosity, suspicion, unfounded hostility, delusions of persecution and conspiracy - are nearly obligatory psychological components of the modern hero. How did paranoia come to the center of modern moral and intellectual consciousness? In Paranoia and Modernity, John Farrell brings literary criticism, psychology, and intellectual history to the attempt at an answer. He demonstrates the connection between paranoia and the long history of struggles over the question of agency - the extent to which we are free to act and responsible for our actions. He addresses a wide range of major authors from the late Middle Ages to the eighteenth century, among them Luther, Bacon, Cervantes, Descartes, Hobbes, Pascal, La Rochefoucauld, Swift, and Rousseau.