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1. From Ballet to the Batcave and
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2. Advocacy, Counselling and Mediation
 
3. Elder Abuse and Mediation: Exploratory
 
4. Learning for Life
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5. Elvis Presley: Silver Screen Icon:
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6. Learning for Life: A Handbook
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7. Peacemaking for Churches: A Bible-Based
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8. FILMFAX #51 MAGAZINE (July/Aug
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9. People From Christian County,
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10. Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo Dancers:
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11. Yvonne Craig
12. Starlet Biographies, Filmographies,
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13. Femme Fatales Magazine (January
 
14. ADVOCACY COUNSELLING AND MEDIATIO
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15. Psychological Aspects Associated
 
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17. October (Fall 1979)
 
18. Dore to Manapouri: the Development
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19. People From Craig County, Oklahoma:

1. From Ballet to the Batcave and Beyond
by Yvonne Craig
Paperback: 205 Pages (2000-09)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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A humorous but extremely candid autobiographyencompassing Ms. Craig's show business career.Starting as theyoungest member of the famed Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo and segueingto a Hollywood movie and TV career, she shares her experiences both onand offscreen with Elvis, Bill Bixby, Howard Hughes, Mort Sahl, JamesCoburn and numerous others.Ms. Craig appeared as the green Orionslave girl in Star Trek as well as playing "Batgirl" in the Batman TVseries. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars a good effort from a classy woman
From Elvis to Howard Hughes to Batman to Spock, Yvonne Craig has led an interesting life.She retells her story, although not quite bringing it to a really interesting level.I was left wanting just a bit more, as Ms. Craig worked and socialized with many legendary figures.She does a solid job of recapping her life, but always seems to be holding back some interesting details.
Of course, that is her choice and maybe that is exactly how she wanted it.She discusses ballet, Batgirl, Star Trek, working with Elvis and other aspects of her life.She paints a pretty good picture of her life.
Having met Ms. Craig several times, I think this book is an excellent reflection of her personality.She is open, funny and honest about the general stuff, but politely quiet about other things.In a way, it is refreshing not to read a tell-all.

5-0 out of 5 stars Witty memoir from the original Dominoed Dare-Doll
This is a cut above the standard Hollywood autobiography, probably due in large part to Yvonne Craig's being a cut above your standard issue Hollywood starlet.Unaffected and welcoming in person, this book is the next best thing to a good long chat with TV's Batgirl.If you're as interested in Yvonne the person as in Batgirl thecomic book icon, then you'll be more than rewarded for your time.NOTE: this book is also available new through Yvonne Craig's website, www.yvonnecraig.com, which I feel obligated to mention due to some used book dealershere trying to con people out of $200.Her fans don't deserve to be preyed upon in this fashion.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Joy To Read
Before opening Yvonne Craig's book "From Ballet To The Batcave And Beyond," I had read all the comments by readers, who had complained that too much of the book dealt with the ballet and with people whom Ms. Craig met while making movies and doing guest appearances on old television shows.Some seemed disappointed that there was nothing risque or "juicy," and that too many chapters were dedicated to subjects in which people who would read an Yvonne Craig autobiography would not be interested.I also read that there wasn't enough in the book about the "Batman" series. So, quite frankly, being a HUGE "Batman" fan, I half-expected to be bored by much, if not most, of this book.
WRONG!
Ms. Craig has such a delightful writing style, intelligence, a great vocabulary and a wonderful sense of humor, that I found the ENTIRE book just a JOY to read. So much so, that I, who know nothing about, and have virtually no interest in, the ballet, found even *those* sections of the book interesting and entertaining. And, although I am not what one might call an "animal lover," I immensely enjoyed her chapter dedicated to the animals in her life through the years.
Even her literary treatments of those individuals in Hollywood of whom she does not or did not seem to think very highly -- Lee Majors, Rudy Vallee, William Shatner, Charles Bronson -- were tasteful, and done with class and just the right amount of humor.

At the risk of sounding corny or something, it is apparent to me that there was once a May day when our Heavenly Father must have been quite pleased with this world, for on that day He gave us a most remarkable and special gift which we call "Yvonne."

5-0 out of 5 stars Honest Hollywood
Yvonne was as honest and candid as she could be in this book. Not many people writing their autobiography can do so without telling a bunch of "punched up" stories to sell copies. This is a true look at behind the scenes of some of the popular TV shows, and movies of their times. I laughed out loud more than once reading this book, and sure others will too, if the get her humor. How many people are willing to tell about Capt. Kirks "secret", or shed any light (however small) on Howard Huges?I waited awhile to read this one, and find it well worth the wait.

3-0 out of 5 stars Entertaining, well written, sometimes boring, but worthwhile
It's a fun read. I like the fact that Yvonne didn't use a co-writer like most celebs. Her words are all her own and she has an excellent vocabulary (though at times, using some pretentious adjectives, I thought; although perhaps this is her usual style of speaking, I dunno.) The most interesting parts of the book to me were her recollections of working on Batman and Star Trek, as well as the guest shots she did on such classic shows as Mod Squad and Dobie Gillis. It's great to have an insider's view of the stars and the shooting conditions, including her Elvis movies and her perspectives on his personality, which were fascinating. Personally, I would have preferred even more of that, especially the Batman days, because Batgirl is what Yvonne is mostly known for - she basically retired from show biz after that. Some of her memories are the same ones depicted by Adam West and Burt Ward in their books (with humorously different perspectives), and her memories of Batman's large list of guest star villains are opinionated but too few and too short. Also there's no annotated episode guide (probably because West did it first, and she was only in the last season) and only a few memories of specific episodes. I expected more of that stuff from her since I believed prior to purchase that the majority of the book would cover Batman. Instead, there are some chapters I didn't find very interesting (about ballet and such) and will skip in the future. To be fair, the word 'ballet' is in the title, after all - but I felt that too many chapters were devoted to things that the majority people who buy this book would not have a large degree of interest in.

Overall, Yvonne conveys the characteristics of being an astute, intelligent, earthy, and ego-free person who is not afraid to tell it like it is (or was) concerning the various celebrities she's worked with (especially Charles Bronson, Rudy Vallee, and William Shatner, all of whom she thought were jerks). Although I must add this: in West's book (and particularly Ward's), they humorously and candidly described a lot of their sexual escapades in those days, being members of "the beautiful elite" as they were at the time (as Yvonne was too), and those risque stories made their books more interesting. That kind of stuff is totally absent from Yvonne's memoirs. She seems to be rather like her Barbara Gordon character - prim and proper, at least as far as kissing and telling, and certainly in her use of 'colorful' language. The raciest she gets is to mention that Adam West once touched her breast, and that she wished Aaron Spelling (of all people) had asked her out! I suppose this is just me 'being a guy' (i.e. shallow), and if so, then Yvonne's book will primarily appeal to women, who probably don't want to hear the risque stuff. Perhaps I had the wrong preconception of what would be in the book, after reading West's and Ward's ego-filled (though entertaining) books and also seeing Yvonne's sexy open-legged cover shot. As it turns out, she's not interested in disclosing the types of things that they did, and she would prefer to talk about her ballet dancing and knitting. But that's fine; it's her book and her life after all, and she perhaps feels that those types of tales would be mere sales gimmicks. Or maybe there's no tales to tell! Anyway, she's candid in all other respects, has an endearing and down-to-earth style of writing, and devotes an adequate amount of time to Batman for the fans. She even divulges personal things like the fact that she can't swim and refers to herself as a "sinker", which I found touching since I'm the same way.

Yvonne's book is a worthwhile purchase and a good late-night read. An additional note: the book (at least my copy) is cheaply bound by Kudu Press. On the second reading, the pages, particularly the picture pages, started to fall out. The book really can't be bent very wide at all without this happening. It's not that uncommon, but a little annoying considering the rather high price for this paperback. ... Read more


2. Advocacy, Counselling and Mediation in Casework: Processes of Empowerment
Paperback: 256 Pages (1998-05-01)
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Advocacy, counselling and mediation are compared in this text as social processes of social empowerment. The contributors, who are all practitioners in their fields, examine the cultural and organizational contexts in which each of these media has developed, as well as their potential usefulness in casework. The chapters cover a number of areas of casework that cause particular concern including cultural and community conflict, work and post-traumatic stress management and health decision making, describing each in a multidisciplinary setting with case illustrations. Taking a socially inclusive approach, the book bases itself on principles which should promote positive action for social justice, as well as non-discriminatory, non-oppressive and non-stereotypical equal policies and practices. ... Read more


3. Elder Abuse and Mediation: Exploratory Studies in America, Britain and Europe
by Yvonne Joan Craig
 Hardcover: 218 Pages (1997-01)

Isbn: 1859726151
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Conceived and researched by old people themselves, this study explores abuse and mediation as interrelational. The text examines the implications for both public policy and planning. The work recognises the incompleteness of its own content and makes suggestions for further research. ... Read more


4. Learning for Life
by Yvonne Craig
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Isbn: 0826469310
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5. Elvis Presley: Silver Screen Icon: A Collection of Movie Posters
by Steve Templeton
Hardcover: 200 Pages (2002-08)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Elvis Book!
This book is a must for any Elvis fan. Just read the foreward by actress Yvonne Craig who co-starred in two of Elvis' movies. This book talks about his movie career like no other book has done.The information is fun and educational.The book is illustrated with magnificent, unique international posters.When reading the book, it is as enjoyable as your favorite childhood storybook because the illustrations describe what has been written. The collecting section gives the novice and experienced collector useful and valuable information.This section is unique in that it describes many of the U.S. movie posters but also features information about collecting foreign posters which is not readily available to the collector.Finally, there is a special pricing section for the American movie posters which shows the increase in prices from 1983 to 2002 for the Elvis posters. ... Read more


6. Learning for Life: A Handbook of Adult Religious Education (Mowbray Parish Handbooks)
by Yvonne Craig
Paperback: 144 Pages (1998-06-23)
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Providing guidance on how to grow and lead more stimulated lives, this work describes six models of adult learning and gives 25 methods by which adults learn. The book provides advice on planning religious educational events, sets out the pros and cons of ... Read more


7. Peacemaking for Churches: A Bible-Based Pastoral and Practical Guide (Suttons Old Photograph Series)
by Yvonne Craig
Paperback: 160 Pages (1999-05)
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Asin: 0281051771
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This book offers practical advice about how to deal with conflict in Christian groups. Yvonne Craig looks at common symptoms of conflict and shows how they can be an opportunity for growth and cooperative understanding, rather than discord. The author uses examples of conflicts in both the Old and New Testament, and parallels these with some modern examples. The book tells how to prevent disagreements escalating into press or litigation issues. ... Read more


8. FILMFAX #51 MAGAZINE (July/Aug 1995)(YVONNE CRAIG as "BATGIRL" COVER(Unusual Film & Television)
by Michael Stein
Paperback: Pages (1995)
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Rare FILMFAX #51 magazine (Jul/Aug 1995) with YVONNE CRAIG as tv's 'BATGIRL' cover! Articles include: Return of the B-Movie Babes, Barbara Steele on Steele, Ann Robinson, Jeanne Carmen, Mari Blanchard, Christine McIntyre, Patricia Medina, Hazel Court, Ruta Lee; Supper Summer Issue! & more! NICE COLLECTIBLE ITEM! ... Read more


9. People From Christian County, Illinois: Jon Corzine, Yvonne Craig, Edward Mills Purcell, Johnny Orr, Harry Forrester, Thomas H. Carter
Paperback: 82 Pages (2010-05-05)
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Jon Corzine, Yvonne Craig, Edward Mills Purcell, Johnny Orr, Harry Forrester, Thomas H. Carter, Harry Chiti, Tom Hunt, Herb Siegert, Warren Amling, George Lloyd, Charles Henderson, Vincent Sheean, Dick Klein, Brant Hansen, Don Murry, Ron Bontemps, Jeff Richey. Excerpt:Brant Hansen Brant Page Hansen (born October 11, 1969) is an American radio personality. Brant is currently morning show host on the Christian Hit Radio Satellite Network CHRSN. His show is heard nationally on over 50 radio stations in more than 20 states. Radio career beginnings Brant began his radio career as a talk radio host in his home state of Illinois . He left talk radio for contemporary Christian WBGL-FM in Champaign, IL. Brant left WBGL for KSBJ-FM in Houston, Texas . Prior to joining the CHRSN network, Brant hosted mornings on 88.1 WAY-FM in South Florida . Websites (URLs online) A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at Charles Henderson Charles Albert Henderson (14 January 1883 1957) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons . He was born in Pana, Illinois , United States and became a farmer by career. Henderson attended school in Newport, Nebraska and Alvin, Texas. He moved to Canada in 1908. He was first elected to Parliament at the Kindersley riding in the 1940 general election after unsuccessful campaigns there in 1930 and 1935. After one term in the House of Commons, he was defeated by Frank Jaenicke of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation in the 1945 federal election. References (URLs online) Websites (URLs online) A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at Date of birth: : February 11, 1934 (1934-02-11) Richard James Klein (born February 11, 1934 in Pana, Illinois ) is a former American football offensive lineman in the National Football League for the Chicago Bears an... ... Read more


10. Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo Dancers: Edouard Borovansky, Alicia Markova, Yvonne Craig, Rosella Hightower, Maria Tallchief, Irina Baronova
Paperback: 58 Pages (2010-09-15)
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Chapters: Edouard Borovansky, Alicia Markova, Yvonne Craig, Rosella Hightower, Maria Tallchief, Irina Baronova, Yvonne Chouteau, Wakefield Poole, Alexandra Danilova, Harold Lang, Marc Platt, Tatiana Riabouchinska, George Zoritch, Margery Beddow. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 57. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Edouard Borovansky (24 February 1902 18 December 1959) was a Czech-Australian ballet dancer, choreographer and director. After touring with Anna Pavlova's company, he and his wife settled in Australia where they established the Borovansky Ballet company. This company provided the foundation for modern ballet in Australia and was subsequently used as the basis for the first national Australian ballet company, the Australian Ballet which was established in 1962. Edouard Borovansky as The Strong Man in Le Beau Danube, Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, c.1935 National Library of AustraliaBorovansk√Ĺ was born on 24 February 1902 in Perov, Austro-Hungarian Empire. He was the seventh child of Frantiek Skeek, a railway clerk, and his wife Arnota, and was christened Eduard Josef. After graduating school he worked as an accountant before he was called up for military service in the Czechoslovak Air Force. In 1921, he joined the chorus of the Olomouc Opera Company as a baritone, however as he had an early gymnastic training he was transferred to the corps de ballet. In September 1923 he successfully auditioned for the Prague National Theatre where he began to work his way up the hierarchy before he gained a place in Anna Pavlova's touring company in 1928. He began his career as a dancer of character roles by changing his name to Borowanski. He first performed with the Pavlova Ballet in Hamburg, Germany. He then toured for seasons in Britain, South America and Asia. He first toured Austr...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=18228540 ... Read more


11. Yvonne Craig
Paperback: 98 Pages (2010-07-17)
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yvonne Joyce Craig (born May 16, 1937) is an American actress known for her role as Batgirl from the 1960s TV series Batman. Yvonne Craig was born in Taylorville, Illinois. She was originally trained to be a ballet dancer and was a member of the corps de ballet of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo in the 1950s. Gradually, she moved into acting, and in 1959 appeared in three films: The Young Land, The Gene Krupa Story, and Gidget. In 1960, she appeared as a busty young coed with Bing Crosby in High Time, where she met and married singer/actor Jimmy Boyd. In the following year, she appeared with Cesar Romero in Seven Women from Hell. Romero would later play one of the primary villains in Batman. Another connection to Batman occurred when Craig appeared in "The Case of the Lazy Lover", a 1958 episode of the television series Perry Mason, which also featured Neil Hamilton as her stepfather. Hamilton would later play her father in Batman. ... Read more


12. Starlet Biographies, Filmographies, Tv Credits and Photos of 54 Famous and Not S
by Kim With (Yvonne Craig, Foreword) Holston
Hardcover: Pages (1988)

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13. Femme Fatales Magazine (January 1999 - Volume 7 No. 10) Yvonne Craig "Batgirl" Cover
by Carrie Fisher, Julie Newmar, Jodie Foster, Irish McCalla
Paperback: 62 Pages (1999)
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14. ADVOCACY COUNSELLING AND MEDIATIO
by Yvonne Joan Craig
 Paperback: Pages (1998-01-01)

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15. Psychological Aspects Associated With Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation: New Directions and Best Evidence
Hardcover: 286 Pages (2009-02-28)
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This book introduces and discusses the complex psychosocial aspects related to SCI and its management and rehabilitation. SCI results in devastating consequences, and SCI people need to draw upon their every available strength to cope successfully with their injury. The rehabilitation of SCI is also complex and costly, and there are many issues that need to be understood and addressed on the ward as well as into the long-term following their release into the community.This book will, therefore, present detail on all the pertinent issues that health professional need to be aware of when they deal with people who have suffered a SCI. Its purpose is also to assist healthy professionals improve their management techniques and introduce them to latest knowledge about how to best help SCI persons. This purpose is achieved by inviting world leading researchers and clinicians to contribute to a state of the art book on SCI rehabilitation and the psychological issues concerned. Often competing books ignore the psychosocial factors, and this is a real deficit and ignorance of the psychological factors can impede rehabilitation. ... Read more


16. Classroom experiments: not just fun and games.: An article from: Economic Inquiry
by Yvonne Durham, Thomas McKinnon, Craig Schulman
 Digital: 39 Pages (2007-01-01)
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This digital document is an article from Economic Inquiry, published by Thomson Gale on January 1, 2007. The length of the article is 11434 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

From the author: The impact of classroom experiments on student performance, attitudes towards economics, and retention is examined. Experiments increase cognitive gains overall but may be more helpful in teaching some topics than others. The size of the impact varies with preferred learning style. Multimodal and kinesthetic learners are significantly affected, while read-write learners fare just as well with the traditional lecture/discussion format. Attitudes towards economics and retention of economic knowledge are also improved by classroom experiments. The results indicate that the costs of implementing experiments hi the classroom may very well be offset by the benefits to students. (JEL A22, C90)

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Title: Classroom experiments: not just fun and games.
Author: Yvonne Durham
Publication: Economic Inquiry (Magazine/Journal)
Date: January 1, 2007
Publisher: Thomson Gale
Volume: 45Issue: 1Page: 162(17)

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17. October (Fall 1979)
by Hubert Damisch, Trisha Brown, Yvonne Rainer, Babette Mangolte, Daniel Buren, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Richard Serra, ClaraWeyergraf, Birgit Pelzer, Craig Owens
 Paperback: Pages (1979)

Asin: B000J41UL0
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18. Dore to Manapouri: the Development of Tourism in Early Fiordland
by Yvonne Dore
 Paperback: 192 Pages (1992-12-31)

Isbn: 0908629397
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19. People From Craig County, Oklahoma: Phil Mcgraw, Grady Mcmurtry, Jim Edgar, Mike Synar, Joe Bauman, Yvonne Chouteau, Ralph Terry
Paperback: 58 Pages (2010-09-15)
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Chapters: Phil Mcgraw, Grady Mcmurtry, Jim Edgar, Mike Synar, Joe Bauman, Yvonne Chouteau, Ralph Terry, James S. Davenport, Thomas Alberter Chandler, Jay Red Eagle, Mike Elmore. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 57. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Phillip Calvin McGraw (born September 1, 1950), best known as Dr. Phil, is an American television personality, author, and former psychologist, currently the host of his own television show, Dr. Phil, which debuted in 2002. McGraw first gained celebrity status with appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show in the late 1990s. McGraw was born in Vinita, Oklahoma, the son of Jerry (née Stevens) and Joe McGraw. He grew up with two older sisters, Deana and Donna, and younger sister Brenda in the oilfields of North Texas where his father was an equipment supplier. During McGraw's childhood, his family moved so his father could pursue a lifelong dream of becoming a psychologist. McGraw attended Shawnee Mission North High School in Overland Park, Kansas. In 1968, he was awarded a football scholarship to the University of Tulsa, where he played middle linebacker under Coach Glenn Dobbs. On November 23 of that year McGraw's team lost to the University of Houston 1006, which is one of the most lopsided games in college football history. Coach Dobbs retired after that season, and McGraw transferred to Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. McGraw graduated in 1975 from Midwestern State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. He went on to earn a master's degree in experimental psychology in 1976, and a Ph.D in clinical psychology in 1979 at the University of North Texas, where his dissertation was titled "Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Psychological Intervention." After run-ins with several faculty members, McGraw was guided throu...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=253413 ... Read more


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