When he first started playing golf, Ricardo Sosapavon found little, if any, information in books that would actually help a beginning golfer-most books were too technical for the beginner or assumed the reader already has some familiarity with the game. This became the inspiration for I Love Golf! A Survival Guide for Beginners, a well-crafted, fun, and easy-to-understand golf instructional for anyone who is new to the game. I Love Golf! is written in a fun and informative way-golf lingo and concept are translated into every-day language so the reader can easily understand, and starts at the very beginning, giving detailed explanations of basic concepts such as: A thorough explanation of the game Easy-to-understand instructions and diagrams Suggestions on how to avoid embarrassment as a beginner Great anecdotes from the author's experiences as a golfer Tips for mastering the mental game I Love Golf! is the perfect book for anyone who wants to learn the game."
Psychological research on children with mental and physical handicaps began two hundred years ago. Its major development awaited the maturation of psychology as an empirical science and of social movements for child welfare and education. This book is a record of the research accomplished in the 1980s. While at the end of the 19th century, behavioral research on handicapped children could at best be characterized as pioneering; by the beginning of the 1990s, it had become a vigorous activity with scientists producing hundreds of articles a year. The result has been a level of detail in theory and factual support that was not previously available.