Elsevier added that this major reference work
is aimed at postgraduate students, cognitive scientists, neuroscientists, psychologists, psychiatrists, neurobiologists and neurologists.
The chair of nursing at Melbourne's Deakin University has just edited a Sage Library major reference work
, the three-volume Nursing Ethics.
Kerner's comprehensive monograph should easily establish itself as a major reference work
for critics working on Holocaust cinema who do not want to limit themselves to some few canonical texts.
It replaces the previous major reference work
, Colonel Richard Meinertzhagen's "Birds of Arabia" (1954).
This major reference work
presents detailed tables of statistics for all types of manufacturing production world wide.
This multivolume collection is sure to serve as a major reference work
for years to come.
He was an eminent veterinary virologist whose book, The Natural History of Rabies, the second edition of which was published in 1991, is the major reference work
in the field.
When Edmund Curll, Bookseller is accompanied by the promised analytic bibliography of Curll's publications, it will become a major reference work
Medical texts, including our own, concerning ethics, medicine and the law in South Africa are silent on the subject, (3,4) as are texts on British medical jurisprudence, taking as an example a major reference work
. (5) The websites of the Health Professions Council of South Africa (6) and the South African Medical Association (7) are also silent.
It stands as a major reference work
on Gardano's music editions, some of the most important sources of sixteenth-century music and is a remarkable study of Renaissance publishing.