This collection of chapters is intended to help expand, organize, and enhance understanding of the scientific and clinical relevance of vestibular-related research. Articles present a well-developed body of research with both clinical and theoretical implications, including a variety of studies contributed by individuals from different backgrounds and with diverse orientations. This collection contains anatomical investigations, analyses of instruments designed to clinically assess spedcific functions, descriptive bahavioral studies, intervention research, literature reviews and analyses which place the existing research within the broader contex of scientific literature.
Five odd stories for children combined into one collection. Follow the tales of anti-heroes through misadventures and mishaps. Nanoworms, zombies, a panda, a phairyphant, and Steampunk animals share their adventures across the pages. "Phairyphant" Mystical phairyphants have existed since the days of wooly mammoths and mastodons. Phairydust allows them to fly on gossamer wings while they sniff the air for opportunities to make the world a better place for elephants. This is the story of Elly, one such phairyphant. "Naughty Nanoworms" Life on the streets is generally peaceful for Albert, but one day Albert walks his way into trouble. Will he keep his shopping cart? Will Meezer the cat come up with a plan to destroy the world? Can a shopping cart and a skateboard ever get along? "Zachary Zombie and the Wicked Worm" Zachary Zombie has been sent to find the magical Dagger of Gik, accompanied by three fellow zombies. What dangers await the rotting zombies? Who will lose the most body parts? And who, what, or where in the world is Gik? "Steampunk Roo" Steampunk animals roam the wild Outback of Australia, but horrible news has come that someone is destroying water stops that keep the Steampunk animals running. It's up to Steampunk Roo to bring an end to the terrible destruction! "Pow the Panda, The Case of the Rainbow Dragon" In the fantastically roaring year of 1925, business is good for a hard-working private eye in Chinatown. When trouble shows up, a girl named Opal, a gorilla, a bear, a bed and bunch of bad puns join it. Pow is left with the Case of the Rainbow Dragon.
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