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Acknowledgments

The authors would like to thank the following colleagues who have reviewed the text and provided comprehensive feedback and suggestions for improving the material:

Neil Alperstein Loyola College
William Arden Augsburg College
Dan Bagley University of South Florida
Carl Bergemann Arapahoe Community College
Samuel Bradley Texas Tech University
Rusty Brooks Houston Baptist University
Janice Bukovac-Phelps Michigan State University
Yolanda Cal Florida International University–BBC campus
Patrali Chatterjee Montclair State University
Sudhir Chawla Angelo State University
David Fleming University of South Florida
Traci Freling University of Texas–Arlington
S. J. Garner Eastern Kentucky University
John Gaskins Longwood University
Donna Gray Butler University
Jacqueline Kacen University of Houston
Dee Knight University of North Texas
Barbara Lafferty University of South Florida
Dana Lanham University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Aron Levin Northern Kentucky University
Michael McBride Texas State University–San Marcos
Donn Miller-Kermani Brevard Community College
Jay Mower University of Houston
Darrel Muehling Washington State University
Tom Mueller University of Florida
Alex Ortiz Texas Tech University
Judy Oskam Texas State University
Becky Parker McLennan Community College
Nadia Pomirleanu University of Central Florida
Don Purdy University at Albany
Jodi Radosh Alvernia College
Richard Reso Tulane University
Kim Richmond Saint Joseph's University
Sonny Smith College of DuPage
Barry Solomon Florida State University
Melissa St. James California State University–Dominguez Hills
Jorge Villegas University of Florida
Rod Warnick University of Massachusetts–Amherst
Irene Wheeler Central Virginia Community College
Janice Williams University of Central Oklahoma
Janice Xu Cabrini College
Sukki Yoon Bryant University

In addition, a select group of instructors assisted the development of this material by actually using it in their classrooms. Their input, along with their students’ feedback, has provided us critical confirmation that the material is effective and impactful in the classroom:

Audrey Ashton-Savage University of New Hampshire
Carl Bergemann Arapahoe Community College
Rusty Brooks Houston Baptist University
Margaret Bruce Manchester Business School
Yolanda Cal Florida International University–BBC campus
Curtis Matthews Texas Tech University
Wendy Maxian Texas Tech University
Robert Meeds Texas Tech University
Donn Miller-Kermani Florida Institute of Technology
Tom Mueller University of Florida
Becky Parker McLennan Community College
Anthony Racka Siena Heights University
Jodi Radosh Alvernia University
Richard Reso Tulane University
Melissa St. James California State University–Dominguez Hills
Jorge Villegas University of Florida
Marc Weinberger University of Massachusetts
Janice Xu Cabrini University
Judith Zolkiewski Manchester Business School

The authors also appreciate the efforts of a fine group of instructors who have assisted the project by developing supplementary materials:

Rusty Brooks, Houston Baptist University, developed the Instructor’s Manual, Test Item File, Student Quizzes, and PowerPoint Lecture Slides.

Kim Richmond, Saint Joseph’s University, developed the Video Learning Segments and contributed visual and video segments to the text.