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• (6/21/2011)
Too many people, too few people; inspiring young people; examples of interesting educational activities (roughly scaling up by participant count); new opportunities for cyberinfrastructure at the campus, national, and ...
• (American Folklore Society, 2016)
During the second five days (July 1-5) of the 2015 Smithsonian Folklife Festival, a team of anthropologists/educators from the University of Pittsburgh, working on behalf of the American Folklore Society's Consultancy and ...
• (American Physical Society, 2012)
We report a study of the intensity and time dependence of scintillation produced by weak $\alpha$ -particle sources in super fluid helium in the presence of an electric field (0-45 kV/cm) in the temperature range of 0.2 ...
• (2013-04)
This study examined the effects of physical activity, improved positive emotion and decreased negative emotion in individuals living with a severe mental illness (SMI). Aquatic activities were chosen as the physical activity. ...
• (2010-05)
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM: The problem of this study was to (a) assess the effect of playing cards on the level of perception of life satisfaction and self-esteem in older adults and (b) determine if there was any difference ...
• ([Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University, 2015-06)
This dissertation investigates the acquisition of a dialect-specific phonological variant by American English-speaking L2 learners of Spanish who study abroad for one semester in the target dialect region compared to L2 ...
• (2016-05)
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM: Lateral ankle sprains are one of the most common orthopedic injuries experienced by active individuals. Deleterious effects of swelling within the ankle joint include pain and reduced functionality ...
• (2011-05)
The purpose of this investigation was: 1) to determine if implement assisted soft tissue mobilization techniques influence iliotibial band flexibility, and 2) to determine if differences exist between methods of implement ...
• (2013-07)
The purpose of this investigation was: 1) to determine if Graston Technique (GT) is effective in increasing hip adduction ROM and 2) to determine if GT is effective in increasing hip abduction strength. Prior to beginning ...
• (2014-05)
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of a Kinesio tape (KT) technique on balance performance in subjects with chronic ankle instability 1. Thirty participants with CAI (12 males, 18 females, 20.4±2.0 yrs; ...
• (American Physical Society, 2012)
The dependence of the confinement transition parameters on the fermion content provides information on the mechanism of confinement. Recent progress in lattice gauge theories has allowed us to study it for a light flavor ...
• (2013-03)
This paper investigates the differential effects of cross-border mergers & acquisitions (M&As) and greenfield investment on income distribution within the host country. Using a sample of 93 countries from 1990-2009, our ...
• (Indiana University Cyclotron Facility, 1996)
• (Indiana University Cyclotron Facility, 1995)
• (Informa Healthcare, 1999)
Some studies suggest that religious variables are associated with substance use and abuse however, they tend to be compartmentalized into alcohol, tobacco, or illicit drugs. Few have examined both licit and illicit drugs. ...
• (2017-05-02)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of self-evaluation, self-recording along with self-listening, and modeling on second graders’ melodic singing accuracy. Pre- and post-treatment singing voice ...
• (The Chemical Society of Japan, 2012)
The effects of adding an “inversely antagonistic” salt, tetraphenylphosphonium chloride ($\text{PPh}_{4}\text{Cl}$), to a binary mixture of deuterated water and 3-methylpyridine were investigated by visual inspection and ...
• (7/20/2015)
Purpose: To document, validate, and corroborate effect size (ES) for single-subject design in treatment of children with functional phonological disorders; to evaluate potential child-specific contributing variables ...
• (Informa Healthcare, 2011)
The purpose of this article is to motivate the use of effect size (ES) for single-subject research in clinical phonology, with an eye towards meta-analyses of treatment effects for children with phonological disorders. ...
• (2012-05-09)