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  • Esperandio, Mary Rute Gomes; Ladd, Kevin (2015)
    Research concerning the relation between physical health and prayer typically employs an outcome oriented paradigm and results are inconsistent. This is not surprising since prayer per se is not governed by physiological ...
  • Doerscher, Kathy (2015)
    Proper nutrition can prevent deficiencies and relieve people of the increasing need for medical and dental services. Prevention is the processes involved in achieving and sustaining good physical health. A change in a ...
  • Mantiziba, Nyaradzo (Indiana University South Bend Undergraduate Research Conference, 2014-03-28)
    It is only in recent decades that interest in understanding the relationship between religion and health has reawakened in scientific and academic spheres. According to Wulff (cited by Duriez, Soenens, & Hustebaut, 2005), ...
  • Khalid, Al-asmari (Indiana University South Bend, 2006-12)
    This project was an attempt to develop the Informatics Plasma Display News Server (IPDNS) used to drive the plasma display operated by the Informatics at Indiana University South Bend. The target software was designed to ...
  • Anastasio, Michelle (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-04-19)
    Report of a research project using interpretation of text messages to determine why differences exist in the methods in which Traditional and Non-Traditional students learn.
  • Gillan, Amy; Hebert, Terri (Science and Children, 2014)
  • Truong, Hung Quoc (Indiana University South Bend, 2009-05-18)
    Academic advising is an important activity of an academic institution. It guides the students to explore potential careers, academic disciplines and opportunities in the college environment. An accurate and full featured ...
  • Schjoedt, Leon (The International Journal of Management and Business, 2012-12)
    In this study the relationships between four core job characteristics (autonomy, task variety, task identity, and feedback) and job stress are examined for 192 novice and 229 repeat entrepreneurs. Autonomy was a significant ...
  • Althobaiti, Nada (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-01-01)
    Retaining teachers in their early professional stages or afterwards is a major issue that raises concerns. The resilience of college professors in respect to what motivates their retention in their various educational ...
  • Balthaser, Benjamin (Criticism, 2012)
    Scenes from Richard Wright's Native Son (1940) could be read as pointed satire of the documentary aesthetic, and easily be taken as Wright's final statement on the 1930s radical documentary. Balthaser argues that 12 Million ...
  • Nogueira Joyce, Samantha (International Journal of Communication, 2013)
    This article addresses the inherent bias in Brazilian telenovelas’ representations of homosexual love. Medium- and genre-specific biases such as the visuality of telenovelas are powerful limiting agents of representation. ...
  • Desrosiers, Lauren (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-01-13)
    Otolaryngologists are just now beginning to recognize the role reflux has in otolaryngologic disease. Laryngopharyngeal reflux disease (LPR) is a sub-class of Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), which is defined as ...
  • Alvarado, Amanda (2007-08)
    The events of September 11, 2001 have changed the way Americans view terror and terrorism forever. The events of this one day made a type of destruction Americans had only read about previously a reality in our own home. ...
  • Vandenberg, Dennis (Indiana University South Bend, 2012)
    This thesis develops an in-depth mathematical description of the cross-ambiguity function. The cross-ambiguity function is a time (𝜏) and frequency (𝜈) analysis technique employed to solve many signal processing problems ...
  • Gonzalez, Brenda; Duncan, Brittany; Yelibi, Cyrrille; Yuen, Stephen; Schnabel, Andrew (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-10)
    In a mixed mating system, plants use both self- and cross-pollination to produce seeds. Observations of pollinator behavior from populations of two Kenyan Hibiscus species suggest that H. aponeurus uses self-pollination ...
  • Colborn, Nancy (LOEX Quarterly, 2014-09)
    Results of a experiment with the flipped classroom model in a college Information Literacy class, where "face-to-face students work through the online course modules ahead of class time and then use the in-class time (50 ...
  • Ladd, Kevin L.; Cook, Cara A.; Foreman, Kaitlyn M.; Ritter, Erik A. (Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 2015-05)
    Studies investigating the brain in relation to religious experiences via neuroimaging tools have increased considerably. Most assume without verification that religious experience (e.g., prayer) while inside an imaging ...
  • Balthaser, Benjamin (Reviews in Cultural Theory, 2012)
    A review of Sarika Chandra's book Dislocalism: The Crisis of Globalization and the Remobilizing of Americanism, published by The Ohio State University Press in 2011.
  • Barrau, Oscar (The International Journal of the Book, 2012)
    Focused on a narrow idea of production that dismissed reception, critics and literary historians searched the origins of Spanish-American literature within authorial margins and the limits of the modern notion of the text. ...
  • Fox, Mark; Kempiak, Mike (First Monday, 2006-07)
    Online Grocery Shopping: Consumer Motives, Concerns, and Business Models by Mike Kempiak and Mark A. Fox Dot.com entrepreneurs failed spectacularly in their attempts to create e-grocery companies. This paper examines ...

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