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  • Susan, Ciancio (Ciancio, S. (2000) Schizophrenia: Etology and Prevention (unpublished master's thesis) Indiana University South Bend, South Bend, Indiana., 2000-12)
    Given the chronic and debilitating nature of schizophrenia, the major focus of researchers and clinicians has been to develop medications that will quiet its active symptoms, and this has been quite successful. However, ...
  • Gilvin, Nancy M. (Indiana University South Bend, 2007-05)
    The intention of this thesis is to trace the footsteps of women and men as they search for the divine feminine. This paper will review the words and writings of nuns, peasants, noblewomen, everyday women, as well as the ...
  • Bebout, Melissa (2011-08)
    While there have been many studies conducted measuring self-efficacy for special needs learners, African-American students, and second language learners in other countries, few studies have looked at how self-efficacy may ...
  • Nair, Murlidharan T (BioMed Central, 2009-11-01)
    Most eukaryotic DNA contained in the nucleus is packaged by wrapping DNA around histone octamers. Histones are ubiquitous and bind most regions of chromosomal DNA. In order to achieve smooth wrapping of the DNA around the ...
  • Butler, Karen (2014-05)
    In order to further this argument that Salome's character represents what all women faced, I will look specifically at how Cary uses a female Machiavelle, to add a feminine voice to dramatic literary dialogue, and, especially ...
  • Bollenbacher, Zak; Hong, Gihoon (The Empirical Economics Letters, 2014-09)
    This paper revisits the income maximization hypothesis on immigrant self-selection. The traditional Roy model predicts that negative selection would arise when income distribution in the source country becomes more unequal ...
  • Zhuang, Hong (Indiana Business Review, 2014)
    The South Bend-Mishawaka Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and Elkhart-Goshen MSA rebounded in 2014 with an expanded regional economy, a larger labor force, increased employment, a lower unemployment rate and a slowly ...
  • Finlay, S. Craig (Libres eJournal, 2014)
    The contents of a popular film and television video collection at a mid-sized university totaling 2,242 items were examined for availability and total number of checkouts on three major streaming services: Netflix, Hulu ...
  • Vaidyanathan, Ganesh; Sabbaghi, Ashgar; Fu, Yan (Issues in Information Systems, 2008)
    Integration and upgrade phases of an information systems project are as critical to an organization as the first time the system is implemented. In order to make the ex-post implementation of an IT project completely ...
  • Vaidyanathan, Ganesh; Sabbaghi, Asghar; Fu, Yan (International Association for Computer Information Systems, 2008)
    Integration and upgrade phases of an information systems project are as critical to an organization as the first time the system is implemented. In order to make the ex-post implementation of an IT project completely ...
  • Finlay, Craig (Journal of Humanistic and Social Studies, 2014-09)
    This paper proposes a revaluation of the critical consensus that societal fascination with zombies reflects collective concern regarding consumerism and conformity. This revaluation supposes instead that zombies speak to ...
  • Stein, Sorah (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-10-09)
    When working within sexual health and with people who engage in varying topographies of sexual behavior, the first thing to remember is that sex is behavior: it’s something we do and it follows the same rules as all other ...
  • Shlapentokh, Dmitry (Caucusus International, 2014)
    Since the beginning of his third term as president, Putin has promoted the creation of the “Eurasian Union” as one of Russia’s major foreign policy goals. In fact, what Moscow wants to construct is not much a neo-Soviet ...
  • Gilvary-Hamad, Heather (Indiana University South Bend, 2008-05)
    The idea of a project on cross cultural marriage came to me as a result of confronting the many stereotypes about both cross-cultural marriages in general and, more specifically, marriage between an American woman and a ...
  • Hilliker, Ashley (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-04-19)
    Test the hypothesis that there is a stigma attached to individuals with tattoos in the workplace.
  • Borger, Mary E. (Indiana University South Bend, 2013-01-13)
    Cooperative learning is a teaching strategy implemented in classrooms in order to prepare students for the future. It enables students to work together to accomplish common learning goals while increasing their understanding ...
  • Bennion, Elizabeth (Political Science Educator, 2013)
    The author reviews a series of election‐oriented events held on campus and discusses the importance of such activities to the role of being an educator.
  • Brumely, Ann E. (1992-07-16)
    After teaching literature for the past five years, I have found that many of the traditional teaching methods concerning classical literature are ineffective for the average and academically at-risk student. The students ...
  • Fox, Mark (First Monday, 2005-07)
    Considerable attention has been given to the legal implications arising from the distribution of music in a digital format via the Internet. However, less attention has been paid to the technological and social drivers of ...
  • Buszkiewicz, Leonard (2002-12)
    The purpose of this study is twofold. In short, the two parts might be called the world of Robert Frank and the work of Robert Frank. It has become almost obligatory to situate Frank within the context of the fifties as a ...

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