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Improving small system transportation a focus on Fond Du Lac area transit
Public Transportation can mean many different things; it all depends on the person you ask. It could mean a way to school, work, doctors’ appointments, or lunch. However, to others it is a waste of federal, state, and local ...
LEAN PROCESSES IN MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT
Rereading female bodies in Little Snow-White: Independence and autonomy versus subjugation and invisibility
In this thesis, the circumstances and events that motivate the Queen to murder Snow-White are reexamined. Instead of confirming the Queen as wicked, she becomes the protagonist. The Queen's actions reveal her intent to ...
DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE, EFFICIENT SYSTEM TO ASSESS FINANCIAL PENALTIES FOR PESTICIDE LAW VIOLATIONS
Pesticides are highly regulated by state and federal agencies, with states having primary enforcement authority over pesticide use violations within their state. Federal regulations provide the basis for state regulation, ...
COGNITIVE LOAD THEORY'S COHERENCE PRINCIPLE: THEORY MEETS REALITY
For learning to occur, the individual must make sense of the presented material by attending to relevant information, mentally reorganizing it, and connecting it with existing knowledge. A great deal of this process ...
Relationship between health locus of control and health-related behaviors of nurse practitioners
Nurse practitioners (NPs) are experienced nurses with the education and clinical experience to instruct and counsel individuals and their families regarding healthy lifestyle behaviors. Nurse practitioners have great ...
The contribution of expertise on musical and phonological processing
The goal of the present study was twofold, it 1) sought to investigate whether musical information is processed by the phonological loop, a component of working memory, and 2) explored whether musical expertise affects the ...
University students binge eating and its impact on work and school productivity
The literature suggests that people of all ages engage in risky eating patterns, with some developing eating disorders. The average age for developing eating disorders is adolescence and early adulthood, the age of the ...
Neospora caninum exposure in Wisconsin wildlife
ABSTRACT NEOSPORA CANINUM EXPOSURE IN WISCONSIN WILDLIFE By Todd C. Anderson The parasitic protozoan Neospora caninum is a major cause of abortion in cattle worldwide. Transmission occurs by fecal-oral contamination ...
Influence of the pyramid model on the social-emotional development of young children
The development of social-emotional skills in early childhood is associated with school readiness, academic success, and general well-being throughout one’s life. The delay or absence of the development of social-emotional ...