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    • Separation eternal 

      Tesar, Darren (2007)
    • The seven deadly sins 

      Werner, Leah (2012)
    • Skin color and perceptions of ambiguous aggression 

      Feia, Erik; Anderson, Jane C.; Ceulemans, Pauline (2011)
      The present research examines the hypothesis that when viewing ambiguously aggressive acts, the threshold for labeling an act as violent is lower when viewing a black actor than when viewing a white actor. An ambiguously ...
    • Skin deep 

      McHenry, Carley (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2014-04)
      Through figurative narratives, my paintings illustrate elements of the human experience. Specifically, my work brings attention to the disconnect between human beings and their physical and psychological existence. Using ...
    • Sleep patterns and marital satisfaction 

      Skopek, Brittany; Randall, Lauren (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2014-04)
      With fewer people getting married and more people getting divorced in Western industrial societies, the study of marriage continues to be a topic of great interest (US Census Bureau, 2012). This current study examined ...
    • Social networks of university students with mental illness 

      Kopa, Brandy (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
      Previous research shows that negative perceptions of mental illness can cause social distancing and negative perceptions of self. Friendships are one social support that helps to fight these negative effects. This research ...
    • Sovereignty and "Jihadist" movements: a comparison of conflict in Northern Ireland and Uganda 

      Ries, Nicole (2011)
      This article synthesizes three theories of globalization (Jihad vs. McWorld, global governance theory, and world culture theory) to explain variance in conflict between two different cases. The Irish Republican Movement ...
    • Stress and educational expectations: a study of future orientation 

      Sulma, Adrienne (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2014-04)
      This research explores the extent to which the type of secondary education a student receives impacts their perceived stress level when it comes to thinking about college. Drawing from pace-of-life literature in educational ...
    • Sudden intrusive vomiting of memory 

      Kraase, Lisa (2013)
    • Survey of vocational evaluators' assistive technology and usage 

      McCarthy, Amanda K. (2008)
      Technology is a major part of the world today. For Americans without disabilities, technology makes tasks easier. For Americans with disabilities, technology makes things possible. Without consideration of technology during ...
    • A sustainability comparison between biodegradable and petroleum-based plastics 

      Wagner, Alex (2010)
      Using corn and other more sustainable methods of producing plastic has been around for some time, but the polymer was too expensive for broad commercial applications until 1989.1 Hughes Hybrid, a seed company in southern ...
    • Taking action to protect UW-Stout's last remaining wetland 

      Pettis, Maxine. (2007)
      Wetlands provide many essential ecosystem functions, such as flood control, wildlife habitat, and groundwater recharge. Although wetlands in Wisconsin are protected, not all wetlands are recognized. According to the Wisconsin ...
    • Technology and the relationship to quality of life in later adulthood 

      Rheineck, Lisa; Fricke, Cheryl (2013)
      The use of information and communication technologies (ICT) by older adults has the potential to enhance the quality of life in those who remain connected to family and society (Feist, Parker, Howard, & Hugo, 2010).The ...
    • Torture in art throughout history 

      Danielson, Anna (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
      Abstract Art is a valuable asset in drawing attention to difficult issues in a different way. Controversial and taboo subjects, such as torture, are often ignored in people’s daily lives, but no subject is off limits ...
    • Transient kinetics studies of azo dye oxidation catalyzed by horseradish peroxidase 

      Jernberg, Beau (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      The release of azo dyes into the environment is a continuing hazard resulting from industrial wastewater being released into the ecosystem. The industrial wastewater contains azo dye runoff that is used to color ...
    • Translations 

      Stremke, Collin (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      This series of work is an exploration into the drive of curiosity and understanding through the manipulation of perception and communication. The perpetual necessity to learn, explore and investigate has always been ...
    • Trespass 

      Martin, Robert (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      Drawing has the power to construct such an honest relationship between artist and observer. In its traditional and most foundational sense, drawing is an observational and communicative assembly of mark-making. Drawing ...
    • Triumph and tragedy of early Christianity 

      Dahlin, Connor (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      This research aims to elaborate on women’s influence on the formations of Early Christianity and their underplayed role in affecting Europe’s intellectual movements. Women, both prior to and during the formation of ...
    • "Troubled Waters" impact study: student environmentalism in the Red Cedar River Basin 

      Fox, Christopher (2013)
      As a research initiative by the University of Wisconsin-Stout and the Tainter Menomin Lake Association, Minnesota's Bell Museum of Natural History's acclaimed documentary film Troubled Waters: A Mississippi River Story ...
    • Trust and credibility from desktop to handheld 

      Barone, Elizabeth (2013)
      A discussion of the responsibilities of both the rhetorician and audience regarding issues of trust and credibility, this essay lays an historical background of rhetoric dating from ancient Greece through to modern-day ...