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Anti-Predator Training and Subsequent Survival of Captive-Held Juvenile Meadow Voles (Microtus Pennsylvanicus)
Identifying a cost efficient and effective anti-predator training program for captive-held or captive-bred animals is important for developing strong reintroduction programs. Since many reintroduction programs have high ...
Effects of Captivity on Foraging Behavior and Survival in the Wild of Microtus Pennsylvanicus
Human activity has caused wildlife populations worldwide to decline making it imperative for conservation biologists to develop captive breeding and reintroduction programs. These programs, however, have had limited success. ...
Shifting Standards of Unfairness in Romantic Relationships
The current study sought to investigate whether differential appraisals of online relationship transgressions made by victims and perpetrators in romantic relationships can be accounted for by incongruent unfairness ...
Helminth Parasitism in Isloated Populations of a Neotropical Forest Rodent
Parasitism is an extremely common life style that has evolved independently many times, and parasites are diverse with respect to that life style. Parasitic nematodes are commonly found in rodents and can serve as excellent ...
EMPATHIC CONCERN AND THE INHIBITION OF AGGRESSION: GENERAL OR INDIVIDUAL-SPECIFIC INHIBITION?
Previous studies on empathic concern and aggression have yielded inconsistent support that empathic concern inhibits aggression and failed to discern whether this inhibition is victim-specific or general. The purpose of ...
Photometric study of the galactic open cluster M11
The open cluster M11 (NGC 6705, Mel 213, Cr 391, OCl 76) is a concentrated, populous stellar system projected on the rich background of the Scutum star-forming field, towards the central part of the Galactic disk. Sometimes ...
Oshkosh Scholar Volume VII (2012)
Analysis of clinical practices related to anticipatory menstrual education for adolescents
Aims and objectives. This study aimed to describe nurse practitioners awareness of the established guidelines for menstrual anticipatory education; to investigate practitioner?s routine use of these established guidelines; ...
The Dumb jock: how stereotype threats impact student-athletes' standards of academic competence
College student-athletes are susceptible to a unique stereotype threat known as the "dumb jock" stereotype, according to which student-athletes are supposedly less engaged in academics and less competent academically. ...