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    • The Galapagos Islands Land Bird Conservation and Philornis downsi Projects 

      Steiner, Quinn; Taylor, Wilson (2018-05)
      As part of the international research program through the biology department I had the opportunity to be involved with research at the Charles Darwin Research Station. Through the Charles Darwin Research Station I was ...
    • Galápagos Verde 2050 

      Polzin, Brandon; Taylor, Wilson (2018-05)
      Galápagos Verde 2050 is a large scale and widespread conservation project that began in January of 2014 through the Charles Darwin Research Station. The two goals of the project include restoring degraded ecosystems, and ...
    • Galfenol Nanowires for Touch Sensors and Electroplated Thin Films 

      Kuehn, Katherine A. (2011-05)
      The goal of this project was to electroplate and characterize thin films of metal alloys that have not been previously studied. All of the desired thin films were able to be electroplated, but the compositions of the films ...
    • Gambling in Pigeons. 

      Smits, Rochelle R.; Groth, Alia; Stone, Ryan W.; Smith, Travis R. (2009-02-10)
      Gambling behavior has the potential for real-life maladaptive consequences. Understanding the environment which fosters gambling behavior is a first step towards developing a possible treatment option. The purpose of the ...
    • Games and Puzzles to Boggle the Mind. 

      Lee, Linda; Neseth, Lisa; Watkins, Diana (2009-02-03)
      This study investigated whether older adults can benefit from memory enhancement exercises involving games and puzzles. This study took place over a five week period with each session lasting one hour. Each session ...
    • Gauging Spontaneous Language Gain : Spontaneous Written Language Gain in an Upper-Level College German Course 

      Luginbill, Annisa; Lindseth, Martina (2018-05)
      Reaching the Advanced level of language proficiency according to the national standards of the American Association of Teachers of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) is a high stakes target at many universities across the United ...
    • Gender & Sexuality Among Anabaptists 

      Brown, Joshua; Herlitzke, Hunter (2018-05)
      In June 2014, a group of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer-identifying ex-Amish individuals rode on a float with Miss Kalamazoo Pride LaDonna Divine in Michigan’s Pride Parade. This event was the first and only ...
    • Gender and Audit Score Sginificantly Interact to Effect Fluid Poured in a Simulated Alcohol Free Pour Task 

      Bakalars, Charles; Watson, Meredith; Hasenberg, Whitney; Matthews, Douglas (2016-10-17)
      College students’ alcohol consumption isexcessive creating a potential public healthconcern (Van Skike et al., in press). Research has shown that college students will over pour a standard drink when participating in a ...
    • Gender and Caste in India : Marginalization of Dalit Women 

      Gillespie, Aimee; Hill, Stephen (2018-03-12)
      This poster is based on a seminar course I attended in New Delhi in January 2017, facilitated by the Miranda House College and the Indian Institute of Dalit Studies. It aims to examine the social hierarchy of caste in ...
    • Gender Bias in the Mass Media: Evaluating Rebellion Feminisms, Political Correctness and "The Other." 

      Anderson, Caitlin; Michaelson, Samantha (2009-04)
      The purpose of this study is to examine University of Wisconsin students' perceptions of advertising through a gender rebellion feminism lens, which focuses on how men and women in the mass media are viewed differently ...
    • Gender Differences in Text Messaging Usage 

      Ernst, Jeremy; Gawinski, Sara; Scholz, McKenzie; Pedersen, Kara; Karst, Catherine A. (2011-05)
      This study focuses on the disparities between males and females regarding their text message usage.
    • Gender Discrimination in the Labor Market 

      Schaffer, David L.; Westenberg, Joseph M.; Soborowicz, Levi (2018-01-24)
      In recent research, some economists have suggested that most of the remaining gap in wages between men and women in the U.S. can be explained by the fact that women have more family obliga ...
    • Gender Inequality in Conducting 

      Venske, Cassandra (2014-04)
      In professional music performance groups, membership has become more equal between the genders; however, the percentage of female conductors does not reflect this trend. The purpose of this study was to investigate whether ...
    • Gendered Analysis of Nonsuicidal Self-Injury and Body Image Avoidant Behaviors 

      Nelson, Andrea; Nemec, Alicia (2010-04)
      Objectification Theory states the societal objectification of the female body leads women to view their body as an object and internalize a cultural view of body standards. Such self-objectification is believed to lead to ...
    • Generalization of Matching-to Sample Skills Across Novel Materials in Children with Autism 

      Lobermeier, Adam J.; VanTussi, Valerie L.; Matz, Laura M.; Camp, Sarah E.; Hensel, Allie M. (2011-05)
      The purpose of this study was to conduct a discrimination assessment of changes in materials used when teaching matching-to-sample skills to children with autism. The results will contribute to the field of behavior ...
    • Generalization of the Behavior Sit in Canines to Novel Trainers 

      Miller, Jeffrey R.; Scharrer, Nicole C. (2010-04)
      Generalization, in the context of training dogs, refers to a command controlling a behavior in novel environments or when given by a novel person (Mills, 2005). Stokes and Baer (1977) claim that generalization does not ...
    • Generating Functions and Wilf Equivalence on [Theta][subscript]k-Embeddings 

      Ginsburg, Sam; Zhang, Chi; Chamberlain, Russ (2012-04)
      Let a word w be comprised of letters w[subscript]1, w[subscript]2,..., w[subscript]n [is an element of] P where P is a poset. For the purpose of this study, let P=the set of positive integers, so that any word is a string ...
    • Generation and Analysis of Arabidopsis Thaliana Plants with Mutations in the Red Light Response-Mediating Light Response BTB (LRB) and Phytochorome-interacting Factor (PIF) Genes 

      Meger, William; Smith, Tom (2015-04)
      The ability to perceive and respond to light is essential for plant growth and development. As a result, plants have developed a sophisticated set of pathways used to extract detailed information about their light environments. ...
    • Generation of Transcripton Factor Constructs for Mammalian Transfection 

      Farrell, Michael; Schumerth, Leah (2011-05)
      17 B-estradiol (E2) is an ovarian steroid and regulates a number of target tissues, including the breast and uterus. The physiological effects of E2 require binding to an estrogen receptor (ER), also a transcription factor ...
    • Generational Perceptions 

      Arnold, John; Nelson, Ashley; Wilson, Jane; Sarkkinen, Sasha; Biren, Matthew (2010-04)
      Research shows that intergenerational communication is becoming increasingly more difficult in the workplace. There is evidence that other generations hold negative perceptions of Generation Y (1982-2000), but no specific ...