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Electrophysiology of Error Processing : Motivational and Affective Correlates
Clinical Perfectionism is the overdependence on self‐evaluation for the determined pursuit of personally demanding, self‐imposed, standards in at least one highly-salient domain, despite adverse consequences (Shafran et ...
Assessing In-Kennel Behavior of Dogs as a Predictor of Length of Shelter Stay
Approximately 3.9 million canines reside in animal shelters in the United States. Close to a fifth of these dogs will be euthanized due to a variety of reasons; some of these reasons are related to the dog’s behavior (e.g., ...
Synthesis of Cyclic Antigenic MUC1 Mimotopes
The immune system responds to antigens via specific sequences called epitopes. The antibody binding amino acid epitope PDTRP within the variable tandem repeat (VNTR) domain of the Mucin1 (MUC1) transmembrane epithelial ...
Characterization of Morphogenesis in a SKN7/MBP1 Double Null Mutant Strain of Candida Albicans
Candida albicans is a fungal pathogen that can cause opportunistic infections as well as systemic infections in immune-compromised patients. The results of this analysis indicate that compared to the wild type strains, ...
Creating a Community for Women of Color (WOC) Students
The purpose of this research was to create a course at UWEC that would provide knowledge, resources, and support to women of color on campus.
Petrographic Analysis of the Flambeau Sulfide Ore Body
This project is designed to examine the mineralogy, texture, and composition of the ore body and to determine the base and precious metal phases that are present in the primary ore zone.
“War Is Old Men Talking and Young Men Dying:” The Story of Dennis Lee Klimpke
This paper focuses on the letters sent and received by a solider fighting in Vietnam. Dennis Lee Klimpke, a 20-year-old from the small town of Colby, Wisconsin, reported for induction on August 7, 1967, at 1:45 pm. He was ...
Conflations of Correlation with Causation in Researchers' Descriptions of Their Work
The objective of this research is to determine the frequency with which social scientists use unjustified causal language in academic descriptions of their work.
Sustainability Knowledge, Barriers, and Motivations of UW-Eau Claire Students
The purpose of this study was to examine UW-Eau Claire students’ knowledge, barriers, and motivations toward sustainability. An online survey was distributed to 779 students asking four open-ended questions: First, they ...
Impact of Hmong in the Era of School Choice: The Hmong in Minneapolis-St. Paul and the Charter School Movement
In 1975, after the US withdrew its troops from Vietnam, the Hmong in Laos who had supported the US fight against the Communist party of Laos, found themselves, yet again, in a struggle to find a new homeland. After the ...