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Binge Drinking and Electrophysiology of Attention to Alcohol Stimuli
In 2010, 18-24 year olds were the age group with the highest prevalence of binge drinking and Wisconsin was the state with the highest rate of binge drinking in the United States (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ...
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 ...
Severe Weather Siren Protocol in Eau Claire : Does it Produce Intended Responses?
This study was conducted to investigate UWEC students’ knowledge, perceptions, and response behaviors related to outdoor siren alerts in Eau Claire. The City of Eau Claire activates outdoor warning sirens whenever the ...
Exploring Honors Students' Levels of Academic Motivation, Perfectionism, and Test Anxiety
The purpose of this study was to examine relationships among achievement goal orientations, perfectionism, and test anxiety, as well as group differences in honors versus non-honors students among these constructs.
Exploring the UWEC Campus Climate Surrounding Disabilities
The purpose of this study was to examine college students' attitudes toward disability and their perceptions of their campus engagement and satisfaction. By assessing students' attitudes toward disability and their ...
Better Preparing Undergraduates By Asking and Listening ; Making a Liberal Education a Personally Relevant Education
The purpose of this study was to survey 120 students about what they want to learn and what they think would improve the undergraduate experience. Student comments and diversity in interests indicate the desire and need ...
Student Leaders' Source of Social Support and its Association With Their Identification in a University Setting
This research study was based on Social Identity Theory (Ashforth and Mael, 1989), which states that people tend to classify themselves and each other into various social categories, which aims to find how individuals identify ...
Implementation Models for Interteaching
This poster describes an approach to classroom instruction known as interteaching (IT) and discusses evidence documenting its effectiveness in enhancing student engagement and learning. What we know about IT comes from ...
Exploring College Students’ Reports of Parental Involvement and Levels of Self-Compassion
While parent involvement has been linked to many positive young adult outcomes (e.g., autonomy), recent research has highlighted potential negative outcomes (e.g., anxiety) of excessive levels of parent involvement (Schiffrin ...
Am "I" Part of a "We"?: A Study of Inclusive Language and Organizational Identification within Student Organizations
Throughout college, it is critical to be involved in organizations to define oneself, develop relationships, and build resumes. To influence students' involvement, organization leaders need to maximize a sense of community ...