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CBA Newsletter 2009 Fall
Graduate Studies Update 2009 Spring
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Office of Graduate Studies, 2009-05)
Science and Health News 2009 Winter
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Science and Allied Health, 2009)
Effects of a sports performance training program on adolescent athletes
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of a training intervention that combined strength, plyometric, and speed and agility training on sports performance in adolescents. Twelve middle and high school girls ...
Injury and violence and the relationship to prematurity or low birth weight : a pilot study
This study examined the relationship between injury/violence and prematurity or low birth weight. This relationship was examined after controlling for confounding variables that have been linked with birth outcome. A survey ...
Looking for the past in the present : ethnoarchaeology of plant utilization in rural Bolivia
Ethnoarchaeology is a still developing field of anthropology, where the methods of ethnography and archaeology are combined to interpret archaeological findings and generate and test hypotheses. Ethnobotany is the study ...
Communication about sexual relationships: a guidebook for teens and young adults
Communication About Sexual Relationships: A Guidebook for Teens and Young Adults is a sexuality education tool to be used among teenagers and young adults in a variety of settings including, schools, youth groups, faith-based ...
ME-PD Learning COmmunity Newsletter 2009 Spring
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. School of Education, 2009-02)
Special education teachers' personal time and money
Because of state and federal budget deficits. teachers are using thcir own time and rnoney to meet student nceds. This research seeks to determine the amount of time and money spent on work related duties. Specific research ...
What does it mean to be "educated" from an oral culture: a study of traditional Hmong knowledge
This study explores Indigenous knowledge in juxtaposition with Western liberalism. It draws from diverse bodies of research on Indigenous oral traditions and ways of knowing. However, the focus is on (H)mong oral culture ...