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Of crabs and tall poppies: an exploratory study of attitudes and communicative behaviors toward women perceived as successful
This exploratory, qualitative study will examine female attitudes and communication behaviors generated in response to women who are perceived as advantaged or "successful". The current study used the Tall Poppy Syndrome ...
Determination of habitat preference in two species of mice
Our lab decided to re-examine the question using new identification techniques based on PCR amplified mtDNA rather morphology. Both species are supposedly sympatric in Southeastern Wisconsin. Preliminary data showed ...
The increased cost of security to the food industry since the events of September 11, 2001
The objective of this study is to describe the increased security cost to the food industry after the terrorist events of September 11, 2001. This includes government required initiatives and industry expectations. A ...
Exploration of photoinitiators in ionic liquids
Evaluates "the synthesis, utilization, and efficiency of photoinitiators in green solvents."
The effects of caffeine and triclocarban on Gammarus pseudolimnaeus
The use of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) has become increasingly prevalent in the world in recent years. Over-the-counter pharmaceuticals such as aspirin and ibuprofen, prescription pharmaceuticals ...
Cognitive dissonance theory and alcohol awareness messages : college student reactions
College students spend more money on alcohol than they do on books, coffee, tea, juice and soda, combined (Wechsler & Wuerthrich, 2002). Recent studies have shown that binge drinking rates range from 34 to 44% of college ...
Free women of color in Spanish colonial New Orleans 1768-1803
Poster examines..."the economic and social mobility of free women of color in Spanish colonial New Orleans through an analysis of notarial documents, wills, acts, and marriage records. These records showed how free women ...
Laying the foundation for a new spelling initiative
Background and Statement of the Problem "There is no program, no book, no speller, no machine that alone will build language competence in a child. Unfortunately, spelling can’t be isolated from other language processes, ...
College students' perception of self-disclosure in the student-instructor relationship
(University of Wisconsin--Whitewater, 2007-12-10)
A communication construct that relates to student-instructor interaction, both inside and outside of the classroom environment, is self-disclosure. Self-disclosure occurs when an individual tells another individual about ...