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    • Abnormal Earthquake Behavior in the Velocity Zones Beneath Italy 

      Raines, Laura (2016-04-29)
      This project focuses on pre-processed seismic tomography and earthquake data from Italy. This data comes from the IRIS (Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology) website, which provides seismic Earth models from ...
    • The Absence of Moral Teachings: Fictional Characters Lack Modest Behavior 

      Crawford, James (2014-04-21)
      Ludicrous education opportunities depicted in mythical and science fiction work are not a necessity in crafting a character to efficiently win battles psychologically and physically. Ender's Game, a novel written by Orson ...
    • The Analysis of Internal Parasites in Mosquitofish Throughout Texas 

      Gonzales, Stephen; Negovetich, Nicholas (2016-04-29)
      Mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) are a species of small fish commonly found in many different freshwater environments throughout Texas. However, the ecology of these environments varies as each habitat is unique with differing ...
    • An Analysis of the Ectosymbiotic Relationship Between Crayfish and the Branchiobdellida (Annelida:Clitella) 

      McGuire, Mason (2016-04-27)
      Crayfish are freshwater crustaceans commonly found in streams, rivers, ponds, lakes, and even muddy fields and bar ditches. They are important members of an ecosystem in which they serve as both predator and prey, and ...
    • Analyzing the Digestibility of Ground Juniper as a Roughage in Cattle Diets 

      Crockett, Shelby (2018-04-17)
      A randomized design study with two feeding periods was used to evaluate effects of substituting ground juniper for ground alfalfa hay in steer feedlot diets on growth performance. Steers were fed in a Calan gate system ...
    • Assessing the Habits and Opinions of Recycling Through the Use of a News Article 

      Plagens, Kathrine; Tay, Hack (2016-04-29)
      Previous research consistently finds that people associate negative stereotypes, such as laziness & gluttony, with people who are obese. Although studies find that lifestyle is only a minor influence on weight gain, people ...
    • Assessment of a Pilot Memory Tool 

      Goodman, Jeffrey; Bright, Jocelyn; Kreitler, Crystal; Brewer, Steven (2016)
      Research indicates that individuals are poor with memory recall, especially after time passage (Potter, Staub, Rado, & O'Connor, 2002). The current research piloted a vignette to establish reliability for the memory ...
    • ASU Trumpet Quartet: Exploring the Possibilities 

      Unknown author (2014-06-03)
      This project affords the trumpet ensemble the knowledge, experience, and ability to practice and perform music on a professional level.
    • Attachment Styles and Perceptions of Alcohol Consumption 

      Walker, Jordan; Kreitler, Crystal (2016)
      The investigators sought to explore the correlation between attachment style and alcohol consumption that has been highlighted by previous researchers (McNally, Palfai, Levine, & Moore, 2003; De Rick, Vanheule, & Verhaeghe, ...
    • THE ATTITUDES AND BELIEFS OF DECEPTION IN THE COACH-PLAYER RELATIONSHIP 

      Blauser, Kelsey (2017-04-21)
      Abstract From a young age, humans learn how to deceive (Polak & Harris, 1999). Humans lie for a variety of reasons (Agosta, Pezzoli, & Sartori, 2013). In the sport world, there are unwritten and written rules. If an athlete ...
    • Bats of the Devils River State Natural Area- Big Satan Unit, Val Verde County, Texas 

      Allred, F. Grayson; Dowler, Robert C.; Ammerman, Loren K. (2014-04-22)
      A survey of bats is being conducted to determine the species diversity and community composition at Devils River State Natural Area (DRSNA) – Big Satan Unit, as part of ongoing research with the Texas Parks and Wildlife ...
    • Battling the Binary: Empowering Gender-Creative Children 

      Maurice, Lindsey (2016-04)
      Living in a society that abides by a binary system of gender with rigid definitions of what is masculine and feminine creates limitations on individual freedom of expression and gender performance. This can be especially ...
    • Big Boned: Exploring the Absence of Fat Children in Children's Literature 

      Ralston, Mindy (2016-04-29)
      In this study, I pushed to understand the presence and purpose of fat children in children’s literature. With the rising “obesity” panic, we teach children younger and younger that their bodies will and should be policed. ...
    • Body Image Pressures in Female Athletes vs. Female Non-athletes 

      Unknown author (2016-04-28)
      Both female athletes and female non-athletes experience body image pressures and require a lot of their bodies. The main questions to be answered are: How many female athletes and female non-athletes are affected by body ...
    • Building a Vacuform on a Budget 

      McDaniel, Julia (2018-04-18)
      Theatre design and technology major, Julia McDaniel, researched and built a vacuform to be used in the Angelo State University scene shop. This vacuform will be used to quickly and easily create costume and prop pieces. A ...
    • Calculating Morality and Decision Making 

      Hansen, Joshua; Smith, Brenna; Kreitler, Crystal (2013-09-13)
      The dual-process theory of moral judgment (Greene, 2008) hypothesizes that moral responses to ethical decisions are fundamentally guided by two differing systems: one based in calculated reason (utilitarianism) and the ...
    • Campus Involvement of University Recreation Student Employees 

      Wilburn, Brianne; Simpson, Dr. Warren (2015)
      Involvement in campus activities such as intramurals, club sports, fraternities, sororities, honor societies, and athletic events are known to be an integral part of student retention and academic success. However, the ...
    • Case Study: The Effects of Suspension Training on Measures of Lower Limb Strength and Stability 

      Reeves, Jason; Byars, Allyn (2016-04)
      Introduction: Suspension Training (ST) can be traced back over 150 years ago when it was first used in physical education classes to promote bodyweight in multi-directional movements as a form of exercise. Since then, ST ...
    • Characterization and Observation of Dopants on Nano Quartz Crystal Growth 

      Felipe, Alfredo (2017-04)
      Nano silica particles were used as substrates for the deposition of dopant silver nano particles, with the resulting surfaces analyzed using AFM techniques. The introduction of ions in seeded crystal allow a controlled ...
    • Characterization of Self Assembled Monolayer Oxidation Using Nano-Lithography 

      Felipe, Alfredo (Angelo State University, 2018-04-20)
      Methods of complex nano-feature formations play an important role in the development of complex circuitry, biosensors, memory devices, display units and biochips1. Currently two general lithography methods are used in the ...