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    • Knots, Tangles, and Their Applications To DNA 

      Rebrovich, Jackson (2016-04-29)
      Mathematics is an interconnected subject with many concepts intersecting in various ways that allow for new understanding and research topics to arise. This paper gives an overview of mathematical knots, links, and tangles, ...
    • The Labour-Reserve Army in Karl Marx's Das Kapital, Vol. 1 

      Luján, Jarred (2014-04-21)
      In a world still reeling from the economic crisis of 2008, many questions regarding our market system arose. Notorious philosopher Karl Marx had asked many of these questions before. Marx has a longstanding position against ...
    • Leadership Skills and Stress 

      Russell, Whitney (2017)
      The present study induced stress in order to examine the relationship between leadership skills and stress. The study evaluated leadership skills, personality, and affect in order to measure the differences between perceived ...
    • Linearized Bradford Assay with B-Lactogloblin as Standard for Use with Snake Venoms 

      Flores, Taybor (2018-04-20)
      Analyzing the protein content of snake venom, a mixture of proteins, in solution is problematic due to the protein composition of venom being specific to each species and individual. A common method of determining the ...
    • Major Depressive Disorder and Marital Relationships 

      Lindberg, Rachael (2017-04-17)
      This literature review explores the correlative link between marital relationships and depressive symptoms and examines the directionality of marital discord and depressive symptoms as it can vary between individuals. ...
    • Maternal Inheritance: Love and Self-Identity in Mexican American Literature 

      Gonzalez, Judith (2017-04-28)
      The roles assigned to a woman within a particular culture are defined by the cultural forces that have been set in place as tradition and that have been set as paradigms of what a woman should be and can be identified as. ...
    • Maximizing Your Wealth 

      Antle, Aubrey; Huang, Biqing (2014-04-17)
      The objective of this project was to construct an optimal portfolio for small investors.
    • Measures of Impairment and Activity Limitation Associated with Falls In Ambulatory Nursing Home Residents 

      Moyer, Heidi; Severe, S. Kyle; Gale, Jeff; Braden, Heather (2015)
      Background: The majority of fall risk data is collected from the community-dwelling population, which is not representative of geriatric sub-populations. Few publications are available exclusively studying falls and risk ...
    • Methodology for Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) 

      Goggin, David; Carter, Dr. David (2016)
      Qualitative and quantitative analysis of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) were performed using a solid-phase micro-extraction (SPME) technique and gas chromatography-flame ionization detector (GC-FID) instrumentation. ...
    • Money Talks, What’s The Story? 

      Painter, Brandon (2018-04-17)
      The purpose of this research is to analyze the relationship between a country’s currency and their total imports and exports. Theoretically, a currency’s flotation in value will influence the net imports or exports for the ...
    • Motivating factors of CrossFit 

      Unknown author (2014)
      This study examined what motivates one to choose CrossFit, what motivates one to continue with the demands of CrossFit, and where the breakdown occurs in motivation causing some to discontinue CrossFit classes by analyzing ...
    • Motivational Factors Effecting Monthly Physical Fitness Assessments of 315th Training Squadron Non-Prior Service Airmen 

      Payne, Lisa; Byars, Allyn (2016-04-29)
      Members of the United States Air Force are personally responsible for maintaining a level of fitness that ensures they are mission ready at any given time. However, while in technical training, Airmen are required to ...
    • Myths in Schizophrenia 

      Lindberg, Rachael (2018-04-10)
      Myths surrounding schizophrenia are just as abundant as other mental disorders, contributing to it being one of the most misunderstood (Curtis & Kelley, 2016). These myths can affect conceptualization of the disorder, ...
    • Myths Of Depression 

      Gieselman, Hannah; Curtis, Drew Dr. (2017-04-23)
      There have been several studies on the myths surrounding mental illnesses but very few studies just focusing on Major Depressive Disorder. The purpose for this study is to see if being knowledgeable about Major Depressive ...
    • New Mapping of Late Paleozoic Faults and Local Igneous Aquifers,Llano Uplift 

      Sparks, Travis; Satterfield, Joseph (2016)
      Abstract Recent geologic Mapping of Backbone Ridge, which includes the well-known Hoover Point road cut, within the Kingsland, Texas Quadrangle establishes a link between late Paleozoic faults and local igneous aquifers ...
    • Nosferatu’s Role in the Development of Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Androgyny in Vampire Film 

      Vest, Elizabeth (2015-04)
      This poster traces the influences of folklore and literature on F.W. Murnau's 1922 film Nosferatu, as well as traits specific to the film, demonstrating the various portrayals of sexuality, gender identity, and androgyny ...
    • Now Showing: Discursive Struggles in Movie Theater Etiquette 

      Cuellar, John Marc (2015-04-20)
      Perceptions of etiquette, involving expected behavioral norms in movie theaters, clash in discursive struggles of contradictory behaviors. This focus group driven research examines social constructions of space, context, ...
    • Nurse educators recommend study strategies with mixed levels of utility to nursing students 

      Unknown author (2017-04-25)
      The objective of this research is to survey Texas nurse educators in order to ascertain which learning strategies nursing faculty frequently suggest to their students. This aspect of nursing education research is under-explored ...
    • Nursing Care for Reduction of Pressure Ulcers in Critical Patients 

      Ham, Donna (2018-04-19)
      Hospital acquired pressure ulcers are frequent problems and result in increased morbidity and mortality in patients every year. For patients at risk for pressure ulcers related to skin integrity, does the use of screening ...
    • Occurrence of Eptesipox Virus in Big Brown Bats 

      Tipton, Craig; Ammerman, Loren (2016-04)
      The recently described pathogen, Eptesipox virus, was first reported in 2013 based on 6 Big Brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) taken to a wildlife rehabilitation center in Washington state. These individuals suffered from joint ...