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    • 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 ...
    • Preliminary Review : Current Range of the Threatened Bunched Cory Cactus in Defining Potential Habitat 

      Frisch, Alyson (2015)
      The Bunched Cory Cactus (Cactaceae; Coryphantha ramillosa ssp. ramillosa) is a threatened species limited in the U.S. to the lower canyons of the Rio Grande in Brewster and Terrell Counties. Minimal information is known ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Perspective is Everything: How to Integrate Template and Tools to Meet Online Accessibility 

      Morris, Natasha (2015-04-06)
      Increasing the access to higher education through online programs has not necessarily guaranteed equal access for all students. Institutions face the challenge of meeting the needs of students with disabilities. Not only ...
    • 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, ...
    • UV-Vis Spectrophotometer Comparison 

      Widdess, Kelcee; Herrick, Dorian; Wolf, Seraiah; Goggin, David; Pedra Neme, Barbara; Barros, Wellington; Carter, David (2015-04-23)
      UV-Vis spectrophotometers are used routinely to determine the concentration of solution species from the measured absorbance of light in accordance with Beer’s Law. A study was undertaken to compare the quantitative ...
    • TO SEARCH OR NOT TO SEARCH: HARNESSING THE POWER OF STATE DATABASES FOR YELLOW BAT CONSERVATION RESEARCH IN TEXAS 

      Jimenez, P. Citlally; Ammerman, Loren K. (2015-04-27)
      Texas houses the largest bat diversity in the nation. Some species roost in caves, buildings, and old mines, while others roost in trees. Among these, little is known about three species of tree dwellers -- the Northern ...
    • The Effects of Cortisol on Cardiac Development/Functionality in Zebrafish 

      Farley, Miquela Hope (2015-04-27)
      Cortisol affects development, not only in zebrafish, but mammals as well. Experiments have concluded that cortisol can affect zebrafish cardiac development, but these experiments injected the embryo itself with the cortisol. ...
    • CRIUS: Undergraduate Research Journal 2015 

      Vera-Lopez, Laiza V.; Welch, Bailey L.; Satterfield, Joseph I.; Seidel, Darren; Ward, James W.; Calvin, Denine; Lehto, Heather; Kushnereit, Ross; Denham, Aimee N.; Ammerma, Loren K.; Farnen, Chelbee; Jones, Crosby; Murray, Sarah; Pena, Stephen; Roychoudhuri, Lopamudra; Conaway, Caitlyn; Porché, Jeremy; Rebrovich, Jack; Robertson, Shelby; Smith, Trey; Gray, Jordan; Jackson, Mark; Knox, Duncan; Eoff, Shirley; Hastings, Tyler; Burnett, Michael J.; Vest, Elizabeth; Muelsch, Elisabeth-Christine; deBie, Jennifer; Dalrymply, Terry; Ricard, Sawyer; Garrison, Kevin; Sullivan, Evelyn; Bolen, Derek; Trubenstein , Brittany; Kreitler, Crystal; Cargill , Joscelyn; Curtis, Drew; Ocker , Makenzie; Farley, Miquela H.; Fohn, Laurel; Harris , Micki; Dilts, Nicole Marie; King, Trilby; Negovetich, Nicholas; Partain, Lendon; Strenth, Ned E.; Bhatnagar, Paritosh; Wright, Ivan; Ferguson, Sarah; Sestric, Garret; Williams, Scott; Bruns , Caitlin; Amos, Bonnie; Kim, Dayoung; Welch, Barbara; Revelez, Marcia A.; Dowler, Robert C.; Wegner, John (Angelo State University, 2015-09)
      Volume 3 Number 1 of the CRIUS. This journal includes the research of undergraduate students as part of Research & Creative Endeavor Symposium
    • Context-Dependent Memory and Chewing Gum 

      Ocker, Makenzie; Kreitler, Crystal (2016)
      Context-dependent memory refers to improved recall of specific episodes or information when the context present at encoding and retrieval are the same. The effects that chewing gum has on memory during the encoding phase ...
    • The Effects of Bias on Law Enforcement Perceptions 

      Thurman, Amanda; Perez, Arturo; Lee, Dat; Kreitler, Dr. Crystal (2016)
      Research shows that citizens’ experiences with police officers strongly influence citizens’ attitudes towards the police (Weitzer & Tuch, 2004). The purpose of this study was to determine if perceptions and prejudices ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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. ...
    • 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, ...
    • Evaluation of Geophysical Techniques in the Determination of a Salt Contaminated Environment 

      Reed, Walter; Foust, Michael; Lehto, Heather; Ward, James (2016)
      Salt contaminated soils propose environmental risks for land that once flourished for agriculture use. To successfully remove or remediate a salt contaminated environment it is important to know the boundaries of the ...
    • This is Nonsense: My Excursion Into Tractarian Mysticism. 

      Kiser, James (2016)
      It is my intention with this paper to show the way in which the mystical, inescapably bears upon the "picture of the world" (Wittgenstein 1999: 3.01). The way in which I will accomplish this is through a (spatial) revisioning ...
    • Psychophysical effects of stimulative music, sedative music, and silence on a high-weight bench press 

      Rangel, Jose; Byars, Allyn (2016)
      Music has been known to have the ability to either relax or “pump up” a person based on its qualities. Previous studies have confirmed this phenomenon with respect to cardiovascular activity and grip strength. Athletes and ...
    • Perceptions of Gender on Moral Intensity 

      Chavarria, Andrea; Kreitler, Crystal; Stenmark, Cheryl (2016)
      Despite the fight for gender equality, differences in reactions to certain behaviors and decisions based on gender prevail (Lee & James, 2007). Research shows that preference for a male employer continues to exceed ...
    • Complete the Sentence 

      Unknown author (2016)
      The purpose of this study was to explore gender stereotypes involved with criminal sentencing. Previous research revealed male perpetrators of sexual offense crimes received greater sentences than female perpetrators when ...