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Constraint Induced Movement Therapy in Infants and Toddlers with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy: A Scoping Review
Cerebral Palsy (CP) is the leading cause of motor disability in childhood. Hemiplegic cerebral palsy is defined by motor impairments to one side of the body causing limited reach, grasp, and manipulation of the affected ...
16 in x 20 in. Mixed media on canvas (acrylic, fabric, paper, pencil)
Don't Trust Your Senses
15 in x 21 in. Inkjet print.
8 in x 11 in. Acrylic on paper.
Thinking On Your Feet: Staying in the Moment with Patrons and Coworkers
Improvisation not only a method of creating art spontaneously, but a method of building skills in communication, flexibility and innovation. Join University of Oklahoma Libraries staff member, MLIS graduate (anticipated ...
Combating World Issues with Lab Grown Food
As we face issues such as world hunger and a debilitating environment, new solutions such as lab-grown foods have offered an opportunity to combat these issues. What are lab grown foods? Lab grown food is flesh grown ...
Testing Blast & Blunt Trauma Forces on Complex Neural Networks In Cerebral Organoids
Understanding the brain’s response to mild traumatic brain injuries (mTBIs) remains elusive. Repetitive mTBIs, for example, concussions, have been linked to neurodegeneration, microvascular changes, and neuroinflammation ...
Developing a Curriculum Framework for Shared Medical Appointments Utilized in Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes
Currently, healthcare providers in the United States are challenged in providing highquality diabetes care due to the overburdened healthcare climate. The shared medical appointments (SMAs) model is an innovative solution ...
Effects of mindfulness and experiential avoidance on stroop task response time
This study aims to examine the potential effects of mindfulness and experiential avoidance on stroop tasks. Mindfulness is the conscious awareness of nonjudgmental processing of the internal and external stimuli while ...
A Meta-synthesis of Factors that Influence Parental Decisions Regarding Mandatory Vaccinations for Children in the U.S.
Parents who are vaccine-hesitant and/or refuse vaccines for their children have been on the rise. The CDC reported that the percentage of children between 2001 to 2015 who had no vaccinations by age 2 quadrupled. Understanding ...