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Editorial: Cytokine-Mediated Organ Dysfunction and Tissue Damage Induced by Viruses
Social desirability, need for uniqueness, and the illusion of explanatory depth in perceptions of the fine arts
This study explored how writing about the arts may lead to the illusion of explanatory depth and affect aesthetic appreciation levels. The study also explored the association between socially desirable responding, need for ...
An Evidence-Based Assessment Tool for Estimating Future Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A 7-Year Follow-Up Study
(Journal of Women's Health, 2020-04-17)
Background: Intimate partner violence (IPV) affects up to one in three women across the world. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a common outcome. Many, but not all, women suffer long after they first sought help ...
Influence of one or more domestic relocations on adolescent social skills perceived by former military parents
The purpose of this research was to describe the experiences of former military parents regarding their adolescent’s social skills associated with one or more military domestic relocation. Specifically, the study highlighted ...
Postural control in children with autism
This dissertation investigated how balance and postural stability in children with autism spectrum disorders differed from age matched children in three related studies. The clinical balance assessment, the Multi-Directional ...
Brand awareness of obstacle course racing events
The current study investigated brand awareness, event awareness, and event satisfaction on event purchase and purchase intentions for three major obstacle course event companies (Tough Mudder, Spartan Race, and The Warrior ...
Civil society and civil discourse: Eloquence and hope in the communications of presidents Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Barack Obama
During times of difficulty, Americans traditionally turn towards the President for guidance and leadership. The trope of hope is a critical part of achieving these goals. Hope is the attitude of mind that is based on the ...
The impact of using Elkonin sound boxes for students who are at-risk for dyslexia
Dyslexia is a common, lifelong, language and brain-based learning disability that can affect language processing and may lead to difficulties with reading, spelling, and writing. Symptoms of dyslexia include problems with ...
Cultural competence and knowledge of South Asian culture of registered nurses working in an urban hospital setting
Little research has been done to examine the cultural competence (CC) and knowledge of the South Asian culture of registered nurses (RNs) working in an urban hospital setting. The purpose of this correlational descriptive ...
Being Black: A study of Black panethnicity in the United States
While the examination of Asian, Hispanic, Indian, and white panethnicity abounds, systematic research on black panethnicity is surprisingly absent. This research is the first comprehensive study of black panethnicity in ...