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Dorothy Brin Crocker: Her contributions to the field of music therapy
The purpose of this study was to determine how the contributions of Dorothy Brin Crocker may have impacted the field of music therapy. Interviews were conducted with the subject, family members, and colleagues. Information ...
Analysis of a novel HDAC8-H1.3 complex in several human carcinoma cell lines
The compaction level of chromatin regulates DNA accessibility, gene expression, and cell division. Transcription factors and other proteins cannot access the DNA within compacted chromatin. Two types of proteins that ...
Transforming paradigms: From bifurcation to interrelationality in HIV prevention discourse
Women of color, particularly Black women are disproportionately represented in the AIDS epidemic. While women of African descent constitute only 13 percent of the population of women in the United States, they account for ...
Female home front soldiers and their Food for Freedom campaign during the Second World War
This study examines the war work of those married women who chose to remain at home. Mothers and wives united into a battalion confronted with numerous challenges. The study of homemakers and their contributions is important ...
Assessing pragmatic language in children through a brief assessment of idiom comprehension: a pilot study
The purpose of this study was to assess pragmatic language in children within a clinical population (i.e., children with ASD and ADHD) and nonclinical population (i.e., typically developing children) by using a newly formed ...