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Consequences of Empowered CNA Teams in Nursing Home Settings: A Longitudinal Assessment

Consequences of Empowered CNA Teams in Nursing Home Settings: A Longitudinal Assessment

Date: January 1, 2007
Creator: Yeatts, Dale E., 1952- & Cready, Cynthia M.
Description: Article on a longitudinal assessment and the consequences of empowered CAN teams in nursing home settings.
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The Development of Interests in Children with Autism: A Method to Establish Baselines for Analyses and Evaluation

The Development of Interests in Children with Autism: A Method to Establish Baselines for Analyses and Evaluation

Date: 2008
Creator: Ala'i-Rosales, Shahla; Zeug, Nicole M. & Baynham, Tanya Y.
Description: This article discusses development of interests in children with autism.
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Dharmic Ecology: Perspectives from the Swadhyaya Practitioners

Dharmic Ecology: Perspectives from the Swadhyaya Practitioners

Date: 2009
Creator: Jain, Pankaj
Description: This article discusses dharmic ecology.
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Functional Analysis and Treatment of Self-Injury in a Captive Olive Baboon

Functional Analysis and Treatment of Self-Injury in a Captive Olive Baboon

Date: 2009
Creator: Dorey, Nicole R.; Rosales-Ruiz, Jesus; Smith, Richard G. & Lovelace, Bryan S.
Description: Article on the functional analysis and treatment of self-injury in a captive olive baboon.
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Indology and Marxist Hermeneutics

Indology and Marxist Hermeneutics

Date: 2009
Creator: Jain, Pankaj
Description: This article discusses Indology and Marxist Hermeneutics. Although Indian civilization has been one of the most extensively researched fields in the Western Humanities departments, it remains one of the most misinterpreted subjects. Scholars have applied various theories and methods to study this ancient field. However, often their analyses and interpretations fail to do justice to this complex tradition. In the name of "scientific objectivity", they have often applied their own subjective bias. In this paper, I endeavor to demonstrate how the theories of Marx have misinterpreted Indian culture.
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Loading the Problem Loader: The Effects of Target Training and Shaping on Trailer-Loading Behavior of Horses

Loading the Problem Loader: The Effects of Target Training and Shaping on Trailer-Loading Behavior of Horses

Date: 2001
Creator: Ferguson, Dawnery L. & Rosales-Ruiz, Jesus
Description: Article on the effects of target training and shaping on trailer-loading behavior of horses.
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Occipitoparietal contributions to recognition memory: stimulus encoding prompted by verbal instructions and operant contingencies

Occipitoparietal contributions to recognition memory: stimulus encoding prompted by verbal instructions and operant contingencies

Date: August 21, 2007
Creator: Schlund, Michael W. & Cataldo, Michael F.
Description: This article discusses occipitoparietal contributions to recognition memory and stimulus encoding prompted by verbal instructions and operant contingencies.
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Older Poor Parents who Lost an Adult Child to AIDS in Togo, West Africa: A Qualitative Study

Older Poor Parents who Lost an Adult Child to AIDS in Togo, West Africa: A Qualitative Study

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Date: January 2007
Creator: Moore, Ami R.
Description: Article on a qualitative study exploring older poor parents who lost an adult child to AIDS in Togo, West Africa.
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