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On the Relation between Stimulus Equivalence and Extension of Stimulus Function

On the Relation between Stimulus Equivalence and Extension of Stimulus Function

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Date: May 2004
Creator: Hartman, Carrie
Description: The purpose of this study was to examine the relation between stimulus equivalence (briefly, networks of relations among stimuli) and the extension of stimulus function (briefly, spread of effect across network) more closely than has been possible before. The traditional view of this relation suggests that equivalence classes mediate the extension of stimulus function and are, therefore, necessary for any extension to occur. This study used a preparation in which the conditional discriminations required for the development of equivalence classes and the simple discriminations required for the extension of function were trained or tested simultaneously. Results suggest that equivalence are not necessary for the extension of stimulus function though they may be sufficient.
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On the Removal of Download Access to Grateful Dead Soundboards from the Live Music Archive

On the Removal of Download Access to Grateful Dead Soundboards from the Live Music Archive

Date: August 1, 2012
Creator: Berg, Jeremy
Description: Article on the removal of download access to Grateful Dead soundboards from the Live Music Archive.
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On the Stielitjes Integral

On the Stielitjes Integral

Date: August 1972
Creator: Keagy, Thomas A.
Description: This paper is a study of the Stieltjes integral, a generalization of the Riemann integral normally studied in introductory calculus courses. The purpose of the paper is to investigate many of the basic manipulative properties of the integral.
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On the subjective distinction between tenderness and joy.

On the subjective distinction between tenderness and joy.

Date: December 2006
Creator: Kalawski, Juan Pablo
Description: Previous studies have shown that the experience of joy normally accompanies the experience of tenderness or love. Theorists have thus suggested that tenderness is not a distinct emotion, but rather a variety of joy. The present study explored whether it is possible to induce tenderness while inhibiting joy. Participants watched scenes designed to induce different emotions. Results showed that a scene could induce high levels of tenderness and low levels of joy if that scene also induced high levels of sadness. These findings suggest the need to reconsider theoretical assumptions regarding the distinction between tenderness and joy.
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On Their Own: How Thirty-One Tribal Colleges Address Five Educational Concepts

On Their Own: How Thirty-One Tribal Colleges Address Five Educational Concepts

Date: May 2010
Creator: Riding In, Leslie D.
Description: This qualitative research, specifically a content analysis of 31 tribal colleges' mission statements and curricula, examined how the colleges' curricula aligned with the five educational concepts suggested in the colleges' mission statements. Cajete's (1994) seven foundations to indigenous thinking proved to be a major theoretical framework which provided a worldview for tribal learning. The study concluded that whereas the five educational concepts aligned between mission statements and curricula, the curricula emphasized culture, tribal community, and academic success at a greater level than mission statements indicated. Further, tribal colleges' curricula did not emphasize economic concepts as the mission statements indicated. A particular finding suggests that tribal colleges' are investing in environmental studies programs, thus increasing their intellectual capacity to protect their environmental interests while promoting indigenous thinking and community learning across all academic disciplines. Considerable implications include that an increase of American Indian environmental studies graduates may have a positive impact on environmental justice matters as well as the ability to promote new agricultural technologies. Additional implications include how mainstream universities will adapt to an increase of native students studying the sciences rather than liberal arts.
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On Uniform Convergence

On Uniform Convergence

Date: 1951
Creator: Drew, Dan Dale
Description: In this paper, we will be concerned primarily with series of functions and a particular type of convergence which will be described. The purpose of this paper is to familiarize the reader with the concept of uniform convergence. In the main it is a compilation of material found in various references and revised to conform to standard notation.
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One Bookmark to Rule Them All: How the use of a bookmark linked to the Librarian's LibGuides profile can empower research and serve the instructional materials needs of the Librarian

One Bookmark to Rule Them All: How the use of a bookmark linked to the Librarian's LibGuides profile can empower research and serve the instructional materials needs of the Librarian

Date: May 3, 2014
Creator: Barham, Rebecca
Description: Poster presented at the Art Libraries Society of North America Annual Conference. This poster discusses how the use of a bookmark linked to the Librarian's LibGuides profile can empower research and serve the instructional materials needs of the Librarian.
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One Million Pages of Texas Newspapers: Dataset

One Million Pages of Texas Newspapers: Dataset

Date: April 7, 2013
Creator: Phillips, Mark Edward & Hicks, William
Description: This dataset represents the first million pages of Texas newspapers added to The Portal to Texas History as part of the Texas Digital Newspaper Program. The dataset consists of 123,184 newspaper issues from 569 titles, comprising 1,000,003 pages. Additionally the 3,349,156 item uses associated with this dataset as of April 7, 2013 are included.
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One Million Pages of Texas Newspapers: Issue Timeline

One Million Pages of Texas Newspapers: Issue Timeline

Date: February 26, 2013
Creator: Hicks, William & Phillips, Mark Edward
Description: One poster visualizing the newspaper title distribution among Texas counties for the first one million pages of Texas newspapers in the Texas Digital Newspaper Collection hosted by The Portal to Texas History
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One Million Pages of Texas Newspapers: Issues, Pages, Uses

One Million Pages of Texas Newspapers: Issues, Pages, Uses

Date: February 26, 2013
Creator: Hicks, William & Phillips, Mark Edward
Description: One poster visualizing the newspaper title distribution among Texas counties for the first one million pages of Texas newspapers in the Texas Digital Newspaper Collection hosted by The Portal to Texas History
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