Calotte Hat

Calotte Hat

Date: 1935
Creator: Danielle
Description: Calotte style hat of deep emerald green velvet with stitched, raised front. Rim of twisted velvet. Designer's label on inside hatband: "Danielle / ses chapeaux / Paris" Tag attached to designer's label: "Made in France"
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Master's Recital: 2010-04-24 - Danielle Harmon, harp

Master's Recital: 2010-04-24 - Danielle Harmon, harp

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Date: April 24, 2010
Creator: Harmon, Danielle
Description: Recital presented at the UNT Main Auditorium in partial fulfillment of the Master of Music (MM) degree.
Contributing Partner: UNT Music Library
Guest Artist Recital: 1990-06-27 - Danielle Martin, piano

Guest Artist Recital: 1990-06-27 - Danielle Martin, piano

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Date: June 27, 1990
Creator: Martin, Danielle
Description: Guest artist recital performed at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall.
Contributing Partner: UNT Music Library
U.S. Trade and Investment Relationship with Sub-Saharan Africa: The African Growth and Opportunity Act and Beyond

U.S. Trade and Investment Relationship with Sub-Saharan Africa: The African Growth and Opportunity Act and Beyond

Date: October 28, 2008
Creator: Langton, Danielle
Description: This report presents perspectives on African economic trends and provides an overview of U.S. trade and investment flows with sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). It discusses the provisions of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) and the changes that have occurred since its enactment. It concludes with a brief discussion of issues of congressional interest.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
Using Progressive Ratio Schedules to Evaluate Edible, Leisure, and Token Reinforcement

Using Progressive Ratio Schedules to Evaluate Edible, Leisure, and Token Reinforcement

Date: May 2013
Creator: Russell, Danielle M.
Description: The general purpose of the current study was to evaluate the potency of different categories of reinforcers with young children diagnosed with developmental delays. The participants were two boys and one girl who were between the ages of seven and eight. In Phase 1, we evaluated the reinforcing potency of tokens, edible items, and leisure items by using a progressive ratio (PR) schedule. For two participants, we found that tokens resulted in the highest PR break points. For one participant, edibles resulted in the highest break points (tokens were found to have the lowest break points). In Phase 2, we evaluated the effects of presession access on the break points of edibles and tokens. This manipulation served as a preliminary analysis of the extent to which tokens might function as generalized conditioned reinforcers. During Phase 2, presession access altered the break points of edibles, but not tokens. The findings of the current study suggest that PR schedules may be useful as a means to better assess certain dimensions of tasks and how they affect reinforcer effectiveness (e.g., amount of effort the client is willing to exert, the duration at which the client willing to work, how many responses the client ...
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Citing UNT: Scholarly Works that have Utilized UNT Resources

Citing UNT: Scholarly Works that have Utilized UNT Resources

Date: 2011
Creator: Wilson, Kristi & LeBlanc, Danielle
Description: This document is a citation list of the scholarly works that were found to have utilized University of North Texas (UNT) resources.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Branded Content: Understanding the Mechanisms of Strategic Messaging in Entertainment Television Formats

Branded Content: Understanding the Mechanisms of Strategic Messaging in Entertainment Television Formats

Date: May 2012
Creator: Nicholson, Danielle Marie
Description: Branded content as an advertising tactic is a growing phenomenon that is not widely researched and is generally ambiguous in nature. This study uses qualitative methods to explain how branded content is defined, how it functions, and how it can influence a brand. Case studies of IKEA and Chevrolet were compared alongside four interviews with branded content professionals. the data collected suggests that branded content in structure and substance is varied, however it comprises engagement, the brand, and financial transaction. the data collected also suggested that brands take a variety of stances when controlling content to support their brand, and that branded content generally supports the intangible aspects of a brand, as opposed to product features.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Effects of Religious Attendance on Suicidal Ideation: Examining Potential Mediators of Social Support, Locus of Control, and Substance Abuse

Effects of Religious Attendance on Suicidal Ideation: Examining Potential Mediators of Social Support, Locus of Control, and Substance Abuse

Date: August 2014
Creator: Price, Samantha Danielle
Description: Religion has a well-documented relationship with mental health benefits and has consistently demonstrated an impact on several specific mental health concerns, including suicide, generally finding various religious facets to be inversely associated with suicidal thoughts and behaviors. More specifically, religion has been found to be associated with suicide in a number of ways, including decreased acceptance of suicide, decreased likelihood of suicidal thoughts, decreased likelihood of suicidal attempts, fewer suicide attempts, lower relative risk of suicide, lower suicide rate, and increased reasons for living. Several studies have proposed potential mediators (e.g., social support, locus of control, and substance abuse) of the relationship between religion and mental health, usually in non-clinical samples. The current study sought to examine the association between religious attendance and suicidal ideation using archival data of a clinical sample collected from the University of North Texas Psychology Clinic. Results from this sample revealed no evidence of mediation, instead suggesting a direct effect of religious attendance on suicidal ideation. Two mediation models demonstrated the effects of external locus of control and social support on suicidal ideation. These models are discussed in terms of their directionality, considering the extant research on these associations. Findings of the current study have ...
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The Effect of Post-resistance Exercise Alcohol Ingestion on Lps-stimulated Cytokines

The Effect of Post-resistance Exercise Alcohol Ingestion on Lps-stimulated Cytokines

Date: August 2015
Creator: Levitt, Danielle E.
Description: The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of post-resistance exercise alcohol ingestion on LPS-stimulated production of IFNγ, TNF-α, IL-1β, IL-6, IL-8, and IL-10. Recreationally resistance-trained men (n = 10, 25 ± 3 yr, 177 ± 7 cm, 83.8 ± 15.7 kg, 14.8 ± 8.5% body fat) and women (n = 8, 23 ± 2 yr, 161 ± 3 cm, 59.5 ± 6.0 kg, 26.5 ± 3.0% body fat) completed the study. Participants visited the laboratory for an initial visit at which time they were screened, familiarized with procedures, and had their 1-repetition maximum (1RM) back squat tested. Subsequently, participants visited the laboratory 2 more times and completed 2 identical heavy resistance exercise bouts (6 sets of 10 repetitions of 80% 1RM back squat) after which a beverage, either containing alcohol (alcohol condition, ALC; 1.09 g EtOH per kg fat free mass) or water (placebo condition, PLA), was administered. Blood samples were collected before exercise (PRE), and at 3 hours (3h) and 5 hours (5h) after exercise. Samples were stimulated with lipopolysaccharide (LPS) and cultured overnight. Supernatant was collected and analyzed for IFNγ, TNF-α, IL-1β, IL-6, IL-8, and IL-10. A significant (p < 0.05) main effect for time ...
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The Importance of Superstition as Competition Increases

The Importance of Superstition as Competition Increases

Date: April 19, 2012
Creator: Beavers, Danielle & Eve, Susan Brown
Description: Poster presentation for the 2012 University Scholars Day at the University of North Texas discussing research on the importance of superstition as competition increases.
Contributing Partner: UNT Honors College
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