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Rumination in major depressive disorder is associated with impaired neural activation during conflict monitoring

Description: This article examines behavioral and event-related potentials (ERP) indices of conflict monitoring during a modified flanker task and the allocation of attention during an attentional blink (AB) task, and whether their behavioral performance and ERPs varied with level of rumination.
Date: January 5, 2015
Creator: Alderman, Brandon L.; Olson, Ryan L.; Bates, Marsha E.; Selby, Edward A.; Buckman, Jennifer F.; Brush, Christopher J. et al.
Partner: UNT College of Education

MAP training: combining meditation and aerobic exercise reduces depression and rumination while enhancing synchronized brain activity

Description: This article discusses the efficacy of mental and physical (MAP) training in improving symptoms of depression and rumination in individuals with major depressive disorder (MDD).
Date: October 5, 2015
Creator: Alderman, Brandon L.; Olson, Ryan L.; Brush, Christopher J. & Shors, Tracey J.
Partner: UNT College of Education

Mental Health Interventions for Parent Carers of Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder: Practice Guidelines from a Critical Interpretive Synthesis (CIS) Systematic Review

Description: This article contains a systematic review that identifies key qualities of interventions supporting the mental health of parent carers and proposes practitioner-parent carer support guidelines.
Date: December 20, 2017
Creator: Catalano, Denise E.; Holloway, Linda & Mpofu, Elias
Partner: UNT College of Education

Multicultural Efforts and Affirmative Action in Brazil: Policies Influencing Education in the Americas

Description: This article explores the intercultural movements toward social justice in education in the Americas, most particularly, North America, and how U.S. multicultural movements and policies influence countries like Brazil.
Date: March 2, 2011
Creator: Murakami-Ramalho, Elizabeth & Auxiliadora Lima Dias da Silva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Education

Using eReaders to Enhance Literacy Instruction in the Content Areas

Description: This book chapter focuses on the use of ereaders as a learning tool to motivate and engage students, support content learning, and promote literacy development across content areas.
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Date: 2015
Creator: Fang, Zhihui; Eutsler, Lauren; Coatoam Chapman, Suzanne & Qi, Yang
Partner: UNT College of Education

MyStory: Scary Head...

Description: This article consists of a critical autoethnographic study of the writer's personal experience, specifically detailing experiences while wearing a headscarf in academic and social environments.
Date: December 25, 2017
Creator: Soyer, Gonca & Soyer, Mehmet
Partner: UNT College of Education

Succession Planning Activities at a Rural Public Health Department

Description: This article provides an overview of a qualitative case study utilizing interviews and evaluation of publically-available documents to investigate the process of succession planning in a moderately-sized public health office located in a metropolitan community in a frontier-rural state.
Date: January 26, 2015
Creator: Cole, Sandra L. & Harbour, Clifford P.
Partner: UNT College of Education

Oral Supplementation with Baker's Yeast Beta Glucan Is Associated with Altered Monocytes, T Cells and Cytokines following a Bout of Strenuous Exercise

Description: This article discusses a study to determine if 10 days of oral supplementation with Baker's yeast beta glucan (BYBG) could modify previously observed suppression of monocytes, T cells, circulating and whole blood LPS-stimulated cytokines due to strenuous exercise.
Date: April 7, 2017
Creator: McFarlin, Brian K.; Venable, Adam S.; Carpenter, Katie C.; Henning, Andrea L. & Ogenstad, Stephan
Partner: UNT College of Education

“Being Wholly Muslim and Wholly American”: Exploring One Islamic School’s Efforts to Educate Against Extremism

Description: This article reports findings from a qualitative case study of an Islamic school in the United States that counters religious extremism through the promotion and development of an American Muslim identity in its students, an ideology that advances the idea that an individual can be wholly American and wholly Muslim without any incongruity.
Date: 2017
Creator: Brooks, Melanie C. & Ezzani, Miriam
Partner: UNT College of Education