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Description: This study was designed to determine the effectiveness of play therapy as a method of intervention for children with a variety of emotional and behavioral problems. Specifically, the study was aimed at determining the effectiveness of play therapy in: (a) improving self-concepts of children with adjustment difficulties; (b) reducing internalizing behavior problems, such as withdrawal, somatic complaints, anxiety, and depression; (c) reducing externalizing behavioral problems such as aggression and delinquent behaviors; (d) reducing overall behavior problems, social problems, thought problems, and attention problems of children with adjustment difficulties; and (e) reducing parenting stress of parents of children who were experiencing adjustment difficulties.The experimental group consisted of 15 children who were experiencing a variety of adjustment difficulties and received play therapy once per week for 7 to 10 weeks. The control group consisted of 14 children who were experiencing a variety of adjustment difficulties and who were on a waiting list to receive intervention, and therefore, did not receive any treatment during the time of data collection. Experimental and control group children were administered the Joseph Pre-School and Primary Self-Concept Screening Test and parents of all participants completed the Child Behavior Checklist and the Parenting Stress Index at pretest and posttest data collection times. A gain scores analysis revealed that children in the experimental group demonstrated a significant improvement on internalizing behavior problems. Also, a reduction in externalizing behavior problems and parenting stress was observed. No improvement in self-concept was demonstrated. This study provides evidence that play therapy is a viable intervention for treating a variety of emotional and behavioral difficulties in young children, particularly children who are experiencing internalizing behavior problems.
Date: May 1999
Creator: Brandt, Marielle Aloyse
Description: What Spins Away is a novel about a man named Caleb who, in the process, of searching for a brother who has been missing for ten years, discovers that his inability to commit to a job or his primary relationships is both the result of his history with that older missing brother, and his own misconceptions about the meaning of that history. On a formal level, the novel explores the ability of traditional narrative structures to carry postmodern themes. The theme, in this case, is the struggle for a stable identity when there is no stable community against which or in relationship to an identity might be defined.
Date: May 1999
Creator: Irwin, Keith
Description: The glyoxalase system mediates the conversion of methylglyoxal, a toxic ketoaldehyde, to D-lactic acid. The system is composed of two enzymes, glyoxalase I (Glo-I) and glyoxalase II (Glo-II), and exhibits an absolute requirement for a catalytic quantity of glutathione (GSH). Glo-I catalyzes the isomerization of a hemithioacetal, formed non-enzymatically from methylglyoxal and GSH, to the corresponding a -D-hydroxyacid thioester, s-D-lactoylglutathione (SLG). Glo-II catalyzes the irreversible breakdown of SLG to D-lactate and GSH. We have observed that ATP or GTP significantly inhibits the Glo-II activity of tissue homogenates from various sources. We have developed a rapid, one step chromatography procedure to purify Glo-II such that the purified enzyme remains "sensitive" to inhibition by ATP or GTP (Glo-II-s). Studies indicate that inhibition of Glo-II-s by nucleotides is restricted to ATP, GTP, ADP, and GDP, with ATP appearing most effective. Kinetics studies have shown that ATP acts as a partial non-competitive inhibitor of Glo-II-s activity, and further suggest that two kinetically distinguishable forms of the enzyme exist. The sensitivity of pure Glo-II-s to nucleotide inhibition is slowly lost on storage even at -80° C. This loss is accelerated at higher temperatures or in the presence of ATP. Kinetics studies on the resultant "insensitive" enzyme (Glo-II-i) show that a significant reduction of the affinity of the enzyme for the substrate, SLG, occurs and further suggest that only one form of the enzyme is kinetically distinguishable after "de-sensitization". Tryptophan fluorescence studies of the two enzyme preparations suggest that a subtle conformational change in the enzyme has occurred during de-sensitization. We have also observed that Glo-II-i is "resensitized" to nucleotide inhibition after incubation in the presence of a reagent that reduces disulfide bonds. The resensitized enzyme exhibits an increased KM value similar to that of the original Glo-II-s. Kinetics studies show that ATP or GTP again ...
Date: May 1999
Creator: Gillis, Glen S
Description: A questionnaire was used to study causal attribution to social roles as influenced by perceived deviance of the role, instructions to identify with the role, and participant gender. The perceived deviance or nondeviance of the roles was determined by a pilot study. The roles were varied randomly through 12 hypothetical events, and identification or nonidentification instructions randomly assigned. The participants were 194 male and female university students. Participants gave the cause of each event and rated the cause on five dimensions: internality, externality, stability, globality, and controllability. Causal attribution to deviant social roles was found to result in a significantly higher across-scales score and to be more internal, less external, and more global than attribution to nondeviant roles. Participant gender showed an interaction with deviance overall and on the dimensions of stability and globality due to significantly higher ratings by women participants than those by men. Identification instructions did not produce a significant effect.
Date: May 1999
Creator: Rohlman, James E.
Description: This dissertation is a cross-national, empirical study of human rights conditions in a dynamic international political economy. The scope of the examination covers 176 developed and developing countries from 1980 through 1993. Through evaluating the numerous theoretical aspects of human rights conceptualization, I draw upon Shue's framework and consider whether there are indeed "basic rights" and which rights should fit into this category. Further, I address the debate between those who claim that these rights are truly universal (applying to all nations and individuals) and those who argue that the validity of a moral right is relative to indigenous cultures. In a similar vein, I empirically investigate whether various human rights are interdependent and indivisible, as some scholars argue, or whether there are inherent trade-offs between various rights provisions. In going beyond the fixation on a single aspect of human rights, I broadly investigate subsistence rights, security rights and political and economic freedom. While these have previously been addressed separately, there are virtually no studies that consider them together and the subsequent linkages between them. Ultimately, a pooled time-series cross-section model is developed that moves beyond the traditional concentration on security rights (also know as integrity of the person rights) and focuses on the more controversial subsistence rights (also known as basic human needs). By addressing both subsistence and security rights, I consider whether certain aspects of the changing international political economy affect these two groups of rights in different ways. A further delineation is made between OECD and non-OECD countries. The primary international focus is on the effects of global integration and the end of the Cold War. Domestic explanations that are connected with globalization include economic freedom, income inequality and democratization. These variables are subjected to bivariate and multivariate hypothesis testing including bivariate correlations, analysis of variance, and ...
Date: May 1999
Creator: Milner, Wesley T.
Description: The problem concerned the financial indicators used to evaluate the financial condition of the six sister higher education institutions under the authority of the Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges. The purposes were to determine the financial ratios that best indicate financial condition; to calculate those financial ratios for the six designated Oklahoma higher education institutions; and to evaluate and compare the financial condition of the six institutions. This study attempted to further the use of financial ratio analysis as an objective addition to subjective studies that examine an institution's definition of its mission, objectives, and goals and its own assessment of the degree to which its resources allow it to attain those goals. The data were obtained from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System; the financial reports were audited by independent certified public accountants and presented to the Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges; and John Minter Associates, Inc., provided the national norms. The set of financial ratios identified provides a means to study a single higher education institution through trend analysis and in comparison to national norms. It also works well with a sample of homogeneous institutions with interinstitutional comparison. The techniques are intended to provide a general profile of an institutions financial health. Cause-and-effect ratio analysis has been proposed as another technique to aid administrators in determining changes in their financial statements and what may have caused them. The study identified a set of financial ratios that summarize the financial condition of a higher education institution. The ratios helped to analyze the financial solvency and viability of the six Oklahoma higher education institutions and focused on the ability of the institutions to meet current and future financial requirements. The importance of financial statement analysis should not be underestimated. The understandable format of financial ratios allows virtually any ...
Date: May 1999
Creator: Buddy, Nancy J.
The Effects of Task-Based Documentation Versus Online Help Menu Documentation on the Acceptance of Information Technology
Description: The objectives of this study were (1) to identify and describe task-based documentation; (2) to identify and describe any purported changes in users attitudes when IT migration was preceded by task-based documentation; (3) to suggest implications of task-based documentation on users attitude toward IT acceptance. Questionnaires were given to 150 university students. Of these, all 150 students participated in this study. The study determined the following: (1) if favorable pre-implementation attitudes toward a new e-mail system increase, as a result of training, if users expect it to be easy to learn and use; (2) if user acceptance of an e-mail program increase as expected perceived usefulness increase as delineated by task-based documentation; (3) if task-based documentation is more effective than standard help menus while learning a new application program; and (4) if training that requires active student participation increase the acceptance of a new e-mail system. The following conclusions were reached: (1) Positive pre-implementation attitudes toward a new e-mail system are not affected by training even if the users expect it to be easy to learn and use. (2) User acceptance of an e-mail program does not increase as perceived usefulness increase when aided by task-based documentation. (3) Task-based documentation is not more effective than standard help menus when learning a new application program. (4) Training that requires active student participation does not increase the acceptance of a new e-mail system.
Date: May 1999
Creator: Bell, Thomas
Description: This study described the mentoring relationship between doctoral nursing students and their committee chairs. Twenty-two public university doctoral programs responded to a request for names and addresses of their doctoral candidates. The Major Professor Mentoring Scale was used to measure the mentoring relationship. The survey also included demographic and open-ended questions regarding the student-committee chair relationship. Surveys were mailed to 269 doctoral students with an 86% return rate. A principal components analysis was performed to identify the structure underpinning the relationship. The typical doctoral student in this sample was found to be a 44 year old Caucasian female, married with children, working full or part time while pursuing a PhD degree. Students traveled an average of 85 miles each way to campus and nearly half had selected their program based on its location. The typical committee chair was a Caucasian, tenured, associate or full professor between 46 and 69 years of age. The majority of chairs were married and had funded research projects. The students in the study reported knowing their chairs for an average of five years. The study revealed that mentoring is occurring in the majority of relationships between doctoral nursing students and their committee chairs. Students identified many strengths and weaknesses in their relationships with their chairs although the relationship appears to be largely positive. The mentoring relationship is composed of four principal components, the largest of which is psychosocial support. Dissertation support, role modeling and scholarly collaboration comprise the other three components. The factor receiving the most positive rating was role modeling, suggesting that students see their chairs as intelligent and hard-working. Students also report positive feelings about both the psychosocial and dissertation support they have received from their chairs. Students reported more neutral feelings about scholarly collaboration suggesting that this is not a frequent occurrence ...
Date: May 1999
Creator: Kirkley, Debra Lynn
Description: Little empirical research has been done to examine the effects that working with traumatized individuals has had on their therapists. It is known that mental health professionals often do suffer ill effects, especially symptoms of secondary traumatic stress disorder. The present investigation tested predictors of secondary traumatic stress disorder in the therapists who provided services for the Oklahoma City bombing. Predictors were therapist social network involvement, years of counseling experience, and amount of self-reported empathy experienced from others. Indicators of secondary traumatic stress were the Frederick Reaction Index-A, the Compassion Fatigue Self-test for Helpers, and the SCL-90R. Hypotheses were tested using a series of hierarchical multiple regressions. Results demonstrated no significance for years of experience or social network, but perceived empathy accounted for 11% of the variance on the SCL-90 and the Compassion Fatigue Self-test for Psychotherapists with social network and years of experience controlled.
Date: May 1999
Creator: Landry, Lisa Pinkenburg
Description: The purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate a measurement model for Internet information retrieval strategy performance evaluation whose theoretical basis is a modification of the classical measurement model embodied in the Cranfield studies and their progeny. Though not the first, the Cranfield studies were the most influential of the early evaluation experiments. The general problem with this model was and continues to be the subjectivity of the concept of relevance. In cyberspace, information scientists are using quantitative measurement models for evaluating information retrieval performance that are based on the Cranfield model. This research modified this model by incorporating enduser relevance judgment rather than using objective relevance judgments, and by adopting a fundamental unit of measure developed for the cyberspace of Internet information retrieval rather than using recall and precision-type measures. The proposed measure, the Content-bearing Click (CBC) Ratio, was developed as a quantitative measure reflecting the performance of an Internet IR strategy. Since the hypertext "click" is common to many Internet IR strategies, it was chosen as the fundamental unit of measure rather than the "document." The CBC Ratio is a ratio of hypertext click counts that can be viewed as a false drop measure that determines the average number of irrelevant content-bearing clicks that an enduser check before retrieving relevant information. After measurement data were collected, they were used to evaluate the reliability of several methods for aggregating relevance judgments. After reliability coefficients were calculated, measurement model was used to compare web catalog and web database performance in an experimental setting. Conclusions were the reached concerning the reliability of the proposed measurement model and its ability to measure Internet IR performance, as well as implications for clinical use of the Internet and for future research in Information Science.
Date: May 1999
Creator: MacCall, Steven Leonard
Women Receiving Genetic Counseling for Breast Cancer Risk: Cancer Worry, Psychological Distress, and Risk Recall Accuracy
Description: This follows an earlier study of the same data set, which, through its findings, presented new questions that are investigated in this study. Both studies used a prospective controlled design, wherein women receiving genetic counseling for breast cancer risk were randomized into two groups. Subjects receiving an audiotaped recording of their genetic consultation (tape group) were compared to subjects who also had a genetic consultation but did not receive an audiotaped recording of it (no-tape group). Participants were drawn from attendees at the genetic clinics of two London hospitals and included 115 women with a family history of breast cancer. Cancer worry and psychological distress were assessed before genetic consultation (baseline), and at one- and six-month follow-ups by post. Objective risk was estimated by the geneticist during the consultation, and subjective risk was assessed at one month follow-up. The goals of the current study were to investigate relationships between cancer worry, psychological distress, and recall of genetic risk for breast cancer in a sample of women receiving genetic counseling for breast cancer risk, and to investigate the role sociodemographic variables on cancer worry, psychological distress, or risk recall for these women. Results for this sample of women with a family history of breast cancer found that there were consistent relationships between cancer worry, psychological distress, objective risk, and subjective risk before and after genetic consultation. This suggests that women=s psychological responses are appropriate to their level of cancer risk. There were no differences found between the tape and no-tape groups for objective or subjective risk, or for nearness of recall accuracy or degree of under-/over-estimation. Provision of an audiotaped recording of the genetic consultation did not appear to enhance recall of risk information. The role of sociodemographic variables on the psychological and risk variables assessed in this study was very ...
Date: May 1999
Creator: Wade Walsh, Margo
Description: A Different Drummer is a chamber opera adaptation of Donald Davis's story "A Different Drummer" from his collection Listening for the Crack of Dawn, published by August House. The opera lasts about seventy minutes, and calls for a cast of three and an orchestra of sixteen players. It contains a prologue, epilogue and four scenes in a single act. The score is prefaced by a paper describing the musical strategies employed in setting the story as an opera. Three chapters describe the adaptation from short story to opera, the essential musical elements, and details of the application of the musical elements in each scene of the opera. The libretto is presented in the fourth chapter.
Date: May 1999
Creator: Friedman, Arnold Jacob
Description: The study examined current and future trends in computer use in elementary school settings. A survey instrument was developed and validated for distribution to a random sample of 200 technology coordinators in the public school districts in the state of Texas from whom 95 responses were received. The survey instrument was used to obtain information about five areas of computer use in elementary schools. These areas are: physical configurations, instructional uses, implementation issues, training and staff development, and Internet use. The study found that all public school districts that participated in the study have acquired computer hardware in their elementary schools. In addition, some other advanced computer technology components are starting to be found in elementary schools, such as teacher workstations, CD-ROM, interactive video, computer multimedia, LCD panels, and laser printers. Respondents reported that elementary school teachers in their districts have incorporated computers into their classrooms as an instructional tool and many changes have occurred in teachers teaching styles due to computers. However, there are some problems that hinder the effective use of computers. The major problem is lack of training. A high percentage of respondents, 81.3%, indicated that the majority of their elementary school teachers had completed less than 30 hours of technology related professional development. Another problem was lack of funding which prevents most school districts from acquiring computer hardware and software. Currently, elementary schools in 87% of districts that participated in the study are connected to the Internet and the plan is that by the year 2001 all elementary schools will be connected.
Date: August 1999
Creator: Al-Awidi, Hamed M.
Description: Every day, children throughout the United States are given psychological evaluations for many different clinical and psycho-educational purposes. Very little research has attempted to investigate children's responses to the experience of having intellectual and achievement tests administered. The goal of the current research was to explore the effect a psycho-educational evaluation has on children in areas of self-concept and anxiety. Dependent variables consisted of pre- and post-test measures of anxiety and self-concept. A total of 75 children in the 4th 5th and 6th grades were recruited after referral for evaluation and possible placement in the Talented and Gifted Program or Special Education. This study employed Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), t-tests, multiple regression analysis, and correlational analysis. Findings included initial evidence that children endorsed decreased anxiety after psycho-educational assessments rather than increased anxiety, suggesting that fear of unknown situations may be more anxiety provoking than the actual situation itself, potentially beneficial findings for psychology and psychometric professionals who evaluate children daily. Students endorsement of academic self-concept significantly predicted anxiety after a psycho-educational evaluation, indicating that students who feel capable in academic areas may endorse less anxiety after an evaluation than students who do not feel academically capable. Finally, negative verbal interaction with parents significantly predicted lower general self-concept scores, providing evidence that the manner in which parents verbally relate to their children may have significant impact for the mental health of children.
Date: August 1999
Creator: Buenrostro, Martha
Work Function Study of Iridium Oxide and Molybdenum Using UPS and Simultaneous Fowler-Nordheim I-V Plots with Field Emission Energy Distributions
Description: The characterization of work functions and field emission stability for molybdenum and iridium oxide coatings was examined. Single emission tips and flat samples of molybdenum and iridium oxide were prepared for characterization. The flat samples were characterized using X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction to determine elemental composition, chemical shift, and crystal structure. Flat coatings of iridium oxide were also scanned by Atomic Force Microscopy to examine topography. Work functions were characterized by Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy from the flat samples and by Field Emission Electron Distributions from the field emission tips. Field emission characterization was conducted in a custom build analytical chamber capable of measuring Field Emission Electron Distribution and Fowler-Nordheim I-V plots simultaneously to independently evaluate geometric and work function changes. Scanning Electron Microscope pictures were taken of the emission tips before and after field emission characterization to confirm geometric changes. Measurement of emission stability and work functions were the emphasis of this research. In addition, use of iridium oxide coatings to enhance emission stability was evaluated. Molybdenum and iridium oxide, IrO2, were characterized and found to have a work function of 4.6 eV and 4.2 eV by both characterization techniques, with the molybdenum value in agreement with previous research. The analytic chamber used in the field emission analysis demonstrated the ability to independently determine the value and changes in work function and emitter geometry by simultaneous measurement of the Field Emission Energy Distribution and Fowler-Nordheim I-V plots from single emitters. Iridium oxide coating was found to enhance the stability of molybdenum emission tips with a relatively low work function of 4.2 eV and inhibited the formation of high work function molybdenum oxides. However, the method of deposition of iridium and annealing in oxygen to form iridium oxide on molybdenum emitters left rather severe cracking in the protective oxide ...
Date: August 1999
Creator: Bernhard, John Michael
Description: Duplicating a time series study done by Kuhlthau and associates in 1989, this study examines the applicability of the Information Search Process (ISP) Model in the context of a virtual learning environment. This study confirms that students given an information seeking task in a virtual learning environment do exhibit the stages indicated by the ISP Model. The six-phase ISP Model is shown to be valid for describing the different stages of cognitive, affective, and physical tasks individuals progress through when facing a situation where they must search for information to complete an academic task in a virtual learning environment. The findings in this study further indicate there is no relationship between the amount of computer experience subjects possess and demonstrating the patterns of thoughts, feelings, and actions described by the ISP Model. The study demonstrates the ISP Model to be independent of the original physical library environments where the model was developed. An attempt is made to represent the ISP model in a slightly different manner that provides more of the sense of motion and interaction among the components of thoughts, feelings, and action than is currently provided for in the model. The study suggests that the development of non-self-reporting data collection techniques would be useful in complementing and furthering research to enhance and refine the representation of the ISP Model. Additionally, expanding the research to include the examination of group interaction is called for to enhance the ISP Model and develop further applications that could potentially aid educational delivery in all types of learning environments.
Date: August 1999
Creator: Byron, Suzanne M.
Description: The focus of the present study was to test through SEM the relationships between family influences (FI) and school influences (SI) on factors hypothesized to be associated with adolescent social interest: school belonging (SB), extracurricular participation (EP), and peer/romantic involvement (PRI). The final model consisted of FI and SI that contributed to the expression of adolescent social interest. FI included parental communication and parental caring. SI consisted of teacher fairness. SB consisted of a child's self-reported feelings of belonging at school, EP included self-reported involvement in sports or academic clubs, and PRI consisted of self-reported desire for romantic involvement or desire for participation with others. The proposed model suggested that FI contributed significantly to self-reported SB, EP, and PRI. Additionally, it was hypothesized that SI would contribute significantly to SB and EP, but not to PRI. The data used in the current study were part of an existing data set collected as part of the National Longitudinal Study on Adolescent Health. The total sample size for the present study was 2,561 male and female adolescents aged 12-19 years. The data consisted of adolescent and parent self-report information. Results suggested a significant relationship between FI and self-reported SB and PRI. As expected, a significant relationship existed between SI and SB. Also as expected, no significant relationship existed between SI and PRI. Neither the relationship between FI and EP nor SI and EP were significant. When analyzed separately, a significant relationship existed between SB and PRI; however, no significant relationship was found between SB and EP. Results also indicated several of the fit indices, including the average off-diagonal absolute standardized residual, the comparative fit index (CFI), and the Bentler-Bonett non-normed fit index (BBNFI), were a low to moderate fit. However, the final model was highly skewed and the model chi-square and chi-square ...
Date: August 1999
Creator: Craig, Stephen E.
Description: How firms facing environmental uncertainty should organize their activities remains an important and challenging question for today's managers and organizational researchers. Proponents of contingency theory have argued that organizations must adjust their activities to fit the level of environmental uncertainty to ensure long-term survival. Although much work has been done on contingency theory, it is clear that our understanding of uncertainty is far from complete. One important aspect of today's organizations is their focus on service, mass customization, and continuous innovation. This focus often results in the customer being brought either into the organization or at least into closer contact with it. Even though the literature provides numerous evidences of the increasing customer focus, it is yet to empirically explain how the complications of customer-organizational interactions might create uncertainty for contemporary organizations. The traditional measure of uncertainty still considers customers as an environmental factor causing demand uncertainty while ignoring the complex nature of customer and organizational encounters. Seeking to further refine the concept of uncertainty and focusing on the contemporary business phenomena, this study develops measures aspects of customer induced uncertainty and examines their relationships with three organizational design variables. Specifically, this study explains the complicated nature of customer - organizational encounters that creates organizational uncertainty. Also, this study develops three operational measurement instruments for the three aspects of customer induced uncertainty. Finally, this study shows specific relationships between aspects of customer induced uncertainty and specific organizational design variables. This study conducted a mail survey of middle level managers. With a sample size of 118 the measurement instruments were shown to have validity and reliability using factor analysis and Cronbach's alpha. Regression analyses indicate the presence of specific rather than general relationship between customer induced uncertainty variables and organizational design variables. Regression results suggested that the relationships between customer induced ...
Date: August 1999
Creator: Chowdhury, Sanjib Kumar
Profile of the Youth Self-Report Among South Texas Adolescents and the Potential Relationship to Pesticide Exposure
Description: The potential for human exposure to pesticides exists particularly for agricultural workers (i.e. migrant workers) and individuals within close proximity to pesticide-sprayed crops (i.e. those living on or near agricultural farms). Children, through biology and behavior, may be more susceptible and vulnerable to exposure to pesticides than adults. The purpose of this study was to examine young populations particularly at-risk for occupational or accidental exposure to pesticides and determine associated behavioral, emotional, and physical symptoms. A total of 444 students from two South Texas school districts completed questionnaires assessing level of risk of exposure to pesticides and were categorized into at-risk and low risk categories. Physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms were obtained using the Youth Self-Report. Children who were at-risk demonstrated significantly higher scores on the Youth Self-Report (YSR) in the areas of anxious/depressed, attention problems, social problems, somatic complaints, thought problems, withdrawal, internalizing behaviors, and total problem behaviors than children who were at lower risk of pesticide exposure. Odds ratios were obtained and suggested that children in the at-risk category were more five times more likely to score in the clinically significant range on the Attention Problems subscale, and three times more likely to score in the clinically significant range on the Internalizing behavior composite. These findings suggest that children who may be at higher risk for pesticide exposure may also be at higher risk for physical, behavioral, and emotional problems compared to children who are at lower risk. This information is intended to benefit schools and health care professionals who work with rural or migrant populations involved in the agricultural trade. Future research will be needed to assess through biomarkers the degree of measurable pesticide exposure in comparison to parent reports, teacher reports, school achievement, neuropsychological testing, and medical records.
Date: August 1999
Creator: Hagar, Kristy S.
Description: Night of no Exile is a collection of poems preceded by a critical article entitled "‘Exile seems both a blessing and a curse': A Blissful Reading of Li-Young Lee's Poetry." That article discusses Lee's quest to achieve communication, truth, and transcendence through poetic language and concludes that he finally reaches his goal through a leap from narrative poetry to lyricism. The "exile" alluded to in the title of the article is not only geographic, but also interioran exile due to the natural limitations of all languages, and which can be bridged only in linguistic ways. Lee's solution to that problem (lyricism) turns his poetry into what Roland Barthes would call "a text of bliss," a text that manages to deeply destabilize language, while simultaneously achieving a new kind of meaning. In the main body of the manuscript, the first section contains short love lyrics. The second section, "Night of no Exile," is an attempt at the demanding genre of the longer lyric poem. The third section uses short lyrics to explore various topics, such as discovering one's identity, friendship and solidarity between women, family history, and childhood memories. Finally, the last section includes poems, four of them longer, attempting to combine narrative and lyric impulses in a way not unlike Li-Young Lee's experimentation with those two genres.
Date: August 1999
Creator: Jones, Marie C.
Description: A variety of novel cage-functionalized pyridyl containing crown ethers have been prepared for use in selective alkali metal complexation studies. A highly preorganized, cage-functionalized cryptand also has been designed and has been synthesized for use as a selective Li+ complexant. The alkali metal picrate extraction profiles of these cage-functionalized crown ethers also have been studied. Novel cage-functionalized diazacrown ethers have been prepared for selective alkali metal complexation studies. Alkali metal picrate extraction experiments have been performed by using this new class of synthetic ionophores to investigate the effects of cage-annulation and the influence of N-pivot lariat sidearms upon their resulting complexation properties. Novel pyridyl containing calixarene receptors were prepared. Analysis of their respective 1H NMR and 13C NMR spectra suggests that calixarene moieties in the ligand occupy the cone conformation. The complexation properties of these host molecules were estimated by performing a series of alkali metal picrate extraction experiments. An optically active cage-functionalized crown ether which contains a binaphthyl moiety as the chiral unit was prepared. The ability of the resulting optically active crown ether to distinguish between enantiomers of guest ammonium ions (i.e., phenylethylamonium and phenylglycinate salts) in transport experiments was investigated. Hexacyclo[11.2.1.02,12.05,10.05,15.010,14]hexadeca-6,8-diene-4,11-dione was prepared from hexacyclo[7.4.2.01,9.03,7.04,14.06,15] pentadeca-10,12-diene-2,8-dione. Unanticipated but remarkable acid and base promoted rearrangements of this new cage dione to novel polycyclic systems were observed and subsequently were investigated. The structures of the new systems thereby obtained were determined unequivocally by application of X-ray crystallographic methods. It is noteworthy that the reactions reported herein each provide the corresponding rearranged product in high yield in a single synthetic step. Pi-facial and regioselectivity in the thermal Diels-Alder cycloaddition between hexacyclo[11.2.1.02,12.05,10.05,15.010,14]hexadeca-6,8-diene- 4,11-dione and ethyl propiolate have been explored. This reaction proceeds via stereospecific approach of the dienophile toward the syn face of the diene p -system. However, [4+2]cycloaddition proceeds with ...
Date: August 1999
Creator: Chong, Hyun-Soon
A Study of Block Scheduling and Instructional Strategies and their Influence on Algebra Achievement in Classrooms Throughout North Central Texas
Description: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of block scheduling and instructional strategies on student achievement in Algebra I. The study was conducted during the 1997-98 school year. This study was comprised of two components, a quantitative study and a qualitative study. The quantitative study focused on block and traditional scheduling and the influence identified through scores on the Texas End-of-Course exam for Algebra I. The sample for this study consisted of 59 school districts from five counties in the north Texas area. The qualitative portion of this study focused on 10 classrooms, 5 block and 5 traditional, taken from the sample of 59 districts. Data for the qualitative study included questionnaires, interviews, and observations. The End-of-Course scores were analyzed using an ANOVA at the .05 level of significance, no significant difference was identified in the achievement levels of the two groups. The qualitative data was organized by categories derived from the NCTM teaching standards. Data from this portion of the study indicated that teachers in both block and traditionally scheduled classes spend their class time in a similar manner, using similar materials, and using more traditional strategies. Additional analyses of data based upon usage of the graphing calculator and manipulatives also resulted in no significant difference. Although all comparisons between block and traditional scheduling and usage or non-usage of technology and/or manipulatives resulted in no significant difference, the block groups and those using technology and/or manipulatives had higher mean scores. This indicates that allowing teachers more time to use alternative instructional strategies would benefit the student, but this will not take place without the teacher receiving training and support.
Date: August 1999
Creator: McClure, Melissa Sue
Description: Software implementation projects struggle with the delicate balance of low cost, on-time delivery and quality. The methodologies and processes used to create and maintain a quality software system are expensive to deploy and result in long development cycle-time. However, without their deployment into the software implementation life-cycle, a software system will be undependable, unsuccessful. The purpose of this research is to identify a succinct set of software implementation success criteria and assess the key independent constructs, activities, carried out to ensure a successful implementation project. The research will assess the success of a software implementation project as the dependent construct of interest and use the software process model (methodology) as the independent construct. This field research involved three phases: (1) criteria development, (2) data collection, and (3) testing of hypotheses and discriminant analysis. The first phase resulted in the development of the measurement instruments for the independent and dependent constructs. The measurement instrument for the independent construct was representative of the criteria from highly regarded software implementation process models and methodologies, e.g., ISO9000, Software Engineering Institute's Capability Maturity Model (SEI CMM). The dependent construct was developed from the categories and criteria from the Delone and McLean (1992) MIS List of Success Measures. The data collection and assessment phase employed a field survey research strategy to 80 companies involved in internal software implementation. Both successful and unsuccessful software implementation projects (identified by the Delone/McLean model) participated. Results from 165 projects were collected, 28 unsuccessful and 137 successful. The third phase used ANOVA to test the first 11 hypotheses and employed discriminant analysis for the 12th hypothesis to identify the "best set" of variables, criteria, that discriminate between successful and unsuccessful software implementation projects. Twelve discriminating variables out of 67 were identified and supported as significant discriminators between successful and unsuccessful projects. ...
Date: August 1999
Creator: Pryor, Alan N.
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Filter: CountriesThis dialog allows you to filter your current search. Each of the Countries listed note their name and the number of records that will be limited down to if you choose that option. The list can be sorted by name or the count.
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Algeria 1 1 Angola 1 1 Argentina 1 1 Australia 1 1 Austria 1 1 Bahrain 3 3 Belgium 1 1 Belize 1 1 Brazil 2 2 Canada 8 8 Chad 1 1 Chile 3 3 China 9 9 Czech Republic 1 1 Democratic Republic of the Congo 1 1 Denmark 2 2 Djibouti 1 1 Egypt 4 4 Finland 1 1 France 5 5 Germany 8 8 Ghana 1 1 Greece 1 1 Guam 1 1 Guatemala 1 1 Haiti 1 1 Hong Kong 4 4 India 7 7 Indonesia 2 2 Iran 2 2 Iraq 2 2 Ireland 2 2 Israel 4 4 Italy 3 3 Jamaica 2 2 Japan 7 7 Jordan 9 9 Kenya 4 4 Kuwait 4 4 Lebanon 5 5 Libya 1 1 Macau 1 1 Malaysia 2 2 Mauritania 1 1 Mexico 8 8 Morocco 1 1 Mozambique 1 1 Netherlands 1 1 New Zealand 1 1 Nicaragua 1 1 Nigeria 19 19 North Korea 2 2 Norway 1 1 Oman 1 1 Pakistan 1 1 Peru 1 1 Philippines 2 2 Poland 2 2 Qatar 2 2 Saudi Arabia 13 13 Singapore 4 4 Somalia 1 1 South Africa 1 1 South Korea 10 10 Spain 1 1 Sudan 3 3 Sweden 1 1 Switzerland 1 1 Syria 2 2 Taiwan 8 8 Thailand 38 38 Trinidad and Tobago 1 1 Tunisia 1 1 Turkey 4 4 Uganda 2 2 United Arab Emirates 3 3 United Kingdom 5 5 United States 996 996 Venezuela 1 1 Yemen 2 2 Zimbabwe 1 1
Filter: U.S. StatesThis dialog allows you to filter your current search. Each of the U.S. States listed note their name and the number of records that will be limited down to if you choose that option. The list can be sorted by name or the count.
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Alabama 2 2 Alaska 2 2 Arizona 1 1 Arkansas 20 20 California 9 9 Colorado 4 4 Florida 2 2 Georgia 1 1 Illinois 4 4 Iowa 2 2 Kansas 4 4 Kentucky 2 2 Louisiana 12 12 Massachusetts 2 2 Michigan 2 2 Minnesota 3 3 Mississippi 5 5 Missouri 5 5 Montana 2 2 Nebraska 1 1 Nevada 1 1 New Jersey 1 1 New Mexico 10 10 New York 1 1 North Dakota 1 1 Ohio 2 2 Oklahoma 28 28 Oregon 1 1 Pennsylvania 2 2 South Carolina 2 2 South Dakota 2 2 Tennessee 2 2 Texas 741 741 Utah 1 1 Virginia 1 1 Washington 1 1 West Virginia 1 1
Filter: CountiesThis dialog allows you to filter your current search. Each of the Counties listed note their name and the number of records that will be limited down to if you choose that option. The list can be sorted by name or the count.
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Bell County, TX 3 3 Beltrami County, MN 1 1 Bernalillo County, NM 1 1 Berrien County, MI 1 1 Bexar County, TX 6 6 Bowie County, TX 2 2 Brazos County, TX 1 1 Brewster County, TX 1 1 Bryan County, OK 3 3 Burlington County, NJ 1 1 Butler County, PA 1 1 Caddo Parish, LA 1 1 Cherokee County, TX 1 1 Collin County, TX 8 8 Cook County, IL 2 2 Cooke County, TX 2 2 Coryell County, TX 1 1 Custer County, OK 1 1 Dallas County, TX 97 97 Denton County, TX 149 149 Denver County, CO 1 1 Donley County, TX 2 2 Ector County, TX 2 2 Ellis County, TX 1 1 Erath County, TX 1 1 Fort Bend County, TX 1 1 Garland County, AR 1 1 Grayson County, TX 3 3 Greene County, OH 1 1 Gregg County, TX 2 2 Gunnison County, CO 1 1 Harris County, TX 6 6 Harrison County, TX 1 1 Hays County, TX 1 1 Henderson County, TX 1 1 Hennepin County, MN 1 1 Hidalgo County, TX 1 1 Hill County, TX 2 2 Hinds County, MS 1 1 Howard County, TX 2 2 Hunt County, TX 1 1 Isanti County, MN 1 1 Jefferson County, TX 1 1 Johnson County, MO 1 1 Johnston County, OK 1 1 Kaufman County, TX 1 1 King County, WA 1 1 Kleberg County, TX 2 2 Lamar County, TX 1 1 Larimer County, CO 1 1 Lawrence County, SD 1 1 Linn County, IA 1 1 Logan County, OK 1 1 Los Angeles County, CA 1 1 Lyon County, KS 1 1 Macomb County, MI 1 1 Maricopa County, AZ 1 1 McLennan County, TX 1 1 Midland County, TX 1 1 Milam County, TX 1 1 Mobile County, AL 1 1 Nacogdoches County, TX 1 1 Natchitoches Parish, LA 1 1 Neosho County, KS 1 1 Nome Census Area, AK 1 1 Nueces County, TX 1 1 Oklahoma County, OK 1 1 Oldham County, TX 1 1 Orange County, CA 1 1 Palm Beach County, FL 1 1 Palo Pinto County, TX 1 1 Pecos County, TX 1 1 Pope County, AR 1 1 Potter County, TX 1 1 Salt Lake County, UT 1 1 San Augustine County, TX 1 1 San Diego County, CA 1 1 St. Clair County, MI 1 1 Suffolk County, MA 1 1 Suffolk County, NY 1 1 Taos County, NM 1 1 Tarrant County, TX 61 61 Taylor County, KY 1 1 Taylor County, TX 3 3 Tom Green County, TX 1 1 Tulsa County, OK 2 2 Tyler County, TX 1 1 Walker County, TX 2 2 Wichita County, TX 3 3 Wilbarger County, TX 2 2 Winston County, MS 1 1 Wood County, TX 1 1
Filter: DecadesThis dialog allows you to filter your current search. Each of the Decades listed note their name and the number of records that will be limited down to if you choose that option. The list can be sorted by name or the count.
Filter: YearsThis dialog allows you to filter your current search. Each of the Years listed note their name and the number of records that will be limited down to if you choose that option. The list can be sorted by name or the count.
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1953 2 2 1954 1 1 1955 2 2 1956 7 7 1957 5 5 1958 3 3 1959 5 5 1960 12 12 1961 16 16 1962 13 13 1963 22 22 1964 29 29 1965 24 24 1966 25 25 1967 36 36 1968 35 35 1969 85 85 1970 112 112 1971 115 115 1972 99 99 1973 100 100 1974 77 77 1975 33 33 1976 97 97 1977 89 89 1978 65 65 1979 98 98 1980 154 154 1981 134 134 1982 142 142 1983 156 156 1984 159 159 1985 151 151 1986 151 151 1987 184 184 1988 146 146 1989 172 172 1990 163 163 1991 171 171 1992 190 190 1993 172 172 1994 191 191 1995 179 179 1996 196 196 1997 150 150 1998 146 146 1999 138 138 2000 182 182 2001 147 147 2002 144 144 2003 165 165 2004 140 140 2005 144 144 2006 183 183 2007 197 197 2008 208 208 2009 177 177 2010 215 215 2011 227 227 2012 210 210 2013 247 247 2014 288 288 2015 278 278 2016 279 279 2017 187 187
Filter: MonthsThis dialog allows you to filter your current search. Each of the Months listed note their name and the number of records that will be limited down to if you choose that option. The list can be sorted by name or the count.
Filter: DaysThis dialog allows you to filter your current search. Each of the Days listed note their name and the number of records that will be limited down to if you choose that option.
Filter: DepartmentThis dialog allows you to filter your current search. Each of the Department listed note their name and the number of records that will be limited down to if you choose that option. The list can be sorted by name or the count.
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... 1,505 1505 Department of Psychology 670 670 College of Music 536 536 College of Education 458 458 School of Education 453 453 Department of Teacher Education and Administration 444 444 Department of Biological Sciences 267 267 Department of Chemistry 245 245 Department of Counseling, Development and Higher Education 209 209 Department of Counseling and Higher Education 207 207 Department of Physics 165 165 Department of Sociology 162 162 Department of English 150 150 Department of Technology and Cognition 143 143 School of Library and Information Sciences 121 121 Department of Mathematics 115 115 Department of History 112 112 Department of Counseling, Development, and Higher Education 110 110 Department of Political Science 110 110 Department of Learning Technologies 98 98 School of Music 91 91 Department of Computer Science and Engineering 88 88 Department of Educational Psychology 82 82 Department of Management 78 78 Department of Materials Science and Engineering 76 76 Department of Higher Education 72 72 Department of Higher and Adult Education 70 70 College of Business Administration 68 68 Department of Accounting 67 67 Graduate Studies in English 60 60 Department of Business Computer Information Systems 42 42 Division of Instrumental Studies 38 38 College of Information 37 37 Department of Biology 31 31 Department of Counselor Education 30 30 Department of Public Administration 30 30 Department of Marketing and Logistics 29 29 Department of Marketing 27 27 Department of Finance, Insurance, Real Estate and Law 25 25 Department of Library and Information Sciences 25 25 Department of Computer Science 23 23 School of Business Administration 23 23 College of Business 22 22 Department of Information Technology and Decision Sciences 21 21 Department of Instrumental Studies 21 21 Division of Music Education 19 19 Department of Secondary Education 18 18 Department of Finance, Insurance, Real Estate, and Law 17 17 Department of Art Education and Art History 15 15 Department of Computer Sciences 14 14 Department of Library & Information Sciences 14 14 School of Business 13 13 Department of Materials Science 12 12 Department of Music Education 12 12 Division of Keyboard Studies 12 12 School of Visual Arts 12 12 Department of Educational Administration and Supervision 11 11 Department of Occupational and Vocational Education 11 11 Division of Biochemistry 11 11 Division of Conducting and Ensembles 10 10 Department of Educational Administration 9 9 Department of Information Science 9 9 Department of Information Technology and Decision Science 9 9 Department of Marketing & Logistics 9 9 Department of Biochemistry 8 8 Department of Keyboard Studies 8 8 Department of Philosophy and Religion 8 8 Division of Vocal Studies 8 8 Department of Information Technology & Decision Sciences 7 7 Department of Learning Technology 7 7 Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies 7 7 Department of Sociology and Social Work 7 7 Division of Composition Studies 7 7 Division of Jazz Studies 7 7 College of Information, Library Science, and Technologies 6 6 Department of Applied Gerontology 6 6 Department of Elementary, Early Childhood and Reading Education 6 6 Department of Elementary, Early Childhood, and Reading Education 6 6 Physics Department 6 6 Program of Information Science 6 6 Chemistry 5 5 College of Arts and Sciences 5 5 Department of Adult and Higher Education 5 5 Department of Art Education & Art History 5 5 Department of Educational Foundations, Research, and Special Education 5 5 Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering 5 5 Division of Music History, Theory, and Ethnomusicology 5 5 Program in Curriculum and Instruction 5 5 Program in Information Sciences 5 5 College of Public Affairs and Community Service 4 4 Department of Educational Adminstration and Supervision 4 4 Department of Educational Foundations 4 4 Department of Library and Information Science 4 4 Department of Music History, Theory, and Ethnomusicology 4 4 Department of Teacher Education and Adminstration 4 4 Department of Vocational-Technical Education 4 4 Graduate Studies in Music 4 4 Institute of Applied Sciences 4 4 School of Library and Information Science 4 4 [Department of] Teacher Education and Administration 4 4 Biological Sciences 3 3 Department of Conducting and Ensembles 3 3 Department of Counseling Development, Family Studies, and Higher Education 3 3 Department of Disability and Addiction Rehabilitation 3 3 Department of Educational Foundations, Research and Special Education 3 3 Department of Elementary Education 3 3 Department of Finance 3 3 Department of Instumental Studies 3 3 Department of Marketing And Logistics 3 3 Department of Philosophy 3 3 School of Library and lnformation Sciences 3 3 Counseling, Development and Higher Education 2 2 Department of Applied Technology and Cognition 2 2 Department of Art 2 2 Department of Curriculum and Instruction 2 2 Department of Education Administration 2 2 Department of Geography 2 2 Department of Higher Education Administration 2 2 Department of Higher/Adult Education 2 2 Department of Music 2 2 Department of Musical Arts 2 2 Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies 2 2 Department of Physics and Astronomy 2 2 Department of Public School Administration and Supervision 2 2 Department of Vocal Studies 2 2 Division of Higher and Adult Education 2 2 Division of Occupational and Vocational Education 2 2 Music 2 2 School of Community Service 2 2 Toulouse Graduate School 2 2 Accounting 1 1 Applied Technology, Training and Development 1 1 Business Computer Information Systems 1 1 CoIlege of Business 1 1 Collede of Education 1 1 College Education 1 1 College of Engineering 1 1 College of Library and Information Science 1 1 College of Muisc 1 1 College of Visual Arts and Design 1 1 Computer Science and Engineering 1 1 Counseling Psychology 1 1 Curriculum and Instruction Doctoral Program Area 1 1 Department Of Biological Sciences 1 1 Department of Administration and Supervision 1 1 Department of Applied Technology, Training and Development 1 1 Department of Art Education 1 1 Department of Art Education Art History 1 1 Department of Art Education/Art History 1 1 Department of Behavior Analysis 1 1 Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 1 1 Department of Biological Science 1 1 Department of Biological Scinces 1 1 Department of Business Administration 1 1 Department of Business Computer Information System 1 1 Department of Composition 1 1 Department of Couneling and Higher Education 1 1 Department of Counseling 1 1 Department of Counseling Development and Higher Education 1 1 Department of Counseling and Student Services 1 1 Department of Education 1 1 Department of Educational Research 1 1 Department of Educationsl Psychology 1 1 Department of Elementary Education, Reading, and Early Childhood Education 1 1 Department of Elementary, Early Childhoo and Reading Education 1 1 Department of Elementary, Early Childhood Education, Reading Education 1 1 Department of Elementary, Early Childhood, and Reading [Education] 1 1 Department of Environmental Science 1 1 Department of Finance, Insurance Real Estate and Law 1 1 Department of Finance, Insurance, Real Estate, and law 1 1 Department of Finance, Real Estate, Insurance, and Law 1 1 Department of Finance, Real Estate, and Law 1 1 Department of Finance, lnsurance, Real Estate, and Law 1 1 Department of Graduate Studies in English 1 1 Department of Higher Education Adminstration 1 1 Department of Higher Education and Counseling 1 1 Department of History, Theory, and Ethnomusicology 1 1 Department of Information 1 1 Department of Information Sciences 1 1 Department of Instrumental Sciences 1 1 Department of Instrumetal Studies 1 1 Department of Intrumental Studies 1 1 Department of Jazz Studies 1 1 Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation 1 1 Department of Learning 1 1 Department of Learning Technologies Department 1 1 Department of Library Information Science 1 1 Department of Library and information Sciences 1 1 Department of Linguistics and Technical Communication 1 1 Department of Material Science and Engineering 1 1 Department of Merchandising and Digital Retailing 1 1 Department of Occupational/Vocational Education 1 1 Department of Organ 1 1 Department of Philosophy & Religion Studies 1 1 Department of Philosophy and Relgion Studies 1 1 Department of Phsyics 1 1 Department of Physiology 1 1 Department of Politcal Science 1 1 Department of Political Sciences 1 1 Department of Political science 1 1 Department of Public Administration and Management 1 1 Department of Public Adminstration 1 1 Department of Public Affairs and Community Service 1 1 Department of Radio, Television and Film 1 1 Department of Seconday Education 1 1 Department of Sociology and Anthropology 1 1 Department of Teacher Education 1 1 Department of Teacher Education & Administration 1 1 Department of Teacher Education Administration 1 1 Department of Teacher Education and Administratoin 1 1 Department of Teacher Education and Admistration 1 1 Department of Teacher Educational Psychology 1 1 Department of Technology 1 1 Department of Technology & Cognition 1 1 Department of Vocational-Occupational Education 1 1 Department of counseling and Higher Education 1 1 Department of of Art Education 1 1 Department of technology and Cognition 1 1 Department of the Educational Psychology 1 1 Department* of Applied Gerontology 1 1 Departments of Counseling and Higher Education 1 1 Departments of Sociology and Applied Gerontology 1 1 Division of Curriculum and Instruction 1 1 Division of Early Childhood, Elementary, and Reading Education 1 1 Division of Elementary, Early Childhood and Reading Education 1 1 Division of Public School Administration and Supervision 1 1 Doctor of Philosophy 1 1 Doctor of Physics 1 1 English 1 1 Graduate School 1 1 Graduate Studies 1 1 History Department 1 1 Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Information Science 1 1 Library and Information Science 1 1 Performance 1 1 Program of Curriculum and Instruction 1 1 Psychology Department 1 1 Public Administration 1 1 School of Information Sciences 1 1 School of Information, Library Science, and Technologies 1 1 [Bilogical Sciences] 1 1 [Department of Political Science] 1 1
Filter: DisciplineThis dialog allows you to filter your current search. Each of the Discipline listed note their name and the number of records that will be limited down to if you choose that option. The list can be sorted by name or the count.
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... 1,505 1505 Performance 504 504 Education 434 434 Higher Education 418 418 Information Science 212 212 English 209 209 Curriculum and Instruction 188 188 Clinical Psychology 181 181 Counseling Psychology 172 172 Physics 172 172 Educational Administration 158 158 Biology 149 149 Sociology 149 149 Counseling 134 134 Chemistry 131 131 Psychology 130 130 College Teaching 119 119 Mathematics 115 115 Political Science 112 112 History 103 103 Special Education 99 99 Accounting 88 88 Counseling and Student Services 88 88 Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine 87 87 Music Education 84 84 Computer Science 79 79 Early Childhood Education 79 79 Marketing 70 70 Materials Science and Engineering 67 67 Business Computer Information Systems 63 63 Management 62 62 Applied Technology, Training and Development 60 60 Administrative Leadership 58 58 Environmental Science 52 52 Finance 52 52 Higher Education Administration 52 52 Molecular Biology 52 52 Applied Technology and Performance Improvement 51 51 Composition 50 50 Secondary Education 49 49 Computer Science and Engineering 46 46 Educational Research 42 42 Biochemistry 41 41 Counselor Education 41 41 Learning Technologies 40 40 Educational Leadership 39 39 Musicology 39 39 Reading 39 39 Educational Computing 38 38 Art Education 37 37 Applied Gerontology 36 36 Music 32 32 Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine 31 31 Elementary Education 29 29 Music Theory 29 29 Analytical Chemistry 26 26 Business Administration 25 25 Management Science 24 24 Experimental Psychology 23 23 Biological Sciences 21 21 Teacher Education and Administration 21 21 Philosophy 20 20 Piano Performance 19 19 Public Administration 19 19 Organization Theory and Policy 18 18 Public Administration and Management 17 17 Vocational-Technical Education 17 17 Clinical Health Psychology 16 16 Library and Information Sciences 15 15 Adult/Continuing Education 14 14 Chemistry-Analytical Chemistry 14 14 Technology and Cognition 13 13 Business 12 12 College and University Teaching 12 12 Education Administration 12 12 Materials Science 11 11 Counseling and Personnel Administration 10 10 Personnel and Industrial Relations 10 10 Chemistry - Analytical Chemistry 9 9 Chemistry - Inorganic Chemistry 9 9 Educational Psychology 9 9 Industrial/Organizational Psychology 9 9 Library Science 9 9 Counseling, Development, and Higher Education 8 8 Educational Administration and Supervision 8 8 Educational Adminstration 8 8 Higher and Adult Education 8 8 Industrial-Organizational Psychology 8 8 Material Science and Engineering 8 8 Physical Chemistry 8 8 Adult Education 6 6 Adult and Continuing Education 6 6 Chemistry – Physical Chemistry 6 6 Chemistry-Inorganic Chemistry 6 6 Chemistry-Physical Chemistry 6 6 Counseling and Personnel Adminstration 6 6 Counseling and Student Personnel Services 6 6 Counseling, Development and Higher Education 6 6 Educational Research-Research, Measurement and Statistics 6 6 Industrial and Organizational Psychology 6 6 Inorganic Chemistry 6 6 Organic Chemistry 6 6 Organizational Theory and Policy 6 6 Chemistry - Organic Chemistry 5 5 Conducting 5 5 Mechanical and Energy Engineering 5 5 Reading Education 5 5 Applied Technology, Training, and Development 4 4 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 4 4 Business Administration-Logistics Systems 4 4 Chemistry - Chemistry Education 4 4 Chemistry – Analytical Chemistry 4 4 Chemistry-Organic Chemistry 4 4 Organ Performance 4 4 Performance-Jazz Studies 4 4 Adult Continuing Education 3 3 Applied Geography 3 3 Applied Technology & Performance Improvement 3 3 Applied Technology Training and Development 3 3 Business Administration-Finance 3 3 Business Administration-Management 3 3 Business Administration-Management Science 3 3 Business Administration-Marketing 3 3 Chemistry- Analytical Chemistry 3 3 Early Childhood 3 3 Education Leadership 3 3 Heath Psychology and Behavioral Medicine 3 3 Library and lnformation Sciences 3 3 Literacy and Language Studies 3 3 Microbiology 3 3 Occupational and Vocational Education 3 3 Production and Operations Management 3 3 School/Child Clinical Psychology 3 3 Trombone Performance 3 3 Voice Performance 3 3 Adult / Continuing Education 2 2 American History 2 2 American Literature 2 2 Behavioral Science 2 2 Business Administration-Accounting 2 2 Clarinet Performance 2 2 Counseling and Personnel Services 2 2 Curriculum and Instruction-Curriculum Studies 2 2 Educational Research - Research, Measurement and Statistics 2 2 Educational Research – Research, Measurement, and Statistics 2 2 Educational Research-Human Development and Family Studies 2 2 Flute Performance 2 2 Higher Education/College Teaching 2 2 Information Systems 2 2 Language and Literacy Studies 2 2 Learning Technology 2 2 Library and Information Science 2 2 Modern European History 2 2 Oboe 2 2 Production/Operations Management 2 2 Saxophone Performance 2 2 Trumpet Performance 2 2 Vocal Performance 2 2 Vocational Technical Education 2 2 [Psychology] 2 2 ATPI 1 1 Administration Leadership 1 1 Adult-Continuing Education 1 1 Applied Technology and Cognition 1 1 Applied Technology, Performance Improvement 1 1 Applied Technology, Training, Development 1 1 Art 1 1 Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology 1 1 Behavioral Medicine/Health Psychology 1 1 Biological Sciences – Plant Science 1 1 Biology / Physiology 1 1 Biology with specialization in Physiology 1 1 Biology/Neuroscience 1 1 Biology: Ecology 1 1 British Literature 1 1 Business - 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Gifted and Talented 1 1 Educational Psychology - Human Development and Family Studies 1 1 Educational Psychology - Psychological Aspects of Sport and Exercise 1 1 Educational Psychology-Human Development and Family Studies 1 1 Educational Research - Human Development and Family Studies 1 1 Educational Research - Research Measurement and Statistics 1 1 Educational Research – Research, Measurement and Statistics 1 1 Environmental Science – Science Education Research 1 1 Environmental Sciences 1 1 Euphonium Performance 1 1 European History 1 1 Finance and Banking 1 1 Finance, Insurance, Real Estate and Law 1 1 Finance, Insurance, Real Estate, and Law 1 1 Finance, lnsurance, Real Estate, and Law 1 1 General Psychology 1 1 Health Psychology 1 1 Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine 1 1 Higher Education Administration and Adult/Continuing Education 1 1 Higher Education Administration and Business Manangement 1 1 Higher Education-Administration 1 1 Higher/Adult Education 1 1 History – European History 1 1 History-European History 1 1 Human Resource Management 1 1 Industrial Organizational Psychology 1 1 Information Sciences 1 1 International Politics 1 1 Leadership and Supervision 1 1 Linguistics 1 1 Logistics 1 1 Management and Decision Sciences 1 1 Materials and Science Engineering 1 1 Math 1 1 Molecular Biology and Biochemistry 1 1 Molecular Genetics 1 1 Music - Composition 1 1 Music History 1 1 Music composition 1 1 Music-Composition 1 1 Musicology - Composition 1 1 Oboe Performance 1 1 Occupational-Technical Education 1 1 Operations Management Science 1 1 Orchestral Conducting 1 1 Organizational-Industrial Psychology 1 1 Perforance: Bassoon 1 1 Performance, Clarinet 1 1 Personnel Administration and Industrial Relations 1 1 Piano 1 1 Political Science/International Relations 1 1 Production Operations Management 1 1 Public School Administration 1 1 Radio, Television and Film 1 1 Reading [Education] 1 1 Secondary Education: Curriculum & Instruction 1 1 Social Organization/Disorganization 1 1 Sociology and Social Work 1 1 Solid State Physics 1 1 Special Education-Mild/Moderate Disabilities 1 1 Specialization 1 1 Studio Art and Administration 1 1 Teacher Educational and Administration 1 1 Technology & Cognition 1 1 Theory 1 1 Trumpet 1 1 United States History 1 1 Vocational Education 1 1 Vocational/Technical Education 1 1 Wind Conducting 1 1 Woodwinds Performance 1 1 [Conducting] 1 1 [Education] 1 1 [Higher Education] 1 1 [Higher and Adult Education] 1 1 [Information Science] 1 1 [Marketing] 1 1 [Physics] 1 1 musicoiogy 1 1