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Igor Stravinsky's Use of the Bassoon in his Compositions from 1908 to 1948

Description: Igor Stravinsky is widely considered one of the most important and influential composers of the 20th century and a pivotal figure in modernist music. This study analyzed how Stravinsky absorbed the bassoon's solo and ensemble functions which he inherited and later significantly extended the scope of these functions by adapting them to his individual needs. The study concluded that Stravinsky's compositions are and will remain important landmarks in the history of bassoon literature.
Date: August 1973
Creator: Schroeder, Daniel F.
Partner: UNT Libraries

University of North Texas Open Access Publication Review (2019-2021): Workflows and Insights

Description: This poster presents results, workflows, and process insights into an Open Access publication review of UNT-affiliated authors. Publication data from 2019-2021 of UNT-affiliated authors was reviewed for the purpose of including it in the institutional repository, UNT Scholarly Works. It was presented at the Texas Conference on Digital Libraries which was held virtually May 23-26, 2022.
Date: May 23, 2022
Creator: Scott, Megan E. & Johnson-Freeman, Whitney R.
Partner: UNT Libraries

Acculturation to African Culture Exerts a Large Effect on Neuropsychological Measures

Description: Poster examining the association of acculturation with test performance on a neuropsychological battery. It was presented at the 9th Annual Psychology Research Fair held at the University of North Texas in 2019.
Date: 2019
Creator: Braggs, Princess; Ikanga, Jean; Howard, Christopher & Stringer, Anthony Y.
Partner: Center for Psychosocial Health Disparities Research

Association of Doctoral Training Data with Scores on the Examination for the Professional Practice of Psychology (EPPP)

Description: Poster on a longitudinal follow-up of individuals trained by member programs of the nationwide Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology (CUDCP) who participated in any of the internship match studies described by Callahan, Collins, and Klonoff (2010) and Callahan, Hogan, Klonoff, and Collins (2014). It was presented at the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology Virtual Midwinter Meeting in January 2022.
Date: January 2022
Creator: Ortiz, Andrea & Callahan, Jennifer L.
Partner: Center for Psychosocial Health Disparities Research

Scores Significantly Differ Between African Americans and African Immigrants on the African Neuropsychological Battery

Description: Poster examines the association of acculturation with test performance on a neuropsychological battery. It was presented at the 9th Annual Psychology Research Fair held at the University of North Texas in 2019.
Date: 2019
Creator: Braggs, Princess; Ikanga, Jean; Howard, Christopher & Stringer, Anthony Y.
Partner: Center for Psychosocial Health Disparities Research

Diversity in the Professional Psychology Training-to-workforce Pipeline: Results From Doctoral Psychology Student Population Data

Description: Poster exploring the representation of race/ethnicity, disability, and gender identification of doctoral psychology students in the U.S. compared to national population figures. It was presented at the 2020 Midwinter Meeting of the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology held on January 17-18, 2020 in Austin, Texas.
Date: 2020-01-17/2020-01-18
Creator: Callahan, Jennifer L.; Smotherman, Jesse M.; Dziurzynski, Kristan E.; Love, Patrick K.; Kilmer, Elizabeth D.; Niemann, Yolanda F. et al.
Partner: Center for Psychosocial Health Disparities Research

Racial and Ethnic Diversity Among Clinical Psychology Doctoral Students Applying for Intership

Description: Poster evaluates the representation of racial and ethnic minority students in clinical psychology doctoral programs as well as the rate at which they were matched for internship compared to non-Hispanic White students. It was presented at the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology Virtual Midwinter Meeting held in January 2021. It was also presented at the UNT Psychology Research Day event held in November 2020.
Date: January 2021
Creator: Dimmick, Andrew & Callahan, Jennifer L.
Partner: Center for Psychosocial Health Disparities Research
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Perspective: In the Time of COVID-19 | Still Black See

Description: This article looks at different eras where African American voices and bodies were uplifted through the arts, publishing, and archives using technology as its platform for communication during calamity in the United States and why it is important that this tradition continues during COVID-19 and in the new decade. The intent of this article is to make those who are unaware aware of the use of digital technologies in the 20th century from an African American perspective through publishing and archiving, as well as community art spaces.
Date: November 7, 2021
Creator: Keeton, kYmberly
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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Sexuality Educational Needs and Religiosity of Premarital Young Adults

Description: Sexual knowledge and concerns are part of the multidimensional nature of human sexuality, shaped by sociocultural influences (e.g. religiosity and culture). The relationship between couples’ religiosity and their sexuality education needs is poorly understood. The purpose of the research as a pilot study was to explore premarital individuals’ sexual and reproductive health literacy and sexual concerns, as well as whether religiosity might be able to predict either one of these variables. Using a small sample of dating and engaged couples and individuals (N = 48), bivariate regression analyses, analyses of variance, and a canonical correlation analysis (CCA) were conducted on survey data. Results from the CCA indicated that there may be a complex and negative relationship between one’s religiosity and sexual/reproductive health knowledge, but given the small sample size, the results were statistically insignificant.
Date: 2018
Creator: Larva, Michelle A. E.
Partner: UNT College of Education

Journal Entry Detail

Description: Work of art in Paper, bird feather, plastic bag, tree leaves by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: April 2021
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
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Memories of the Future

Description: Brief Artist Statement by Augustine Uzor as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Memories of the Future" at The Gough Gallery Space in the Patterson Appleton Art Center in Denton, TX on February 20-28, 2021.
Date: May 2021
Creator: Uzor, Augustine
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Rock Collection

Description: Work of art in Collection of rocks and faux crystals by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: April 2021
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Collection of Maps and Journal entries

Description: Work of art in Journal entries, printed maps by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: April 2021
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Soil Collection

Description: Work of art in Soils, plastic bags, labels by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: April 2021
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Rock Collection, Installation View

Description: Work of art in Collection of rocks and faux crystals by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: April 2021
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Data Mountains, Detail

Description: Work of art in Tree branches and sticks, twine, by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: April 2021
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Data Mountains, Installation View

Description: Work of art in Tree branches and sticks, twine, by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: April 2021
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Data Mountains, Detail

Description: Work of art in various media by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: April 2021
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Terrain

Description: Work of art in plaster, soil, rocks by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: 2020
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Sometimes Islands, Installation View

Description: Work of art in terrain structures made with discarded foam, soil by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: 2020
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Sometimes Islands

Description: Work of art in terrain structures made with discarded foam, soil by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: 2020
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Human / Nature, AR Application

Description: Work of art in Augmented reality application displayed on Android by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: 2020
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Sometimes Islands

Description: Work of art in terrain structures made with discarded foam, soil by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: 2020
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Sometimes Islands, View from a Drone

Description: Work of art in Terrain structures made of foam and soil. by artist Maria Villanueva as part of a 2021 MFA Exhibition, entitled "Legend Systems: An Escape to a Hidden Land, ” in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building Atrium on the campus of the University of North Texas on March 1-5, 2021. MFA Exhibition, view from the stairs in the atrium.
Date: 2020
Creator: Villanueva, Maria
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
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