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    • "The rat P300 ERP to signaled occurrence and omission of expected reinforcers following extended training" 

      Klipec, William D.; Schneider, Brooke; Brackney, Ryan J.; Stanley, Kacey; Schwabe, Jennifer; Young, Bryce (2005-06-23)
      A series of experiments in our laboratory have shown that rat P300 ERP amplitude is an incremental function of conditioned stimulus proximity to primary reinforcement in simple behavioral chains, suggesting that the P300 ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Hamlet (program 1) 

      Culver, April; Haupert, Matt; Tourville, Luke; Foley, Kate; Isacksen, Benn (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Hamlet (program 2) 

      Pincsak, Cecily; Schiedler, Greg; Wiseman, Kathy; Dixon, Laura (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Hamlet (program 3) 

      Haugen, Brigitte; Skillman, Katie; LeBlanc, Brent; Carroll, Patrick; Goodwin, Sydnie; Heiny, Elizabeth (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Hamlet (program 4) 

      Courtright, Ross; Hoover, Casey; Kennedy, Matt; Bochanyin, Molly; Werning, Stephanie (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Merchant of Venice (program 1) 

      Rabideaux, Becca; Jagow, Ben; Ford, Marissa; Carges, Bailey; Coffey, Sarah (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Merchant of Venice (program 2) 

      Saleh, Omar; Penland, Mandy; Hughes, Dammon; Fulton, Freddie; Miller, Ashley; Pierce, Martha (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Merchant of Venice (program 3) 

      Fischer, Alex; Gebhardt, Anna; Moore, Kat; Sherman, Kelsie (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Merchant of Venice (program 4) 

      Markwardt, Alex; Synowicki, Aimee; Curtis, Ari; Sternhagen, Nicole; Hanson, Ira; Johnson, Laura (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Twelfth Night (program 1) 

      Altman, Michelle; Draffen, Emily; Morgan, Shannon; Cook, Stephanie; Meyer, April (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Twelfth Night (program 2) 

      Brotzer, Devin; Smith, Madella; Zielinski, Sarah; Kemble, Whitley; Mendez, Adrian (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Twelfth Night (program 3) 

      Appleton, Kayla; Piekarczyk, Andrea; Yin, Tina; DeBroux, Andy; Vecitis, Katie (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Twelfth Night (program 4) 

      Bellis, Amanda; McKeighan, Alex; Rockey, Erica; Dietz, Hilary; Weeks, Ryan (2011-07-19)
      William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
    • Relational Learning Using Speed of Motion 

      Leiker, Emily; Carlson, Gwen (2010-05-10)
      Pigeons demonstrate robust relational learning after multiple-pair transposition training (Lazareva, Young, & Wasserman, 2005; Lazareva, Miner, Young, & Wasserman, 2008). These studies, however, employed the stimuli varying ...
    • Relationship Between Field Soccer Skills and Computer-Simulated Soccer Skills 

      VanLandegen, Sarah K.; Andresen, Jan-Michael; McVey, Quinn A.; Goranson, Kari E. (2010-05-10)
      The evolution of video games seems to have revolutionized the way many pursue entertainment, activities, and now, even fitness. With physically interactive games systems such as the Wii being taken by a storm it may lead ...
    • Roll Call: Gender and the Alaska Municipal Clerk 

      Kielsmeier, Krista (2021-05)
      Attendance at an Alaska Association of Municipal Clerks conference makes the gender disparity of the profession readily apparent. What caused this disparity, and what is its impact? A statewide municipal officials directory ...
    • Searching for Bediasite Tektites in Texas 

      Mason, Morris H. (2009-06-24)
      Thirty-five million years ago a very large object collided with the earth in the Chesapeak Bay area of the United States east coast. During the collision, molten earthly material was created. It "splashed" up and rained ...
    • Selective epoxidation of olefines using dioxirane system 

      Rosebraugh, Matthew; Cole, Erin; Mirafzal, Gholam A. (2007-05-31)
      Oxidation of alkenes using 1,3-dichloromethyldioxirane produces good to excellent yield of epoxide products. The reaction system is facile, mild, efficient and safe. Our results involving epoxidation of various alkene ...
    • Self-concept, depression, and negative peer interactions: Exploring the social and psychological health of college students 

      Glick, Gary C. (2007-05-31)
      This exploratory self-report study examined the links between self-concept, psychological health, and negative peer interactions among college students. While a wealth of past research is devoted to examining such constructs ...
    • Shining Light on Solar Energy Prospects in Iowa: Decorah & The Path to Iowa's Energy Future 

      Keane, John; Khan, Sadia; Krieg, Jamie; Noonan, Daniel; Oster, Jordan (Drake University, 2014)
      The sun is our most impressive source of energy. More than one million times the earth’s size, every year the sun provides ten times more energy than is stored in all the world’s reserves of coal and oil. The amount and ...