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    • Exemplifying Myth: J.E.B. Stuart and the Confederate Aristocracy 

      Artaiz, Thomas (2012-04-01)
      This paper is divided up into three areas of study. Chapter one is dedicated to a cursory overview to antebellum Southern culture, highlighting major themes such as militarism, hospitality, and chivalry. These cultural ...
    • Exercise Your Gut Feeling 

      Olsen, Alexa; Croy, Brigit; Triplett, Mallory (2020-04-24)
      Probiotics have become a burning issue in mainstream society. Probiotics are described as “live microorganisms, [that] demonstrate modulatory effects on pro- (i.e., IL-6) and anti-inflammatory (i.e., IL-10) cytokines” ...
    • Exercising Power as a Care-Giver, Revisited: An Argument for Virtue and Responsibility in Childcare 

      Smith, Connor (2016-04-01)
      This paper will set forth an argument for the ethical course of action for adult care-givers when dealing with moral issues regarding the children in their care. I will begin by setting the context for this argument by ...
    • Existence and Kierkegaard 

      Sullivan, John (1969-04-01)
      This thesis Is an attempt to present and share a student’s appreciation of Kierkegaard’s thought with regard to existence. As a summary and synthesis of his effort, it is inadequate, for it merely presents an introduction ...
    • Existentialism and Free Will 

      Gray, Edward (1992-04-01)
      In the mid- to late nineteenth century, two movements arose In Europe with apparently disparate intentions: one embodied a purely philosophical awareness of the human condition, while the other spurred the psychological ...
    • Exotic Animals From A To Z: A Picture Dictionary For Mentally Retarded Junior High and High School Students 

      Flaim, Mary (1984-04-01)
      The purpose of this animal picture dictionary is to teach and develop in the educably mentally retarded student the skills of alphabetizing, recalling facts, defining terms, finding the main idea and msxingiinferences. ...
    • Expanding Coaching Boys Into Men 

      Maes, Emilie; Holmes, Bray; Brensdal, Bryan; Duffy, Brandon; Sullivan, Michael; Huttle, Ellen; Durfey, Trent; Lambrecht, London; Thurston, Broder (2022)
      It is no secreet that sexual violence is ubiquitous on college campuses. Several universities have implemented a program to educate young men on the impacts of these crimes as well as ways to be effective bystanders. ...
    • Expansion of Livingston Airport Turnarounds 

      Little, Lauren; Maccoun, Skyler (2021-04-11)
      The Livingston Airport (LVM) is located in Livingston, Montana in Park County. The population is roughly 8,000 people, however, due to its location, the airport has a high volume of tourist traffic. The high demand calls ...
    • Explorative Case Study of Communicative Competence in 19 Year-Old Male with Severe Communication Impairments 

      Schuster, Rebecca (2000-04-01)
      The development of communication and language skills is vital to fulfilling the goals of expressing needs and wants, exchanging information, and developing social closeness. The process of building communicative competence ...
    • Exploratory Research In the Area of Sibling Aggression 

      Amundson, Christine (2001-04-01)
      Based on the scarcity of existing research, sibling aggression in society remains one of the last unreported and unacknowledged domestic violence issues in America. Indeed, the importance for more investigation to support ...
    • Exploring GluR2-Interacting Proteins in Caenorhabditis elegans 

      Brothers, John (2016-04-01)
      The expression of ?-3-hydroxy-5-Methlisoxaole-4-Propionic Acid Receptors (AMPARs) on the post-synaptic region of a neuron has direct impacts on many physiological functions of the brain, including learning and memory. ...
    • Exploring Radon Exposure Therapy for the Control of Chronic Pain 

      van Brandt, Rowan; Tacey, Angela (2019-04-25)
      Pain affects every person at some point in their life. Chronic pain, however, is defined by the National Institute of Health (NIH) as pain lasting for greater 6 months (Treede et al., 2015, p. 1003). It not only negatively ...
    • Exploring the Beta Reaction of September 11, 2001 

      Ronan, Elizabeth (2005-04-01)
      The purpose of this research paper is to examine select stock betas before and after September 11, 2001 in an attempt to identify a perceived change in market risk. To achieve this aforementioned purpose, definitions of ...
    • Exploring the Development of Moral Value Using Sigmund Freud and Shakespeare's King Lear 

      Willig, Lily (2019-04-25)
      Sigmund Freud concludes in the fourth lecture of his "Five Lectures on Psycho-Analysis" that children develop psychosocially in a pattern, learning standards of morality from their parents. "King Lear" is a Shakespearian ...
    • Exploring the Effects of Environmental Temperature on CDC-7 Expression in T. thermophila 

      Brothers, John; Gerry, Alexis; Scofield, Lauren; Otto-Hitt, Stefanie (2018-07-01)
      Tetrahymena thermophila are unicellular eukaryotes with a remarkably large genome: over 27,000 genes. One important aspect of studying the Tetrahymena genome is identifying and understanding what factors influence gene ...
    • Exploring the Human Papillomavirus in Female College Students 

      Blankenstein, Kellie (2010-04-01)
      The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is not only the most common but also the most prevalent Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) in the United States. To date, 20 million people are infected with HPV. The female population has ...
    • Exploring the Natural Connection of Mathematical and Musical Concepts Using Mathematica 

      Hayter, Joe; Cobb, Sarah (2002-04-01)
      Math and music share one very common property; they are both universal languages of the world. Their scientific relationship represents another powerful tie. The harmonious, unique, and enjoyable tunes we hear are surrounded ...
    • Exploring the Role of Dctn2 in the Trafficking of GluR2- containing AMPA Receptors 

      Barnett, Mark (2015-04-01)
      AMPA receptors are post-synaptic receptors that play a role in thinking and learning. Although their function is understood, the trafficking and regulation of AMPA receptors in neurons remains unclear. The goal of my ...
    • Exploring the Role of Dync1li1 in the Trafficking of GLUA2 Containing AMPA Receptors 

      Esposito, Leah (2017-05-13)
      AMPA receptors are glutamate receptors that are found in the post-synaptic region of a neuron. They are one of the main receptors that are responsible for excitatory signaling in the central nervous system. The trafficking ...
    • Exploring the Role of Olfm1 in the Trafficking of GluR2- containing AMPA Receptors 

      Kramer, Shelby (2014-04-01)
      The interactions between post-synaptic receptors and pre-synaptic molecules are responsible for coordinating numerous human activities such as thought, behavior, memory, learning and homeostasis. Important excitatory ...