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    • Attachment in Breastfeeding Versus Formula Feeding 

      Kent, Karlee; Wilkins, Grace; Peterson, Hailey (2018-04-20)
      According to John Bowlby, infants are born with an innate need to maintain a close proximity to a primary caregiver “to protect an individual against physical and psychological threats and alleviate distress” (Bowlby, 2008, ...
    • Don’t Be So Dramatic, Woman! 

      Kinsey, Brenna; McGee, Kristina; Naidu, Kavida (2018-04-20)
      The history of theatre displays a long lineage of male produced plays. Dramaturgy, itself was shaped by men and has ever since been focused on men, and men’s perspectives and interpretations of the world. Playwriting, ...
    • From “The Blacker the Berry” and “Fight the Power” to “Y’all Act Like You Never Seen a White Person” Before: Double Consciousness in Race through Hip-Hop and Rap Music 

      Lewis, Jessica; Perrigot, Katie (2018-04-20)
      “It is a peculiar sensation, this double consciousness, this sense of always looking at one’s self through the eyes of others, of measuring one’s soul by the tape of a world that looks in on amused contempt and pity...One ...
    • Forest Age and Growth Rate of Ponderosa Pines at the Forest–Meadow Boundary; Canyon Creek, MT 

      Mills, Kristina (2018-04-20)
      The forest–meadow boundary is an ecotone where the encroachment of trees is typically restricted by some limiting environmental factor (soil moisture, grazing, fire frequency). The Triple 8 Ranch field station in Canyon ...
    • Oxidation of Diphenylmethanol: An Investigation of Kinetics in the Solid State 

      Palys, Lauren (2018-04-20)
      Solvent-less reactions make way for the elimination of hazardous waste generated in many chemical syntheses. Disposal of chemical solvents is difficult because they are often hazardous to the environments, toxic, flammable, ...
    • Application of Differential Equations in Modeling Cardiac Cells 

      Olszewski, Daniel (2018-04-20)
      Ordinary differential equations allow us to model the behavior of single cardiac cells in response to stimuli. Extending these equations into a cable of cells, we get a set of partial differential equations that describe ...
    • Children and the Kingdom of God: A Comparison of the Gospel of Luke and the Gospel of Thomas 

      Pyle, Jacqueline (2018-04-20)
      Both the Gospel of Luke and the noncanonical Gospel of Thomas depict Jesus teaching about children/infants entering the kingdom. My paper compares Luke 18:15-17 to logion 22 from the Gospel of Thomas. While the language ...
    • Solar Water-Heating in the Developing World 

      Gomez, Raymond; Miller, Kellen (2018-04-20)
      We designed a solar heating system for an elderly home in Saint Lucia. St. Lucia is a Caribbean island-country with abundant rainfall. We worked with EWB to design a system that provides sufficient hot rainwater to the ...
    • Do Early Adopters Get the Worm? 

      Redman, Mackenzie; Bradshaw, Brigid; Carbo, Caroline; Dowdy, Michaela; Garber, Kelly; Hashley, Cassidy; Kenney, Jaylin; Munding, David; Preston, Joseph; Renggli, Melissa; Seaton, Joshua; Waldher, Zachary (2018-04-20)
      Corporate leaders in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting use GRI reports, Integrated Reports, and SASB metrics to communicate value creation to stakeholders. Sustainable organizations recognize changes ...
    • Land Cover Association of Culex tarsalis in Western Montana 

      McNally, Harold (2018-04-20)
      Cx. tarsalis is the major vector of West Nile Virus (WNV) in Montana, so a higher concentration of Cx. tarsalis would most likely correspond to an area of high WNV incidence. Previous studies performed in the U.S. found ...
    • Latin American Development in Brazil 

      Wendel, Daniel (2018-04-20)
      This study investigates the web of complexities that is Brazil’s development in the modern world. In 2003, one-fifth of the population was between the ages of 15 and 24, which emphasizes the incredible gravity that each ...
    • Spiritual Care in a Healthcare Setting 

      Bartlett, John (2018-04-20)
      Health is often seen as the lack of illness or disease within a person. Often in the hospital it is these that are treated as well as emotional problems that may arise. Often spirituality and spiritual health is not seen ...
    • Analysis of Metals in Lake Helena Core Samples 

      Imhof, Ryan (2018-04-20)
      Core samples from Lake Helena at depths ranging from 20 - 200cm have been digested, filtered, and analyzed for heavy metals via Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-AES). ICP-AES allows for analysis ...
    • "Utopian Bureaucracy: Collective Empowerment or Tyrannical Control?” 

      Glenn, Callie (2018-04-20)
      The evolution of social structures has led to the development of many styles of government, one of them being bureaucracy. One might think that assigning a larger number of people to more specific tasks allows for increased ...
    • Secondary Analysis of Maternal Education and Decision of Medical Birth Attendant 

      Walter, Cassidy; Sherick, Courtney (2018-04-20)
      OB-GYN doctors are more medically trained and capable in high risk or emergency births than most certified midwives, but they do not offer personalized care like midwives. Multiple previous studies have shown that midwives ...
    • Cell Phones and Conflict Intensity: Overcoming Collective Action Problems 

      Wendel, Daniel (2018-04-20)
      Violence is pervasive. So, now, are cell phones. This study investigates the possible relation between the two. Social scientists have long argued that new technologies, such as cell phones, can make it easier for people ...
    • Nibbling Gadflies 

      Mull, Branan (2018-04-20)
      In this paper I examine issues related to public and private “moral authority”, and how this public moral authority interferes with the exercise of private moral authority. This paper explores what public authority is, and ...
    • Depression and Eating Disorders in Adolescent Females 

      Carparelli, Maria (2018-04-20)
      This systematic review collected peer reviewed articles examining the relationship between depression and eating disorders, to determine if females aged 10-25 who have depressive disorder or depression are at risk for also ...
    • Santa Maria Irrigation Expansion 

      Graves, John; Schmeltzer, Elly (2018-04-20)
      Santa Maria is an orphanage and refuge for elderly located in Queretaro, Mexico. The community operates a farm as a source of food, income, and education for their students who are tasked with running daily operations. ...
    • Empires and Nemeses: The Collapse of the Soviet Union 

      Nicksic, Marija (2018-04-20)
      Numerous components contributed to the collapse of the USSR, but this paper argues that Mikhail Gorbachev’s policies and decisions were the deciding factor in the death of the empire. First, he created a reformist faction ...