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Riparian Woody Plant Diversity, Composition, and Structure across an Urban-Rural Land Use Gradient in the Piedmont of Georgia, US
Riparian forests are increasingly threatened by urban expansion and land use change worldwide. Understanding the impacts of urbanization on riparian forests is critical because riparian areas provide a variety of important ...
An Examination of the Effects of Cultural, Climatic, Structural, and Technological Factors on Knowledge Management Effectiveness
This study examined the effects of culture, climate, intrinsic motivators, structure and technological capabilities on knowledge management effectiveness when structure is moderated by technological capabilities. Knowledge ...
What Are Your Children Watching? A DPICS-II Analysis Of Parent-Child Interactions In Television Cartoons
The immense proliferation of cartoons on television provides children with a variety of cartoon models, many engaging in family life. The purpose of this study was to conduct a content analysis on parent-child interactions ...
The Test of Auditory Processing Skills - Third Edition (TAPS-3): Validity Analyses and Reconceptualization Based on the Cattell-Horn-Carroll Model of Cognitive Abiliities
The purpose of the present study was to examine relationships between subtests from a recently revised measure of auditory processing, The Test of Auditory Processing Skills – Third Edition (TAPS-3) (Martin & Brownell, ...
Reducing Cribbing Frequency in Horses Through Dietary Supplementation of Tryptophan and Calcium Carbonate
Cribbing is an equine stereotypy that results in damage to both the horse and the facilities. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that has calming effects on many animals’ behavior (Fernstrum, 1994). It has been shown that ...
Phonological Awareness Skills of Six-year-old Children with Mild and Moderate Articulation Disorders
An investigation of the phonological awareness skills of children with mild and moderate articulation disorders is presented in this thesis. A sample of 24 first graders, 12 of whom had normal articulation and the other ...