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L2 Auditory Processing of Three Spanish Dialects. Comprehensibility and its Relationship with Accentedness and Familiarity. 

Trenta, Laura (2022-04-26)  ETD File Embargoed
The purpose of this thesis is to explore the impact on comprehensibility judgments – the difficulty that listeners perceive they have in understanding an utterance – in the auditory processing of three dialects of Spanish ...

La nueva literatura piquetera: incursión en la semilla del cambio 

Mendoza, Aldo (2014-05-29)
El capítulo I se centra en Jorge Luis Borges. Se profundiza en las ideas del autor como padre del boom con respecto a la espiralidad y la eternidad observadas tanto en su poesía como en su prosa con la finalidad de exponer ...

A lab study comparing several faking measures under a simulated selection context 

Yuan, Yuan (2015-07-24)
Industrial and organizational psychologists have long been aware that faking is a concern in the personnel selection practices. In high-stakes selection context, applicants can be highly motivated to fake good on personality ...

Laboratory and Field Testing of Precast, Three Sided Arch Culverts 

Meadows, Richard L. (2012-05-10)
The use of precast, three-sided arch culverts has become fairly popular for new short-span bridges and bridge replacements due to their rapid construction time, aesthetic appeal, and minimal impact to the waterway, but ...

Laboratory Evaluation of Heat Exchange Between Superheated Virgin Aggregate and Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement Material 

Gatiganti, Surendra Chowdari (2021-07-27)  ETD File Embargoed
The most common method of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) material processing in the production of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) in the United States is by using cold feed recycling. Superheating the virgin aggregates by hot gas ...

Laboratory Investigation of the Dynamics of Shear Flows in a Plasma Boundary Layer 

DuBois, Ami (2013-10-28)
The laboratory experiments presented in this dissertation investigate a regime of instabilities that occur when a highly localized, radial electric field oriented perpendicular to a uniform background magnetic field gives ...

Laboratory Refinement of 4.75 mm Superpave Designed Asphalt Mixtures 

Rausch, David (2006-12-15)
In 2004 a pooled fund study was initiated to refine mix design criteria for 4.75mm NMAS Superpave designed mixes and field validate design criteria. Nine states were participants in this study, Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, ...

Laboratory Scour Testing of Hard Cohesive Soils in Alabama 

Wright, William (2014-01-09)
Establishing scour parameters in order to estimate the loss of soil adjacent to bridge piers is a crucial element in the design of highway bridges crossing over rivers and streams. Although there are numerous design criteria ...

Laboratory Testing of Transverse Joints in Precast-Panel Bridge-Deck Replacement Systems 

Matthews, Jamieson (2017-08-17)
Out of the 614,387 bridges in the United States, 56,007 are structurally deficient (FHWA 2016). In many instances this structural deficiency relates to the deck of the bridge. Deck degradation is very common in bridges ...

Lactic Acid Production from Filamentous Algae grown using Aquaponics Wastewater 

Burgess, Nicholas (2021-01-07)
Algal Turf Scrubber (ATS) systems are a known method of treating nitrogen and phosphorous rich wastewater by cultivating green filamentous algae biomass. One novel source of this wastewater is from an aquaponics system, ...

The Lactocrine Hypothesis and Laser Microdissection: Evaluating Tissue-Specific Effects of Milk-Borne Factors on Gene Expression in the Neonatal Porcine Uterus 

Miller, Dori (2014-05-29)
In the pig, development of the uterus begins in utero and is promoted postnatally via communication of milk-borne bioactive factors (MbFs) that advance development of neonatal somatic tissues. The passage of MbFs from ...

Lag Order and Critical Values for the RMA Based Augmented Dickey-Fuller Test 

Liu, Zhixiao (2010-07-06)
This thesis examines the validity of asymptotic critical values for a Recursive Mean Adjustment (RMA) based Augmented Dickey-Fuller (ADF) unit root test. Cheung and Lai show that critical values for the Ordinary least ...

Laminated and Hybrid Soft Body Armor for Ballistic Applications 

Kocer, Hasan (2007-12-15)
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of lamination and hybrid soft armor systems through ballistic impact. The investigation was carried out by using tensile, drop-weight impact and actual ballistic ...

Land Use Land Cover Change Projection for use in Municipal Water Resource Planning in the Saugahatchee Watershed 

Sawant, Rajesh (2012-01-09)
The present work analyzes land use land cover changes in the Saugahatchee watershed through the use of remotely sensed satellite imagery. Urban growth has effect on the land use pattern in the local as well as in the ...

Land-use Changes, Forest Type Changes, and Related Environmental Concerns in the Southern U.S. 

Meng, Li (2011-05-06)
The U.S. South covers roughly 24 percent of the total land area and 30 percent of the unreserved forest area of the United States. During the past few decades, the region has experienced dramatic land use as well as forest ...

Land: Water Surface Area Ratio for Aquaculture Ponds 

Jescovitch, Lauren N. (2014-03-31)
Aquaculture farms use more land than the pond water surface area because of the necessity for embankments, canals, roads, storage areas, offices, parking lots, and staging areas. Aquaculture farms with different-sized ...

Landscape Architecture Thesis 

Unknown author (2013-09-17)
A variety of MLA thesis.

Landscape Disturbance: Using Initial Conditions to Establish Urban Terrain as an Ongoing Negotiation 

Lamberth, Josh (2011-11-30)
Rethinking the traditional urban design function of a master plan has become increasingly important in recent years. Not only is there now a recognized need to design in order to accommodate change over time, but there is ...

Landscape Phage-Targeted Drug Delivery to Breast Cancer Cells 

Fagbohun, Olusegun (2010-12-08)
The prevalence of breast cancer is still a public health burden worldwide. Recently, there has been significant progress in the management of breast cancer with the two FDA-approved cancer nanomedicines employing the concept ...

Landscapes of the Uglyful 

McGraw, Rachel (2014-12-10)
Landscape architects can use new radicalisms to move away from the ingrained and the habitual. There is an opportunity to push the boundaries of aesthetics and abandon inefficient design norms that are fixed in the realm ...