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The effects of tolerance for ambiguity and ambiguous instructions on creativity
von Hullsiek, Brad.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2718 p.

...Research suggests that creativity flourishes when problems and situations are ambiguous, as it allows people to think freely when solving a problem. Past research has also found that creative individu...

Genderfree: Liberating psyche and perception from the constructs of gender
von Mushegain, Lorig M.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2719 p.

...This work explores the social constructs of sex and gender and gender perceptions in the United States and Western culture with specific focus on the social constructs of male, female, intersex, andro...

The relation between body image, sexual functioning, women's genital self image, and feminist identity
von Madewell, Amy N.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2719 p.

...The purpose of the study was to investigate the relationship between body image, sexual functioning, genital self image, and feminist identity among a sample of female undergraduate students (N = 288)...

Positive youth development (PYD) and the psychological impact on youth after incarceration
von Ouni, Ali F.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2719 p.

...According to the U.S. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, each year nearly 100,000 young people are released back into their neighborhood and communities from detention facilities. ...

Furthering Conservation of Resources Theory: How Our Values Influence Our Stress Response
von Morelli, Neil.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2719 p.

...Conservation of resources (Hobfoll, 1989) theory is an increasingly applied conceptualization of the stress process (Hobfoll & Lilly, 1993; Neveu, 2007). To evaluate and expand this theory, an explora...

The relevance of high reliability theory (HRT) to reliability-seeking organizations (RSOs)
von Al Nizami (Bani-Mustafa), Amir Khaled.
In: Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 72 (2012), 08, 2719 p.

...The purpose of this study was to explore the relevance and applicability of high reliability theory (HRT) to reliability-seeking organizations (RSOs) and organizations in the mainstream (MOs). RSOs ar...

Effects of Graphical Feedback and Coaching on the Quantity and Quality of Parent-Child Language Interaction
von Rafdal, Brooke H.
In: Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 72 (2012), 08, 2719 p.

...The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of an intervention to enhance the quantity and quality of parent-child language interactions among families experiencing multiple social an...

"I'll Get by with a Little Help from my Friends": Peer Response Groups in the Composition Classroom
von Witikko, Neil Bryan.
In: Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 72 (2012), 08, 2719 p.

...Peer response groups in the composition classroom have become a standard part of the writing process for many teachers. However, some teachers maintain that the results of peer response groups are une...

First impressions from the jury box: How the length of expert witness testimony influences mock trial deliberations
von Titcomb, Caroline Richards.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2720 p.

...The present study examined the influence that a juror's first impressions of an expert witness might have on two outcomes: judgments of the witness' credibility, and verdict decisions in a criminal ca...

Stress, mood, eating, and craving
von Charbonneau, Ashley.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2721 p.

...Stressful events can have profound effects on physical and psychological wellbeing and their impact can vary depending on the type of stressor encountered, emotional and physiological responses, and i...

Exploring the applicability of a Lean Six Sigma framework for performance excellence to K--12 education in New York state---a soft systems approach
von Buccino, Thomas D. Jr.
In: Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 72 (2012), 08, 2721 p.

...Based on current legislation, existing accountability systems, and organizational practice reflected by present data trends, the level of academic proficiency mandated for all students enrolled in New...

An Empirical Examination of Gender Neutral, Salient, and Specific Risk Factors for Male and Female Criminal Recidivism
von Grieves, Andrea.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2722 p.

...Using components of the Dynamic Factors Identification and Analysis (DFIA; Brown & Motiuk, 2005; Motiuk, 1997) assessment tool as risk predictors, the present study explored whether or not risk factor...

Grooming child victims in an online environment
von Gledhill, JonAnn.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2722 p.

...This research focuses on grooming techniques used by predators in their search and seduction of child victims in an online environment. Specifically, the research focused on techniques used in the phy...

The Effects of Behavioral Momentum on Social Skills
von Storey, Kristen.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2723 p.

...The effects of a high-probability request sequence on compliance with social requests was examined. The participant was a 14 year-old boy diagnosed with autism who frequently avoided social interactio...

A Dynamic Network Analysis of vision in complex organizations
von Christiansen, Jon.
In: Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 72 (2012), 08, 2723 p.

...The purpose of this study was to model the role of vision in a complex organization and the roles that agents, tasks, knowledge, roles, resources and beliefs play. For this purpose, an investigation i...

Exploring the influence of dyadic adult attachment on physical, sexual, and relational aggression within romantic relationships
von Wilson, Jonathan Burton.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2724 p.

...Scope and Method of Study. The purpose of this study was to identify if an association exists between dyadic adult attachment and physical, sexual, and relational aggression within romantic relationsh...

The Deaccreditation of Compton Community College: An Interpretation Through the Kubler-Ross Grief Construct
von Curry, Keith Charles.
In: Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 72 (2012), 08, 2724 p.

...This dissertation builds upon Hoffman and Wallace's (2008) research on the psychological consequences of the deaccreditation process of Compton Community College, which in turn draws upon Elizabeth Ku...

Predictors of White adoptive parents' cultural and racial socialization behaviors with their Asian adopted children
von Berbery, Maria Luz.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2726 p.

...This study examined predictors of White adoptive parents' (N=200) cultural and racial socialization behaviors with their Asian adopted children. Specifically, the study investigated White Racial Ident...

Sex Differences in the Role of Peer Relationships in Buffering Victimized Early Adolescents from Depressed Affect
von Doramajian, Caroline.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2727 p.

...The present study explored sex differences in the strength of several peer support measures as moderators of the association between peer victimization and depressed affect. Peer reports of depressed ...

Prosocial Reactions to Traumatic Experiences
von El-Gabalawy, Renee.
In: Masters Abstracts International, 49 (2011), 04, 2727 p.

...When will people empathize with and help others? The goal of this research was to determine whether a prosocial orientation results from experiencing trauma. Recent research suggests there may be posi...

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