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  • An Analysis of Sex Differences in Empathy and Forgiveness 

    Kmiec, Stephen M. (East Carolina University, 2009)
    The relationships among sex, empathy, and forgiveness were examined. A sample of 108 undergraduates, aged 18 to 35 years, participated in interviews and completed a series of instruments to assess both state and trait ...
  • Bury Your Horses and Other Stories 

    Buchanan, Tim (East Carolina University, 2015)
    Bury Your Horses and Other Stories is a book-length collection of original short  stories. The work is intended to be understood as a complete book as well as its  individual stories. The work presents variations on the ...
  • The Influence of Gender Identity and Sex on Perceptions of Relational Stalking 

    Ratajack, Ellen M. (East Carolina University, 2011)
    The purpose of this study was to examine how participant and target gender identity may alter perceptions of relational stalking. Gender roles and schemas may help to shape perceptions of stalking and thus change how ...
  • A Minimally-Invasive Procedure for Sexing Young Zebra Finches 

    Soderstrom, Ken; Qin, Weixi; Leggett, Matthew H. (East Carolina University, 2007-08-15)
    Zebra finches have been widely used to study neurobiology underlying vocal development. Because only male zebra finches learn song, efficient developmental use of these animals requires early determination of sex at ages ...
  • The Influence of Cannabis on Sexual Functioning and Satisfaction 

    Moser, Amanda (East Carolina University, 2019-05-01)
    The purpose of this study was to examine the perceived influence of cannabis on sexual functioning and satisfaction. This study used Kaplan's and Masters and Johnson's sexual response cycle (desire, excitement, orgasm, ...