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  • Exploring the Challenges of Elite African American Male Athletes at Predominately White Universities: Three Descriptive Case Studies 

    Outlaw, Kimberly R (East Carolina University, 2019-12-09)
    In American society, sports participation is viewed through many lenses. With both college and professional teams, sports are popular entertainment that rivets millions of people and is discussed passionately. It is a major ...
  • Exploring the use and implementation of the CATT Intervention System 

    Robertson, Brittany (East Carolina University, 2013)
    The aim of this thesis was to determine if the CATT Intervention System was effective in enhancing the skills of one student to prevent referral to special education and overcome learning barriers related to reading. A ...
  • Exploring the Use of the Expert Search and Scanning Skills with Novice Drivers with and Without Conditions Affecting Executive Functioning 

    Biggs, Stephanie (East Carolina University, 1/13/16)
    This study examined the use of the computer-based assessment tool in determining relationships between scanning performance and driver characteristics. A 3 (novice drivers, early licensed drivers, experienced drivers) x ...
  • Facial Affect Recognition Accuracy in Inidividuals with Substance Use Disorders 

    Buckhout, Ashley (East Carolina University, 2010)
    Substance use, like many human behaviors, occurs along a broad continuum from no use to extremely heavy use. Satisfactory interpersonal interaction involves understanding others' facial affect. There is a lack of research ...
  • Faculty input in book selection: a comparison of alternative methods. 

    Bell, Jo Ann H.; Bredderman, Paul J.; Stangohr, Margaret K.; O'Brien, Kevin F. (East Carolina University, 1987-07)
    In an era of tight funding, academic medical center libraries need to determine their users' needs in order to provide cost-effective resource collections. Although faculty input is valuable, it is impractical to impose ...
  • Feasibility of Image-Guided Radiotherapy for Elderly Patients with Locally Advanced Rectal Cancer 

    Nguyen, Nam P.; Ceizyk, Misty; Vock, Jacqueline; Vos, Paul; Chi, Alexander; Vinh-Hung, Vincent; Pugh, Judy; Khan, Rihan; Truong, Christina; Albala, Gabby; Locke, Angela; Karlsson, Ulf; Gelumbauskas, Steven; Smith-Raymond, Lexie (2013)
  • Feasibility of Intensity-Modulated and Image-Guided Radiotherapy for Functional Organ Preservation in Locally Advanced Laryngeal Cancer 

    Nguyen, Nam P.; Chi, Alexander; Betz, Michael; Almeida, Fabio; Vos, Paul; Davis, Rick; Slane, Benjamin; Ceizyk, Misty; Abraham, Dave; Smith-Raymond, Lexie; Stevie, Michelle; Jang, Siyoung; Gelumbauskas, Steven; Vinh-Hung, Vincent (2012)
  • Feasibility of intensity-modulated and image-guided radiotherapy for locally advanced esophageal cancer 

    Nguyen, Nam P.; Jang, Siyoung; Vock, Jacqueline; Vinh-Hung, Vincent; Chi, Alexander; Vos, Paul; Pugh, Judith; Vo, Richard A.; Ceizyk, Misty; Desai, Anand; Smith-Raymond, Lexie (2014)
  • Feasibility of Tomotherapy-Based Image-Guided Radiotherapy for Locally Advanced Oropharyngeal Cancer 

    Nguyen, Nam P.; Ceizyk, Misty; Vos, Paul; Betz, Michael; Chi, Alexander; Almeida, Fabio; Davis, Rick; Slane, Benjamin; Gelumbauskas, Steven; Smith-Raymond, Lexie; Abraham, Dave; Stevie, Michelle; Jang, Siyoung; Vinh-Hung, Vincent (2013)
  • Feasibility of Tomotherapy-Based Image-Guided Radiotherapy for Small Cell Lung Cancer 

    Nguyen, Nam P.; Shen, Wei; Kratz, Sarah; Vock, Jacqueline; Vos, Paul; Vincent, Vinh-Hung; Altdorfer, Gabor; Ewell, Lars; Jang, Siyoung; Karlsson, Ulf; Godinez, Juan; Mills, Melissa; Sroka, Thomas; Dutta, Suresh; Chi, Alexander (2013-11)
  • Feasibility of Tomotherapy-Based Image-Guided Radiotherapy to Reduce Aspiration Risk in Patients with Non-Laryngeal and Non-Pharyngeal Head and Neck Cancer 

    Nguyen, Nam P.; Smith-Raymond, Lexie; Vinh-Hung, Vincent; Vos, Paul; Davis, Rick; Desai, Anand; Sroka, Thomas; Abraham, Dave; Krafft, Shane P.; Stevie, Michelle; Modarresifar, Homayoun; Jo, Beng-Hoey; Ceizyk, Misty (2013)

    Mammarella, Sarah (East Carolina University, 2010)
    Obesity is more prevalent in people of lower-socioeconomic status. Since over half of meals consumed are prepared in the home, grocery store purchases may be playing an important role in the obesity epidemic. The objective ...
  • Frequency altered feedback for treating non-stuttering pathologies 

    Rastatter, Michael P.; Kalinowski, Joseph Stanley; Stuart, Andrew M. (2012-09-04)
    Methods and devices treat treating non-stuttering pathologies having impaired or decreased communication skills by administering a frequency altered auditory feedback signal to a subject having a non-stuttering pathology ...
  • Functional Aging of the Inner Ear Sensory Systems in Mouse Models of Age-Related Hearing Loss 

    Mock, Bruce Elliott (East Carolina University, 2009)
    Age related structural and functional change in the cochlea have been well described and predisposing factors including genetic background, gender, and environmental factors have been identified. To date, nine genetic loci ...
  • Generators of mammalian vestibular surface responses to head motion 

    Gaines, Gary Christopher (East Carolina University, 2012)
    The linear vestibular sensory evoked potential (VsEP) is thought to be the compound electrical response of peripheral macular neurons and central neural relays, and as such used to directly assess macular function. The ...
  • The genomes of two key bumblebee species with primitive eusocial organization 

    Sadd, Ben M.; Barribeau, Seth M.; Bloch, Guy; de Graaf, Dirk C.; Dearden, Peter; Elsik, Christine G.; Gadau, Jürgen; Grimmelikhuijzen, Cornelis J.; Hasselmann, Martin; Lozier, Jeffrey D.; Robertson, Hugh M.; Smagghe, Guy; Stolle, Eckart; Van Vaerenbergh, Matthias; Waterhouse, Robert M.; Bornberg-Bauer, Erich; Klasberg, Steffen; Bennett, Anna K.; Câmara, Francisco; Guigó, Roderic; Hoff, Katharina; Mariotti, Marco; Munoz-Torres, Monica; Murphy, Terence; Santesmasses, Didac; Amdam, Gro V.; Beckers, Matthew; Beye, Martin; Biewer, Matthias; Bitondi, Márcia M.; Blaxter, Mark L.; Bourke, Andrew F.; Brown, Mark J.; Buechel, Severine D.; Cameron, Rossanah; Cappelle, Kaat; Carolan, James C.; Christiaens, Olivier; Ciborowski, Kate L.; Clarke, David F.; Colgan, Thomas J.; Collins, David H.; Cridge, Andrew G.; Dalmay, Tamas; Dreier, Stephanie; du Plessis, Louis; Duncan, Elizabeth; Erler, Silvio; Evans, Jay; Falcon, Tiago; Flores, Kevin; Freitas, Flávia C.; Fuchikawa, Taro; Gempe, Tanja; Hartfelder, Klaus; Hauser, Frank; Helbing, Sophie; Humann, Fernanda C.; Irvine, Frano; Jermiin, Lars S.; Johnson, Claire E.; Johnson, Reed M.; Jones, Andrew K; Kadowaki, Tatsuhiko; Kidner, Jonathan H.; Koch, Vasco; Köhler, Arian; Kraus, F. B.; Lattorff, H. M. G.; Leask, Megan; Lockett, Gabrielle A.; Mallon, Eamonn B.; Antonio, David S. Marco; Marxer, Monika; Meeus, Ivan; Moritz, Robin F.; Nair, Ajay; Näpflin, Kathrin; Nissen, Inga; Niu, Jinzhi; Nunes, Francis M.; Oakeshott, John G.; Osborne, Amy; Otte, Marianne; Pinheiro, Daniel G.; Rossié, Nina; Rueppell, Olav; Santos, Carolina G.; Schmid-Hempel, Regula; Schmitt, Björn D.; Schulte, Christina; Simões, Zilá L.; Soares, Michelle P.; Swevers, Luc; Winnebeck, Eva C.; Wolschin, Florian; Yu, Na; Zdobnov, Evgeny M.; Aqrawi, Peshtewani K.; Blankenburg, Kerstin P.; Coyle, Marcus; Francisco, Liezl; Hernandez, Alvaro G.; Holder, Michael; Hudson, Matthew E.; Jackson, LaRonda; Jayaseelan, Joy; Joshi, Vandita; Kovar, Christie; Lee, Sandra L.; Mata, Robert; Mathew, Tittu; Newsham, Irene F.; Ngo, Robin; Okwuonu, Geoffrey; Pham, Christopher; Pu, Ling-Ling; Saada, Nehad; Santibanez, Jireh; Simmons, DeNard; Thornton, Rebecca; Venkat, Aarti; Walden, Kimberly K.; Wu, Yuan-Qing; Debyser, Griet; Devreese, Bart; Asher, Claire; Blommaert, Julie; Chipman, Ariel D.; Chittka, Lars; Fouks, Bertrand; Liu, Jisheng; O’Neill, Meaghan P.; Sumner, Seirian; Puiu, Daniela; Qu, Jiaxin; Salzberg, Steven L.; Scherer, Steven E.; Muzny, Donna M.; Richards, Stephen; Robinson, Gene E.; Gibbs, Richard A.; Schmid-Hempel, Paul; Worley, Kim C. (2015-04-24)
    Background The shift from solitary to social behavior is one of the major evolutionary transitions. Primitively eusocial bumblebees are uniquely placed to illuminate the evolution of highly eusocial insect societies. ...
  • Handwriting in Young Adults in an Era of Technological Advancements 

    Spencer, Courtney N. (East Carolina University, 2015-12-10)
    The purpose of this study was to investigate handwriting and technology as methods for note-taking in the post-secondary classroom, handwriting in daily life, and perceptions of handwriting instruction, both print and ...
  • Hearing aids in older adults: audibility, outcomes, status, characteristics, and skills 

    Poland, Ellen (East Carolina University, 2013)
    The current study explored hearing aid outcomes for a group of participants who were dispenser fit rather than protocol fit. Participants could have been fit and followed by any hearing aid practitioner increasing the ...
  • Heart rate as a physiologic response to scenarios on the driving simulator 

    Cooper, Kristen (East Carolina University, 2012)
    Introduction: Since driving is such a big part of the American culture and considered an instrumental activity of daily living, it is a critical area for assessment and intervention for occupational therapists. The overall ...
  • High major histocompatibility complex class I polymorphism despite bottlenecks in wild and domesticated populations of the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) 

    Newhouse, Daniel J.; Balakrishnan, Christopher N. (2015-12-01)
    Background Two subspecies of zebra finch, Taeniopygia guttata castanotis and T. g. guttata are native to Australia and the Lesser Sunda Islands, respectively. The Australian subspecies has been domesticated and is now an ...