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Impact of Instructional Coaching on Teacher Competency, Job Satisfaction, and Student Growth, The
Author(s):Frazier, Rebecca A.
Frazier, Rebecca A. (Ph.D., Educational Leadership, Research, and Policy) ABSTRACT Instructional coaching has become a popular and widely-used form of professional development for educators. The influence instructional ...
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTAL ACCEPTANCE AND REJECTION THEORY AND SEX OFFENDING: ANALYZING THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SEX OFFENDERS AND NON-SEX OFFENDERS, The
One theoretical approach in the field of psychology that has helped to explain antisocial behavior is referred to The Parental Acceptance and Rejection Theory. The relationship and the level of attachment between a child ...
COLORADO COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT (CoCA): DEVELOPMENT OF A SCREENING TOOL THAT PROVIDES PROCESS INFORMATION AND IS SCORED USING MODERN PSYCHOMETRICS, The
Author(s):Gurnani, Ashita Shyam
Early and accurate diagnosis of dementia is imperative for patients’ overall wellbeing and improved quality of life. Current cognitive screening tools lack sufficient diagnostic accuracy to consistently diagnose mild and ...
LIMA KALEIDOSCOPE: INTERSECTION OF WATER AS A GLOBAL CRISIS, URBAN PROBLEM, AND DAILY EXPERIENCE, The
Author(s):Cassiday, Arielle L.
While studies of global water access concerns have traditionally focused on rural areas, megacities such as Lima, Peru, have become increasingly important to include in future considerations. As these rapidly growing ...
RNA ERA: A PERVASIVELY TRANSCRIBED ANTISENSE RNA MODULATES MAZF TOXIN ACTIVITY IN ESCHERICHIA COLI AND NOVEL RNA BINDING PROTEINS ARE IDENTIFIED IN THE LYME DISEASE SPIROCHETE, An
Author(s):Van Gundy, Taylor Jean
In recent years, the topic of pervasive transcription has been one of immense debate. Pervasive transcription is defined as the principle that in all domains of life a large majority of DNA is transcribed. Roughly 90% of ...
EFFECTIVENESS OF PRISON NURSERY PROGRAMS IN REDUCING RECIDIVISM: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW, The
Author(s):Ward, Audrie Marie
There has been steady increase of females entering prison over the last few decades, with this increase comes the increase of mothers who are entering prison and being forced to give up their children to either other family ...
Death is an Amputation: Theoretical Development and Psychometric Validation of a Measure of Traumatic Grief
Despite numerous attempts to parse out the elements of traumatic grief, it eludes definitive measurement. This study was an attempt to build a scale that could measure theoretically-driven elements that have been proposed ...
Examining the Effectiveness of Online Mindfulness and Nature Interventions on Improving Cognitive Functioning in a Trauma-Exposed Sample
Mindfulness and nature-based treatment interventions are increasingly used to reduce stress, including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, little is known about their mechanisms of change or influence on cognitive ...
Jury Nullification: Convincing Your Fellow Jurors to Break the Law
Delivering a verdict that goes against the law, termed jury nullification, is a seldom studied phenomenon which has severe implications for the judicial system. Research on the topic suggests that those who know about ...
Construal Level of Embodied Episodic Representations
Despite advancements in the study of personality, many traits continue to lack a neurocognitive theoretical basis. In the current study, a theory was proposed for the personality dimension of abstractedness. It was ...