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The relationship between nonverbal immediacy and cognitive learning is partially mediated by affective learning
Significant research has been dedicated to instructor nonverbal immediacy (NVI) and its relationship to student learning. This study establishes clarity among relative constructs to nonverbal immediacy and provides a more ...
Depiction patterns of young African-American women in contemporary American animation
This paper examines the ways in which African-American women tend to be depicted in American animation. Devoting a much heavier focus on animation airing within the last 25 years, this paper’s animated samples consist of ...
Religion and the decision to donate organs: Exploring the behaviors of college students and religious leaders
Two studies explored the role of religion in the decision to donate organs. In Study 1, a sample of 340 undergraduate students from public universities in New York State showed no relationship between religiosity and ...
Resource mobilization on social network site
As the popularity of social networking sites increases, strategists and activists show interest in its utilization. Two experiments were conducted to verify the utility of social network sites (SNS) as a strategic device ...
Within perspective: Re-tracing Renaissance art history through deconstructive methods and retrospective vision
This Master's thesis intends to examine several historiographical dialogues concerning the use of linear perspective during the Renaissance period. Furthermore, by introducing specific deconstructivist theories of Jacques ...
A network analysis of the American Library Association: Defining a profession
The term “librarianship” is a generic one, suggesting one overarching discipline despite the numerous specializations and areas of research within the profession. While many disciplines use bibliometric analysis of their ...
Stress Test examines the boundaries between post-modern popular music and twenty-first century western art music.
The effects of motivation and training format on the ability to detect hidden emotions
This is the first study to examine the effects of motivation, exposure, training style, reinforcement and personality on the ability to read micro expressions of emotion. These micro expressions are important to learn as ...
Date Kerri Kieser: An exploration in experiential art
This paper is an exploration of experiential art through the art project, Date Kerri Kieser. The project was an attempt to create an experiential media art project by emphasizing the event of the recording rather than the ...
Symbol and structure: Palaces, paradigms and the rise of palatial civilization on Crete
This paper will attempt to explore three main phases of theoretical development concerning the rise of palatial civilization on Crete. When Arthur Evans excavated Knossos at the turn of the twentieth century major changes ...