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The purpose of the study was to examine the relationships of social cognitive factors and their influence on the academic performance of first-year engineering students. The nine social cognitive variables identified were under the groupings of personal support, occupational self-efficacy, academic self-efficacy, vocational interests, coping, encouragement, discourageme....

By Bruce Henry Carr-Educational Leadership-University of Dayton / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-21
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Human intelligence has appealed to the robotics community for a long time; specifically, a person's ability to learn new tasks efficiently and eventually master the task. This ability is the result of decades of development as a person matures from an infant to an adult and a similar developmental period seems to be required if robots are to obtain the ability to learn ....

By Alan Lance Jennings-Electrical Engineering-University of Dayton / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-21
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Cardiotonic steroids such as marinobufagenin (MBG) and ouabain are specific ligands for the Na/K-ATPase and represent a relatively new class of steroid hormones. Uremic cardiomyopathy is characterized by a decrease in diastolic function, left ventricular hypertrophy, oxidant stress, and both cardiac and renal fibrosis. We have shown that MBG, signaling through the Na/K-....

By Steven T. Haller-Medicine-University of Toledo Health Science Campus / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-21
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Lyme disease is caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, a tick-transmitted, spirochetal, bacterium which remains at the skin inoculation site of the mammalian host for approximately 48 hours before disseminating and initiating disease. Possessing many surface agonists, B. burgdorferi predictably elicits prompt clearance by phagocytes in vitro. However, efficient immunoevasion o....

By John-Paul Lavik-Medicine-University of Toledo Health Science Campus / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-21
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Hypertension, affecting over one billion people worldwide, is one of the leading risk factors for heart attack and stroke. Kidney cross-transplantation studies between hypertensive and normotensive people and strains of rats provide the most compelling evidence for the fundamental role of the kidney in the pathogenesis of hypertension. Recently, there is growing evidenc....

By Yanling Yan-Medicine-University of Toledo Health Science Campus / OhioLINK-doctoral-2012-08-21
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Chronic pain is a widespread and complex concern, which affects students academically, emotionally, and socially. Teachers' knowledge about meeting the academic, emotional, and social needs of children with chronic pain needs is essential. Previous findings indicate that attention and relief from responsibility may reinforce and maintain functional disability; however, ....

By Jason M. Parkins-School Psychology-University of Dayton / OhioLINK--2012-08-21
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The purpose of this thesis was to explore a curriculum based measurement procedure and its reliability for practical applications in the educational setting. Twenty third grade oral reading passages were selected from the Dynamic Indicator of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) system and used to assess reading progress of three third grade classes from different schoo....

By Debra Joyce Gillespie-School Psychology-University of Dayton / OhioLINK--2012-08-21
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A significant portion of the student population in America continues to struggle with developing adequate reading skills. Almost one quarter of all 8th and 12th graders score at the "below basic" level in reading on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP, 2005). These are alarming statistics because today students graduate to find that they are entering i....

By Carolyn R. Kyne-School Psychology-University of Dayton / OhioLINK--2012-08-21
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This research study examines the various definitions of success that international undergraduate students hold for themselves, how they seek help when needed, and what resources and study strategies they used. Data for this study were collected in two phases through qualitative interviews and an online survey. International and American undergraduate students at a priva....

By Allison Seaver-School Psychology-University of Dayton / OhioLINK--2012-08-21
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This study evaluates the performance of students from diverse backgrounds on the curriculum-based measure “DIBELS Next.” While the literature supports the use of curriculum based measures to evaluate academic skill, research has been limited in the study of students with different backgrounds and their performance on curriculum based measures. Results of the present....

By Autumn Nicole La Riche-School Psychology-University of Dayton / OhioLINK--2012-08-21
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The present study examines the use of story maps to improve reading comprehension skills of six fourth grade students diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Previous research has indicated story maps aid several of the reading deficits often associated with ADHD, yet limited research has investigated whether story mapping increases comprehension....

By Jamie Lynn Herre-School Psychology-University of Dayton / OhioLINK--2012-08-21
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A bulk heterojunction, organic solar cell, composed of a blend of poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT) and [6,6]-phenyl-C61-butyric acid methyl ester (PCBM) was studied to determine the structure at the interface of the two compounds. Films of neat P3HT and the P3HT:PCBM composite where cast and annealed at elevated temperatures in order to determine the impact of sample annea....

By Jessi Alan Baughman-Chemistry-University of Akron / OhioLINK-masters-2012-08-20
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