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Drinking motives and use of protective behavioral strategies in an ethnically diverse sample of undergraduate students.
College students often endorse greater alcohol consumption and increased likelihood of experiencing negative alcohol-related consequences, particularly ethnic minority youth. Protective Behavioral Strategies (PBS) can be ...
National Writing Project Fellows' Perceptions of Themselves as Writers and as Teachers of Writing
At its core, this study explores the transformative nature of the National Writing Project Summer Institute (NWPSI). It employs an interpretive phenomenological analysis approach and theoretical constructs such as ...
The Effect of Student Success Coursework on Developmental Mathematics Students
Student success in developmental education has increasingly become a topic of concern. Unfortunately, there is little published knowledge on how student success courses impact student success in developmental mathematics. ...
TOOTH IMPLANTATION AND DENTAL MORPHOLOGY OF PALACRODON
Palacrodon browni, a reptile known from the Early Triassic strata of South Africa, is of uncertain phylogenetic affinities, and its relationships have been argued for over a century. Additionally, its presumed diet is also ...
VARIANTS OF PSYCHOPATHY AMONG KOREAN MALE OFFENDERS
Although psychopathy typically has been considered a relatively uniform construct, a growing recent research suggests that psychopathy can be disaggregated into primary and secondary variants, and there may diverse expression ...