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Far-infrared optical properties of the heavy fermion superconductor UB[E13]
(Brock University, 2001-07-09)
Temperature dependent resistivity, p, magnetic susceptibility, X, and far-infrared reflectance measurements were made on the low Tc superconductor UBe13. Two variants of UBe13 have been proposed, named 'L'- (for low Tc ...
Weight-preoccupation, personality and depression in university students : an interactionist perspective
(Brock University, 1996-07-09)
The present research was designed to examine Beck's (1983; 1987) cognitive diathesis-stress model of depression in a new context. Specifically, this cross-sectional study investigated whether Beck's cognitive-personality ...
Supporting and maximizing communication between individuals with intellectual disabilities and health care providers
(Brock University, 2008-09-23)
The goal of the present study was to examine the barriers to access in health services faced by individuals with intellectual disabilities (ID), as well as the nature of communication between people with ID and those who ...
Understanding the polyvocality of autism discourse : a critical autoethnographic approach
(Brock University, 2007-09-23)
Currently, much of the autism literature supports the notion that Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) is a deviation from what is considered "normal" and, accordingly, that it is in need of early remediation. This ...
Using stimulus equivalence to teach monetary skills to school-age children with autism
(Brock University, 2009-05-21)
The present study evaluated the use of stimulus equivalence in teaching monetary skills to school aged children with autism. An AB within-subject design with periodic probes was used. At pretest, three participants ...
Ethnic conflicts and international politics : an analysis of the communal regional, and global dimensions of the Cyprus problem
(Brock University, 1995-07-09)
The thesis assesses the impact of international factors on relations between Greek and Turkish Cypriots during and after the Cold War. Through an analysis of the Cyprus problem it explores both why external actors intervene ...
Isolation and partial characterization of host cell wall surface glycoproteins: their involvement in agglutination, attachment and appressorium formation by piptocephalis virginiana
(Brock University, 1989-07-09)
Cell surface proteins obtained by alkaline extraction from isolated cell walls of Mortierella pusilla and M. candelabrum, host and nonhost, respectively, to the mycoparasite, Piptocephalis virginiana, were tested for their ...
Toward an encounter with technics (a pathway in Martin Heidegger's thought)
(Brock University, 1975-07-09)
UNDERSTANDING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ONCOLYTIC AD5 DELETED E1b55KDA LYTIC INFECTION AND P53 IN MAMMALIAN CELLS
Adenoviruses are the most commonly used in the development of oncolytic therapy. Oncolytic adenoviruses are genetically modified to selectivity replicate in and kill tumor cells. The p53 molecule is a tumor suppressor ...
Water and electrolyte content and distribution in tissues of thermally-acclimated rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri
(Brock University, 1978-07-09)
The primary objective of this investigation was that of providing a comprehensive tissue-by-tissue assessment of water-electrolyte status in thermally-acclimated rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri. To this end levels of ...