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Masters ThesisMadrigal, GuillermoThe present study added to the research on using contingent S-Deltas. The study was like condition five of Bland et al. (2018) which found that pigeon responses decreased when followed by a stimulus signaling extinction (S-Delta). This study took plac . . .
Masters ThesisJones-Bey, Ali ChayaThis thesis consists of the author's analysis of themes of eros and ecology in the poetic works of Lucille Clifton, June Jordan, and Nayyirah Waheed.
Masters ThesisBlame, empathy, and resource referrals toward vignettes of acquaintance rape as a function of victim race, victim gender, and participant genderAcosta, ChristalRape is a traumatic experience that can cause significant psychological distress. In addition to the event itself, people’s reactions to disclosures of rape can have a major impact on rape victims’ psychological well-being. I examined the influence of . . .
Masters ThesisCarranza, Teresa JThis study examined the educational outcomes of Mexican-born teenagers who arrived early in their childhood, and who are the product of the United States schools, to recently arrived Mexican-born teenagers who were schooled abroad. Spring 2007 Califor . . .
Masters ThesisEytcheson, Emma LThe Repeat Offenders Prevention Program was developed to assist the Kern County probation department in deterring the criminal behavior of juveniles. In 20042005, Kern County received $1 ,969,492 for the Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Program. The . . .
Masters ThesisRodríguez Magaña, AuroraThis research study examined whether or not a counseling and professional services batterer intervention program along with a Domestic Violence Intervention Manual significantly reduced the level of violent behavior in male participants. Seventeen Me . . .
Graduate projectGonsalves, ErikaIn the educational system the number of English Language Learners continues to rise in the classrooms. Now more than ever it is critical that educators provide adequate interventions to support ELLs with reading difficulties. It is important that ELLs . . .
Masters ThesisUrso, KarinLack of food security continues to affect the health of CalWORKs families who rely on supplemental food programs, despite the government’s commitment to decrease the rate of food insecurity. Families are creative in their attempts to provide adequate . . .
Masters ThesisPatel, AnitaThe purpose of this research study was to determine if selected patients in Kern County, California are being treated for their hypercholesterolemia in accordance wi th the NCEP ATP III clinical guidelines and to evaluate whether or not a gap exists b . . .
Masters ThesisRoth, LaurieChildhood obesity is increasing and has many negative outcomes. The increasing rates of childhood obesity have caused nurses to evaluate their role in the prevention and treatment of this health issue. Because school nurses can be central components i . . .