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Masters ThesisEating totem salmon: exploring extinction and collaborative restoration in a coastal California watershed communityBrain, Flora H.Wild Pacific salmon populations are declining throughout California. To strengthen applied salmonid restoration ecology, increased watershed-based understandings of socio-cultural issues thwarting recovery efforts are needed. This study explored perce . . .
Masters ThesisHansen, Mary AnnThis paper examines the interactions of self-efficacy and self-concept in a mixed method study. Ten fourth grade children from a small rural elementary school were interviewed in 2003 regarding their self-perceptions of competence. These children were . . .
Masters ThesisWeiland, AlexPrograms and federal resources aimed towards homelessness have historically been geared towards providing emergency assistance instead of long-term housing. The advent of permanent supportive housing (PSH) initiatives over the last two decades support . . .
Masters ThesisMatlock, Kevin IICasasanto and Boroditsky (2008) report that spatial information influences the way we perceive time. The present study aimed to replicate this finding using an abbreviated version of their experimental design. Seventy-five lines of various lengths wer . . .