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    Harper, Myrna Kay
    As researchers, we can understand people through observing their behavior or listening to their experiences. Observation has been relied upon almost exclusively in the field of research, since inner subjectivity is considered too difficult to measure. . . .
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    Freeman, Daniel
    ABSTRACT Freshman Student-Athletes Manual for Santa Monica College By Daniel Freeman Master of Science in Kinesiology The first year of college is one of the most difficult transitions that a student encounters (Giddan, 1988). The Santa Monica College . . .
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    Rosenkjar, Serina Babigian
    The following is a review of the literature regarding the dynamic process of feedback in relation to three distinct schools of therapy. Due to the limitations set by a master's thesis and the complexity of the subject matter, it was necessary to limit . . .
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    Kloeris, Matthew
    There is a decrease in the mental health and academic well-being amongst middle school students. Researchers have successfully implemented self-reflections and physical activity to improve these aspects of a student's life, but CrossFit Kids has yet t . . .
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    Gómez, Mindy Danira
    Research supports attractive food cues, such as olfactory cues, in our environment have a strong impact on eating behavior (Yeomans, 2006); however, research on olfactory cues has been mixed. Research demonstrates that brief olfactory exposures may in . . .
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    Williams, Joseph K.
    Eyewitness memory is a powerful source of information, but is often inaccurate and unreliable. Multiple studies suggest that post-identification feedback plays a large roll in influencing eyewitness choices from line-ups. Previous studies also indicat . . .
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    Orso, Diamond Chenae
    In the current study, the relationship between experiences with violent victimization in the past year and current level of distress was examined. In addition the role of dispositional optimism as a moderator between victimization and distress was als . . .
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    Floreza, Janelle
    The proper identification of reinforcers is critical in the practice of applied behavior analysis. The Multiple-Stimulus Without Replacement (MSWO) preference assessment is an assessment that has been found to be brief and also provide a hierarchy of . . .
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    Choun, HaeRim
    The purpose of the current investigation is to teach manded selection responses through joint control training to children diagnosed with autism. The goal of this study is to evaluate the role of joint control in teaching selection responses in childr . . .
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    Hocker, Lauren Michelle
    Adult romantic relationships are complex, with many factors contributing to the development and maintenance of each relationship. Relationship scholars have asserted that individuals in intimate relationships depend on motivations to remain involved w . . .