Browse College of Liberal Arts and Sciences by Title

• (1976)

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• (The National Academy of Sciences, 1999-10)
Although the biological roots of aggression have been the source of intense debate, the precise physiological mechanisms responsible for aggression remain poorly understood. In most species, aggression is more common in ...

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• (1991)
Analysis of small RNAs in Drosophila melanogaster revealed the existence of a 4.5S RNA and variants for the U1 snRNA. The 4.5S RNA was separated from other snRNAs by electrophoresis through high percentage polyacrylamide ...

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• (1992)
Although much is known about the regulatory role of thyroid hormones on brain development, little is known about the effects of thyroid hormones on the development of the peripheral nervous system. The major aim of this ...

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• (1995)
The $\alpha$7$\beta$1 integrin is the major laminin receptor on skeletal muscle cells. Its expression is developmental regulated during myogenesis. Not only is the expression of $\alpha$7 transcripts increased upon myogenic ...

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• (1991)
This study investigated whether adult classroom learners of French L2 acquire the language as it is taught in textbooks, or whether there is a varying acquisition order that they seem to follow, one perhaps independent of ...

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• (1985)
Classification and discrimination responding patterns were examined in normal children (3-, 5-, 9-11-year-old), autistic children, and college adults. Previous research has produced two different sets of results in low-mental ...

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• (2010-05-14)
This dissertation investigated whether adult second language (L2) learners of Chinese go through stages when learning to read Chinese characters. A study conducted with preschoolers to 6th graders in China (Chen, 2004) had ...

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• (1978)

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• (1991)
Young children find tasks in which object similarity is pitted against relational similarity difficult. However, there is a developmental improvement in the ability to use relational similarity. We investigated the effects ...

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• (2009)
Developments in analytical chemistry were made using acoustically levitated small volumes of liquid to study enzyme reaction kinetics and by detecting volatile organic compounds in the gas phase using single-walled carbon ...

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• (1971)

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• (1990)
This study provides an explicit account of the lexical entries and rules required to generate five common types of Kiswahili nouns based on verbal roots and stems, as illustrated by the data below, all derived from -kata ...

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• (1965)

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• (1975)

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• (1984)
Previous theories of diagnostic reasoning have focussed on the role of direct, covariation evidence of causal relations. Here, the use of circumstantial evidence was examined. Subjects worked with a prototypical case of ...

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• (1979)

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• (Studies in the Linguistic Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2013)
English try can select a wide range of verbal complementation patterns, especially when dialectal variation is considered. This article presents an overview of these complement types. The goals are threefold: first, to ...

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• (1982)
This study, The Dialectic of Discovery, addresses the long-standing debate about the possibility of a "logic of discovery." Regarding this issue, four interlocking theses are defended. The first thesis is that ...

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• (1976)

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