# Browse College of Liberal Arts and Sciences by Title

• (1991)
The chiral auxiliary-based, asymmetric S$\sb{\rm N}2\sp\prime$ cuprate reactions of allylic carbamates were examined. The amine and amino ether auxiliaries were evaluated based on the enantioselectivities each provided in ...

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• (1990)
Electron spin echo (ESE) methods are particularly useful for measuring weak electron-nuclear couplings in paramagnetic solids. Frequencies that correspond to nuclear transitions are manifested in the electron spin echo ...

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• (1982)
A detailed analysis is undertaken of the synthesis of heavy nuclei by slow neutron capture (the s-process) as it is believed to occur in an astrophysically significant environment: intermediate mass, thermally pulsing ...

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• (1992)
The secretory pathway of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is strictly analogous to that of mammalian cells. Proteins destined for secretion are transported in a vectorial fashion from the endoplasmic reticulum to the ...

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• (1995)
The Saccharomyces cerevisiae phosphatidylinositol (PI)/phosphatidylcholine (PC) transfer protein (SEC14p) is required for Golgi function in vivo. Mutations that specifically result in the inactivation of the CDP-choline ...

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• (1995)
Entitled "SACO: An Ambivalent Experience of Sino-American Cooperation during World War II," the dissertation focuses on the Sino-American Cooperative Organization (SACO) that was established during World War II. Jointly ...

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• (2000)
The notion of a saddle surface is well known in Euclidean space. In this work we extend the idea of a saddle surface to geodesically connected metric spaces. We prove that every energy minimizing surface in a nonpositively ...

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• (2013-02-03)
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues facing humanity, as well as one of the largest failures faced by the market. Despite projections of climate-related reductions in global GDP of up to 20% and studies ...

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• (2008)
HIV prevention efforts stress interpersonal communication skills and their protective benefits; however, research on sexual communication has lagged behind interventions and campaigns that emphasize communication. ...

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• (1956)

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• (1971)

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• (1994)
This dissertation presents the ways by which people experience and express social and economic change through rituals and narratives in Muisne, a town in the northern coast of Ecuador. Change is mediated through a complex ...

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• (1968)

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• (1966)

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• (1974)

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• (1991)
Three experiments demonstrate that part-whole pairs (e.g., tree-leaf) are processed much differently than pairs of unrelated objects in comparative judgment tasks. In Experiment 1 subjects verified the relative size of ...

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• (2015-07-14)
This dissertation examines how lawyers emerged as powerful professionals during the period of Japanese colonialism in Korea (1906-1945) even as the legal profession, as a whole, remained relatively disempowered. After the ...

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• (1999)

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• (2014-05-30)
Learning about categories of things in the world (e.g., that lions have manes) and learning about the individuals around us (e.g., that the new neighbor is friendly) are both crucial cognitive tasks whose output enables ...

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• (1977)

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