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  • Narcissistic Behaviors and Social Media Usage 

    Singh, Santokh; Farley, Sally; Donahue, John (2017-05-17)
    This study examined the relationship between narcissism and selfie posting and other self-promoting behaviors on social networking sites (SNS). Participants were asked questions on SNS usage such as: amount of time users ...
  • Review of RDA Essentials. By Thomas Brenndorfer 

    Dull, Margaret E. (Association for Library Collections and Technical Services, 2017-04)
    With his excellent reference work, RDA Essentials, Thomas Brenndorfer presents a guide to the cataloging code Resource Description and Access (RDA) that is both comprehensive and comprehensible. Brenndorfer provides ...
  • The Sweat Exchange 

    Van Allen, Lindsay (2017-05)
    Technology is changing the way we exercise. A reported $120 million was spent on fitness and sport applications, with an estimated $400 million by 20161. Within this fitness market, there are hundreds of styles of exercise ...
  • Taking a Break: Participatory Game Design 

    Virothaisakun, Joel (2017-05-25)
    Anxiety is an issue that the majority of people have struggled with in their lives. While there are many different types of treatment for anxiety, not all of them are effective. As a society we have come to rely more on ...
  • Thirsty Runner - A Hydration Mapping Tool for Distance Runners 

    White, Andrew (2017-05)
    Millions of Americans participate in long distance running as a form of exercise and recreation each day. For these runners—and any other athletes—maintaining proper hydration is essential for one’s health in preventing ...
  • Approximate Robust Optimization for the Connected Facility Location Problem 

    Bardossy, M. Gisela; Raghavan, S. (Elsevier, 2016)
    In this paper we consider the Robust Connected Facility Location (ConFL) problem within the robust discrete optimization framework introduced by Bertsimas and Sim (2003). We propose an Approximate Robust Optimization (ARO) ...
  • Simulating religious faith 

    Oldenburg, Aaron (Intellect Limited, 2011)
    This article surveys various differing approaches to religious simulation in gaming and interactive art, and reports on the design of a specific faith-based game from the designer’s perspective. It looks in-depth at one ...
  • Maryland Chronic Disease Health Information Gap Analysis: White Paper 

    Gillingham, Margaret; Fredriksson, Ryan (Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 2015-09-30)
    This report examines the policies, procedures, technologies, and systems used to facilitate communication, data sharing, and health information exchange (HIE) among three segments of the healthcare community in Maryland: ...
  • Emotion dysregulation, negative affect, and aggression: A moderated, multiple mediator analysis 

    Donahue, John; Goranson, Anders; McClure, Kelly; Van Male, Lynn
    Research on violence has highlighted the role of trait negative affect in reactive aggressive behavior. Emotion dysregulation is a multidimensional construct reflecting maladaptive ways in which a person experiences and ...
  • 8-Bit Goes to the Movies 

    Unknown author (Subaltern Media, 2016-09)
    Since 2013, the YouTube channel Cinefix has offered its followers near-monthly installments of 8-Bit Cinema, a series of short videos in which blockbuster movies like Titanic and Frozen are reimagined as old school videogames. ...
  • Examining the triarchic model of psychopathy using revised Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory 

    Donahue, John; Caraballo, Leonardo (Elsevier, 2015)
    Available research suggests the neurobiological systems reflected in Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory (RST) are important in etiological conceptualizations of psychopathy, however few studies have utilized the revised RST ...
  • Towa Towa 

    Oldenburg, Aaron (2012)
  • The Mischief of Created Things 

    Oldenburg, Aaron (2007-05)
  • After 

    Oldenburg, Aaron (2010)
    This is a videogame about finding and then placing a loved one in the afterlife.  The goal is to simulate an agnostic encounter with one's own belief system when dealing with death.  The game begins with the death of a ...
  • Neviditelné krajinářství 

    Oldenburg, Aaron (A2, 2013)
    V současné rodině herních mechanismů se vedle tradičních videoher stále výrazněji prosazuje okrajová oblast audioher, tedy systémů, jejichž výhradním či dominantním elementem je zvuk. Patří sem hudební hry pracující s ...
  • Sonic Mechanics: Audio as Gameplay 

    Oldenburg, Aaron (Game Studies, 2013-09)
    This paper will discuss the past and potential future intersections between game design and theories within contemporary sound art. It will look at methods for broadening the ways in which videogames engage with the world ...
  • Who are the Public Equity Holders? Partnerships for Urban Sustainability in Philadelphia and Baltimore 

    Gibson, Ed (PRAcademics, 2011-09-01)
    The Great Recession has strained governments at all levels and presented cities, especially formerly industrial cities, with nearly unprecedented budgetary challenges. This paper examines the long-term implications for ...
  • Admitting a Bad Influence: Contracting the Public Service 

    Gibson, Ed (Taylor & Francis, 2004)
    Emulation of the private sector is a longstanding controversy in public administration, but could it constitute a bad influence, of the kind that parents seek to guard against by scrutinizing their children's peers? ...
  • Assessing Virtual Students' Quiz Performance in Web-Mediated Synchronous Instruction 

    Gibson, Ed (Policy Studies Organization, 2012-09-01)
    Differences in teaching presence between virtual and traditional venues for a synchronous public budgeting class are examined by comparing the results of lecture-based quizzes. Previous studies, usually ...

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