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    • Game Based Learning: The Effects of DragonBox 12+ on Algebraic Performance of Middle School Students 

      Gibbs, Pamela (2020-10)
      Advancements in technology have increased so rapidly that calls for education reform centering on STEM have become louder and louder. Particularly, many researchers and educators are focusing on math, because of its ...
    • Gaming for Girls: An Action-Research Intervention 

      Tapia, Andrea; El-Nasr, Magy Seif; Yucel, Ibrahim; Blodgett, Bridget Marie (Playing to Win: The Business and Social Frontiers of Videogames, 2008)
    • Gaze Controlled Interactions for AR/VR 

      Demirci, Busra (2020-07-17)
      This simulation study assessed the impact of gaze and hand gestures as a primary input method for the aerospace industry by utilizing Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR). Fifteen NASA employees with a varying ...
    • “Get Out” Moments are Real: Why Jordan Peele’s New Film Should be Required Viewing 

      Watkins, Dwight (Salon.com, 2017-02-28)
      I'm now joining the list of about a zillion people who have already told you to go see Jordan Peele's new horror Film "Get Out." This Film should be required viewing for Americans because — no spoilers, I promise — of ...
    • Getting a Second Chance with a University Education: Barriers & Opportunities 

      Ross, Jeffrey (springer, 2019-04-08)
      As part of the prisoner reentry process, many formerly incarcerated individualsare choosing to enroll in universities to earn bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. Some cannot immediately begin their studies and ...
    • GirlsTeam: What if Kim Kardashian was a STEM role model? 

      Lieberman, Jessica (2019-06-22)
      The purpose of this paper is to examine the lack of interest young women have in Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) degrees and careers. The numbers of available STEM jobs are increasing, but there is a lack ...
    • GIs and Koreans: The Making of the First ROK-US Status of Forces Agreement 1945-1966 

      Yi, BoRam (University of Georgia, 2006)
      The Korean War shifted the fundamental dynamics of US-Korean relations. American troops and money poured into the Korean peninsula and manifested America’s commitment to the fragile Republic of Korea (ROK). The geopolitical ...
    • Global brand market-entry strategy to manage corporate reputation 

      Omar, Maktoba; Williams, Robert Jr.; Lingelbach, David C (Emerald, 2009)
      Purpose – This paper aims to present a case for the practical management of corporate reputation, in relation to two groups of concepts: communication, identity, and trust; and communication, identity, and image. ...
    • Global Umbrella Brands: Understanding Brand America and Its Competitors 

      Wood, Van; Pitta, Dennis; Franzak, Frank (2009)
      Globally, individual companies offer their products and services competing against other individual companies. In fact, these firms compete as part of a larger network; a value chain or value network. However, more fundamental ...
    • Global venture capital 'hotspots': Developing countries 

      Lingelbach, David C (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012)
      Venture capital (VC) is a dynamic financial process that is in a permanent state of disequilibrium, especially in economies characterized as ‘developing’. The developing country context in which this chapter considers VC ...
    • Goal interdependence, Subgroup Formation, and Conflict in Teams 

      Rae, Yunzi Tan (Goal interdependence, Subgroup Formation, and Conflict in Teams, 2017-08)
      This research investigates subgroup formation as an important mediator in the goal interdependence-intragroup conflict linkage. Specifically, it proposes that subgroup formation will mediate the relationship between ...
    • Golden Parachutes, Takeover Probability, and Risk-Taking 

      Chen, Dong; Rose, Morgan J. (Midwest Finance Association, 2011)
      This paper is the first to examine the relationships among golden parachutes (GPs), CEO compensation incentives, and managerial risk-taking. GPs are positively associated with risktaking, but only when controlling for the ...
    • Good bones: Anthropological scientific collaboration around computed tomography data 

      Tapia, Andrea H.; Ocker, Rosalie J.; Rosson, Mary Beth; Blodgett, Bridget Marie (Elsevier, 2011)
      We report preliminary results from a socio-technical analysis of scientific collaboration, specifically a loosely connected group of physical anthropology researchers. Working from a combination of interview data and ...
    • Governance as a Framework to Support Informatics 

      Wachhaus, Aaron (Innovation Journal, 2011-10)
      The effective management of information is an increasingly critical task at all levels of government. Traditional institutional mechanisms for managing and distributing government resources are not appropriate to managing ...
    • Graphical Passwords and Young Learners 

      Cole, Jasper (2016-06)
      Computer security is becoming an increasingly important and common part of our daily lives. We cannot use computers safely or securely without effective login systems. This challenge is especially problematic for children. ...
    • Gypsum dissolution is not a universal integrator of ‘water motion’ 

      Porter, Elka T.; Sanford, Lawrence P.; Suttles, Steven E. (American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc., 2000)
      The dissolution of gypsum or plaster of Paris has been widely used as an inexpensive integral measure of ‘water motion’ in the field and in laboratory tanks for studies of physical–biological interactions. Commonly, ...
    • Hakini Arabi 

      Afiouni, Nadine (2017-05-12)
      Heritage languages are an integral part in the identity construct of children born to first and second generation immigrant parents. Many Lebanese immigrant families struggle to preserve the Arabic language within their ...
    • Halobacterium Expression System for Production of Full-Length Plasmodium falciparum Circumsporozoite Protein 

      Pecher, Wolf T; Kim, Jong-Myoung; Dassarma, Priya; Karan, Ram; Sinnis, Photini; Dassarma, Shiladitya (Springer, 2016)
      We recently developed a novel expression system employing the halophilic Archaeon Halobacterium sp. NRC-1 for scaled-up production and nanoparticle-display of antigenic proteins. Here, we have targeted the major human ...
    • The Handbook of Research on Computational Arts and Creative Informatics 

      Braman, James; Vincenti, Giovanni; Trajkovski, Goran (Information Science Reference, 2009-08)
      As technology becomes further meshed into our culture and everyday lives, new mediums and outlets for creative expression and innovation are necessary. The Handbook of Research on Computational Arts and Creative Informatics ...
    • Handgrip Strength and Balance in Older Adults Following Withdrawal from Long-Term use of Temazepam, Zopiclone or Zolpidem as Hypnotics 

      Nurminen, Janne; Puustinen, Juha; Lähteenmäki, Ritva; Vahlberg, Tero; Lyles, Alan; Partinen, Markku; Räihä, Ismo; Neuvonen, Pertti J; Kivelä, Sirkka-Liisa (2014)
      Benzodiazepines and related drugs affect physical functioning negatively and increase fall and fracture risk. As impaired muscle strength and balance are risk factors for falls, we examined the effects of hypnotic withdrawal ...