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  • Garcia, Guilherme Duarte (2017)
    This paper examines the role of weight in stress assignment in the Portuguese lexicon, and proposes a probabilistic approach to stress. I show that weight effects are gradient and monotonically weaken as we move away from ...
  • Garcia, Guilherme Duarte (2019)
    In weight-sensitive languages, stress is influenced by syllable weight. As a result, heavy syllables should attract, not repel, stress. The Portuguese lexicon, however, presents a case where weight seems to negatively impact ...
  • Garcia, Guilherme Duarte (2020)
    This paper shows that L1 transfer may not be effectively maintained in the interlanguage due to confounding factors in the L2. When two factors,  and  , are correlated in the L2, second language learners may only ...
  • Garcia, Guilherme Duarte (2020-06)
    This paper shows that L1 transfer may not be effectively maintained in the interlanguage due to confounding factors in the L2. When two factors, A and B, are correlated in the L2, second language learners may only acquire ...
  • Gentry, Melissa (2020-06)
    This distance learning and online cartography guide includes links to repositories of downloadable maps, presentations, learning objects, and lessons. The online story maps describe people and places in history. The ...
  • Gentry, Melissa (2020-06)
    This cartographic guide includes links to online maps related to African-American studies and history, including biographical maps of activists. The links also include a repository of Black History Month presentations ...
  • Gentry, Melissa (2020-06)
    This cartographic guide provides links to online maps, presentations, and other resources related to human rights history, including the American civil rights movement, women's suffrage, and Japanese-American relocation. ...
  • Ewing, Mary; Wijesinghe, Ranjith (2019)
  • Lucas, Carly (2020-03)
    This project covers two semesters of creative research on movement affinities, which describe the way that an individual personally and instinctively moves in regard to dance improvisation. The research emphasizes that the ...
  • Wu, Xinye; Wang, Henry; Dickin, Clark; Bassette, Laura (2020)
    Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often exhibit motor deficits. It was unclear how children and adolescences with ASD develop their gait patterns due to the possible motor deficits. In order to understand the ...
  • Harvey, Jessica (2020)
    Music induced hearing loss is caused by exposure to excessive intensity levels of music. Marching band and pep band musicians are exposed to high intensity music levels as well as long durations due to multiple practices ...
  • Mattson, Deborah (2020)
    This landscape architecture project addresses the need for a nature-based therapeutic environment for children in one-on-one and group trauma therapy. The proposed design will be a therapeutic setting for experiential ...
  • Schmoll, Christian (2020-04-30)
    Nature’s Net Positive is a community housing project that focuses on using light at three different scales to help achieve its goals. The first scale is site with a focus on a checkerboard pattern of light and dark spaces ...
  • Quissell, Cassandra (2020-04-30)
    Sea levels are on the rise – a fact that we can blissfully ignore or embrace as reality. While it might be easy to push aside for those of us who will experience little direct impact, others are not so fortunate. The ...
  • Bates, Abigail (2020-04-30)
    Climate change is becoming an increasing concern for this generation and the ones to follow us. Schools are teaching children to retain information on specialized fields through increasingly hands on methods, but more ...
  • Tharp, Melissa (2020-04-30)
    The focus of this thesis is to understand how architecture can address the physical and psychological needs of spinal cord injury patients through design. Healing environments is a popular topic in other areas of healthcare ...
  • Ramirez, Ramirez (2020-04-30)
    Redesigning an existing community center to focus development on the existing residents.
  • Rubindecelis, Veronica (2020-04-30)
    This thesis project is about the use of modular design to create urban farming possibilities in cities affected by food desserts
  • Orozco, Luis Eduardo (2020-04)
    Forced migration is referred to as the forcible displacement of people to new regions. When highly educated professionals are forcibly displaced, they need to cope with the challenge of integrating into the host country’s ...
  • Bayer, Riley; Kotecki, Jerome (2020)
    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the suitability of the Diet Quality Screening Tool. We carried out a Suitability Assessment of Materials (SAM) with 30 health care professionals. SAM evaluates materials in six ...

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