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The relationship of patterns of creativity and Machiavellianism to leadership, self-actualization, authoritarianism, and alienation
The purpose of this study was to investigate patterns of creativity and Machiavellianism and how they relate to leadership, self-actualization, authoritarianism, and alienation. Creativity and Machiavellianism served as ...
Effects of postnatal experience on avoidance, shock sensitivity and open-field behavior of two selectively bred strains of rats
The effects of postnatal experience on avoidance, shock sensitivity, and open-field behavior were investigated in the Roman high avoidance (RHA/Lu) and the Roman low avoidance (RLA/Lu) selectively bred strains of rats.
A survey and analysis of all books printed in England or in English abroad during the year 1584
The purpose of this thesis is to examine the extant books printed in England and in English abroad to discover their purpose, scope, limitations and range of interests and subject matter. As well, the purpose is to ascertain ...
Personal space: the relationship to mode of field approach
The literature pertaining to personal space and field-dependency is ambiguous with reference to the nature of the relationship between these two variables. The present study proposed to explore the possible relationship ...
An investigation of the role of the amygdala in taste aversion learning
Contemporary theories of amygdaloid function postulate that the amygdala is involved in the association of events with aversive consequences or in the inhibition of responses. Experiment 1 investigated the possibility that ...
Books and readers, 1596; a survey and analysis of all books printed in England or in English abroad during the year 1596
This thesis attempts to capture the temper of English life in 1596 through the medium of its extant printed works. It examines all of the extant printed works from that year in the fields of religion, the arts, education ...
Analgesic effects of acupuncture on the pain of ice water : a double blind study
Analgesic effects of acupuncture were demonstrated under double blind conditions. Thirty female subjects were randomly assigned to either an acupuncture condition, or one of two placebo conditions. Placebo 1 did not receive ...