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Magnetic fabrics of granitic plutons and gneisses, Northwestern Ontario
Specimens of plutonic granitic gneisses have been collected from different locations of the Superior Province. The study of their Koenigsberger ratio (related to natural remanent magnetization) and the theoretical ...
Predictive and concurrent validity of the Structured Assessment for Violence Risk in Youth (SAVRY) / Joanna R. Meyers. --
Youth violence is a serious social problem that is often encountered in the criminal justice system. Currently, there are very few instruments available that have been specifically designed to assess violence risk In ...
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) for stroke survivors : an application of a novel intervention / by Amy K. Moustgaard. --
Stroke can affect neurological, cognitive, and emotional functioning and have a negative impact on overall quality of life (QoL). Published research in the area of psychological intervention for stroke patients suggests ...
Empirical evidence of a chronic pain schema using a recall task / Jenny H. Hewitt. --
Study group from the Thunder Bay region of Northwestern Ontario.
Development and validation of the successful aging quiz / by Christine A. Knight. --
The purpose of this dissertation was to evaluate the reliability, validity, and responsiveness of the Successful Aging Quiz (SAQ), a 70-item, self-administered, multidimensional assessment instrument designed to measure ...
Development of nonlinear 3-D, and novel 2-D optical microscope imaging systems for time-lapse imaging
The design and development of a nonlinear two-photon, 3-D microscope imaging system, software for manipulation of 2-D and 3-D images, and the operation of a novel 2-D imaging system used for monitoring cultured live cell ...
Gender differences in mental health needs and recidivism in a sample of adolescent offenders / Harpreet Kaur Chattha. --
Study sample includes male and female court-referred youths in Thunder Bay, Northwestern Ontario.
No man is a failure who has friends : the role of adaptive inferential feedback in hopelessness depression / Lize R. Jalbert. --
The theory of hopelessness depression (Abramson, Metalsky, & Alloy, 1989) states that the presence of the psychological state of hopelessness is a sufficient cause for the development of a specific subtype of depression ...
School leadership for effective communication in the 21st century / by Ying She. --
School leaders are facing increased challenges as they enter the 21st century. In seeking to share the vision of the school, and achieve the agreed upon goals and objectives, school leaders are constantly advocating, ...
Stage of change : relation to risk factors for binge eating and other health-risk behaviours among university women
The transtheoretical model delineates the different stages that individuals go through as they change maladaptive behaviours: precontemplation, contemplation, action, and maintenance (Prochaska, DiClemente, & Norcross, ...