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This online database contains the full-text of PhD dissertations and Masters’ theses of University of Windsor students from 1954 forward.

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Theses/Dissertations from 1973

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Social work practice with groups in the elementary school setting : a demonstration project with randomly selected children in grades 4, 5 & 6., Glenn Gordon. Campbell

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Response patterns on unreinforced trials following partial learning., Charles T. Capanzano

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The Refugee Home Society : its origin, operation and results, 1851-1876., Peter. Carlesimo

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The effect of molybdenum on growth rates, photosynthetic rates and nitrogen assimilation in freshwater plankton algae., Lee D. Cartier

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The presence of nucleotide phosphatase activity associated with parainfluenza type 3., David E. Charlton

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The surface markings and dislocation microstructure in fatigued copper crystals., Makram M. Chochol

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An information search for properties, sources and environmental effects of exotic air pollutants., Boonmee. Chongpison

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Synthesis and coding of voice signals., Bohsko. Cirjanic

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Training and transfer of mnemonic skills in children's paired-associate and serial recall., Thomas A. Clarkson

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A time of change, + a time of concern : the transition of adolescents from elementary school to high school., Walter John. Clemens

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Patterns of occupational segregation by sex in the Canadian labour force., Shaughnessy Murray Cohen

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A sociological approach to intelligence., John A. Connor

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The 2p21D and (2p3p + 2s3d)3D autoionizing resonances of the helium isoelectronic sequence., John M. Cullen

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A systematic approach to the analysis of Canadian recreational demand patterns., Arthur. Currie

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Concrete poetry., Jack. David

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Ideology in the C. C. F.-N. D. P., Bryn. Davies

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I. Spectrophotometric determination of cobalt in an aqueous sytem with 2,21-dipyridyl Ketoxime. II. Spectrophotometric determination of iron (II) in concentrated potassium hydroxide with 2,2 1-dipyridyl ketoxime., Michael. DePooter

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Mass transfer with chemical reaction in gas liquid cocurrent vertical flow., Fernando J. Di Pierdomenico

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An analysis of policy perceptions of Canadian provincial backbenchers., Ann. Doyle

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Alienation as it is manifested nonverbally in focused encounters : a test of Goffman's hypothesis., Janice. Drakich

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Some aspects of misfit streams in southern Essex and Kent Counties, Ontario., Kenneth M. East

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The prediction of drying shrinkage of reinforced concrete members., Omar A. El-Zein

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Continentalism versus nationalism : the politics of oil and gas., Catherine. Fellows

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Generalization gradients along the angularity dimension in pigeons following differential training with one or two salient features., Dennis W. Ferenc

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A comparison of computerized MMPI reports of French-English bilingual Canadian students., Murray M. Fishbach