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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 1975

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Processing demands of a motor task : selective attention and the nature of the limited capacity system., Margaret Anne. McGee

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The social work team : team practice in the family service departments of the Children's Aid Society of Metropolitan Toronto., Hugh Lynch. Millar

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Mutual reflective control in iterated plays of a symmetric 4x4 game of button-button without saddlepoints., David K. Murchie

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SITUATIONAL AND INTRAPERSONAL DETERMINANTS OF EYE CONTACT, DIRECTION OF GAZE AVERSION, SMILING AND OTHER NONVERBAL BEHAVIORS DURING AN INTERVIEW., THOMAS J. MYSZKA

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Inhibition of fumarylacetoacetate fumaryl hydrolase by p-mercuribenzoate and cyanide., Monica Palcic. Nagainis

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The effects of a de-icing salt and some mix design parameters on the absorption, permeability and percolation properties of various concretes., Yogeshchandra R. Nathawad

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Internal-external control and attitude toward disability., Kathleen. Navarre

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The effects of rate of presentation and stimulus mode on free recall., Dorothy M. Newman

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Development of a new heuristic method for assembly line balancing., Mohammed Tahir. Omar

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Leucyl transfer ribonucleic acids and amindacyl transfer ribonucleic acid synthetases in developing pea pods and germinating pea seedlings., Hasmukh V. Patel

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The restructuring of Ontario local government., Hilary G. Payne

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Brain reward and brain seizure systems : an anatomical connection in the rat., Rymantas. Petrauskas

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Woman's participation in sporting activities as an indicator of femininity and cultural evolution in Toronto, 1910 to 1920., Marian Irene. Pitters-Caswell

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The development of the heroic figure in the early poetry of Robert Browning / by Linda E. Reiche., Linda E. Reiche

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The non reproducibility of chemical analyses on reference rock standards and an evaluation of the cause of the problem., Kevin J. D. Ridley

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Adult women students and their homemaker peers., Dirjana. Ristic

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EVIDENCE FOR HEMISPHERIC DOMINANCE IN CHILDREN'S ARITHMETIC CALCULATION PERFORMANCE., PAUL J. ROACH

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Visual reaction-time of older brain-damaged and cultural familial retarded children under regular and irregular preparatory interval conditions., Kevin. Robertson

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The psychological well being of elderly individuals in an institutional setting., Stephen M. Roberts

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SOME DYNAMIC MIXED BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS IN LINEAR VISCOELASTICITY., GARY CHARLES WESLEY. SABIN

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Development patterns of Jamaica and Manchester Parish since emancipation., D. N. R. Samaranayaka

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Development of materials for EHV and UHV insulation operated in polluted environment., Sohan Singh. Sangha

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Lust and lore : the opposition of Caritas and Cupiditas as a controlling theme in John Gower's Confessio amantis., William. Schipper

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An investigation of the development of immediacy patterns in a dyadic mediated interview situation as affected by feedback., Thomas J. Schleich

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The effects of cytochalasins on onion seedling growth and development and their possible mode of action., Robert W. Seagull