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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 1964

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The satiric element in the novels of Muriel Spark., Myrcyl G. Pullen

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A digital controller strategy for optimization and adaptation of control systems representable in the phase plane., Robert J. Rayzak

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A study of the decomposition of some aromatic diazonium hexafluorophosphate salts., William A. Redmond

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An experimental study of natural convection heat transfer to non-Newtonian fluids from isothermal vertical and horizontal flat plates., Irvine Glenn Reilly

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Differences in the effectiveness of auditory and visual cues for autistic children in a two-choice discrimination learning task., Sylvia Rowe

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The logic design of a digital control computer., Richard E. Shiner

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The effect of consequences to a film-mediated model on inhibition and disinhibition of imitative responses., Carole Sinclair

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The effect of majority opinion on the creative school child., Reta L. Stone

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An evaluation of the Semantic Differential Technique as a tool for the discrimination and prediction of Extraversion-Introversion., Nikolaus Tines

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An investigation of the Braen Self-Description Inventory as a predictor of rigidity., Patricia V. Tuite

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The effect of father-absence on the emotional pattern of adolescent boys., Adrian Visscher

Theses/Dissertations from 1963

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The effect of immediate and delayed shock as aversive stimulation in a two-choice learning situation., Robert A. Carom

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Paramagnetic resonance in solids., John W. Carswell

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Sensitized fluorescence in potassium vapour at low densities., George D. Chapman

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An investigation of the differential effect between subjects classified as rigid and nonrigid by the self descriptive inventory., William D. Chernets

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Studies in the thermal stability of poly(methyl methacrylate)., Joseph E. Clark

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A 0-60 ampere current supply and the beta-gamma angular correlation of arsenic-74., John Delbert Colclough

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Synthesis of alpha substituted amino acids., John F. G. Diederich

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The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and parliamentary responsibility., R. Paul Gilmor

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Non-isothermal flow of air in a vertical pipe at low velocities., Ujjal S. Gulati

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Potentials of tidal power on the North Atlantic coast., Jan T. Laba

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A critical analysis of Jean Paul Sartre's existential humanism with particular emphasis upon his concept of freedom and its moral implications., Joseph P. Leddy

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Part I: Palladium complexes of di-2-thienylketoxime; Part II: Nephelometric determination of palladium with di-2-thienylketoxime., Leo P. K. Lee

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Deuterium isotope rate effects in the spontaneous and magnesium-ion-catalyzed decarboxylation of oxalacetic acid., Stanislava N. Lipovac

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The effect of activity and novelty on response frequency in a two-choice learning situation., Paul O'Grady