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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 1965

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"Policy sits above conscience": A study of Shakespeare's political characters., Margo Garen

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A study of the consumption function in Canada., James J. Hadden

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A triple cavity ammonia maser., J. W. L. Hastings

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The position of maximum velocity in annular flow., Charles M. Ivey

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Sir Thomas Wyatt: The precursor of Renaissance verse., John W. Kerr

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Thermodynamic studies of polymers under high pressure., Ludwig G. Khoubesserian

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Some studies on the biology of a species of Hexamita derived from the oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin)., Boen Tie Khouw

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Stability studies of mitochondrial malate dehydrogenase and the effect of magnesium ions on the mitochondrial malate dehydrogenase catalyzed reaction., Eleanor-Jean Kresack

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Estimating evapo-transpiration losses in the Dominion of Canada from meteorological data., Thomas M. Kurtz

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Individual learning as a function of the interstimulus interval in a delayed classical procedure., Herbert W. Ladd

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Stabilization of granular road base material using Portland Cement, Lime-Flyash, and Sodium Chloride., Roy R. Lee

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The distribution of molecular weight in polystyrene., George Y. S. Lei

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The American Presidency: The Kennedy concept., Mary Angela Marr

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A time to amplitude converter for the measurement of lifetimes in the nanosecond range., Arnold McAllindon

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Sensitized fluorescence in caesium vapor., D. A. McGillis

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Sensitized fluorescence in rubidium vapour., Bruce Pitre

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The effect of anxiety, neuroticism and task difficulty on serial learning., F. Xavier Plaus

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Population structuring in natural populations of the house mouse, Mus musculus L., John David Reimer

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William Shakespeare: His changing dramaturgy in the late plays., Walter I. Romanow

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Analysis and Analogue Computer Representation of commutating machines and its application to control systems., Tilak Raj Sahni

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A study of rule and rote learning under classical and operant arrangements., Susan M. Scheich

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The effect of hue and saturation on apparent distance judgments., Robert M. Stelmack

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Electromagnetic fields in coupled cavities., Bing Yiu Tam

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A modified electron optical system and the gamma-electron angular correlation of gold-198., Murray Lawrence Trudel

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An experimental investigation of the flow in a plane wall jet with an initial gap., Peter K. C. Tu