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Theses/Dissertations from 1962
Studies in the thermal decomposition of metallic alkyls., Michael G. Jacko
The effects of two kinds of drive on intentional and incidental learning., Michael Gregory Keenan
Subjective pitch and the generalization gradient., E. J. Anthony Lagan
Dissolution of tin in hydrochloric acid., Alex W. K. Lui
Matrix analysis of frames with semi-rigid connections., Gerard R. Monforton
Educational morality plays 1495--1575: A thematic analysis., Ignatius O'Neill
The pattern and the significance of the travel metaphor in "Walden"., Geraldine Payne
The influence of situational variables on level of self-acceptance., Kenneth S. Solway
The budgetary system and fiscal policy in Canada., John Strick
Canada and Red China: Problems of recognition., Ronald H. Wagenberg
Theses/Dissertations from 1961
The photodegradation of polyacrylonitrile in solution., Ivan Jack Bastien
Sensitized fluorescence in potassium vapour., I. H. Brockman
The redevelopment area of Windsor to 1900., William R. Gross
Spiritual substance in the philosophy of George Berkeley., Edward G. King