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Theses/Dissertations from 1964
An investigation into synthetic routes to optically active trityl systems., Joseph M. Prokipcak
The satiric element in the novels of Muriel Spark., Myrcyl G. Pullen
A digital controller strategy for optimization and adaptation of control systems representable in the phase plane., Robert J. Rayzak
A study of the decomposition of some aromatic diazonium hexafluorophosphate salts., William A. Redmond
An experimental study of natural convection heat transfer to non-Newtonian fluids from isothermal vertical and horizontal flat plates., Irvine Glenn Reilly
Differences in the effectiveness of auditory and visual cues for autistic children in a two-choice discrimination learning task., Sylvia Rowe
The logic design of a digital control computer., Richard E. Shiner
The effect of consequences to a film-mediated model on inhibition and disinhibition of imitative responses., Carole Sinclair
The effect of majority opinion on the creative school child., Reta L. Stone
An evaluation of the Semantic Differential Technique as a tool for the discrimination and prediction of Extraversion-Introversion., Nikolaus Tines
An investigation of the Braen Self-Description Inventory as a predictor of rigidity., Patricia V. Tuite
The effect of father-absence on the emotional pattern of adolescent boys., Adrian Visscher
Theses/Dissertations from 1963
The effect of immediate and delayed shock as aversive stimulation in a two-choice learning situation., Robert A. Carom
Paramagnetic resonance in solids., John W. Carswell
Sensitized fluorescence in potassium vapour at low densities., George D. Chapman
An investigation of the differential effect between subjects classified as rigid and nonrigid by the self descriptive inventory., William D. Chernets
Studies in the thermal stability of poly(methyl methacrylate)., Joseph E. Clark
A 0-60 ampere current supply and the beta-gamma angular correlation of arsenic-74., John Delbert Colclough
Synthesis of alpha substituted amino acids., John F. G. Diederich
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and parliamentary responsibility., R. Paul Gilmor
Non-isothermal flow of air in a vertical pipe at low velocities., Ujjal S. Gulati
Potentials of tidal power on the North Atlantic coast., Jan T. Laba
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
Part I: Palladium complexes of di-2-thienylketoxime; Part II: Nephelometric determination of palladium with di-2-thienylketoxime., Leo P. K. Lee
Deuterium isotope rate effects in the spontaneous and magnesium-ion-catalyzed decarboxylation of oxalacetic acid., Stanislava N. Lipovac