Smith, M. K. (2002) ‘Malcolm Knowles, informal adult education, self-direction and andragogy’, the encyclopedia of informal education, www.infed.org/thinkers/et-knowl.htm.S
This article gives detail on the the American Pit Bull Terrier such as the history, temperament, physical characteristics and personality. The article is broken down into sections such as to help you better understand the breed. It also highlights on awards and AKC certifications. The article is relevant because it gi
Annotated Bibliography Greg Neale, Greg. "Moctezuma: The Leader Who Lost an Empire." The Telegraph. Last modified September 21, 2009. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/art/ art-features/6213665/Moctezuma-the-leader-who-lost-an-empire.html. Greg Neale is a founding editor of the BBC History Magazine. The article
Huey, M. & Mcnulty, T. (2005). Institutional Conditions and Prison Suicide: Conditional Effects of Deprivation and Overcrowding. The Prison Journal, 85(4), 490-515.doi:10.1177/0032885505282258. Sage Publications.
The main purpose of this article is to examine various research on the etiology of stuttering. The experimental research explored various brain circuitries involved, specifically the the basal ganglia. Furthermore, the meta-analysis discussed neuroimaging, lesion, pharmacological, and genetic studies on the neural circuitries connected to persistent developmental stuttering and acquired neurogenic stuttering.
Ackerman, W. (2000). The Americanization of Israeli Education. Israel Studies, 5(1), 228-243. Retrieved from http://www.liberty.edu:2048/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/30245536
A longitudinal study conducted by Rofey et al. (2009) assessed the relationship of childhood depression and anxiety to weight gain. The purpose of this study was to examine the "relationships between mood disorders and weight in children" (Rofey et al., 2009 p.524).
Tarsha’s main objective in the article “The Role of Existential Therapy in the Prevention of Social Media- Driven Anxiety” is to convey awareness of the harmful effects of social media on mental health. The author begins the article by presenting scientific research associating dysphoria, nomophobia, and the fear of missing out with social media usage. He then provides evidence supporting the idea that these minor illnesses can evolve into significant disorders such as paranoid and narcissistic
Cormen, T. H., Leiserson, C. E., Rivest, R. L., & Stein, C. (2009). Introduction to algorithms. Cambridge (Mass.): MIT Press.
Mnookin, Seth. The Panic Virus: A True Story of Medicine, Science, and Fear. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2011.
Dettmers, J. M., Goddard, C. I., & Smith, K. D. (November 01, 2012). Management of Alewife Using Pacific Salmon in the Great Lakes: Whether to Manage for Economics or the Ecosystem?. Fisheries, 37, 11, 495-501.
. . van, d. B. (2007). The association between conduct problems and the initiation and progression of marijuana use during adolescence: A genetic analysis across time. Behavior Genetics, 37(2), 314-25. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10519-006-9124-1 The researchers raise the question of how largely genetic factors play a role in the influence of marijuana use on the individual. Previous research suggests that there is not just one factor, but individuals are more likely to be environmentally influenced. The researchers challenge these findings and suggest that genetics has just as much influence on the individual. Using a longitudinal research design the authors investigated both genetic and environmental influences on the association between earlier conduct problems and the initiation and progression of marijuana use during adolescence. Bivariate genetic analyses were conducted to establish whether marijuana initiation and progression represented a single liability of risk or alternatively, whether these behaviors were more accurately represented as independent liabilities. These findings mark an important shift away from documenting cross-sectional associations between conduct problems and substance use, from which it is impossible to determine the direction of effects, toward the use
IRB is an administrative body established by UNT to protect the rights and welfare of human research subjects enrolled in research. They review the research if it is conducted using any UNT employees or students as subjects, using UNT’s non-public information to identify or contact human research subjects, and research conducted by UNT employee or student in connection with their UNT responsibilities or studies. The IRB has the right to approve or disapprove all the modifications needed for research. It reviews all IRB applications and approves the research if criteria are met. IRB will review the applications for completeness, minimizing risks to subjects, ensuring voluntary participation, verifying the selection of subjects is equitable,
1. Seaton, S.C., Elliott, K.T., Cuff, L.E., Laniohan, N.S., Patel, P.R., and Neidle, E.L. 2012. "Genome‐wide selection for increased copy number in Acinetobacter baylyi ADP1: locus and context‐dependent variation in gene amplification." Molecular microbiology. 83(3): 520-535.
Hello Mr. Weatherly, I have a question about the annotated bibliography assignment. Do I need to upload just one annotated bibliography from one of my work cited page or I need to have all of the annotated bibliography from my work cited page? And the annotated bibliography is not due until next Saturday