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    • Nascent Hue 

      Nair, Ketaki (2019-05)
      Maggie Nelson writes in, Bluets, "There are no instruments for measuring color; there are no 'color thermometers.' How could there be, 'color knowledge' always remains contingent upon an individual perceiver." That Nascent ...
    • Navigating the Primo Resource Type Jungle: Connecting Resource Types to RDA and Local Collections 

      Guajardo, Richard; Young, Frederick (2016-05-04)
      At the University of Houston our decision for the use of resources types in our Primo discovery system were influenced by two local projects. Prior to implementing Primo, our library completed an RDA Enhancement project ...
    • Neighborhood Social Cohesion Partially Mediates the Association Between Seeing People Walk and Leisure-time Walking in Latino Adults 

      Desai, Shreya (2018)
      Seeing others exercise is associated with higher leisure-time (LT) physical activity. However, studies have yet to examine the role of neighborhood social cohesion in the relationship between seeing people walk and LT ...
    • Neocortical reorganization in spina bifida 

      Juranek, Jenifer; Fletcher, Jack M.; Hasan, Khader M.; Breier, Joshua I.; Cirino, Paul T.; Pazo-Alvarez, Paula; Diaz, Javier D.; Ewing-Cobbs, Linda; Dennis, Maureen; Papanicolaou, Andrew C. (NeuroImage, 2008-05)
      Normal brain development throughout childhood and adolescence is usually characterized by decreased cortical thickness in the frontal regions as well as region-specific patterns of increased white matter myelination and ...
    • Network Characteristics of a Social Support Organization for Gay Men in Southern California 

      Holloway, Ian (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2011)
      Gay men are at risk for a range of negative health and mental health issues, including HIV and depression. The extant literature demonstrates the integral role that social support can play in improving health and well-being ...
    • Network-Based Electronic Publishing of Scholarly Works: A Selective Bibliography 

      Bailey, Charles W., Jr. (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1995)
      This bibliography presents selected articles, books, electronic documents, and other sources that are useful in understanding scholarly electronic publishing efforts on the Internet and other networks. Most sources have ...
    • Networking, Advocacy, and Outreach: Women in STEM at UTSA 

      Hayward, Matt (2018-07-20)
      It can be difficult to make connections with faculty, especially as a relatively new librarian. This year, for Women’s History Month, the University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries hosted a Pop Up Event to promote Women ...
    • Neurobehavioral outcomes in spina bifida: Processes versus outcomes 

      Fletcher, Jack M.; Ostermaier, Kathryn K.; Cirino, Paul T.; Dennis, Maureen (Journal of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine, 2008-01)
      We review neurobehavioral outcomes and interventions for children with spina bifida. Focusing on children with spina bifida myelomeningocele, we contrast historical views of outcomes based on comparisons across content ...
    • Neurocognitive predictors of mathematical processing in school-aged children with spina bifida and their typically developing peers: Attention, working memory, and fine motor skills 

      Raghubar, Kimberly P.; Barnes, Marcia A.; Dennis, Maureen; Cirino, Paul T.; Taylor, Heather; Landry, Susan (Neuropsychology, 2015-11)
      Objective: Math and attention are related in neurobiological and behavioral models of mathematical cognition. This study employed model-driven assessments of attention and math in children with spina bifida myelomeningocele ...
    • Neurogenesis, exercise, and cognitive late effects of pediatric radiotherapy 

      Rodgers, Shaefali P.; Trevino, Melissa; Zawaski, Janice A.; Gaber, M. Waleed; Leasure, J. Leigh (Neural Plasticity, 2013-04)
      Brain cancer is a common type of childhood malignancy, and radiotherapy (RT) is a mainstay of treatment. RT is effective for tumor eradication, and survival rates are high. However, RT damages the brain and disrupts ongoing ...
    • Neuron-Epithelial Cell Fusion Occurs in the Central Murine Cornea 

      Courson, Justin A.; Hanlon, Samuel D.; Burns, Alan R. (2017)
      Of the 21 interactions observed in the central cornea, 43% were fusing with basal corneal epithelial cells. Nerves undergoing fusion were twice as large in diameter as standard corneal stromal nerves. Fusing nerves lack ...
    • Neuropsychological profiles of children with aqueductal stenosis and spina bifida myelomeningocele 

      Hampton, Lyla E.; Fletcher, Jack M.; Cirino, Paul T.; Blaser, Susan; Kramer, Larry A.; Dennis, Maureen (Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 2013-02)
      We compared neuropsychological profiles in children with shunted hydrocephalus secondary to aqueductal stenosis (AS), a rare form of congenital hydrocephalus, and spina bifida myelomeningocele (SBM), a common form of ...
    • New Horizons in Adult Education: The First Five Years (1987-1991) 

      Hugo, Jane; Newell, Linda (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
      Overview of the Journal's History The Syracuse University Kellogg Project began in 1986 with a mission to provide broader access to the university's adult education materials and to facilitate the exchange of information ...
    • The New Publishing: Technology's Impact on the Publishing Industry Over the Next Decade 

      Rawlins, Gregory J. E. (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1992)
      Discusses technology's impact on the products, revenue sources, and distribution channels of the publishing industry over the next decade. Highlights include electronic books and copy protection; copyright; advantages of ...
    • New Technologies that Could Affect Libraries 

      Vacek, Rachel (2011-08-03)
      A short presentation on the latest technologies affecting libraries today and in the not too distant future, for TechNet 2011 Conference in Decatur, TX, August 3, 2011.
    • New York City Disaster 

      Mai, Lee (2017)
    • The Newsletter on Serials Pricing Issues 

      Tuttle, Marcia (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
      Currently, serials librarians face two important issues: (1) unacceptably high journal subscription prices, and (2) the emergence of electronic publishing as a viable alternative to the traditional paper journal. An ...
    • Niki Herd 

      Herd, Niki (2016-10-12)
      Niki Herd grew up in Cleveland and earned degrees in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona and Antioch University. Nominated twice for a Pushcart Prize, she is the recipient of fellowships from Cave Canem and the ...
    • #NoFilter: An Analysis of Journalistic Interventionism in Twitter Coverage of the Travel Ban 

      Dennis, Regina (2017)
      Journalists primarily employed interpretation in covering the travel ban, or quoted sources' opinions or interpretations. While reporting focused on the various negative implications of the travel ban, none of the journalists ...
    • Nonbibliographic Applications of Z39.50 

      Kunze, John A. (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1992)
      Describes the use of the Z39.50 information retrieval protocol as the basis for Infocal, a read-only, client/server-based campus information system. Technical considerations in adapting the protocol to nonbibliographic ...