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    • Cooperative Secure Transmission by Exploiting Social Ties in Random Networks 

      Wang, Hui-Ming; Xu, Yiming; Huang, Ke-Wen; Han, Zhu; Tsiftsis, Theodoros A. (IEEE Transactions on Communications, 3/30/2018)
      Social awareness and social ties are becoming increasingly popular with emerging mobile and handheld devices. Social trust degree describing the strength of the social ties has drawn lots of research interests in many ...
    • Copenhagen Fire of 1728 

      Ali, Afreen (2017)
    • Coping with Jealousy: The association between maladaptive aspects of jealousy and drinking problems are mediated by drinking to cope 

      DiBello, Angelo M.; Neighbors, Clayton; Rodriguez, Lindsey M.; Lindgren, Kristen P. (Addictive Behaviors, 2014-01)
      Previous research has shown that both alcohol use and jealousy are related to negative relationship outcomes. Little work, however, has examined direct associations between alcohol use and jealousy. The current study aimed ...
    • Copyright, Digital Media, and Libraries 

      Halbert, Martin (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
    • Corbin Cherry: The Hidden Community of Special Needs 

      Garcia, Joshua (2018-04-25)
      In late August 2017, Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast. This natural disaster quickly became a social disaster. It cost an estimated 135 billion dollars in damage and displaced many people from their homes. Dickinson, ...
    • Correlates and Predictors of Parenting Stress among Internationally Adopting Mothers: A Longitudinal Investigation 

      Viana, Andres G.; Welsh, Janet A. (International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2010-04)
      This study examined correlates and predictors of parenting stress among internationally adopting (IA) mothers with the goal of expanding the knowledge base on the experiences of adoptive parents. One hundred and forty-three ...
    • Correlation of Cross-Axis Eye Movements and Motoneuron Activity in Non-Human Primates with “A” Pattern Strabismus 

      Das, Vallabh E.; Mustari, Michael J. (Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 2/1/2007)
      Purpose: The authors showed earlier that animals reared with certain types of visual sensory deprivation during their first few months of life develop large horizontal strabismus, A/V patterns, and dissociated vertical ...
    • Cortical area size dictates performance at modality-specific behaviors 

      Leingärtner, Axel; Thuret, Sandrine; Kroll, Todd T.; Chou, Shen-Ju; Leasure, J. Leigh; Gage, Fred H.; O'Leary, Dennis D. M. (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2007-03)
      The mammalian neocortex is organized into unique areas that serve functions such as sensory perception and modality-specific behaviors. The sizes of primary cortical areas vary across species, and also within a species, ...
    • Corticosteroid-Related Psychiatric Complications in the Treatment of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in an Adolescent 

      Mian, Irfan A.; Gearing, Robin Edward; DeSouza, Claire; Solomon, Leigh (Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2007-02)
      We present the case of an adolescent with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, who developed symptoms of psychosis and mania during his treatment. Psychiatric side-effects of corticosteroids in the adult population have long been recognized ...
    • Cosmogenic Backgrounds at the Daya Bay Experiment 

      Mitchell, Ian (2017)
      Nowadays, the frontier of physics is underground. Experiments like Daya Bay search for rare processes and events, shielded by hundreds of feet of solid rock. But some particles can penetrate through that, while evading our ...
    • The Cost Effectiveness of Prevention Programs 

      Próspero, Moisés (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2005)
      Prevention programs appear to be the first cut when financial resources become scarce. This philosophy is contrary to the ever-growing literature that reveals the effectiveness of prevention programs and their ...
    • Costly Intellectual Property 

      Fagundes, Dave; Masur, Jonathan S. (Vanderbilt Law Review, 2012-04)
      Though they derive from the same constitutional source of law, patents and copyrights vest very differently. Patents arise only after an applicant successfully navigates a cumbersome and expensive examination, while ...
    • Counterpoint 

      Russell, Amy (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2005)
      Amy Russell's counterpoint to Howard Karger's "Reforming the Dissertation Process".
    • Counterpoint 

      Kindle, Peter A. (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2005)
      Peter A. Kindle's counterpoint to Howard Karger's "Reforming the Dissertation Process".
    • Counterpoint 

      Mapp, Susi (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2005)
      Peter A. Kindle's counterpoint to Howard Karger's "Reforming the Dissertation Process".
    • Counterpoint-Muscling into the Marketplace: Social Work for the New Millennium A Response to Peter Kindle 

      McGovern, Justine (University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 2007)
      In his “Answering the Critics: The Inherent Value of Social Work,” Peter Kindle summarizes the history of social work and outlines claims made by critics of the profession (Kindle, 2006). In addition, he leaves the reader ...
    • Crash Course in Web Design for Libraries 

      Vacek, Rachel (Reference & User Services Association, 2007)
      The article reviews the book "Crash Course in Web Design for Libraries," by Charles P. Rubenstein.
    • Creating a Beta-Space in an Academic Music Library 

      Lewin-Lane, Stephanie (2016-10-07)
      Students in the performing arts have unique research and study needs that often move beyond standard library services and into multi-disciplinary areas. The need to access multi-media, recording and music software, visual ...
    • Creating and Updating a Faculty Publications List 

      Fogg, Sonya (2018-07-20)
      A faculty publications list is an asset that highlights an institution’s productivity. Our library has progressed from assisting with the annual production of a print volume, to creating an online bibliography for each ...