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    • Near-surface Geophysical Imaging of Complex Structures: Meteor Crater, AZ and Jemez Pueblo, NM 

      Turolski, Arkadiusz 1987- (2013-05)
      This work is the culmination of two independent but related projects regarding the near-surface. The first involves a geophysical examination of Barringer Meteorite Crater (a.k.a. Meteor Crater) in northern Arizona. The ...
    • Near-Surface Seismic Imaging of the Shallow Sediments of Galveston Bay, Texas and the Tullos Oilfield, Louisiana 

      Mao, Lingfei 1992-; 0000-0001-6465-5805 (2017-12-11)
      In this thesis, two studies were conducted using high-resolution seismic and sonar methods to image the near-surface of Galveston Bay, Texas and the Tullos oilfield in Northern Central of Louisiana. Seismic reflection and ...
    • Negotiating Religiosity among Hispanic Lesbian Mothers 

      Oyarvide, Zelma L. 1989- (2014-05)
      Religion might serve as an adaptive tool for Hispanic lesbian mothers in order to maintain a more tolerated identity as a mother, or it could produce heightened conflict given their potential incompatibility with the role ...
    • Negotiations and Challenges in Creating a Digital Story: The Experience of Graduate Students 

      Nguyen, Anh (2011-05)
      Digital Storytelling has been popular in various educational contexts as a powerful tool for cognitive and literacy development in the digital age. The creation of a digital story is a complex process in which the creator ...
    • 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 ...

      Bradley, Kailyn 1985- (2012-12)
      The purpose of this study was to investigate whether an interactive imagery-based learning paradigm would facilitate foreign word learning more than picture imagery. Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) was used ...
    • Neural Response to Peer Rejection in Clinically Depressed Adolescents and Healthy Controls 

      Mellick, William (2017-05)
      Major depression is a debilitating and highly recurrent mental illness that typically emerges during adolescence (Hankin, 2006). The increased vulnerability to depression observed during adolescence is posited to arise in ...
    • 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 ...
    • Neuronal and Mitochondrial Protection in Chronic Parkinsonism 

      Patki, Gaurav (2010-08)
      Among the several plausible neuropathological hypotheses underlying the progression of aging and neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease (PD), oxidative stress and mitochondrial damage have emerged as one ...
    • 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 ...
    • Neutrophil Interstitial Migration 

      Hanlon, Samuel 1949- (2012-05)
      Purpose: Molecular events regulating neutrophil extravasation have been extensively researched and described. However, relatively little is known about extravascular interstitial migration of neutrophils and then, much of ...
    • New Insights on Quasistatic and Acoustic Cloaking 

      Meklachi, Taoufik 1978- (2014-05)
      In the first four chapters 1-4, we study, in the quasistatic regime, the behavior of the dissipated power inside the boundary layers of a two dimensional metamaterial slab of negative permittivity . We consider a compactly ...
    • New Methods in Aryne Chemistry 

      Mesgar, Milad 1985-; 0000-0002-7502-6550 (2017-12-01)
      Arynes are important reactive intermediates in the synthesis of bioactive molecules and natural products, organic materials, catalysts, and polyaryl compounds. They are neutral, reactive, aromatic intermediates lacking two ...
    • New Monumentality, Integration of the Arts, and the Shaping of Modern Life 

      Bassi Cendra, Giovanna María (2015-12)
      The American art history canon poses modern art as an individualistic and detached enterprise. However, an examination of the New Monumentality discourse reveals that modern art was as socially and politically engaged as ...
    • 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)
    • Nobody Does It Better: History and the James Bond Film Series 

      Paredes, Lori Nicole (2014-05)
      Nobody Does It Better: History and the James Bond Film Series examines the James Bond film series and its viability as a historical document. This study only looks at the Bond films produced by EON Productions. By examining ...