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Integrative and theoretical reviews of achievement motivation for school psychologists: Introduction to the special issueDownload
Although school psychologists have a wide range of expertise, generally speaking theories of motivation. The papers in this special issue were selected for their focus specifically on the integration of theories of achievement motivation to the practice of school psychology Among their various...
Modeling the early transmission of COVID-19 in New York and San Francisco using a pairwise network modelDownload
Classical epidemiological models assume mass action. However, this assumption is violated when interactions are not random. With the recent COVID-19 pandemic, and resulting shelter in place social distancing directives, mass action models must be modified to account for limited social...
Retention and release of odorants in cotton and polyester fabrics following multiple soil/wash proceduresDownload
Odorous clothing can be an annoying and unpleasant problem particularly when odorants are not effectively removed via laundering. Cotton and polyester knit fabrics were soiled with three selected odorants, representing different polarities and lipophilicities (i.e. octanoic acid, 2-nonenal,...
We present a series of studies investigating subjective experience of poetry in expert and non expert readers. In the preliminary study, literature and psychology students produced adjectives descriptive of poetry. Separate lists of adjectives with 5 point Likert type scales, one for experts,...
Using phonological neighborhood density has been a common method to quantify lexical competition. It is useful and convenient but has shortcomings that are worth reconsidering. The present study quantifies the effects of lexical competition during spoken word recognition using acoustic distance...
The long-wave infrared (8-12 μm) spectral features of selected rare earth element –bearing carbonate, phosphate and silicate mineralsDownload
Rare earth elements (REEs) are a group of metals essential to high technology industries. This high demand, combined with a high supply risk, has led to an understanding that REEs are critical to society. Despite the potential that hyperspectral imaging (HSI) data offers for a fast and...
The Impact of COVID-19-triggered Changes to Instruction and Assessment on University Students’ Self-Reported Motivation, Engagement, and PerceptionsDownload
In March 2020, university students had to adjust to remote learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This abrupt change likely impacted students’ motivation, engagement, and perceptions of success and cheating. We used a single survey to collect retrospective self-report data from a...