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  • Granata, Nicolette; 0000-0002-0716-2534 (2021-08-18)
    Department: Psychology
    Highly funded social movements aim to improve the lives of persons with disabilities. The “Person-first Language” movement (1980s) has not been empirically revisited to account for recent progress in the treatment of persons ...
  • Payne, Jenna Lee; 0000-0002-0915-0094 (2021-08-16)
    Department: Chemistry
    As a means to prepare enantioenriched small molecules, chiral hydrogen bond catalysts have been developed. These organocatalysts are the latest broad class of reagents for enantioselective reaction development, but they ...
  • Xie, Boyang; 0000-0003-2829-9254 (2021-08-19)
    Department: Biological Sciences
    COPI plays important roles in the cellular trafficking system by retrieving protein cargoes at the Golgi and endosomes. The COPI budding and fusion cycle starts when a small GTPase, Arf1, is recruited to the membrane. ...
  • Davis, Christina; 0000-0002-4824-9978 (2021-08-23)
    Department: Astrophysics
    The lifespan of a galaxy is punctuated by both mergers and flybys, yet most methods to track the galaxy assembly history within a cosmological simulation are designed to identify only mergers. Here, we present the full ...
  • Velez, Marina Suzanne; 0000-0002-6879-8392 (2021-08-18)
    Department: Special Education
    Obtaining contextually stable estimates of child challenging behavior is of interest to researchers who design interventions to decrease child challenging behavior. However, there is little empirical guidance on measurement ...

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