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The Vanderbilt University Institutional Repository (VUIR) provides open access to faculty scholarly work, preserves historically significant digital materials, and supports the university in scholarly communications and the dissemination of knowledge. Faculty, researchers, staff and students are invited to contribute digital materials to ensure long term preservation and access. Learn more....

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  • Afzal, Madison (Vanderbilt University. Peabody College, 2021)
    English has become the dominant global language in the academic community. In order to participate in such community, writer must have command of not only the typical conventions, but also have the confidence to write ...
  • Bailey, Olivia (Vanderbilt University. Peabody College, 2021-04)
    The three main sections of this capstone demonstrate my successful completion of the Masters of Education in English Language Learners program (international track) and how my coursework meets EFL TESOL standards. The first ...
  • Mahapatra, Anjali (Vanderbilt University, 2021-03)
    Substance abuse often occurs as a way to cope with negative affect and life stressors in an unsupportive social context. As a result, affective regulation and social support play a key role in relapse prevention and recovery. ...
  • Sun, Leqing (Vanderbilt University. Peabody College, 2021-04)
    This teaching portfolio discusses my beliefs in teaching, how I practiced those beliefs in my projects completed in the academic program, and implications for my future career, all of which were developed during my two ...
  • Lempres, Sarah (Vanderbilt University, 2021-04-07)
    There is limited research on how parents respond to their children’s emotions, both positive and negative, and how the type of emotion and internal processes of the parent are linked to their responses. The current study ...

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