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    • English Language Center (2018)
    • Cárdenas, Emilia Francina; 0000-0002-9515-6045 (2020-06-02)
      Department: Psychology
      Parental reflective functioning, a parent’s ability to mentalize about their child, has been linked to healthy child development. Evidence suggests that depressive symptoms are negatively correlated with mental state ...
    • Huffman, Gregory W. (Vanderbilt University, 2002)
      Many real business cycle models lack a significant propagation mechanism. Consequently most of the serial correlation in output is inherited from the serial correlation in the exogenous shocks. A simple model is presented ...
    • Alan, Debbie; Weikert, Douglas (Vanderbilt Medical Center, 2010-04-09)
      Douglas Weikert, M.D. is the Director of the Division of Hand & Microvascular Surgery at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Weikert will explain what being a hand specialist means and what types of orthopaedic ...
    • Hull, Michael Bradley (2013-04-16)
      Department: Mathematics
      We investigate the class of acylindrically hyperbolic groups, which includes many examples of groups which admit natural actions on hyperbolic metric spaces, such as hyperbolic and relatively hyperbolic groups, mapping ...
    • Chaynikov, Vladimir Vladimirovich (2012-06-22)
      Department: Mathematics
      Hyperbolic groups are defined using the analogy between algebraic objects – groups – and hyperbolic metric spaces and manifolds. Our research involves the study and use of two very different, yet very natural, classes of ...
    • Fischer, Remington Eric (2012-06-11)
      Department: Chemical Engineering
      Elongated 830 equivalent weight (EW) Aquivion® (a perfluorosulfonic acid polymer with an ion exchange capacity of 1.2 mmol/g) was investigated for potential use in direct methanol fuel cells by determining the effect of ...
    • Nowak, Piotr Wojciech (2008-04-25)
      Department: Mathematics
      Property A was introduced by Guoliang Yu as a metric version of a well-known group invariant, amenability. The new notion turned out to be extremely useful in several areas of mathematics. We prove an averaging theorem for ...
    • Sherry, Suzanna (Harvard law Review, 2015)
      Richard Epstein’s new book, The Classical Liberal Constitution, is the latest entry in what might be called conservative foundationalist constitutional theory. The movement’s primary goal is to elevate judicial protection ...
    • Knight, Douglas A., 1943- (Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 1975)
    • Guy, Jeffrey S. (Vanderbilt University. Medical Center, 2011-06-05)
      Propofol Related Infusion Syndrome is a potentially fatal complication of propofol. If you use this common ICU drug you need this information.
    • Bell, Kathryn (2022-08)
      Education Development Center (EDC), headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, is a non-profit organization founded in 1958 that serves communities both domestically and internationally. The health promotion, practice, and ...
    • Ruhl, J. B.; Lant, C. L.; Kraft, Steven E.; Duram, Leslie A.; Adams, Jane (Jane H.); Loftus, Timothy T., 1956- (Environmental Law, 2003)
      During the Montana Constitutional Convention of 1889, John Wesley Powell, envisioning a landscape of watershed commonwealths, proposed that Montana adopt watersheds as the boundaries of its counties. The idea did not catch ...
    • Fitzpatrick, Brian T. (Lewis & Clark Law Review, 2020)
      Many conservatives oppose much of the administrative state. But many also oppose much of our private enforcement regime. This raises the questions of whether conservatives believe the marketplace should be policed at all, ...
    • Fitzpatrick, Brian T. (Texas Review of Law and Politics, 2019)
      I am going to set the stage by providing a little background about the various methods that States around the country use to select their judges. I am also going to remind us of many of the considerations that we like to ...
    • Jones, Owen D. (Florida Law Review, 2001)
      This Article explores several advantages of incorporating into law various insights from behavioral biology about how and why the brain works as it does. In particular, the Article explores the ways in which those insights ...
    • Freeman, Heather Elizabeth (2009-07-19)
      Department: English
      This article explores the rise of the legal and medical professions in some of the earlier novels of Anthony Trollope, focusing on the ways in which the roles of doctor and lawyer can blur, particularly during this time ...
    • Seigel, Michael L.; Slobogin, Christopher, 1951- (Penn State Law Review, 2005)
      This article, part of a symposium on prosecutorial discretion, uses the Martha Stewart case to look more closely at the various types of discretion prosecutors wield. Unlike some other commentators, we are not persuaded ...
    • Guthrie, Chris (Northwestern University Law Review, 2003)
      To understand how people behave in an uncertain world - and to make viable recommendations about how the law should try to shape that behavior - legal scholars must employ a model or theory of decision making. Only with ...
    • Fraley, Claire E. (Vanderbilt University, 2011-04-06)
      Deficits in neurocognitive functioning are the most commonly reported adverse late effect in children diagnosed with brain tumors. However, few studies have examined this decline in functioning prospectively. The aim of ...