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Neglecting and Misrepresenting Latin America: Foreign Correspondents at the New York Times from 1966-1968
(Vanderbilt University. Dept. of History, 2018)
The Cold War dominated United States’ foreign policy in the Sixties. With the Cuban Revolution and the perceived Communist threat in Chile, among other events, Latin America also became a region of greater strategic ...
Parenting Behaviors and Children's Coping with Stress: Socialization of Coping Methods and Messages
(Vanderbilt University, 2018-04-18)
In a follow up to Watson (2015), the current study examined the potential association of the methods that parents use to communicate coping strategies to their children, the messages that parents communicate, the impact ...
Spatial Hearing in Elderly Individuals with a Range of Age-Related Hearing Loss
(Vanderbilt University, 2018)
The spatial hearing abilities of individuals with hearing loss, especially those who are elderly, have been investigated mostly in the context of localizing a single, stationary sound source in a quiet setting. Real world ...
Book Handling Behaviors in Early Childhood: Evidence from Eye Movement Monitoring
(Vanderbilt University, 2018-05)
Current literature shows that orientation preference becomes consistent by the age of 30 months, despite the fact that the ability to process inverted images is already consistent by the age of 18 months (DeLoache, Uttal, ...
Aristotle Meets Apple: Rhetoric in the Podcast
(Vanderbilt University, 2018-04-24)
Podcasts such as Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History and Manoush Zomorodi’s Note to Self, engage with, and extend, the deliberative rhetorical form. Aristotle defined deliberative rhetoric as a persuasive genre that ...
Children Coping with Cancer: Associations with Stress Reactivity, Age and Gender
(Vanderbilt University, 2018-04-23)
The present study focuses on how gender, age, and stress reactivity are associated with the ways that children cope with cancer. The sample consisted of 336 families; parents and children completed questionnaires near the ...