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The role of academic variables as predictors of success or failure in a diploma nursing program

Laura Higgs
The purpose of this study was to identify those academic variables which were the best predictors of success or failure in a diploma nursing program located on the rural Eastern Shore of Maryland. Data were collected retrospectively from the records of 87 graduates who were classified as members of the Classes of 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 and 1994. Selected variables were categorized into preadmission criteria (SAT scores and scores of The Psychological Corporation RN Entrance...

Past-life therapy: Origins and sources

Barbara H. Pomar
Past-Life Therapy is a product of the evolution of traditional psychotherapy. It can be considered both as a natural progression of age regression and as a means of accessing the collective unconscious. There are differing methods of recalling past-life reports. Various explanations for the phenomena discussed are other personal lives (past, future and simultaneous) , collective unconscious including morphic field, quantum field and simultaneous time; and false memories including implanted memories, cryptomnesia, and memories of...

Modeling spine shape for the seated posture

Brodeur, Raymond; Reynolds, H. M. (Herbert M.)

The initial position and postural attitudes of driver occupants

Reynolds, H. M. (Herbert M.); Brodeur, Raymond; Eppler, Maria; Neal, Douglas; Rayes, Kal; Kerr, Robert; Stockman, George C., 1943-

The initial position and postural attitudes of driver occupants

Eppler, Maria; Bolster, Valerie; Reynolds, H. M. (Herbert M.)

The initial position and postural attitude of vehicle operators

Brodeur, Raymond; Cui, Yuntao; Reynolds, H. M. (Herbert M.)

Making It: A Qualitative Study of Resilience Among Single Mothers Raising Daughters in Risky Neighborhoods

Anne E. Brodsky
Most prior research has identified only pitfalls for urban, low-income, African American, single mothers. This qualitative study focused on resilient single mothers and using semi-structured interviews allowed participants to define and describe their own experiences, both stresses and strategies for coping. Ten women who had been single mothers for at least two years were identified as resilient by school-based key informants and participated in two hour-long individual interviews. The risky neighborhoods in which these women...

1995 Evergreen

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1995 yearbook of the Salisbury State University (now Salisbury University) student body.

Connecticut Clippings

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Connecticut Clippings

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Connecticut Clippings

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Connecticut Clippings

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Connecticut Clippings

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Women's Movements: Cultural, Intellectual, Political Revolutions

National Women'S Studies Association
Digitized program for the National Women's Studies Association 16th Annual Conference, held June 22-25, 1995, at University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma.

Concerto for piano and orchestra

Kelly Tang

Alternatives for affordable housing

Jerome A. Tomczak

Land use issues in the State of Michigan

Naomi A. Larson

West Riverfront case study

Tonya P. Holland

Urban Affairs Program

Jane Leal Ledesma

Participation and client accountability in development

Kenneth K. Ames

Three essays on the strategic behavior of partially-regulated firms

Leslie Margaret Schenk

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