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MECHANISMS OF PRECIPITATION OF POLY-L-GLUTAMIC ACID
MECHANISMS OF PRECIPITATION OF POLY-L-GLUTAMIC ACID
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 34-10, Section: B, page: 4911., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1973.
MECHANISMS OF STRATOSPHERIC OZONE TRANSPORT
MECHANISMS OF STRATOSPHERIC OZONE TRANSPORT
Two (beta)-plane planetary wave models are used to study ozone transport in the stratosphere. In the first model, ozone transport is calculated for steady, dissipative planetary waves using the Eulerian, Lagrangian-mean, and residual circulations. A Lagrangian model of parcel dynamics is used to interpret planetary wave-photochemistry interaction. In chemically active regions the mean field ozone changes are found to be significant only where there are large gradients in chemical sources and sinks along particle trajectories. The largest changes in the mean field are found in the lower stratosphere and are due to the Lagrangian-mean advection., In the second model, ozone transport is calculated for the combined diabatic and time dependent planetary wave circulations. Both circulations are instrumental in the formation of the polar spring ozone maximum. The diabatic circulation transports ozone into the lower stratosphere, and planetary waves transport large amounts of ozone northward during sudden and final warmings. Using the transport mechanisms revealed in these models, a scenario is deduced to explain observed large scale ozone transport phenomena., Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 43-07, Section: B, page: 2243., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1982.
MEDIA COMPETENCIES IN ELEMENTARY TEACHER-EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE FOUR YEAR AND UPPER-DIVISION COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN FLORIDA
MEDIA COMPETENCIES IN ELEMENTARY TEACHER-EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE FOUR YEAR AND UPPER-DIVISION COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN FLORIDA
This study was developed to determine if Florida's four year and upper-division colleges and universities developed seven media competencies in their elementary teacher education methods courses. The curriculum areas studied were social studies, language arts and reading, mathematics, science and special education. The seven media competencies used were: (1) to determine appropriate media to achieve objectives; (2) to produce both print and non-print media; (3) to utilize media in appropriate learning activities; (4) to evaluate the effectiveness of media; (5) to operate current media equipment in each curriculum area; (6) to list sources (producers and publishers) of media curriculum materials; and (7) to develop individualized learning packages. The study had as secondary goals to determine the learning experiences used to develop the seven media competencies, the types of media facilities available to support teacher education programs, and an overall scope of media education., This study drew upon on Gary Lare's 1974 dissertation Media Education in Elementary Teacher Programs at Selected Teacher-Education Institutions. In his dissertation he developed and validated seven media competencies that should be included in elementary teacher education programs. The instrument used in gathering the data for this study was Lare's questionnaire with minor modifications., The population surveyed in this study was elementary education methods professors teaching in 26 public and private four year and upper-division colleges and universities in Florida. The institutions surveyed were categorized into small and large institutions. All the small institutions were private colleges and universities and the large institutions were all public supported, with exception of one., The data were gathered by writing the Chairpersons of the Education Departments in all 26 institutions in Florida for names of methods professors in each curriculum area to be studied. A questionnaire was sent to each professor named by the chairperson. Sixty-six percent of the methods professors returned the questionnaire., The conclusions for this study were: (1) The elementary teacher education methods professors surveyed were not developing all of the seven media competencies to the same degree. The majority of the methods professors developed the first three competencies {(1) 68%, (2) 80%, (3) 78%} while the last four {(4) 47%, (5) 44%, (6) 44%, and (7) 51%} were developed less often. (2) Methods courses were the major learning experience used by methods professors in both large and small institutions to develop the media competencies. It was also found that the majority of professors in large institutions developed the media competencies through field experiences, student developed lessons during a methods class and during student teaching. In small institutions the competencies were developed through student developed lessons during a methods class and student teaching. (3) Large institutions (96%) provided better instructional material center facilities with a wide variety of instructional materials for their elementary teacher education majors than small institutions (61%). (4) More large institutions (94%) provided a material production facility for their elementary education majors to produce media materials than small institutions (48%). (5) Very few large or small institutions' elementary teacher education programs required their majors to take as part of their program, a general media course (25%), a course that contained part general media subject matter (32%) or some other arrangement other than a course to develop these skills (24%)., Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 41-05, Section: A, page: 1902., Thesis (Educat.D.)--The Florida State University, 1980.
MEDIA CUES: SETTING THE LEGISLATIVE POLICY AGENDA
MEDIA CUES: SETTING THE LEGISLATIVE POLICY AGENDA
An often debated and studied question is the degree to which the modern media influence and impact governmental policy-making. One major area examining these questions revolves around the agenda-setting theory of the press: that the press may not influence specific actions or policies, but does influence which policies will be placed on the public agenda for consideration., This study examines these issues in the context of a state government policy structure, specifically examining statewide newspapers and the policy process of the Florida Legislature prior to, and during, the 1981 legislative session. The study posits that the agenda of state newspapers, by a count of stories about a specific set of issues, will correlate with the agenda rank of those same issues as expressed in questionnaire results from legislators., Building upon the work of Drs. William Gormley, Jack Walker, McClure and Patterson, as well as Shaw and McCombs, and Caspi, the results indicate a very strong relationship between the two sets of agendas, strongly reinforcing the notion of press impact on policy development, and largely confirming the hypothesis of the study., The study found a Spearman rho rank order correlation between legislators and newspaper content of issues of .73 (at a Confidence Level of .05). Perhaps more importantly, the study found a similar correlation of .72 between the newspaper content in the two months prior to the imposition of the questionnaire, and legislators' ranks based on those questionnaires., The study raises significant issues regarding the relationships between policy makers and news institutions, as well as the processes and persons who gather the news about policymaking events. It also raises questions about the nature of previous agenda-setting research which heavily depended upon front page content., The results develop a model of behavior between the institutions and actors in the media and policy/potential processes, placing greater emphasis upon the kind and type of media information, or cues, legislators receive in preparation for political and policy decisions., Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 43-10, Section: A, page: 3415., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1982.
MEDIAEVAL MODAL THEORY AND THE PROBLEM OF "DE DICTO ET DE RE."
MEDIAEVAL MODAL THEORY AND THE PROBLEM OF "DE DICTO ET DE RE."
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 38-12, Section: A, page: 7385., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1977.
MEDIATIONAL STRATEGY COMPARISONS IN PAIRED-ASSOCIATE LEARNING BY RETARDED AND NONRETARDED SUBJECTS
MEDIATIONAL STRATEGY COMPARISONS IN PAIRED-ASSOCIATE LEARNING BY RETARDED AND NONRETARDED SUBJECTS
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 37-10, Section: A, page: 6397., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1976.
MEDIUM EFFECTS ON THE RACEMIZATION RATE OF SOME DERIVATIVES OF 2,2'-DIMETHOXY-6,6'-DICARBOXYDIPHENYL
MEDIUM EFFECTS ON THE RACEMIZATION RATE OF SOME DERIVATIVES OF 2,2'-DIMETHOXY-6,6'-DICARBOXYDIPHENYL
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 20-02, page: 0497., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1959.
MEGARGEE'S MMPI-BASED CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR CRIMINAL OFFENDERS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION TO DETERMINE IF MMPI TYPE HOW IS IN NEED OF SUBCLASSIFICATION
MEGARGEE'S MMPI-BASED CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR CRIMINAL OFFENDERS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION TO DETERMINE IF MMPI TYPE HOW IS IN NEED OF SUBCLASSIFICATION
The MMPI-based typology, developed by Megargee and his associates, classifies criminal offenders and makes recommendations for the management and treatment of the ten types. Recently, several authorities suggested that type How, which is considered the most pathological group, is heterogeneous consisting of "neurotic" and "psychotic" subtypes. The purpose of this study was to investigate this notion empirically., The MMPI profiles of 155 men (X age = 22.3) incarcerated at(' )a medium security federal correctional institution were subclassified by three clinicians into: "neurotic-like" (HowN: negatively sloped) and "psychotic-like" (HowP: positively sloped) subgroups. Comparing this clinical method of profile differentiation with five more objective procedures found in the literature, similar results were observed. This supported the reliability of the clinicians' ratings., Next, the proposed subtypes were compared with t-tests on six dependent variables measuring institutional adjustment and three measures of recidivism to determine if they differed in behavior. The two subgroups were also compared with the other nine MMPI types (N = 1009) using Duncan's ranges. These analyses were calculated based on flexible sorting criteria which produced more general subgroups, and stringent criteria which produced extreme subgroups. The subgroups differed significantly on some measures. However, the results were not considered consistent or substantial enough to recommend a subdivision., The third phase of this investigation considered conceptual issues. The subtypes were compared using t-tests and were also compared with the other nine MMPI types on eleven variables measuring background, demographic characteristics and psychological test results. Using the general and extreme subgroups, similar results were observed. Although significant differences were obtained on some measures, the similarities between the subgroups outweighed the differences. Differential treatment strategies for each type was not considered necessary, but some fine-tuning was suggested., While clinicians could subclassify MMPI profiles into subtypes reliably, the major conclusion was type How is not in need of subdivision since the proposed subtypes did not differ in their behavior. The empirical procedures used to develop the typology appeared sound. Therefore, future investigators should complete an exercise such as this one before recommending a subdivision in an existing type or the addition of a new type of the system., Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 42-06, Section: B, page: 2559., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1981.
MELODY AND TEXTURE IN THE CHORAL WORKS OF FRANCIS POULENC (FRANCE)
MELODY AND TEXTURE IN THE CHORAL WORKS OF FRANCIS POULENC (FRANCE)
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 31-09, Section: A, page: 4811., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1970.
MEMBRANE DYNAMICS AND LOCOMOTION OF CAENORHABDITIS ELEGANS SPERMATOZOA
MEMBRANE DYNAMICS AND LOCOMOTION OF CAENORHABDITIS ELEGANS SPERMATOZOA
Caenorhabditis elegans spermatozoa are nonflagellated, ameboid cells that contain no F-actin yet are capable of crawling over solid surfaces. In this study, the role of cell surface membrane dynamics in locomotion were studied. Monoclonal antibodies against membrane proteins were generated and used to examine (1) the detailed pattern and mechanism of surface membrane movement, (2) the pattern and mechanism of insertion of new membrane components onto the spermatozoan surface, and (3) the effects of anti-cell surface protein antibodies on cell locomotion. I found that the general pattern of front-to-back membrane flow observed on other crawling metazoan cells also occurs on the pseudopod of C. elegans spermatozoa. Replacement of labelled membrane proteins lost to rearward flow occurs by a mechanism that inserts new protein onto the tips of numerous pseudopodial projections which contact the substrate during crawling, exactly where they are needed to expand the cell forward and create new sites of substrate adhesion. Membrane protein insertion occurs in the absence of cytoplasmic vesicles by a mechanism involving the post-translational, covalent attachment of lipid to the protein. Sperm do not crawl on naked glass, however, anti-cell surface antibodies immobilized on glass promote locomotion. This effect was concluded to be specific based, in part, on the ability of soluble antibody to stop locomotion in a concentration dependent fashion., Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 48-12, Section: B, page: 3478., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1987.
MEMBRANE FUNCTION IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS: CHARACTERIZATION OF A CYSTIC FIBROSIS FACTOR FRACTIONATED FROM FIBROBLAST MEDIA WITH RESPECT TO THE EFFLUX OF PUTRESCINE
MEMBRANE FUNCTION IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS: CHARACTERIZATION OF A CYSTIC FIBROSIS FACTOR FRACTIONATED FROM FIBROBLAST MEDIA WITH RESPECT TO THE EFFLUX OF PUTRESCINE
In this study, a polycationic substance which is produced by cystic fibrosis fibroblasts and secreted into the growth medium has been identified and characterized with respect to its action on the efflux of putrescine from normal fibroblasts. Comparison of medium extracts from various cystic fibrosis homozygotes, heterozygotes and where possible normal fibroblasts from family groups have been undertaken in order to determine the relationship of this factor to the putative abnormal gene in cystic fibrosis. Physiological characterization of the factor secret-by cystic fibrosis homozygotes into fibroblast medium with respect to its effect on putrescine efflux in normal fibroblasts, including comparisons with the known membrane active substance polygalactosamine, has been pursued in order to delineate the possible role of cystic fibrosis factor in the pathophysiology of the disease., The cystic fibrosis factor from medium is capable of causing the efflux of exogenously supplied putrescine. This activity is enhanced in the presence of extracellular calcium. Efflux of exogenously supplied putrescine is used as a bioassay for the cystic fibrosis factor. The putrescine efflux assay can be used as a quantitative bioassay for the cystic fibrosis factor. The response of the cystic fibrosis factor in the presence of calcium distinguishes it from polygalactosamine. The cystic fibrosis factor is found in medium from all homozygote and heterozygote cell lines tested but not in media from normal cell lines. It is proposed that the ability of the cystic fibrosis factor to alter the membrane permeability of cells and allow influx of extracellular calcium may be the underlying lesion which expresses itself phenotypically as cystic fibrosis. A model for the mode of action of the cystic fibrosis factor is presented., Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 41-03, Section: B, page: 0819., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1980.
MERLEAU-PONTY'S CONCEPTS OF PERCEPTION, BEHAVIOR AND AESTHETICS APPLIED TO CRITICAL DIALOGUE IN THE VISUAL ARTS
MERLEAU-PONTY'S CONCEPTS OF PERCEPTION, BEHAVIOR AND AESTHETICS APPLIED TO CRITICAL DIALOGUE IN THE VISUAL ARTS
Art criticism is a conscious and systematic procedure for revealing the expressive significance of works of art. People encounter things in their world through behavior and perception, thus an inquiry into these processes is important to art criticism. To be effective, art criticism must provide some means of realizing the expressive value of works of art, which presents a problem in aesthetics., The purpose of this inquiry was to gather and explain selected aspects of Maurice Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology in the areas of perception, behavior, and aesthetics in order to apply his ideas toward an appropriate methodology for art criticism., According to Merleau-Ponty, a person is engaged in a dialectic with things in the world. This dialectic is realized through an individual's behavior and perception, which holistically and synergetically operate to order, create, and respond to the world. A work of art, in this context, is a communicative object., Behaviors, which may be categorized into instinctive, transferable, and symbolic forms, function in a milieu to create complex structures, or orders, which involve language and art. As individuals gain experience, their behaviors are modified; they learn, adapt, and develop aptitudes for interacting with their world., Perception is the relationship of a person's body and consciousness with the world. An individual probes the world for meanings through intersensory contact and acts of intention. Things reveal themselves only partially due to their perspectival and temporal nature. Intending a work of art involves the phenomenological reduction, wherein the object in question is placed within conscious brackets in order to focus upon its inherent qualities without interference from tangential or irrelevant information. The significance of an object is discovered through reflection, which is the synthesis of experiential moments into an interpretation of what is perceived., Although Merleau-Ponty did not provide any method for the practice of art criticism, he did indicate that critical dialogue should be restricted to the visible surface qualities of a work of art and ideas implied by that surface., Eleven propositions were derived from the phenomenology of Merleau-Ponty by this investigator, and are intended to serve as guidelines for the development of a method of art criticism. These propositions were divided into three clusters: (1) presuppositions for art criticism, (2) proposals for the practice of art criticism, and (3) statements suggesting significant individual and social benefits which may accrue from experiences in art criticism., Based upon these propositions, and generally following the phenomenological method of description explained in the text, a method of art criticism was outlined. The method involves five consecutively ordered components. Each component is absorbed into the function of the next. The components are: (1) receptiveness, (2) orienting, (3) bracketing, (4) interpretive analysis, and (5) synthesis. Two or more people engaged in critical dialogue may revise and expand an interpretation beyond what one person might discover alone. A major advantage of a phenomenological method of art criticism is that it allows variations in the expression of feelings and ideas about a work of art, provided those expressions reflect an authentic experience of the work itself., Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 41-07, Section: A, page: 2890., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1980.
MESSENGER-RNA SYNTHESIS IN A CELL-FREE SYSTEM
MESSENGER-RNA SYNTHESIS IN A CELL-FREE SYSTEM
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 40-02, Section: B, page: 0718., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1978.
METAL ION INDUCED HEMOLYSIS OF RED CELLS AND ITS INHIBITION BY CERULOPLASMIN (COPPER, ASCORBATE, HEMOGLOBIN, LIPID PEROXIDATION, LEAD)
METAL ION INDUCED HEMOLYSIS OF RED CELLS AND ITS INHIBITION BY CERULOPLASMIN (COPPER, ASCORBATE, HEMOGLOBIN, LIPID PEROXIDATION, LEAD)
Metal ion induced hemolysis of a variety of vertebrate erythrocytes was investigated. Hemolysis usually occurred in two phases. First there was a lag period in which few cells lysed, this was followed by a period of rapid lysis, where the majority of the cells lysed. Both the lag and lytic periods were temperature dependent and increased in duration as the temperature decreased. Metal ions which had the highest lytic activity were generally those with high affinity for sulfhydryl groups. Hg(II), Ag(I), Cu(II) and Pb(II) were effective hemolysins of certain species of red cells. Ni(II), Co(II) and Mn(II), which had lower affinity for sulfhydryl groups did not induce lysis., Cu(II) induced lysis involved a number of novel properties and was studied in-depth. Cu(II) induced lysis required oxygen and involved lipid peroxidation. Cu(II) entered the red cell and reacted with oxyhemoglobin to form superoxide ion and methemoglobin. The superoxide ion formed from this reaction could initiate lipid peroxidation, which was followed by lysis., Ceruloplasmin inhibited lipid peroxidation and lysis of red cells induced by Cu(II). Lipid peroxidation is thought to be one of the main contributors to red cell destruction. Ceruloplasmin, as the major serum antioxidant, may play a pivotal role in determining the life span of the red cell. A specific binding site for ceruloplasmin has been found on the red cell membrane, which may mediate its antioxidant properties., Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 47-01, Section: B, page: 0172., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1985.
METAL SALT CATALYZED CARBENOIDS
METAL SALT CATALYZED CARBENOIDS
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 32-12, Section: B, page: 6929., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1971.
METAMORPHOSIS OF METAMORPHOSIS IN FRANZ KAFKA, MICHEL BUTOR AND GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ. (FRENCH TEXT) (AUSTRIA, FRANCE, COLOMBIA)
METAMORPHOSIS OF METAMORPHOSIS IN FRANZ KAFKA, MICHEL BUTOR AND GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ. (FRENCH TEXT) (AUSTRIA, FRANCE, COLOMBIA)
The purpose of this study is to compare three concepts of the theme of "metamorphosis" in twentieth century literature, namely in three selected novels by Kafka, Butor and Garc(')ia Marquez respec- tively. The search for the "Metamorphosis of the Metamorphosis" is divided in two parts: the history of metamorphosis from the Biblical creation through the Greek myths and finally to modern literature. The second part will focus on the analysis of the three works., The Die Verwandlung (1915), by Franz Kafka, exemplifies the external aspect of a regressive change, from a human being to a cockroach. The "metamorphosis" in Kafka's novel reveals a day- dream, a psychic wound inflicted by the first World War on the individual and society in general. La Modification (1957), by the French New Novelist Michel Butor, emphasizes the process of internalized metamorphosis on the subconscious level, the modify- ing myth of a modern descent to Hades. This inner modification leads to an aborted quest for a manly God, to a wrong "Change of Heart." The Colombian novel Cien anos de soledad (1969), by Gabriel Garc(')ia Marquez, both combines and explains our three thematic views of "metamorphosis," "modification," and "alchemy" as an endless inward movement inevitably making its way back to nothingness--mental alienation and self-destruction. The solitary cycle of progress and regression in the biological and the spiritual dimensions of man in the Columbian novel is expressed in the apocalyptic return to a Zero Degree., This study concludes by focusing on multiple novelistic, artistic and cinematographic devices in the twentieth century leading to a pessimistic view of society. Most of the authors and artists who use the theme of metamorphosis after the traumatic Nietzsche's proclamation of the death of God and the genetic experience of "mutation" caused by atomic bombs show a cyclic regression, a spiritual disease: the aspiration of contemporary man to be God, which makes man a beast., Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 47-01, Section: A, page: 0169., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1986.
METAPHOR AND THE LINGUISTICS OF SPACE: A PSYCHOLINGUISTIC MODEL OF FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE
METAPHOR AND THE LINGUISTICS OF SPACE: A PSYCHOLINGUISTIC MODEL OF FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 36-06, Section: A, page: 3634., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1975.
METAPHORICAL LANGUAGE USED IN THAI ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH GRADE LITERATURE TEXTBOOKS
METAPHORICAL LANGUAGE USED IN THAI ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH GRADE LITERATURE TEXTBOOKS
The major purpose of this study was to identify the metaphorical language used in the Thai eleventh and twelfth grade literature textbooks. A secondary purpose was to compare Thai and English metaphors., The sample was composed of two standard Thai eleventh and twelfth grade literature textbooks published and prescribed by The Thai Ministry of Education., The following procedures were followed: (1) the Thai tropes used in the selected Thai literature textbooks were identified, (2) the tropes were classified by topic, (3) English translations were made, (4) the trope types were ranked according to their relative frequency, (5) comparisons were made of selected Thai and English metaphors., The conclusions of this study were: (1) There are 85 topics of Thai tropes used in the eleventh and twelfth grade literature textbooks. The topics range from "Age" to "Words." There are two main divisions of the sources of the Thai tropes: tropes drawn from nature, and those drawn from human life. (2) Twelve types of tropes occur in the textbooks. The most frequently occurring tropes are hyperbole (20.00%), allusion (17.52%), and abstractionistic (12.37%). They represent 49.89% of the total metaphors found. The other types of tropes in rank order are: humanistic (9.66%), inanimate (9.00%), animal (8.37%), metonymy (8.11%), sense (6.44%), personification (4.51%), synecdoche (2.83%), animistic (1.15%), and litotes (.13%). (3) The most frequently occurring tropes representing 69.6% of the total number are derived from "Kings-Royalty" (37.6%), "Beauty-Endearment-Preciousness (21.2%), and "Longing-Passion-Rage" (10.8%). (4) Comparisons of the Thai and English metaphors revealed striking similarities in the descriptions of "Emotions." Other similarities occurred in "Endearment and Preciousness" and "Melancholy." Many differences between the Thai and English figurative language are accounted for by religion, mythology and politics. Therefore, most Thai tropes that were categorized under "Buddhism", "Hindu Mythology" and "Kings-Royalty" were not comparable to English metaphors., Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 43-08, Section: A, page: 2672., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1982.
METHOD AND THEORY IN COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF THE FORMATIVE STAGES OF CIVILIZATIONS
METHOD AND THEORY IN COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF THE FORMATIVE STAGES OF CIVILIZATIONS
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 23-05, page: 1740., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1962.
METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN RESEARCH ON ATTRIBUTION PROCESSES
METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN RESEARCH ON ATTRIBUTION PROCESSES
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 37-06, Section: B, page: 3148., Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1976.

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