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    • Patterns and levels of intensity in young children with autism spectrum disorder 

      Carley, Katie (Wichita State University, 2019-04-19)
      This study explored how young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) use speech intensity (perceived as loudness) when they produce words and sounds during communication with clinicians and the children's parents. ...
    • Pedestrian detection in a night time driving and texting task 

      Turner, Colton (Wichita State University, 2015-04-07)
      The dangers of texting and driving have become the focal point of driving research in recent years. Most of this research has been directed at examining the dangers distracted drivers present to other motorists. However, ...
    • Petrographic comparison and contrast of 290–million-year-old fluvial and deltaic 

      Obrist, Jonathan (Wichita State University, 2010-04-23)
      Microscopic petrography of fluvial and deltaic sandstones in the Oread Cyclothem, NE Oklahoma, links their characteristics to depositional environments. Texture and composition of 50 framework grains in each sandstone ...
    • Phase 2: Oral material microbial hazard risk analysis 

      Vence, Alexia; Ruff, Micah; Nickel, Sarah M.; VanRavenhorst-Bell, Heidi A. (Wichita State University, 2023)
      It is important when diagnosing or treating Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders (OMD) to assess the patient's tongue strength and endurance. The anti-slip patch is an adhesive material that reduces slippage of the Iowa ...
    • Phonological awareness and early intervention 

      Glaser, Sharon (Wichita State University, 2014-04-08)
      Studies have shown that the explicit instruction of phonological awareness (PA), an individual's ability to attend to and manipulate the sound structure of a spoken word, significantly influences later literacy. Current ...
    • Polymer-coated carbon nanotubes for enhanced detection of biomarkers 

      Kellerman, Mary Beth (Wichita State University, 2011-04-05)
      The objective of our study is to identify the role in arraying in creating nanostructures with nanospaces that can be leveraged for enhanced detection. The idea behind the experiment is that the nanoweb of polystyrene-coated ...
    • Porous materials for capacitive deionization 

      Alfonso, Melisa (Wichita State University, 2023-04-07)
      Highly efficient capacitive deionization (CDI) relies on unimpeded transport of salt ions to the electrode surface. Porous materials were evaluated to determine a good candidate to provide superb conditions for ion adsorption.
    • Portraying skin-like electrodes using a biomimetic skin phantom 

      Coffman, Lauren (Wichita State University, 2023-04-07)
      Lightweight wearable electrodes advance modern medical technology and the lives of patients. To produce these medical devices, human subjects must be available for testing. Obtaining a diverse group of human subjects is ...
    • Positive family and peer influence on LGBTQ2+ young adults 

      Benteman, Elisabeth (Wichita State University, 2023-04-07)
      The purpose of the current study is to examine the joy related to LGBTQ+ identities and how it may be related to experiences with family and peers. This area of research is of interest due to its relatively unexplored ...
    • Preparation of 2,2' - bipyrazine and 5,5' - dimethyl - 2,2'‐bipyrazine 

      Liyanage, Pithma (Wichita State University, 2008-04-25)
      Procedures to maximize the product yields in the preparation of the title compounds were investigated. The general preparative procedures for 2,2' - bipyrazine (bpz) and 5,5' - dimethyl - 2,2' - bipyrazine (Me2bpz) was ...
    • Production of the red pigment prodigiosin in Serratia marcescens using fed-batch bioreactors 

      Gomes, Anosh (Wichita State University, 2014-04-08)
      Prodigiosin is a red, linear tripyrrole compound that is produced as a secondary metabolite by several families of bacterial species including some strains of Serratia marcescens (S. Marcescens). Prodigiosin was first ...
    • Program planning project 

      Graves, Kathryn; Burciaga, Gabriela; Bell, Mikayla; Pino, Rosangela (Wichita State University, 2022-04-15)
      Nursing home residents frequently require partial or complete assistance in conducting activities of daily living, including oral care. They often house individuals that use oral prosthetics like removable partials and ...
    • Progress towards a robust, calibration free and ultra-sensitive quantum technology-based magnetometer for fire-and-forget applications 

      Unruh, Thane; Halder, Sajib; Ambal, Kapildeb (Wichita State University, 2021)
      A magnetometer, or magnetic field sensor, are used on all types of aircrafts and spacecrafts to measure magnetic field intensity. We will be using EDMR or, electrically detected magnetic resonance, to measure these magnetic ...
    • Promoting children's social emotional development through classroom consultation 

      Davidson, Clara (Wichita State University, 2016-04-05)
      Setting up and executing effective interventions is important to the advancement of a classroom of children, particularly those who are at risk. The DECA-P2 was administered as a screening tool to five classrooms at community ...
    • Proposal to include infertility information in the state of Kansas' human health and sexuality curricula 

      Fowler, Amy (Wichita State University, 2009-05-01)
      Although education on human health and sexuality is a compulsory part of Kansas public high school curricula, at least one component is missing: instruction on abnormal reproductive system processes. Some of the more common ...
    • Pure bending of honeycomb core 

      Tazawa, Kazune (Wichita State University, 2022-04-15)
      Honeycomb core is a cellular structure consisting of hexagonal cells. Honeycomb cores are widely used because of the ability enable sandwich structures to achieve high strength and stiffness with small density. Honeycomb ...
    • Pure bending of honeycomb core 

      Tazawa, Kazune (Wichita State University, 2023-04-07)
      Honeycomb core is a cellular structure consisting of hexagonal cells. Honeycomb cores are widely used because of the ability enable sandwich structures to achieve high strength and stiffness with small density. Honeycomb ...
    • Quality of life, nutrition, and respiratory health in older adults 

      Hess, Sean (Wichita State University, 2011-04-05)
      Whether aging in a healthy manner or experiencing disease, all older adults (65+years) are at risk for swallowing difficulties (dysphagia) and thus disrupted hydration, nutrition, and lung function. Such disruptions can ...
    • Quantification of arterial electromagnetic properties for peripheral artery disease screening 

      Rogers, Jerad (Wichita State University, 2016-04-05)
      Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a slowly progressive vascular disease characterized by abnormal narrowing of peripheral arteries through atherosclerosis. PAD often goes unnoticed and is heavily underdiagnosed due to its ...
    • Reducing medication administration errors in emergency medical services through the implementation of a verbal verification method 

      Madi, Maha (Wichita State University, 2015-04-07)
      Healthcare reform is a reoccurring issue that is common to legislatures across the country. Policy changes to healthcare affect everyone and in order to better provide for the citizens of the State agreements must be made ...