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    • Tactile-speech perception with gamified training on the vibey transcribey 

      Canare, Dominic (Wichita State University, 2022-12)
      Access to information is indispensable in this modern age, and more inclusive methods for communication should be explored so that all people may benefit from this information. Tactile communication systems have many ...
    • Taino Indians: Settlements of the Caribbean 

      Hopper, Ronald (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2008)
    • Taken with a grain of salt: experimentation and the chemistry of archaeological ceramics from Xaltocan, Mexico 

      Stoner, Wesley D.; Millhauser, John K.; Rodriguez-Alegria, Enrique; Overholtzer, Lisa; Glascock, Michael D. (Springer International Publishing AG, 2014-12-01)
      Neutron activation analysis (NAA) of ceramics from Xaltocan (n=651) displays high values for sodium and potassium and low concentrations of many transition metals and rare earth elements compared to other sites in the Basin ...
    • Targeting fear of spiders with control-, acceptance-, and information-based approaches 

      Wagener, Alexandra L.; Zettle, Robert D. (Psychological Record, 2011)
      The relative impact of control-, acceptance-, and information-based approaches in targeting a midlevel fear of spiders among college students was evaluated. Participants listened to a brief protocol presenting one of the ...
    • Targeting vulnerable life-stages of Sericea Lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata) with prescribed burns 

      Wong, Bryant M.; Houseman, Gregory R.; Hinman, Sarah E.; Foster, Bryan L. (WEED SCI SOC AMER, 2012-10)
      There is growing interest in whether invasive species may be controlled by utilizing management strategies that target vulnerable life stages. We manipulated the timing of fire and measured its effects on sericea lespedeza ...
    • Task and effector constraints on the kinematics of pointing movements 

      Bohan, Michael; McConnell, Daniel; Thompson, Shelby; Chaparro, Alex (2005-08)
      Recent work has emphasized the distinction between task and effector constraints underlying performance in Fitts' type discrete pointing tasks. We explored the relative contributions of these constraints in a cursor-pointing ...
    • Tautomeric stabilities of 4-fluorohistidine shed new light on mechanistic experiments with labeled ribonuclease A 

      Kasireddy, Chandana; Ellis, Jonathan M.; Bann, James G.; Mitchell-Koch, Katie R. (Elsevier B.V., 2016-12-01)
      Ribonuclease A is the oldest model for studying enzymatic mechanisms, yet questions remain about proton transfer within the active site. Seminal work by Jackson et al. (1994) labeled Ribonuclease A with 4-fluorohistidine, ...
    • Taxonomic and nomenclatural changes in the pelidnotine scarabs (coleoptera: scarabaeidae: rutelinae: rutelini) 

      Moore, Matthew Robert; Jameson, Mary Liz (Coleopterists Soc, 2013-09)
      The taxonomy and nomenclature of several species-group names for the pelidnotine scarabs (Scarabaeidae: Rutelinae: Rutelini) are clarified. Two replacement names are proposed for homonyms in the genus Pelidnota MacLeay: ...
    • Teacher training for Head Start classrooms 

      Moreno, Desirae A.; Just, Christy L.; Snyder, James J. (Wichita State University. Graduate School., 2008-04-25)
      The goal of this study was to provide Head Start teachers with specific skills in developing positive relationships with students and in more effectively managing problematic child behavior in the classroom. The hypothesis ...
    • Teaching inclusion and discourse: A classroom demonstration from Nepal 

      Morrow, Helen; Lowe, Laura A. (Wichita State University, School of Social Work, 2016-02-19)
      While a cornerstone of any democracy, efficacious civic discourse and the ability to come to reasonable compromise seem to occur rarely today. This paper suggests that higher education may be a place to teach such skills, ...
    • Teaching the art of circumlocution 

      Berry-Bravo, Judy (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, 1993-05)
    • Team combat identification: effects of gender, spatial visualization, and disagreement 

      Baker, Anthony L.; Keebler, Joseph R.; Anania, Emily C.; Schuster, David; Plummer, John P. (SAGE, 2020-02-04)
      Objective: The combat identification (CID) abilities of same-gender and mixed-gender dyads were experimentally assessed, along with measures of spatial skills and team communication. Background: CID is a high-stakes ...
    • Team training in obstetrics: a multi-level evaluation 

      Sonesh, Shirley C.; Gregory, Megan E.; Hughes, Ashley M.; Feitosa, Jennifer; Benishek, Lauren E.; Verhoeven, Dana; Patzer, Brady S.; Salazar, Maritza; Gonzalez, Laura; Salas, Eduardo (Educational Publishing Foundation-American Psychological Association, 2015-09)
      Introduction: Obstetric complications and adverse patient events are often preventable. Teamwork and situational awareness (SA) can improve detection and coordination of critical obstetric (OB) emergencies, subsequently ...
    • Technological and ethical aspects of anthropological film 

      Belford, Troy A. (Wichita State University, 2010-05)
      This thesis demonstrates how factors of technological innovation in filmmaking and anthropological ethical considerations will have an influence over how a particular film will be theorized, created and distributed. The ...
    • Technological innovation and diffusion: Exploring AM adoption from a collaboration perspective 

      Trevaskiss, Cailyn (Wichita State University, 2022-04-29)
      INTRODUCTION: Additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D-printing, is a key technology to achieve innovation in Industry 4.0. This technology has not been widely adopted by industry, government, and the larger public. Understanding ...
    • Technology acceptance, social support, and life satisfaction among American Indian elders 

      Jun, Jung Sim; Lee, Kyoung Hag; Roh, Soonhee; Galambos, Colleen M. (Oxford University Press, 2015-11)
      Previous studies examined factors influencing an increase of good health and quality of life among American Indian Elders (AIEs). However, there is a lack of research regarding the role of technology utilization on the ...
    • Teen dating violence among sexual minority youth: Predictions and trends using the YRBS 2017 

      Wooley-Snider, Jamie (Wichita State University, 2019-04-26)
      Previous studies suggest that sexual minority youth report higher frequencies of victimization of teen dating violence (physical and sexual) than their heterosexual peers. This study explores the relationship between sexual ...
    • Teen dating violence: the who, what, and when of prevention 

      Rowley, Rochelle (Wichita State University, 2012-05)
      Much of the research on teen dating violence has attempted to take the ideas associated with adult domestic violence and intimate partner violence and apply it to teen relationships. This research was conducted to discover ...
    • Temperature dependent lattice distortion in aerogel-produced Fe Mo oxides 

      Hamdeh, Hussein H.; Al-Ghanem, Hussain; Folkerts, T. J.; Eltabey, M. M.; Ho, J. C.; Willey, R. J. (IEEE, 2008-06-01)
      Mössbauer studies have been made to evaluate the temperature dependence of lattice distortion in two aerogel-synthesized iron-molybdenum oxides having different atomic ratios Fe:Mo=1:1 and 2:3, but both with a ß-FeMoO4 ...
    • The template of events for applied and critical healthcare simulation (TEACH Sim) 

      Benishek, Lauren E.; Lazzara, Elizabeth H.; Gaught, William L.; Arcaro, Lygia L.; Okuda, Yasuharu; Salas, Eduardo (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2015-02)
      Statement: Simulation-based training (SBT) affords practice opportunities for improving the quality of clinicians' technical and nontechnical skills. However, the development of practice scenarios is a process plagued by ...