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ISLAMOPHOBIA AND THE MUSLIM AMERICAN IDENTITY: AN EXPLORATION OF GENDER, SES, AND SELF-ESTEEM
The rise of Islamophobia has been likened to Europe’s anti-Semitism and the segregation of people of color in the 1900s in the U.S. However, a dearth of research exists regarding the impact of Islamophobia on Muslim ...
TINGLE - TOPIC-INDEPENDENT GAMIFICATION LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Motivating student commitment and engagement in learning, using gamification, or games embedded in non-game settings, has been sought after by game researchers, game designers, academic content developers, and teachers ...
REAL-WORLD ASSESSMENT OF FUNCTIONAL ABILITY AND COMPENSATORY STRATEGY USE IN COMMUNITY DWELLING OLDER ADULTS
Compensatory strategies such as assistive technology, external reminders, and environmental cues may help support everyday functioning and independence in the real-world. Currently, everyday functional ability is most often ...
Knowing Your Baby Matters: The Impact of Temperament Guidance Materials for Parents
Past temperament guidance programs have been successfully utilized to improve caregiver understanding of temperament, foster responsivity in parent-child interactions, and teach strategies for appropriately responding to ...
Fear Not, for He Is with You – How Perception of God’s Approval Influences Believers’ Risk Attitude Towards War and Terrorism
This research explores a multitude of questions related to religiosity, gender, and risk taking in politically relevant behavior, particularly behavior related to war and terrorism. Interacting with, and building upon, ...