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The Effectiveness of Carpal Tunnel Release
Hand injuries involving the carpal tunnel are very common in today’s society, affecting 4-10 million people per year. This problem may become more prevalent due to an increase in new hand-oriented activities like texting ...
Degradation of Perineuronal Nets in the Medial Prefrontal Cortex and the Impact on Memory
Memory is a crucial asset to proper daily functioning. One important brain area involved in memory is the medial prefrontal cortex or mPFC. Perineuronal nets (PNNs) are structures that envelop specific neurons in many parts ...
Influence of Diet on Activity Patterns of Nonhuman Primates
Primate activity patterns and diet have been researched separately in the wild; this project aims to examine the relationship between the two by comparing species in captive populations. The zoo setting allows for the ...
Diel Vertical Migration of Zooplankton in Response to Hypoxia in Lacamas Lake, Washington
Zooplankton, microscopic aquatic animals, are often distributed vertically in the water column in unequal densities, sometimes exhibiting diel vertical migration behavior, typically residing in surface waters at night and ...
The Behavior of Roping Cattle During a Team Roping Run
Team roping is a sport that has been around since the late 1800s. Today, thousands of dollars are up for grabs every day for the team with the fastest run. In order to become competitive in team roping, it takes a lot of ...
Uncovering the Accessibility Concerns on the Washington State University Vancouver Campus
The goal of this study is to discover some of the barriers on the Washington State University Vancouver (WSUV) campus that impede differently-abled students from reaching their full-academic potential. Through this research ...