The S-wave from the decay
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Digital Discussions in the Humanities and Social Sciences: "Are Common Topics Common? Rhetorical Questions and Computational Methods" Hart-Davidson, Bill (2013-09-18)William Hart-Davidson, Associate Professor of Rhetoric & Writing and Co-Director of the Writing in Digital Environments (WIDE) Research Center at Michigan State University, will discuss his research that highlights the ...
THE CONTRIBUTION OF COMMON FACTORS TO THERAPEUTIC OUTCOMES FROM THE CLINICIAN'S PERSPECTIVE: A MIXED METHOD STUDY TO EXPLORE COMMON MECHANISMS OF CHANGE Karimi, Hassan (Virginia Tech, 2015-11-23)While the Common Factors (CFs) model is becoming more popular it has been criticized for the lack of empirical evidence compared to empirically supported treatments and the lack of capacity to guide clinicians on what to ...
"Common," "system," "uniform," and "efficient" as terms of art in the education articles of state constitutions :a philosophical foundation for the American common school Guy, Mary Jane (Virginia Tech, 1992-11-05)
One of the most important administrative problems in education today is how equitably to finance the school system of a state, since frequently the question of insufficient revenue and disparity between school divisions ...