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Choreographing and Reinventing Chinese Diasporic Identities - An East-West Collaboration
In demonstrating Eastern- and Western-based Chinese diasporic dances as equally critical and question-provoking in Chinese identity reconstructions, this research compares choreographic implications in the Hong Kong-Taiwan ...
Path to Good Quality and Affordable Housing Is More Difficult for Refugee Claimants Than for Sponsored Refugees
More formal supports for getting affordable and good quality housing are needed for the refugee population in Canada, especially for refugee claimants. While the support of family, friends, and the local community can help ...
Neurodiversity and the Use of Art to Facilitate Communicating Emotions; A Preliminary Study
This research study explored whether art can be used to facilitate communicating emotions among individuals with ASD. A total of ten participants were included in this study. Five participants were diagnosed with ASD and ...
Falling Calcium Levels Are Harming Freshwater Animals
Crayfish are especially vulnerable to falling levels of calcium in eastern North American lakes. This poses a threat to the ecosystems in which crayfish and other crustaceans reside.
Arctic Species Severely Affected by Climate Change in the Last Two Centuries
The last two centuries of climate warming have drastically affected many species in the High Arctic. Species that survived in extreme cold are becoming threatened as the average temperature in the Arctic increases.
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Demystifying the Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake
The Eastern Massasauga rattlesnake (Sistrurus catenatus), Ontario’s only extant venomous snake, has suffered from the overall negative image of snakes created by centuries of traditional storytelling and more recently, ...
Behavioural and neuroimaging evidence for a contribution of color and texture information to scene classification in a patient with visual form agnosia.
(Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2004-03)
A common notion is that object perception is a necessary precursor to scene perception. Behavioral evidence suggests, however, that scene perception can operate independently of object perception. Further, neuroimaging has ...