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From Rationing to Ravishing: Crossing Lines in Vancouver
From September 17, 2014, to March 8, 2015, the Museum of Vancouver played host to an exhibition that staged the city’s transformation in the immediate post-WWII years as it went from a war-based economy to a burgeoning ...
Validation of a Portuguese version of the Information Needs in Cardiac Rehabilitation (INCR) scale in Brazil
Objectives: to translate, culturally adapt and psychometrically validate the Information Needs in Cardiac Rehabilitation (INCR) tool to Portuguese. Background: The identification of information needs is considered the ...
A microhistory in letters: What happened to I. Huang’s research reports on size-weight illusion
(Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2017)
In the recent development of history and sociology of science, peer review practice has been scrutinized. However, historians have not paid any attention to this important topic in the history of Chinese psychology. Primarily ...
Saisir l'insaisissable ? Les mesures de longueur d'énoncés en linguistique appliquée
(Mouton Publishers, 2000)
The utterance is a widely used linguistic unit. It seems, however, to escape every attempt to define it unequivocally. There seems to be a consensus in applied linguistics that a fuzzy combination of syntactic, semantic ...
Hybridity Revisited: St Michael's of Mile End
(International Council on Canadian Studies, 2003)
St. Michael's Church in the Mile End district of Montreal offers a rich example of cultural hybridity. A close reading of the architecture and social history of the church suggests, however, the complexity of the elements ...
Black Feminist Intersectional Methodologies for Life Writing
This panel is comprised of three black feminist presenters whose research topics and intersectional methodologies are inspired by recognitions of the same gender and genre provocations that drive the work of Canadian ...
Kim Thúy’s Rú and the Art of the Anecdote
The gradual female gendering of Thúy's text as it moves forward is nicely wrapped in the comfortable and seemingly simple form of the anecdote, so that the text comes to represent, in both its genre and gender, what (in ...
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A.M. Klein. Pimontel et les ratés de la traduction
(Université du Québec à Montréal, 2005)
Pimontel est le protagoniste d'un court texte d'Abraham Moses Klein, écrit vers la fin des années 1940 et laissé inachevé. Pimontel est un être singulier qui choisit de se dévouer à la traduction des textes de la diaspora ...
Recommendations for applying tests of equivalence
Researchers in psychology reliably select traditional null hypothesis significance tests (e.g., Student's t test), regardless of whether the research hypothesis relates to whether the group means are equivalent or whether ...
Improving accuracy of veracity judgment through cue training
The ability to make judgments of veracity was investigated to see if training individuals on visual, vocal, or verbal content cues of deception would increase their ability to judge whether a message was truthful. The ...
Visual Scanning and Its Relationship to Facial Emotion Recognition in Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injuries
Objective: Mounting research evidences a relationship between decreased social integration and reduced facial emotion perception (FEP) after traumatic brain injury (TBI). A relationship between visual scanning and the ...
Factor structure of the Beck Hopelessness Scale in individuals with advanced cancer
(John Wiley & Sons, 2010)
Although the Beck Hopelessness Scale is often used with the seriously ill, its factor structure has been given relatively little consideration in this context. The factor structure of this scale was examined in a sample ...
Evaluating clinical significance through equivalence testing: Extending the normative comparisons approach
(Society for Psychotherapy Research, 2009)
The field of psychology, as with many other disciplines, has been increasingly interested in being able to measure the effectiveness of behavioral interventions. This trend has led to a number of different approaches for ...
Milk Poems and Blood Poems: Autobiographical Poetry and the New Nicaraguan Woman
In 1967, La Prensa Literaria, Nicaragua’s most highly regarded literary magazine, laments that Nicaragua is “overpopulated” by “poetesses” who outnumber male poets 1,000 to 700 in the capital alone. Nicaraguan women were ...
YFile – Conference, exhibit celebrates York research on gender and genre
(Y File, 2017-05-08)
An international conference on May 15 to 17 will celebrate the achievements of York University Professor Marlene Kadar, a noted Canadian feminist studies and life writing scholar whose research interests cluster around ...
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