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Development of campus buildings
New Woodbine Racetrack : Queens Plate fashions
Planning for Changing Suburbs: Vaughan's Urban Growth Centre
Suburban development, in the last half century, has been the dominant style of urban expansion in Southern Ontario. The Greater Golden Horseshoe, which consists of Ontario's largest and most heavily populated regions, has ...
Democracy Building in Georgia: The Case for the Ottawa Convention
Georgia would seem to present a particularly difficult case for the universal adoption of the Ottawa Convention. The focus of this paper will be to provide a specific strategy to encourage Georgia’s signing of the Treaty. ...
Economic Change Was an Important Factor in Causing the American Civil War
Identity confusion causes people to become more hostile and aggressive toward those who do not share their beliefs.
Sex differences in the prevalence of post-stroke depression: a systematic review
Objective: Depression after stroke occurs in 33% of individuals. It is grossly underdiagnosed and untreated. Sex differences in the prevalence of post-stroke depression (PSD) have not been adequately studied, and may ...
Awakening to space consciousness and timeless transcendent presence (when caring for persons who are living dying or deeply grieving)
(Sage Publications, Inc., 2010)
Space consciousness is emerging as significant and necessary for the evolution of humanity according to spiritual teacher, Eckhart Tolle. Through space consciousness people become aware that we are timeless transcendent ...
Raccoons' intrusion into urban dwellings: GIS application on urban wildlife study
The history of raccoons entering urban life of human can go back to the beginning of the 20th century (Lariviere, 2004; Bateman & Fleming, 2012). While some people see this animals as rewarding wilderness encounter, others ...
"outside the lines" art exhibit
Curators left to right: Estée Klar, Martha Newbigging, nancy davis halifax
Male and Female Adult Survival Rate
Inclusion of authorized deception in the informed consent process does not affect the magnitude of the placebo effect for experimentally induced pain
The ethics of placebo research have been of paramount concern since the discovery of the phenomenon. To address these ethical concerns, Miller and colleagues (PLoS Med 2005 Sep;2(9):e262, 0853–0859) propose an alternate ...
Access to cardiac rehabilitation among South Asian patients by referral method: A qualitative study
OBJECTIVES: South Asians (SA) suffer an increased prevalence of coronary artery disease. Although cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is effective, SA are among the least likely to participate. ‘Automatic’ referral increases CR ...
Snow Goose and goslings at La Pérouse Bay, 1985.
Mental Health, Well-Being, and Access to Nature at School: A Review of Change at the Toronto District School Board
Access to nature and spending time outdoors can improve students' mental health and well-being, whereas deprivation from nature can have deleterious effects. Many authors, scholars, and researchers have noted the physical, ...
Feature Profile - Part-Time Faculty and Alumnus Brenton Diaz
Brenton Diaz received both his BSW and MSW at York University, as well as receiving a BA in Social Development Studies at the University of Waterloo. While studying for his MSW, his Practice-Based Research Paper analyzed ...
Beyond Meditation? Exploring Translation and Interpretation in the Current Globalized Landscape
(Glendon College, York University, 2014)
Affective Cities: Scenes of Innovation II
On-Line Determination Of A Go-Nogo State Using A Continous Estimation Of The System Response
The formulation, tuning and performance of a signal prediction algorithm as applied to the determination of a Go-NoGo state are discussed. Simulations were used to tune and assess the performance of the signal prediction ...