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Linked Data and Canadian Legal Resources
An overview of the basic theory and building blocks that support linked data; the growth of the so-called linked open data cloud; how this idea might be applied to legal resources and some of the challenges involved; and ...
Anti-British in Every Sense of the Word? Methodist Preachers, School Libraries, and the Problem of American Books in Upper Canada, 1820-1860
(Canadian Society of Church History, 2013)
Toy-mediated distraction: Clarifying the role of the agent of distraction and pre-needle distress
(Pain and Research Management, 2013)
BaCkGRound: Distraction has recently gained attention as a technique that may help reduce acute pain in infants and toddlers; however, results remain equivocal. It appears that these mixed results stem from a variety ...
Welfare-to-Work Makes Lone Mothers More Vulnerable to Social and Economic Insecurity
Welfare-to-work policies have exposed lone mothers to greater social and economic insecurity. Thus, they are turned into greater “risks” rather than managers of risk.
Remodeling Southeast Asian Tunings
Since the pioneering reports of Ellis (1884, 1885) and Stumpf (1901), studies of Southeast Asian tunings have been methodologically problematic. Abstract numbers, empirical measurements, indigenous claims, and perceptual ...
Stripping the Stacks: Librarians, Pornography and Pedagogical Possibility
When librarians and faculty work together as research partners, building unique collections and developing mutually constitutive research questions, new pedagogical possibilities emerge demonstrating the relationship between ...
Robust tests of equivalence for k independent groups
A common question of interest to researchers in psychology is the equivalence of two or more groups. Failure to reject the null hypothesis of traditional hypothesis tests such as the ANOVA F‐test (i.e., H0: μ1 = … = μ k ) ...
Reductions in negative automatic thoughts in students attending mindfulness tutorials predicts increased life satisfaction
(Hipatia Press, 2013)
University education confronts students with stressful developmental challenges that can lead to mental health problems. Innovative programs must address an increasing prevalence of these problems but are impeded by the ...
Equivalence testing: A novel approach to evaluating the gender similarities hypothesis
Proponents of what has been termed the Gender Similarities Hypothesis (GSH) have typically relied on meta-analyses as well as the generation of nonsignificant tests of mean differences to support their argument that the ...
Barriers to cardiac rehabilitation use in Canada versus Brazil.
PURPOSE: Despite its well-established benefits, cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is greatly underutilized globally. Barriers to its utilization have been identified in high-income countries. Given the growing epidemic of ...
Development and Psychometric Validation of a Scale to Assess Information Needs in Cardiac Rehabilitation: The INCR Tool
(Patient Education and Counseling, 2013-06)
Objective: to develop and psychometrically-validate a tool to assess information needs in cardiac rehabilitation (CR) patients. Methods: After a literature search, 60 information items were identified. To establish content ...
A comparison of barriers to use of home versus site-based cardiac rehabilitation
(Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention, 2013-09)
Purpose: Despite the established benefits of cardiac rehabilitation (CR), it remains significantly underutilized. It is unknown whether patient barriers to enrollment and adherence are addressed by offering choice of program ...
Fridge Festival (Nov 2013)
(Glendon College Creative Writing and Dramatic Arts Program, 2013-11-08)
Archival file for the Glendon College production of Lionheart Productions' Fridge Festival. This play ran from November 8, 2013 to November 9, 2013.
Income-Assisted Single Mothers and Their Experiences with PTSD
The impact of trauma on the PTSD of income-assisted single mothers is not lessened depending on their area of residence. Instead, their experiences differ according to where they live.
Eating Disorders Are Experienced Differently According to Culture
Treatment and research must address difference in order to support racialized and ethnic women with eating disorders. For many, working on family relationships is essential. Family attitudes and actions impact the way many ...
The Impact of Media on the Development of Preschoolers
Children whose parents know more about children’s books and movies tended to have a better ability to understand what others are thinking and feeling. These children performed better on a series of tests than those with ...
CERIS- The Ontario Metropolis Centre: Knowledge Exchange
Research symposia held by CERIS - The Ontario Metropolis Centre were effective in promoting knowledge sharing between government, community organizations and universities. While the public sector creates policy, partnerships ...
Knight's Hill, 1985
Camp Flicek, Churchill, Manitoba
Knight's Hill, east edge of La Pérouse Bay, 1985.