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    Perceived progress, affect, and intensity : the role of approach-avoidance temperament and optimism in job search [1]
    A phenomenological study of the relationship between deaf students in higher education and their sign language interpreters [1]
    Photoacoustic detection of circulating tumor cells [1]
    Physiological responses of adipose tissue to different models of physical activity and inactivity [1]
    Plasmonic Au nanostructures for surface-enhanced raman spectroscopy [1]
    Plasticity in lateral amygdala after Pavlovian fear conditioning-a computational study [1]
    A policy analysis of Missouri's performance based teacher evaluation pilot [1]
    Poor media, rich democracy : how economics and technology affect construction of news processes [1]
    Predator diversity impacts herbivore abundance and behavior with cascading effects on the prevalence of a vector-borne plant pathogen [1]
    Preservice elementary teachers' initial and post-course views of mathematical arguments: an interpretative phenomenological analysis [1]
    Producing the American zombie film: a sociological understanding of the genesis and evolution of a genre [1]
    Program evaluation of the character [1]
    A program evaluation of the character education program at a junior high school in Saint Louis County [1]
    Project ARCHES : an evaluation of a modified family check-up intervention in an assessment setting [1]
    Pupillary Light Reflex Deficits in a Canine Model of Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis and the Effects of Enzyme Replacement Therapy [1]
    Pupillary light reflex in children with autism spectrum disorders [1]
    The race-based school assignment policy response to Parents Involved v. Seattle schools by 125 districts from the Civil Rights Commission's 1987 meta study on the effects of desegregation [1]
    Reacculturation of college freshmen in a freshmen orientation course [1]
    Regulation of positive emotions in youth : relations with affect and depression [1]
    The relationship between ethnic identity, perceived acceptance, and sociocultural adjustment of African students in the US [1]