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