Emporia State University, Kansas
|Lauren R. Shapiro||The effects of question type and eyewitness temperament on accuracy and quantity of recall for a simulated misdemeanor crime||Jon Vopata, James S. Aber and Volli Kalm
||Patterned ground in the Culebra Range, southern Colorado
||Waseem Afzal ||An argument for the increased use of qualitative research in LIS
||Jonathan J. Cole ||The Congo question: Conflicting visions of independence ||Upton Dabney and Mike Butler ||The predictive ability of the YMCA Test and Bruce Test for triathletes with different training backgrounds ||38-44|
|Kyle Scott||Testing Schattschneider’s theory of how party competition affects policy: A state level analysis||Kelby Harrell, James S. Aber, and Richard O. Sleezer
||Ross Natural History Reservation: Six decades of changing land cover and management documented by aerial photography
||Gwen Carnes and Nancy Albrecht
||Academic and social-emotional effects of full-day kindergarten: The benefits of time
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