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  • Campbell, Sarah Burns (2015-09-17)
    Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is associated with changes in relationship functioning, which are in turn hypothesized to influence the trajectory of PTSD symptoms. One focus of recent research is romantic partners' ...
  • Farmer, Antonina Savostyanova (2014-08)
    Dominant theoretical models of social anxiety disorder (SAD) suggest that people who suffer from function-impairing social fears are likely to react more strongly to interpersonal stressors. Researchers have examined the ...
  • Ceperley, Peter (2012-06-10)
    This animation illustrates the decay of a damped mass spring resonator.
  • Ford, Dan (2007-05-07)
    Reading by Dan Ford at George Mason University, September 29, 2006.
  • Auden, W. H. (Wystan Hugh), 1907-1973 (2002-12-18)
  • Federal Art Project, sponsor; Federal Theatre Project (U.S.), sponsor; United States. Work Projects Administration, sponsor (2002-12-18)
  • Federal Art Project, sponsor; Federal Theatre Project (U.S.), sponsor; United States. Work Projects Administration, sponsor (2002-12-18)
  • Reston Black Focus (George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & ArchivesGeorge Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives, )
  • Torres-Ortiz, Luis R. (2014-10-27)
    This document describes the investigative process of the dancer– audience relationship through the exploration of emotions as movements. I choreographed an eleven minute and forty seconds (11:40) dance piece called Bereave ...
  • Willingham, Kelsey J. V. (2009-12)
    This study uses key socioeconomic factors, which increase the risk of trafficking as identified in international literature.1 Research aimed to determine if a deviation in vulnerabilities exists between the IDP population ...
  • New York Times Herald, Paris (2009-08-21)
  • Woltman, Frederick (1997-04-07)
  • Unknown author (1997-05-07)
  • Donnelly, Leah; Fielding, Adam; Fisher, Veronica; Patton, Sarah; Vay, Robert; Burgess, Jo Ann (2008-11-11)
    Video produced by George Mason University Libraries' Special Collections & Archives staff with assistance from the Center for Public Choice. It was presented at the second lecture in the James M. Buchanan Lecture Series ...
  • Shelley, Louise I. (George Mason University Libraries, 2019-11-06)
    A recording of a Mason Author Series talk by Louise Shelley, author of "Dark Commerce: How a New Illicit Economy Is Threatening Our Future" (Princeton University Press, 2018). Professor Shelley is the Omer L. and Nancy ...
  • Barnes, Zachary
    In Sjomere, the last crumbling city of a far-future earth, the seer Aoife dreams of escaping her life as a slave. As the foretold day approaches, Aoife and her five-year-old son, Mika, a child born of rape, along with ...
  • Tague, Melanie
    A Darkroom is a poetic exploration of memory and loss within in a family unit. The backbone of this thesis is centered on a crown of sonnets that relies on film and innovation of the sonnet form to tell the story of the ...
  • Bagais, Wejdan H
    Presentation of machine learning (ML) model results plays an important role in decision makers’ trust and use. Yet, there has been little agreement on how information should be visualized to present models' evaluations. ...
  • Almutairi, Raghad; Godavarthi, Abhishek; Reddy Kotha, Arthi (2022-06-04)
    Credit card use is not always the best way to use for payments, but the most demonstrable payment mode is through the credit card for both offline as well as for online payments, which can result in deficit of funds. As ...
  • Kittisupakorn, Srisuda (2021-04-28)
    This research focused on how the quality of life affected in term of healthcare, education, and parent’s income. Data analyses review the difference percentage of children without attending school and parent’ s income ...

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