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Theses/Dissertations from 2016
Scalar Short-Term Memory, Tyler D. Bancroft
The Influence of Freedom and Choice in Action Selection and the Valence of Action-outcomes on the Sense of Agency, Zeynep Barlas Wilfrid Laurier University
Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria Community Analysis: ISCO/ISB Coupled Remediation, Christopher K. Bartlett
Exploring Institutions, Governance and Collaboration for Regional Integration of Protected Areas in Québec, Windekind Buteau-Duitschaever Mr.
THE TALE OF SOULMATES OR A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE? TYING THE KNOT OF HUMAN RIGHTS WITH DEVELOPMENT AND ITS GOALS THROUGH DONOR PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS. THE CASE OF THE CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CIDA), Taguhi Dallakyan
EXAMINING QUALITY INDICATOR RATES FOR OLDER HOME CARE CLIENTS WITH DUAL SENSORY IMPAIRMENT (DSI) AND EXPLORING THE HETEROGENEITY WITHIN DSI., Jacob G S Davidson and Dawn M. Guthrie
NICKEL AND COPPER MIXTURE TOXICITY TO DAPHNIA IN SOFT WATER, Prachi Deshpande
Social Justice and Worker Cooperatives, Gurveer Shaan Dhillon
A Missing Link in the Ionoregulatory Strategy of Larval Sea Lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) and African Lungfish (Protopterus annectens): A Closer Look into the Role of the Non-gastric H+/K+-ATPase, Justine E. Doherty