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    • Landau-Kleffner Syndrome and Regressive Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Symptomatology Comparison 

      Drake, Ashley (2014)
      The different symptoms of Landau-Kleffner Syndrome and Regressive Autism Spectrum Disorder are compared, with particular attention to the overlap of symptoms. In addition, a subset of children with Regressive Autism Spectrum ...
    • Large Vestibular Aqueduct Syndrome: Associated Symptoms, Anomalies, and Management 

      Gartner, Alex (2014)
      Large Vestibular Aqueduct Syndrome (LVAS) is a congenital disorder in which the vestibular aqueduct is larger than normal. As a result, patients with LVAS experience a sudden and progressive sensorineural hearing loss in ...
    • Leaf Litter Quality in Adirondack Upland Streams: Managed vs. Preserve 

      Bombard, Victoria; Mihuc, Timothy; Jones, Jeffry; Fuller, Robert; Woodcock, Thomas (Scientia Discipulorum: SUNY Plattsburgh, 2008)
      Leaf litter quality has an important nutritional role in headwater streams. Since upland streams are relatively small (1st order and 2nd order streams) with a dense forest canopy, primary productivity from stream macrophytes ...
    • Let's talk about it: challenges in narrative-discourse skills for children who use AAC 

      Blais, Olivia (2019-05)
      Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices are used by individuals that are unable to successfully communicate with the use of speech or are used to supplement other forms of communication. Children who use ...
    • Letting the Trip Take Us: One Expedition, Four Different Journeys 

      Beckler, Jenn; Farnham, Maeghan; Stone, Aaron (2014)
      This Senior Expedition Proposal created and submitted by seniors Jenn Beckler, Maeghan Farnham and Aaron Stone, compiles the research and clarifies the intentions of our month-long rock climbing expedition in the Southeastern ...
    • Life in the Range of Light: Reaching New Heights 

      Friedland, Aaron (2014)
      The following expedition proposal created and submitted by myself, Aaron Friedland, with input from my expedition partner Aaron Stone, is a compilation of all the research, as well as a clarification of the intentions and ...
    • Locating Information Literacy within Institutional Oppression 

      Beatty, Joshua F. (In the Library with the Lead Pipe, 2013-09-24)
      The ACRL's draft Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education represents a chance to undo the neoliberal assumptions of earlier information literacy standards. Despite some positive changes, the language of the ...
    • Long-term and short-term effects of childhood hemispherectomies on language abilities 

      Richardson, Brooke A. (2019-05)
      Introduction: A cerebral hemispherectomy is a surgical procedure in which either the left or right hemisphere of the brain is completely removed, and is undergone as a result of intractable seizures. Methods: This ...
    • Long-term Impact of an Ice Storm and Restoration Cutting in a Rare Pine Barren 

      Ceradini, Joseph; Dame, Caitlin; Glidden, Brian; Hays, Daniel; Livensperger, Carolyn; Schiesser, Robert; Adams, Kenneth (Scientia Discipulorum: SUNY Plattsburgh, 2009)
      One of the more significant natural disturbances in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada in recent memory was the ice storm of January, 1998. In northern New York, thick accumulations of ice on tree ...
    • A Lyness equation for graphs 

      Northshield, Sam (Journal of Difference Equations and Applications, 2012)
      The Lyness equation, x(n+1)=(x(n)+k)/x(n-1), can be though of as an equation defined on the 2-regular tree T2: we can think of every vertex of T2 as a variable so that if x and z are the vertices adjacent to y, then x,y,z ...
    • Making Tacos, Saving Grades 

      Reichenbach, Blake (2014-09)
      Blake Reichenbach is a writing consultant at Bellarmine University's Writing Center. He delivers a witty monologue about the connections between working at a trendy Mexican restaurant and consulting a fellow student during ...
    • Male-to-Female Transgender Clients: Voice Assessment and Therapy 

      Peña, Naomy (2015)
      Male-to-Female transgender clients seeking voice feminization therapy are not considered having an organic voice disorder. Because the perception of their voice often does not align with their new identity it negatively ...
    • The Man I Never Knew 

      Cohen, Alice (2015)
      The atrocities of the Holocaust have left many without grandparents, husbands and wives, sons and daughters; generations were wiped out, cutting family trees short and memories to never be made. This poem is in honor of ...
    • Mannequin Renewal 

      Suphan, Jessica (2018)
      In a small, sheltered home of modern day United States, an older man named Josef paints those slaughtered in the Holocaust on mannequins. But his solitary passion is interrupted by a high schooler named Lydia; she bursts ...
    • Maternal Drug Abuse and Neonatal Hearing Impairment 

      McKenna, Michael (2015)
      Mothers who abuse legal and/or illicit drugs while pregnant harm not only themselves, but their unborn children as well. Of the many detriments caused to the developing fetus by maternal drug abuse, hearing impairments ...
    • A Measure of Mobile Technology Familiarity 

      Kelley, Steven (2015)
      Utilizing personal computer technology in the classrooms has been shown to have a positive impact on student classroom achievement (Butzin, 2001). Despite known gains, incorporation of technology into the classrooms is a ...
    • The Mekong River: An Expedition Proposal 

      Cooper, Garrett (2012)
    • Meme Essay 

      Simon, Jasper; Whealdon, Jordan; McGuinness, Miles; Thomas, Dan (2016)