• Can the Texas Manufacturing Institute Operate Without State Appropriations? 

    Jarrett, James E.; Echeverri-Carroll, Elsie L.; Shrout, Lois (1997-12)
    This project was undertaken to evaluate whether the Texas Manufacturing Institute (TMI) could operate without state appropriated funds. This feasibility study focused on alternative funding sources available to the TMI in ...
  • Can those immersed in the group look beyond it? : links between identity fusion and group-related communication and guilt 

    Brooks, Matthew Logan (2012-05)
    Research on identity fusion (Swann, Gomez, Seyle, & Morales, 2009), a recent phenomenological approach to social identification, suggests that some people have a deep personal bond with a group that they belong to. Evidence ...
  • Can We Dissociate Contingency Learning from Social Learning in Word Acquisition by 24-Month-Olds? 

    Bannard, Colin; Tomasello, Michael (Public Library of Science, 2012-11-21)
    We compared 24-month-old children’s learning when their exposure to words came either in an interactive (coupled) context or in a nonsocial (decoupled) context. We measured the children’s learning with two different methods: ...
  • Can you handle this?: Motor activity, preference, and the body specificity hypothesis 

    Davison, Jordan Clea (2013-05)
    According to the Body-Specificity Hypothesis, experiences of habitual motor fluency cause people to associate positive valence with their dominant hand side and confer positive valence to items located on their dominant ...
  • Can't we all just get along? : responses toward ethnic advertising cues as indicators of an American black-brown divide or distinctiveness 

    Gooding, Velma A. R. (2008-08)
    This dissertation reviewed extant literature about McGuire’s distinctiveness theory, the Elaboration Likelihood Model of Persuasion, in-group bias theory, racial identity, race source effects, and cultural cues pertaining ...
  • CAN-NRC.DOC [Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Canada Testimony] 

    Nuclear Control Institute; Leventhal, Paul; Kuperman, Alan (1999-06-07)
  • CANADA SPEECH 6/91 

    Nuclear Control Institute; Leventhal, Paul (1991-06-20)
  • Cancer Alley and infant mortality : is there a correlation? 

    Kluber, Heidi Ellen (2011-12)
    This report explores issues surrounding health concerns in the State of Louisiana in the context of environmental justice. It provides a history of Cancer Alley, an area along the Mississippi River with disproportionately ...
  • Cancer bloggers' styles of humor while coping with cancer 

    Anderson, Allison Gray (2014-05)
    This study explores the use of humor among bloggers coping with cancer. Framed by health communication literature on stress and coping and literature on humor styles, I analyzed the use of humor by individuals coping with ...
  • Cancer Cell Migration: Integrated Roles of Matrix Mechanics and Transforming Potential 

    Baker, Erin L.; Srivastava, Jaya; Yu, Dihua; Bonnecaze, Roger T.; Zaman, Muhammad H. (Public Library of Science, 2011-05-27)
    Significant progress has been achieved toward elucidating the molecular mechanisms that underlie breast cancer progression; yet, much less is known about the associated cellular biophysical traits. To this end, we use ...
  • Cancer studies I 

    University of Texas (University of Texas, 1945-02-15)
    Table of contents. A broad approach to the cancer problem / by Roger J. Williams (p. [7]-12) -- Demonstration of a virus-like tumor agent by filtration and desiccation of materials from eggs bearing mouse mammary carcinoma ...
  • Cancer studies II 

    University of Texas (University of Texas, 1953-07-15)
    Table of Contents. Cancer etiology / Alfred Taylor (p. 1-12) -- The yolk sac method of cultivating tumor tissue in eggs / Alfred Taylor (p. 13-26) -- The use of embryonated eggs in cancer therapy experiments / Alfred Taylor ...
  • CANDELS Observations Of The Environmental Dependence Of The Color-Mass-Morphology Relation At Z=1.6 

    Bassett, Robert; Papovich, Casey; Lotz, Jennifer M.; Bell, Eric F.; Finkelstein, Steven L.; Newman, Jeffrey A.; Tran, Kim-Vy; Almaini, Omar; Lani, Caterina; Cooper, Michael; Croton, Darren; Dekel, Avishai; Ferguson, Henry C.; Kocevski, Dale D.; Koekemoer, Anton M.; Koo, David C.; McGrath, Elizabeth J.; McIntosh, Daniel H.; Wechsler, Risa (2013-06)
    We study the environmental dependence of color, stellar mass, and morphology by comparing galaxies in a forming cluster to those in the field at z = 1.6 with Hubble Space Telescope near-infrared imaging in the CANDELS/UDS ...
  • CANDELS Observations Of The Structural Properties Of Cluster Galaxies At Z=1.62 

    Papovich, Casey; Bassett, Robert; Lotz, Jennifer M.; van der Wel, A.; Tran, K. V.; Finkelstein, Steven L.; Bell, Eric F.; Conselice, Christopher J.; Dekel, Avishai; Dunlop, J. S.; Guo, Y. C.; Faber, S. M.; Farrah, D.; Ferguson, Henry C.; Finkelstein, Keely D.; Haussler, Boris; Kocevski, D. D.; Koekemoer, A. M.; Koo, D. C.; McGrath, E. J.; McLure, R. J.; McIntosh, Daniel H.; Momcheva, I.; Newman, Jeffrey A.; Rudnick, Gregory; Weiner, B.; Willmer, Christopher N. A.; Wuyts, S. (2012-05)
    We discuss the structural and morphological properties of galaxies in a z = 1.62 proto-cluster using near-IR imaging data from Hubble Space Telescope Wide Field Camera 3 data of the Cosmic Assembly Near-IR Deep Extragalactic ...
  • CANDELS: The Contribution Of The Observed Galaxy Population To Cosmic Reionization 

    Finkelstein, Steven L.; Papovich, Casey; Ryan, Russell E.; Pawlik, Andreas H.; Dickinson, Mark; Ferguson, Henry C.; Finlator, Kristian; Koekemoer, Anton M.; Giavalisco, Mauro; Cooray, Asantha; Dunlop, James S.; Faber, Sandy M.; Grogin, Norman A.; Kocevski, Dale D.; Newman, Jeffrey A. (2012-10)
    We present measurements of the specific ultraviolet luminosity density from a sample of 483 galaxies at 6 less than or similar to z less than or similar to 8. These galaxies were selected from new deep near-infrared Hubble ...
  • CANDELS: The Evolution Of Galaxy Rest-Frame Ultraviolet Colors From Z=8 To 4 

    Finkelstein, Steven L.; Papovich, Casey; Salmon, Brett; Finlator, Kristian; Dickinson, Mark; Ferguson, Henry C.; Giavalisco, Mauro; Koekemoer, Anton M.; Reddy, Naveen A.; Bassett, Robert; Conselice, Christopher J.; Dunlop, James S.; Faber, S. M.; Grogin, Norman A.; Hathi, Nimish P.; Kocevski, Dale D.; Lai, Kamson; Lee, Kyoung-Soo; McLure, Ross J.; Mobasher, Bahram; Newman, Jeffrey A. (2012-09)
    We study the evolution of galaxy rest-frame ultraviolet (UV) colors in the epoch 4 less than or similar to z less than or similar to 8. We use new wide-field near-infrared data in the Great Observatories Origins Deep ...
  • A Candidate Detection of the First Hydrostatic Core 

    Enoch, Melissa L.; Lee, Jeong-Eun; Harvey, Paul; Dunham, Michael M.; Schnee, Scott (2010-10)
    The first hydrostatic core (FHSC) represents a very early phase in the low-mass star Formation process, after collapse of the parent core has begun but before a true protostar has formed. This large (few AU), cool (100 K), ...
  • A Candidate Dual Active Galactic Nucleus At Z=1.175 

    Barrows, R. Scott; Stern, Daniel; Madsen, Kristin; Harrison, Fiona; Assef, Roberto J.; Comerford, Julia M.; Cushing, Michael C.; Fassnacht, Christopher D.; Gonzalez, Anthony H.; Griffith, Roger; Hickox, Ryan; Kirkpatrick, J. Davy; Lagattuta, David J. (2012-01)
    The X-ray source CXOXBJ142607.6+353351 (CXOJ1426+35), which was identified in a 172 ks Chandra image in the Bootes field, shows double-peaked rest-frame optical/UV emission lines, separated by 0.''69 (5.5 kpc) in the spatial ...
  • The Candidate Intermediate-Mass Black Hole In The Globular Cluster M54 

    Wrobel, J. M.; Greene, J. E.; Ho, L. C. (2011-10)
    Ibata et al. reported evidence for density and kinematic cusps in the Galactic globular cluster M54, possibly due to the presence of a 9400 M-circle dot black hole. Radiative signatures of accretion onto M54's candidate ...
  • Candidate-centered voting and political sophistication in Brazil 2002 

    Slosar, Mary Catherine (2009-12)
    More and more, elections around the world seem to be won or lost on the basis of the candidates’ personal qualities rather than their policies. Despite its prevalence and consequences, we still know very little about what ...