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1) “Acuff, TX”; “Bayside, TX”; “Copano, TX”; “Johnston, Eliza Griffin”; “Minute Women of the U.S.A.” (this essay was reprinted in The Portable Handbook of Texas, 2000); “Neblett, Elizabeth Scott”; and “Nuestra Senoria Del Refugio Mission” in New Handbook of Texas, Texas State Historical Society (1996).
2) Augustine, E., & Jones, S. (March, 2007). Early word learning affects later alphabet learning via its effects on shape perception. Presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Child Development, Boston, MA.
3) “The (Non)Performance of Kiplinger’s Expert Recommendations" with R. Borghesi, Journal of Applied Business Research (July/August 2010).
4) "'The Play's the Thing': Theatre as a Unifying Force in Age Studies." International Journal of Ageing and Later Life. Under review.
5) "'The Play's the Thing': Theatre as a Unifying Force in Age Studies." International Journal of Ageing and Later Life. Under review.
6) 'A Topic about Teaching GEN Y Networking Skills.’ Submitted to Bentham Open Access Journal December 2013.
7) 2007 – 2011 – Le Cordon Bleu College On-ground Subject Matter Expert Created Weekly Activities, Lesson Plans, Assessments and class content for: LCBM 320, LCBM 430, LCBC 230, LCBC 240, LCBM 330
8) 2009 – Le Cordon Bleu College Online Subject Matter Expert – Hospitality Curriculum for Event Planning Online Course LCBM 430 – Created Weekly Activities, Lesson Plans, Assessments and Overall Content Student Portal Viewpoint Working with Forums Live Chat Set Up
9) 2012 – Contributor to Dr. John Walker’s text: The Restaurant: from Concept to Operation 6th Ed, John Wiley & Sons. (2013)
10) Agarwal, A. and Jayaraman, V., "Scheduling to Minimize Penalties for Suppliers in Integrated Supply Chains," International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management, 2010, 19 (1/2), 68-81.
11) Agarwal, A., Colak, S. and Erenguc, S.S., “Metaheuristic Methods for the Resource Constrained Project Scheduling Problem,” Invited Chapter in: Handbook on Project Management and Scheduling, Volume 1, Schwindt, C. and Zimmermann, J. (eds) Springer, (2015), 57-76.
12) Agarwal, A., Colak, S., and Deane, J., "NeuroGenetic Approach for Combinatorial Optimization: An Exploratory Analysis," Annals of Operations Research, 2010, 174(1),185-199.
13) Agarwal, A., Colak, S., and Erenguc, S.S., “A Neurogenetic Approach for the Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling Problem,” Computers and Operations Research, 2011, 38(1), 44-50.
14) Agarwal, A., Ramamoorti, S. and Jayaraman, V., “Decision Support Systems for Strategic Conflict Resolution,” International Journal of Management Information Systems, 2011, 15(4), 13-30.
15) Agarwal, A.,Colak, S., Deane, J. and Rakes, T., “The Task Scheduling Problem: A NeuroGenetic Approach,” Journal of Business and Economics Research, 2014, 12(4), 327-334.
16) Akhavan, P. Rajabion, L. Nabizadeh, M. (in press). Model for knowledge management at the national level, using grounded theory and fuzzy DEMATEL (Decision-MAking Trial and Evaluation Laboratory). Submitted to VINE: The journal of information and knowledge management systems (Emerald).
17) Alex R. Piquero, Francis T. Cullen, James D. Unnever, Nicole L. Piquero, and Jill Gordon (2010). "Never Too Late: Public Optimism about Juvenile Rehabilitation." Punishment and Society 12:187-207.
18) Ali Sanayei & Lila Rajabion. E-collaboration and E-commerce. E-commerce in developing countries. Eplis Press, 2010
19) Altwerger, B., Arya, P., Laster, B., Jin, L., Martens, P., Jordan, N., Wilson, G.P., Wiltz N. (2004). When research and mandates collide: The challenges and dilemmas of teacher education in the era of NCLB. English Education, 36(2), 119-133.
20) Annaraud, K. (2006). A Comparison of Skills Necessary for Successful Careers for American and Russian Hospitality Students Upon Graduation. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education, 18(4), 33-44.
21) Annaraud, K. (2007). Accounting in Russia: Challenges for the Hospitality Stakeholders”. Journal of Hospitality Financial Management 15 (2)
22) Annaraud, K. (2007). Restaurant Menu Analysis: Can we go further? The article will appear in Journal of Food Service Business Research 10 (4).
23) Annaraud, K. (2007). Restaurant Menu Analysis: Can we go further? The article will appear in Journal of Food Service Business Research 10 (4).
24) Annaraud, K., Chang, D. Y. SAS 112 and the Private Club Industry. Submitted to Journal of Hospitality Financial Management
25) Arya, P., Martens, P., Wilson, G. P., Altwerger, B., Jin, L., Laster, B., et al. (2005). Reclaiming literacy instruction: Evidence in support of literature-based programs. Language Arts, 83(1), 63-72.
26) Arya, P., Wilson, G.P., & Martens, P. (2009). We-e-el-l or We'll: Children negotiating orthographic features of A Letter to Amy. The Reading Teacher, 63(3), pp. 224-234
27) Atadil, H. A., Berezina, K., Yilmaz, B. S., & Cobanoglu, C. (2012). An Analysis of the Usage of Facebook and Twitter as a Marketing Tool in Hotels. Dokuz Eylül University Journal of Faculty of Business, 11(2), p. 119-125.
28) Augustine, E. (April, 2012) Children’s object recognition: The use of part-shape and part- relation information. To be presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Oklahoma City, OK.
29) Augustine, E. (March, 2010). Children’s ability to use part-shapes and part-relations in object categorization. Presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Baltimore, MD.
30) Augustine, E., & Jones, S. (April, 2008). Children attend to part-shapes and part-relations in object categorization. Presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Vancouver, Canada.
31) Augustine, E., Smith, L.B., & Jones, S.S. (2011). Parts and relations in young children’s shape-based object recognition. Journal of Cognition and Development, 12(4), 556-572.
32) Authored booklet From Log Cabin to High Rise: The Washington County Courthouse, 1849-1988, Washington County, Oregon (1988).
33) Automatic Self-Verification of Switch Data With PRL5 ISS '96
34) Badanich, K.A. & Kirstein, C.L. (2004). Nicotine administration significantly alters accumbal dopamine in the adult but not in the adolescent rat. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,1021: 410-417.
35) Badanich, K.A., Adler, K.J., & Kirstein, C.L. (2006). Adolescents differ from adults in cocaine conditioned place preference and cocaine-induced dopamine in the nucleus accumbens septi. European Journal of Pharmacology, 550, 95-106.
36) Badanich, K.A., Becker, H.C., Woodward, J.J. (2011) Effects of chronic intermittent ethanol exposure on orbitofrontal and medial prefrontal cortex-dependent behaviors in mice. Behavioral Neuroscience, 125 (6): 879-891.
37) Badanich, K.A., Doremus-Fitzwater, T.L., Mulholland, P.J., Randall, P.K., Delpire, E., Becker, H.C. (2011) NR2B-deficient mice are more sensitive to the locomotor stimulant and depressant effects of ethanol. Genes, Brain, and Behavior, 10(7): 805-16.
38) Badanich, K.A., Maldonado, A.M., Kirstein, C.L. (2007) Chronic ethanol exposure during adolescence increases basal dopamine in the nucleus accumbens septi during adulthood. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 31(5): 895-900.
39) Badanich, K.A., Maldonado, A.M., Kirstein, C.L. (2008) Early adolescents show enhanced acute cocaine- induced locomotor activity in comparison to late adolescent and adult rats. Developmental Psychobiology, 50: 127-133.
40) Badanich, K.A., Mulholland, P.J., Beckley, J.T., Trantham-Davidson, H., Woodward, J.J. (2013) Ethanol Reduces Neuronal Excitability of Lateral Orbitofrontal Cortex Neurons Via a Glycine Receptor Dependent Mechanism. Neuropsychopharmacology.
41) Badanich, K.A., and Kirstein, C.L. (2012) Cocaine-Induced Reinstatement of a Conditioned Place Preference in Developing Rats: Involvement of the D2 Receptor Brain Sciences, 2(4): 573-588.
42) Bae, Sung, Kiyoung Chang, Hoje Jo, 2013, “Long-Run Stock and Operating Performance of Underwriter Warrants: Evidence from Seasoned Equity Offerings”, International Review of Finance 13, 473-501
43) Bae, Sung, Kiyoung Chang, and Doseong Kim, 2013, "Determinants of Target Selection and Acquirer Returns: Evidence from Cross-Border Acquisitions", International Review of Economics and Finance 27, 552-565
44) Beck, B.L., & Toler, S. (2009). The criminalization of youth misconduct. A report prepared for the Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County.
45) Benowitz, J. (2009) “Reading, Writing and Radicalism: Right-Wing Women and Education in the Post-War Years,” History of Education Quarterly (Vol. 49, No. 1, February 2009)
46) Berezina, K. (2010). Top Issues in PCI DSS Compliance in Hotels: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology, 1(3), p. 218-233.
47) Berezina, K., & Cobanoglu, C. (2010). A Financial Analysis of Payment Card Industry Compliance Journey of a Hotel: A Case Study. Journal of Hospitality Financial Management, 18(2), p. 1-23.
48) Berezina, K., Cobanoglu, C., Miller, B.L., & Kwansa, F.A. (2012). The Impact of Information Security Breach on Hotel Guest Perception of Service Quality, Satisfaction, Revisit Intentions and Word-of-Mouth. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 24(7), p. 991 – 1010.
49) Besic, J., & McBrien, J. L. (2012). Crossing international and research boundaries: From subject to author for an authentic refugee portrait. International Scholarly Research Network (IRSN) Education Journal, Vol 2012, Article ID 830938.
50) Bilgihan, A., Berezina, K., Cobanoglu, C., & Okumus, F. (In press). The Information Technology (IT) Skills of Hospitality School Graduates as Perceived by Hospitality Professionals. Journal of Teaching in Travel and Tourism.
51) Black, K. Substance Abuse and Older Adults. Submitted to W. Bridgewater, MA: S.C. Publishing, Inc.
52) Black, K. & Dobbs, D. J. (2014). Community-dwelling Older Adults’ Perceptions of Dignity: Core Meanings, Supports, Challenges, and Opportunities. Ageing & Society, 34(8).1292-1313.
53) Black, K. & Dobbs, D. J. (in press). Community-dwelling Older Adults’ Perceptions of Dignity: Core Meanings, Supports, Challenges, and Opportunities. Ageing & Society.
54) Black, K. & Ziemba, N. (in press). Engaging students through gerontological research. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education.
55) Black, K. (2014) Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Neurocognitive Disorders: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management. W. Bridgewater, MA: S.C. Publishing, Inc.
56) Black, K. (2014) Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Neurocognitive Disorders: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management. W. Bridgewater, MA: S.C. Publishing, Inc.
57) Black, K. (2014). Depression among Older Adults. W. Bridgewater, MA: S.C. Publishing, Inc.
58) Black, K. (2014). Depression among Older Adults. W. Bridgewater, MA: S.C. Publishing, Inc.
59) Black, K. (2014). Establishing Empirically-informed Practice with Cargeivers: Findings from the CARES Program. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 57(6-7), 585-601.
60) Black, K. (2014). Multidimensional Health Assessment of the Older Adult. W. Bridgewater, MA: S.C. Publishing, Inc.
61) Black, K. (2014). Multidimensional Health Assessment of the Older Adult. W. Bridgewater, MA: S.C. Publishing, Inc.
62) Black, K. (2014). Neurocognitive Impairment among Older Adults: Differential Diagnosis and Assessment of Delirium, Dementia, and Depression. W. Bridgewater, MA: S.C. Publishing, Inc.
63) Black, K. (in press). Establishing Empirically-informed Practice with Cargeivers: Findings from the CARES Program. Journal of Gerontological Social Work.
64) Black, K. (in press). Heart, Home, and Aging: An Everlasting Lesson. Educational Gerontology.
65) Black, K. (in press). Heart, Home, and Aging: An Everlasting Lesson. Educational Gerontology.
66) Black, K., & Dobbs, D.J. (in press). What Matters Most to Community-dwelling Older Adults: An Exploratory Inquiry. Activities, Adaptation & Aging.
67) Black, K., & Ziemba, N. (in press). Engaging students through gerontological research. Journal of Gerontology and Geriatrics Education.
68) Black, K., Dobbs, D.J., & Young, T. (in press). Aging in Community: Mobilizing a New Paradigm of Older Adults as a Core Social Resource. Journal of Applied Gerontology.
69) Black, K., Dobbs, D.J., & Young, T. (in press). Aging in Community: Mobilizing a New Paradigm of Older Adults as a Core Social Resource. Journal of Applied Gerontology.
70) Blasik, S., Berezina, K., Jakotowicz, R., & DeMicco, F.J. (2011). Economic Indicator Research Using Thomson Reuters: Analyzing Hospitality Trends. Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 14(3), p. 226-240.
71) Book chapter, “Social Attitudes,” in Handbook to Life in America, Book 5, Facts on File, Inc. (2009)
72) Book chapter, “Transportation,” in Handbook to Life in America, Book 1, Facts on File, Inc. (2009)
73) Book chapter, “Women, Gender Activism, and Public Policy,” Oxford Handbook on the New Deal (forthcoming).
74) Book review of Aviva Weingarten’s Jewish Organizations’ [sic] Response to Communism and to Senator McCarthy in American Jewish History, Vol. 94, No. 3, September 2008.
75) Book review of Jonathan Daniel Wells and Sheila R. Phipps, editors, Entering the Fray: Gender, Politics, and Culture in the New South, in The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, Vol. 107, No. 4, Autumn, 2009.
76) Borghesi, Richard and Kiyoung Chang, 2014, "The Determinants of Effective Corporate Lobbying", Journal of Economics and Finance, forthcoming, DOI: 10.1007/s12197-014-9287-1
77) Borghesi, Richard and Kiyoung Chang, 2015. The Determinants of Effective Corporate Lobbying, Journal of Economics and Finance 39(3), 606-624.
78) Borghesi, Richard and Tom Pencek, (2010). "The (Non)Performance of Kiplinger’s Expert Recommendations", Journal of Applied Business Research 26(4), 47-54.
79) Borghesi, Richard and Tom Pencek, (2011). "The Value of SmartMoney’s Stock Recommendations", Applied Economics Letters 18(10), 949-953.
80) Borghesi, Richard and Tom Pencek, 2013. Predicting First-Year Returns of Health Care IPOs, The Journal of Applied Business Research 29(3), 877-884.
81) Borghesi, Richard and Tom Pencek, 2013. Predicting First-Year Returns of Health Care IPOs, The Journal of Applied Business Research 29(3), 877-884.
82) Borghesi, Richard and Tom Pencek, 2013. Predicting First-Year Returns of Health Care IPOs, The Journal of Applied Business Research 29(3), 877-884.
83) Borghesi, Richard and William Dare, (2009). "A Test of Widespread-Point-Shaving Theory", Finance Research Letters 6(3), 115-121.
84) Borghesi, Richard, (2009). "The Effect of Contract Structure on Prediction Market Price Biases", The Journal of Prediction Markets, 3(3), 1-12.
85) Borghesi, Richard, (2009)."An Examination of Prediction Market Efficiency: NBA Contracts on Tradesports", The Journal of Prediction Markets 3(2), 65-77.
86) Borghesi, Richard, (2011), "Price Biases and Contract Design: Lessons from Tradesports," in Leighton Vaughan Williams (ed.), Prediction Markets, (London: Routledge).
87) Borghesi, Richard, 2012. The Implications of an RFL Bias in a Prediction Market, The Journal of Prediction Markets 6(2), 12-21.
88) Borghesi, Richard, 2013. Can Prediction Markets Mitigate Price Biases? The Journal of Prediction Markets 7(1), 1-12.
89) Borghesi, Richard, 2014. The Impact of the Disposition Effect on Asset Prices: Insight from the NBA, Journal of Economics and Finance 38(4), 698-711.
90) Borghesi, Richard, Joel Houston, and Andy Naranjo, 2014. Corporate Socially Responsible Investments: CEO Altruism, Reputation, and Shareholder Interests, Journal of Corporate Finance 26, 164-181.
91) Borghesi, Richard, Katerina Annaraud, and Dipendra Singh, 2015. Are Hospitality Industry IPO Stock Returns Predictable?, International Journal of Hospitality Management 44, 23-27.
92) Borghesi, Richard, Kiyoung Chang, and Jamshid Mehran. Simultaneous Board and CEO Diversity: Does it Increase Firm Value?, Applied Economics Letters, forthcoming.
93) Borghesi, Richard, Rodney Paul, and Andrew Weinbach, (2009). "Market Frictions and Overpriced Favorites: Evidence from Arena Football", Applied Financial Economics Letters, 16(9), 903-906.
94) Borghesi, Richard, Rodney Paul, and Andrew Weinbach, (2010). "Totals Markets as Evidence Against Widespread Point Shaving", The Journal of Prediction Markets 4(2), 15-22.
95) Brady, S., Miserendino, R., Statkus, D., Springer, T., Hakel, M., & Stambolis, V. (2004). Predictors to dysphagia and recovery after cervical spinal cord injury during acute rehabilitation. The Journal of Applied Research 4, 1-11.
96) Byrd-Blake, M. & Olivieri, B. S. (2014). Measuring teacher cultural competence. International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities. 8(1).
97) Byrd-Blake, M. & Hundley, E. (2012). Promoting teacher development in a Racially / Ethnically, Socioeconomically, Linguistically and Academically Diverse School: A USA Case Study. Professional Development in Education Journal. 38(4) 551-570.
98) Byrd-Blake, M. & McNeaL, L. (2005). Abraham Maslow - Self Actualization Theory. Chapter in the Sage Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration.
99) Byrd-Blake, M. & Oliveri, B. S. (2009). Operation 2014: Developing Culturally Competent Teachers for a Diverse Society. Florida Association of Teacher Educators Journal.1(9), 1-23 http://www.fate1.org/journals/2009/byrd-blake.pdf
100) Byrd-Blake, M. (2007). The M.I.C.E. Process: A remedy for women faculty experiencing quadruple jeopardy. Advancing Women in Leadership On-Line Journal. Summer 2007 McNeal, L. & Byrd-Blake, M. (2005). Council of Great City Schools. Chapter in the Sage Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration.
101) Byrd-Blake, M. (2011). Ethnicity, race and culture: A case for cultural competence. Chapter in Carr, J., Fauske, J. & Jones, P. Leading for Inclusion: How schools can build on the strengths of ALL learners. New York: Teachers College Press
102) Byrd-Blake, M., Afolayan, M., Hunt, J. W., Fabumni, M., Leander, R., Pryor, B. & Aboro, P. (2010). Morale of teachers in urban schools: A post NCLB mixed methods analysis. Education and Urban Society, 42, 450-472.
103) Byrd-Blake, M., Hunt, J., Afolayan M. O., & Leander, R. (2009). (submitted for review). The Impact of the No Child Behind Act on Urban Schools: A Review of the Literature. Multicultural Learning and Teaching
104) Carr, J., Fauske, J., & Rushton, S. (2008). Teaching and leading from the inside out: A model for reflection, exploration and action. Oakview, CA: Corwin Press.
105) Carter, N.T., Kotrba, L., Diab, D.L., Lin, B.C., Pui, S.-Y., Lake, C.J., Gillespie, M.A., Zickar, M.J, & Chao, A. (2012). A comparison of a subjective and statistical method for establishing score comparability in an organizational culture survey. Journal of Business and Psychology, 27(4), 451-466
106) Catlow, B.J., Badanich, K.A., Sponaugle, A.E., Rowe, A.R., Song, S., Rafalovich, I., Sava, V., Kirstein, C.L., Sanchez-Ramos, J. (2010) Effects of MDMA ("ecstasy") during adolescence on place conditioning and hippocampal neurogenesis. European Journal of Pharmacology, 628(1-3): 96-103.
107) Chang, D. Y. & Annaraud, K. (2008). Service quality evaluation and multiattribute attitude measurement: The case of a chain steakhouse in Taiwan. Advances in Hospitality & Leisure, 4
108) Chang, Kiyoung and Abbas Noorbakhsh, 2009, “Does National Culture Affect International Corporate Cash Holdings?” Journal of Multinational Financial Management 19, 323-342 (leading article in the issue)
109) Chang, Kiyoung, Dong-Kyoon Kim, and Haiyan Yin, 2013, " Does globalization increase bank efficiency as measured by net interest margin?", Journal of International Finance and Economics 13, 154-158
110) Chang, Kiyoung, Eun Kang , and Ying Li, 2014, “Local Long-term Institutions, Growth, and Cash Holdings”, Applied Economics Letters 21, No. 6, 387-390
111) Chang, Kiyoung, Ha-Chin Yi, and Yewmun Yip, 2012, “Effects of Cultural Difference on Cross Country Mergers and Acquisitions”, forthcoming, Global Business and Finance Review 17, Issue 2, 121-136
112) Chang, Kiyoung, Incheol Kim, and Ying Li, 2013, “The Heterogeneous Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility Activities That Target Different Stakeholders”, Journal of Business Ethics, forthcoming, DOI10.1007/s10551-013-1895-8
113) Chang, Kiyoung, Jung-Bum Wee, and Ha-Chin Yi, 2012, “Does National Culture Influence the Firm’s Choice of Debt Maturity?”, Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies 41, Issue 4, 424-457
114) Chang, Kiyoung, Yong-Cheol Kim and Yewmun Yip, 2009, “Size Effect and Corporate Governance in Cross-Border M&As”, Global Business and Finance review 14, Spring, 23-35
115) Chang, Kiyoung, Yong-Cheol Kim, Young Sang Kim, and John H. Thornton Jr., 2012, “Unintended Regulatory Consequences: Evidence from the Korean IPOs”, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal 20, 292-309
116) Chang, Kiyoung, Yong-Cheol Kim, and Hyeongsop Shim, 2013, “Weak firms follow strong firms in hot IPO markets”, Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies 42, 76-108
117) Chari, Murali D.R. and Kiyoung Chang, 2009, “Determinants of the Share of the Equity Sought in Cross-Border Acquisitions”, Journal of International Business Studies 40, 1277-1297
118) Cobanoglu, C. & Berezina, K. (2013). Pacific Rim Bangkok Hotel needs a new Property Management System. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Cases, 2(1).
119) Cobanoglu, C., & Berezina, K. (2011). The Impact of the Use of Blogs on Students’ Assignment Engagement. The Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education, 10(1), p. 99-105.
120) Cobanoglu, C., Berezina, K., Kasavana, M., & Erdem, M. (2011). The Impact of Technology Amenities on Hotel Guest Overall Satisfaction. Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality and Tourism, 12(4), p. 272-288.
121) Cobanoglu, C., Bilgihan, A., Nusair, K. & Berezina, K. (2012). The impact of Wi-Fi service in restaurants on customers’ likelihood of return to a restaurant. Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 15 (3), p. 285-299.
122) Craft Terminal. Vol. 6 of D50 Documentation. Nokia Networks, 2000.
123) Curcio, C. C., Mathai, C., & Roberts, J. (2003). Evaluation of a school district's secondary education counseling curriculum: A qualitative study. The Professional School Counselor, (23), 78-83.
124) Curran James M. and Deborah E. Rosen (2006), “Student Attitudes toward College Courses: An Examination of Influences and Intentions,” Journal of Marketing Education, 28 (2), 135-148.
125) Curran James M. and Matthew L. Meuter (2007), “Encouraging Customer Adoption of Self-Service Technologies: Put a Little Fun in Their Lives,” Journal of Marketing Theory & Practice, 15 (4), 283-298.
126) Curran, James M. and Brian C. Healy (Forthcoming), “The Loyalty Continuum: Differentiating between Stages of Loyalty Development,” Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice.
127) Curran, James M. and Matthew L. Meuter, (2005) "Self-Service Technology Adoption: Comparing Three Technologies," Journal of Services Marketing, 19 (2), 103-113.
128) Curran, James M. and Ron Lennon (2011), “Participating in the Conversation: Exploring Usage of Social Media Networking Sites,” Academy of Marketing Studies Journal, 15 (1), 21-38.
129) Curran, James M. and Ron Lennon (2013), "Comparing Younger and Older Social Network Users: An Examination of Attitudes and Intentions," The Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge, 19 (1), 28-37.
130) Curran, James M., Matthew L. Meuter, and Carol F. Surprenant (2003), “Intentions to Use Self-Service Technologies: A Confluence of Multiple Attitudes,” Journal of Service Research, 5 (3), 209-224.
131) Curran, James M., Sajeev Varki, and Deborah E. Rosen (2010), “Loyalty and Its Antecedents: Are the Relationships Static?” Journal of Relationship Marketing, 9 (4), 179-199.
132) Damon, W., Menon, J. & Bronk, K. C. (2003). The development of purpose during adolescence. Applied Developmental Science, 7(3), 119-128.
133) Davidson, W. (2001) Business Writing: What Works, What Won't, the revised edition. New York: St. Martin's Press
134) Davidson, W. (May 2005) “How to Strengthen your Core,” Gulf Coast Healthy Living.
135) Davidson, W. and Dougherty, J. (2004). Most Likely to Succeed at Work: How to get Ahead Using Everything you Learned in High School". St. Martin’s Press.
136) Davidson, W. and Easter, Richard (July 2011). "Wax What’s Dull and Polish What Shines: Tips for Writing the Performance Review", online at The Journal of Accountancy
137) Davis, C., Hughes, L., Sloan, M. M., Tang, C., & MacMaster, S. (2009). HIV/AIDS knowledge, sexual activity and safer sex practices among female students in Hong Kong, Australia, and the United States. Journal of HIV/AIDS and Social Services, 8(4), 414-429.
138) Davis, C., Sloan, M. M., & Tang, C. (2011). Role occupancy, quality, and psychological distress among Caucasian and African American women. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 26(1), 72-82.
139) Deane, J., Rakes, T. and Agarwal, A., "Designing Content Distribution Networks for Optimal Cost and Performance,” Information Technology and Management, 2012, 13(1), 1-15.
140) Deane, J., and Agarwal, A, “Scheduling Online Advertisements to Maximize Revenue Under Variable Display Frequency,” OMEGA, The International Journal of Management Science, 2012, 40(5), 562-570.
141) Deane,J. and Agarwal, A., “Neural,Genetic and Neurogenetic Approaches For Solving the 0-1 Multidimensional Knapsack Problem,”International Journal of Management Information Systems, 2013, 17(1), 43-54.
142) Deane,J. and Agarwal, A., “Scheduling Online Advertisements to Maximize Revenue under Non-Linear Pricing,”Journal of Computer Information Systems, 2013, 53(2), 85-92
143) Design Studio User Guide. Pentaho Corporation, 2008.
144) Discrete Mathematics Seminar, USF, April 21, 2014. ‘Coradjacent Edge Fundamental Transversals.’
145) Dobkins, D. H. & Roberts, J., (2003). Age, gender, and locus of control as determinants of health communication style preference. Multicultural Communication, (30), 50-56.
146) Dobkins, D. H., & Roberts, J. (2001). Health experiences of international students: An examination of autonomy and personal agency in healthcare. Multicultural Communication.
147) Dr. Byrd’s current scholarship centers on the extensive topic of research-based best practices that foster academic, social and emotional student success in socioeconomically, racially/ethnically and culturally diverse schools. She focuses a particular lens on national, state and local attempts to narrow the divide between theory and practice when analyzing the continuous widening of the academic achievement gap. Other areas of research include analyzing effective instruction through an exploration of such concepts as culturally responsive teaching and cultural competence professional development training, documentation of the challenges of teaching in high poverty schools in a standards-based society, researching best practices of current master teachers, and proposing programs and professional development models to facilitate positive and productive school learning communities. Dr. Byrd also directs attention to the need for a paradigm shift to engage teachers in continuous, long-term professional development centered on culturally responsive instruction to meet the needs of today’s diverse student population while embracing the data-driven accountability, standards-based educational movement.
148) Dr. Duncan’s research publications and conference presentations involve the lived experiences of culturally and linguistically diverse families raising a child with Autism, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and the self-efficacy of pre-service teachers.
149) Dr. Kosten has a strong interest in research to improve academic achievement of children in literacy through the integration of the arts
150) Dr. Vershawn Young interviewed Dr. Unnever for New Books in African American Studies in reference to his book A Theory of African American Offending. A link to this interview is now available at the http://newbooksinafroamstudies.com/ web address.
151) Duke, D., & Reck, B. (2003). The evolution of educational accountability in the old dominion in D. Duke, Tucker, P., Grogan, M., & Heinecke, W. (eds.), Educational leadership in an age of accountability, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
152) Edwards, J. D., Ruva, C. L., O’Brien, J. L., Haley, C. B., Lister, J. J. (2013). An examination of mediators of the transfer of cognition speed of processing training to everyday functional performance. Psychology and Aging, 28, 314-321. doi: 10.1037/a0030474
153) Egley, R., Reck, B. & Fields, L. (2003). Valuable Asset or Cheap Labor: The Adjunct Professor. Invited article. AASA Professor-Special Edition-"The Adjunct Professor". V26, N1.
154) Electron distribution and nonlinear wave propagation in weakly ionized plasmas with inelastic collisions Int. J. Electronics: 1973, 35 825-832
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299) Roberts, J. & Blieszner, R. (2007). Infusion of gerontology content: An ethical imperative. The Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 12, 129-140.
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302) Roberts, J. (2001). Cultural issues in end-of-life decision-making, book reviewed for the Journal of Women and Aging, Vol. 13, 36.
303) Roberts, J. (2007). Age Bias in Social Work Practitioners: Implications for Program Managers. Indian Journal of Gerontology, 2, 96-109.
304) Roberts, J. (2008). The Parameters of Prejudice: Ethics Adherence and Age Bias. The Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 50, 65-79.
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308) Robinson, A.H. (2011). Highly qualified teacher status and the reading achievement of students with disabilities. American Secondary Education, 39 (3), 42-66.
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312) Robinson, A.H. (2012). Using creativity and collaboration to develop innovative programs that embrace diversity in higher education. Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching, 5, 6-12. Retrieved from http://celt.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/CELT
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314) Robinson, A.H..(2013). Arts integration and the success of disadvantaged students: A research evaluation. Arts Education and Policy Review, 114(4), 191-204.
315) Rodenberg, Ryan, Brian Tuohy, Richard Borghesi, Katarina Pijetlovic, and Sean Patrick Griffin, 2013. Corruption and Manipulation in Sports: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Gaming Law Review and Economics 17(3), 175-187.
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321) Rushton, S. & Juola-Rushton, A. (2011). Linking brain principles to high-quality early childhood education. Exchange. November, 8-11
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324) Rushton, S., Jenni Menon-Mariano, J. & Wallace, T. (2012). Program selection among pre-service teachers according to their Myers-Briggs Type Inventory profiles on different Colleges of Education. Creative Education, 3,1 16-23.
325) Rushton, S., Juola-Rushton, A., & Larkin, E. (2009). Neuroscience, play, and early childhood education: Implications, connections and assessment. Early Childhood Education Journal, 37,5. 351-361.
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327) Ruva, C. L. & Bryant, J. B. (2004). The impact of age, speech style, and question form on perceptions of witness credibility and trial outcome. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 34, 1919-1944. DOI: 10.1111/j.1559-1816.2004.tb02593.x
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329) Ruva, C. L. & LeVasseur, M. A. (2011). Behind closed doors: The effect of pretrial publicity on jury deliberations. Psychology, Crime and Law, DOI: 10.1080/1068316X.2010.502120
330) Ruva, C. L. & McEvoy, C. (2008). Negative and positive pretrial publicity affect juror memory and decision making. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 14, 226-235. DOI: 10.1037/1076-898X.14.3.226
331) Ruva, C. L., Dickman, M. C, & Mayes, J. L. (2014). Exposure to both positive and negative pretrial publicity effects juror bias and source memory errors. Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, 4 (1). 30-40 DOI: 10.5923/j.ijpbs.20140401.05
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338) Sakurai, K., Jex, M. S., & Gillespie, M. A. (2011). Impact of coworker workplace incivility: Employee negative, emotion, job satisfaction, and work withdrawal behavior. Japanese Association of Industrial/Organizational Psychology Journal, 25, 13-23.
339) Sanayei, A. and Rajabion, L. E-commerce and Security Governance in developing countries Springer’s Journal, Volume 12, Part 5 pp 288-296, 2008
340) Senapati, S., Themes of “Abandonment,” “Commoditization and Commercialism” and “Pride,” in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things. Ed. Jennifer McClinton-Temple. Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature. New York: Facts on File, an imprint of InfoBase Publishing, 2011. Print.
341) Senapati, S., “Arranged Marriages,” “Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni,” “Dhan Gopal Mukerji,” “Mary Anne Mohanraj,” “Samina Ali,” “Sanjay Nigam,” “Susan Watanabe,” and “The Mistress of Spices.” Encyclopedia of Asian-American Literature. Ed. Seiwoong Oh. New York: Facts on File, an imprint of InfoBase Publishing, 2007. Print
342) Senapati, S., “Birds of America,” “J.J. Audubon,” “E.O. Wilson,” “Linda Hogan’s the Sweet Breathing of Plants: Women and the Green World,” “Thoreau’s Excursions,” “The Diversity of Life.” Encyclopedia of American Environmental Literature. Ed. Geoff Hamilton and Brian Jones. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2013.
343) Senapati, S., “Finding Wisdom from Rubble, Peace from Horror: Aftermath of 9/11.” The Stallion, ABAC’s Weekly Newspaper. Sept. 2001. Print.
344) Senapati, S., “James Michener’s Poland.” Encyclopedia of Popular American Fiction. Ed. Geoff Hamilton & Brian Jones. New York: Facts on File, an imprint of InfoBase Publishing, 2009. Print.
345) Senapati, S., “Rudyard Kipling’s The Phantom Rickshaw.” Companion to British Short Story and Short Fiction. Ed. Andrew Maunder. 2007. Print
346) Senapati, S., “Stages of Life,” “Work” and “Community” in Ernest J. Gaines’s The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. Ed. Jennifer McClinton-Temple. Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature. New York: Facts on File, an imprint of InfoBase Publishing, 2011. Print.
347) Senapati, S., “The Devil and the Dude.” Pegasus, ABAC’s Literary Magazine. 2003. Print
348) Senapati, S., “The Republic of Nature: An Environmental History of the United States.” Book Review. The Journal of Ecocriticism: A New Journal of Nature, Science and literature. 4.2 (2012). 83-84.
349) Senapati, S., “The Road.” Book Review. Literary Paritantra (systems). 1.3 & 4. (2009): 94-97.
350) Senapati, S., “The Sirens of Baghdad.” Book Review. Literary Paritantra (systems). 1.1 (2009): 122-3.
351) Senapati, S., “`Two Parts in One’: Marston & Masculinity.” The Drama of John Marston. Ed. T. F. Wharton. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. Print.
352) Shatskikh, A., Yang, W., Cobanoglu, C., and Agarwal, A., "Are Consumers Ready for Mobile Payment? An Examination of Consumer Acceptance of Mobile Payment Technology in Restaurant Industry", FIU Hospitality Review, (2015) 31(4), Article 6, link for the paper.
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354) Sheets, D., Black, K., & Kaye, L. (in press). Who cares for caregivers? Evidence-based approaches to family support. Journal of Gerontological Social Work.
355) Sloan, M. M. (2012). Controlling anger and happiness at work: An examination of gender differences. Gender, Work, & Organization, 19(4), 370-391.
356) Sloan, M. M. (2012). Unfair treatment in the workplace and worker well-being: The role of coworker support in a service work environment. Work and Occupations, 39(1), 3-34.
357) Sloan, M. M. (2008). Emotion management and workplace status: Consequences for well-being. International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion, 2(3), 236-55.
358) Sloan, M. M. (2013). Book review. Phone clones: Authenticity work in the transnational service economy. Work and Occupations, 40(1), 69-71.
359) Sloan, M. M. (2013). Impression management. In. V. Smith (Ed.), Sociology of work: An encyclopedia (pp. 426-427). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
360) Sloan, M. M. (2014). The consequences of emotional labor for public sector workers and the mitigating role of self-efficacy. The American Review of Public Administration, 44(3), 274-290
361) Sloan, M. M., Evenson Newhouse, R. J., & Thompson, A. B. (2013). Counting on coworkers: Race, social support, and emotional experiences on the job. Social Psychology Quarterly, 76(4), 343-372.
362) Sponaugle, A.E., Badanich, K.A., Kirstein, C.L. (2008) Localization of stereotaxic coordinates for the ventral tegmental area in early adolescent, mid-adolescent and adult rats. Brain Research, 1218: 215-223.
363) Steenkamp, A.L., Rajabion, L., Salam, M. and du Plessis, E., “E-commerce & Net Marketplaces”, Workshop at ECDC Conference, Isfahan, Iran, October 2008. Rajabion , L., Walk Don’t Run: E-Business in Iranian SMEs’, 2nd Conference of the Business, Information and Management Academy, March 2008, UAE
364) Stock Market Performance of Health Initial Public Offering, with Neset Hikmet and J. Barry Lin, Journal of Business and Economic Studies (Fall 2009)
365) Sung C. Bae, Kiyoung Chang, and Eun Kang, 2012, “Dividend Policy, Corporate Governance, and Culture”, Journal of Financial Research 35, 289-316
366) Sutton, L. C. & Byrd-Blake, M. (Summer 2010). A team-centered approach to performance compensation. AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice, 7 (2), 33-44.
367) Symposium Paper & Presentation, “Experience of project-based learning using “real-world” projects in the Information Sciences and Technology curriculum: Local and International Students’ perspectives”, S. Shah, L. Rajabion, R. Dandekar, A. Mansur, 2012 Pennsylvania State University, DuBois Fifth Annual Faculty and Undergraduate Student Research Symposium, DuBois, PA
368) T. Pencek, N. Hikmet and J. Lin, (2009, Fall), "Stock Market Performance of Health Care Initial Public Offerings," Journal of Economic and Business Studies
369) The Roman Collegia: The Modern Evolution of an Ancient Concept, Brill Academic Publishers, Supplements to Mnemosyne 277, Leiden, The Netherlands: 2006. ISBN: 90-04-15080-3.
370) Thompson, A. B., & Sloan, M. M. (2012). Race as region, region as race: How black and white southerners understand their racial identities. Southern Cultures, 18(4), 72-95.
371) Thompson, D. R., Kersaint, G., Richards, J. C., Hunsader, P. D., & Rubenstein, R. N. (2008). Mathematical literacy: Helping students make meaning in the middle grades. Portsmouth, NJ: Heinemann.
372) Torrella, T.A., Badanich, K.A., Philpot, R.M., Kirstein, C.L. & Wecker, L. (2004) Developmental differences in nicotine place conditioning. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1021: 399-403.
373) Transport phenomena in a partially ionized Lorentzian magneto plasma Ann. Phys. (N.Y.):1973, 80 42-59
374) Unnever, James D. (2012) “The Power of One?: Reflections on Agnew’s Integrative Theory of Crime” Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology. Volume 4, August.
375) Unnever, James D. and Shaun L. Gabbidon 2011. A Theory of African American Offending. Routledge
376) Vance, Carol & Stephens, William (November 2010). “The New Generation of Accounting Majors: Observations from the Ivory Tower.” The CPA Journal, January, 2010.
377) Vance, Carol A. Elizabeth Carlson, Heather M. Lively, Nicholas J. Mastracchio, Jr. “Embracing Technology in Education” The CPA Journal January 2013
378) Vance, Carol A., Stephens, William & Pettegrew, Loyd S. (2012). “Embracing Ethics and Morality: An Analytic Essay for the Accounting Profession.” The CPA Journal, (82) 1, pp. 16-21.[This was the lead and cover article in this journal and I was invited to make a presentation to the American Association of Accountants Annual Meeting, August 2012.]
379) Walker, J. (2006). Introduction to Hospitality, 4th Ed. Upper Saddles River, New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall. Annaraud, K. - Contributing Author for Chapters 2 & 17 (Careers in Hospitality, pp. 31-79 & Accounting, Finance, and Cost Control, pp. 563-597).
380) Welcome Kit. Pentaho Corporation, 2008.
381) Wilson, G. P. (2003). Supporting young children's thinking through tableau. Language Arts, 80(5), 46-54.
382) Wilson, G. P., Martens, P., & Arya, P. (2005). Accountability for reading and readers: What the numbers don't tell. The Reading Teacher, 58(7), 622-631.
383) Wilson, G. P., Martens, P., Arya, P., & Altwerger, B. (2004). Readers, instruction, and the NRP. The Kappan, 86(3), 242-246.
384) Wilson, G. P., Martens, P., Arya, P., Jin, L., (2007). The anatomy of retelling scores: What these scores do (and don't) reveal about readers' understandings of texts. In D. Rowe, R. Jimenez, D. Compton, D. Dickinson, Y. Kim, K. Leander & V. Risko (Eds.), 56th Yearbook of the National Reading Conference. Oak Creek, WI: National Reading Conference, Inc.
385) Wilson, G. P., Wiltz, N., & Lang, D. (2005). The impact of Reading Mastery on children's learning. In B. Altwerger (Ed.), Reading for profit: How the bottom line leaves kids behind. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
386) Wiltz, N., & Wilson, G. P. (2006). An inquiry into children's reading in one urban school using SRA Reading Mastery. Journal of Literacy Research, 37(4), 493-528.
387) Yankelovich, M., Broadfoot, A., Gillespie, J. Z., Guidroz, A. M., & Gillespie, M. A. (2011). The Stress in General Scale Revisited: A One-factor Structure. Work & Stress.
388) ‘Fundamental Transversals on the Complexes of Polyhedra.’ USF Masters Thesis, Library of Congress. April 2011.
389) ‘PolyCryst.’ A video game simulation that teaches children, teenagers, and adults about learning geometry.
390) “A Benchmark Process for Measuring Consumer Perceptions of Total Quality” Noel Mark Noël (Sole Author) International Journal of Marketing Research accepted Nov 2, 2012 with publication date (forthcoming March 2014)
391) “A Burkean Method for Analyzing Environmental Rhetoric.” Thesis and Dissertation Office, University of Central Florida College of Graduate Studies, 2009.
392) “A Burkean Method for Analyzing Environmental Rhetoric.” Thesis and Dissertation Office, University of Central Florida College of Graduate Studies, 2009.
393) “A Comparison of Mentored and Non-mentored Novice Elementary Principals in Respect to Job Satisfaction.” A published dissertation. December 2006
394) “An Application of Active Learning and Distance Education,” with D. Bialaszewski, e-book of Informing Sciences, 2001.
395) “Antisemitism in the America First Committee.” Association for Jewish Studies Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., 21 December 2008.
396) “Benchmarking Consumer Perceptions of Retail Constructs for Apparel Merchandisers using Magnitude Estimation” Noel Mark Noël (Sole Author) Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management Vol. 13 issue 3, 2009.
397) “Carrie Chapman Catt,” “Abigail Scott Duniway,” and “Lucretia Mott,” in Women in World History, Yorkin Publications (1999).
398) “Classroom Walkthrough Survey: Implementation in Florida.” Non-published report provided to Teachscape, Florida Department of Education, and the Florida Association of School Administrators. A statistical analysis of the CWT process. December 2006
399) “Cultural insights on Puerto Rico” for Ms. Patricia Witcher’s COMM 263-630 (Fundamentals of Communication & Culture), February 16th 2011.
400) “Efficient Learning maps (eLmaps): An educational software application based on principles of cognitive science,” International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society 8 (5) (2013), with Michael Tang, Toan Tran, Andrew Hund, and Karen Knaus.
401) “Flights—and Rites—of Passage,” AOPA FLIGHT TRAINING, January 2001.
402) “Gender and Personality Characteristics of Accounting, Marketing and Psychology Majors” Society for Marketing Advances: Conference Proceedings, November 14, 2014 pgs. 49-50. Noel Mark Noël, Phil Trocchia, and Michael Luckett Referred (pedagogical)
403) “Information Technology Acceptance in the Internal Audit Profession: Impact of Technology Features and Technology Complexity,” International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 10, 4 (December 2009) 214-228, with Michael Mannino and Rob Nieschwietz.
404) “Instructional Materials for Benford’s Law: Conceptual Background and Guided Software Instruction with Supporting Teaching Notes,” A Compendium of Classroom Cases and Tools (C3) 5 (2011), with Michael Mannino and Robert Nieschwietz.
405) “Minute Women of the U.S.A.,” in Roy R. Barkeley and Mark F. Odintz, eds., The Portable Handbook of Texas, Texas State Historical Society (2000).
406) “Performing Female Age in Shakespeare's Plays." Co-authored with Janet Hill. Staging Age: The Performance of Age in Theatre, Dance, and Film. Ed. Valerie Barnes Lipscomb and Leni Marshall. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. 85-108.
407) “Puerto Rican Cuisine: An Overview” for Mr. Barry Kaufkins’s Folk Studies 379 (Foodways), April 1st, 2011
408) “Reflections of the Aging Caesar: Drama as Cultural Perspective.” Co-authored with Lagretta T. Lenker. Journal of Aging and Identity 7 (2002): 275-86.
409) “Right-Wing American Women and Grassroots Revolt—the 1930s and Beyond.” Historians of the Twentieth Century United States Annual Conference, Oxford, England, July 9, 2011.
410) “Right-Wing Women and Education: The Post-War Years.” American Historical Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 7 January 2006.
411) “Right-Wing Women, American Morality, and the Battle Over School Prayer.” International conference on “Religion in American Life,” King’s College, London, February 22-24, 2013.
412) “The Benefits, Satisfaction and Perceived Value of Small Business Membership in a Chamber of Commerce’ Noel Mark Noël and Michael Luckett, International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, accepted Nov 4, 2013
413) “The Impact of a Business Education on Fiscal Conservatism” Journal of Education for Business (May 2015) ISSN: 0883-2323 print / 1940-3356 online pgs. 1-8. Noel Mark Noël, Phil Trocchia, and Michael Luckett Referred (pedagogical)
414) “The Value of SmartMoney Stock Recommendations,” with R. Borghesi, Forthcoming in Applied Economics Letters.
415) “Torture and Summary Justice in The Spanish Tragedy.” Studies in English Literature 1500–1900 53.2 (Spring 2013): 277–292.
416) “United States: Opposition to U.S. Entry into World War II by Right-Wing American Women,” in Bernard Cook, ed., Women and War: A Historical Encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO (2006).
417) “Unmet Public Expectation to Government IT Project: Colorado Benefit Management Systems,” International Journal of Public Information Systems 6, 1 (2010) 83-109, with Bruce Neumann and James Gerlach.
418) “‘Old gentleman’: Age Differences as Plot Subversion.” Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies 25 (2005): 147-61.
419) “‘Torments will ope thy lips’: On Racking, Torture, and Torment in Shakespeare.” Discoveries in Renaissance Culture 28.1 (2011). Peer-reviewed. Online at http://www.scrc.us.com/discoveries/?p=8.
420) “‘Torments will ope thy lips’: On Racking, Torture, and Torment in Shakespeare.” Discoveries in Renaissance Culture 28.1 (2011). Peer-reviewed. Online at http://www.scrc.us.com/discoveries/?p=8.
421) “’We need a theoretical base’: Cynthia Rich, Women’s Studies, and Ageism.” National Women’s Studies Association Journal 18.1 (2006): 3-12.
422) “’Yet that's not much’: Age Differences in Othello.” Journal of Aging and Identity 6.4 (2001): 209-21.