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    • Naturalistic behavioral interventions for social-communication skills in young children with autism spectrum disorder 

      Dubin, Ashley Heather (uga, 2016-08)
      Significant social communication impairments, including deficits in joint attention (JA) are present in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and impede development across several aspects of functioning (American ...
    • Naturalistic determinism in the border fiction of Cormac McCarthy 

      Leitner, Willis Holding (uga, 2008-05)
      This thesis seeks to explore the naturalistic elements of Cormac McCarthy’s bordernovels from Blood Meridian to No Country for Old Men. In particular, I explore the role ofdeterminism in the major novels.
    • Nature and displacement 

      Rizy, Kathleen Marie (uga, 2015-05)
      This dissertation examines the role of nature in three novels and two short stories by the French author, Marie Darrieussecq: Truismes (1996), Le Mal de mer (1999), Le Pays (2005), “Connaissance des singes” (2006), and ...
    • Nature East and West 

      Klimt, Katherine Evelyn Joy (uga, 2013-12)
      The garden has in the history of Western culture been taken as the exemplar of the proper human interaction with the natural world. It has also exerted a profound pull throughout the history of Buddhist Japan, which has ...
    • Nature of science instruction and peer coaching 

      Sell, Cary Waite (uga, 2018-05)
      For science teachers to be able to teach in the manner that is being called for in current reform documents such as the Next Generation Science Standards, they should have knowledge of the nature of science (NOS) and ...
    • Nature: happiness, anger, sadness, and joy 

      Moon, Ji Eun (uga, 2012-12)
      The dissertation consists of two parts. The first part is an original composition for orchestra. The work is scored for 2 piccolos, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets in Bb, 2 bassoons, 1 contrabassoon, 4 horns in F, 2 trumpets ...
    • Navigating a land divided 

      McCain, Sandy Kristin (uga, 2015-05)
      Art historical scholarship related to nineteenth-century American art traditionally engages with artistic activities conducted in the Northeast, while largely neglecting contemporaneous enterprises that occurred in the ...
    • Navigating a rocky terrain 

      Pendergrass, Emily (uga, 2011-08)
      This study explored what practices a teacher negotiates expectations from authority figures with her own philosophical beliefs. Through the methodology of a single case study and narrative analysis, I focused on how a ...
    • Navigating meaning 

      Graybeal, Lesley (uga, 2007-05)
      Olaudah Equiano’s Interesting Narrative chronicles his various experiences coming from the Eboe tribe from which he is kidnapped and sold into slavery. While enslaved, Equiano works under a succession of masters as a ...
    • Navigating the leadership labyrinth 

      Sparks, Taylor Elizabeth (uga, 2010-05)
      Using a large sample of managers occupying executive level positions in organizations in the United States, this study explores the intersection of gender and leadership by examining how direct reports‘ perceptions of male ...
    • Navigating tradeoffs 

      Welch-Devine, Meredith (uga, 2009-08)
      Conservation is a complex undertaking that requires expertise in both ecological and social systems. It is, therefore, necessary to take a holistic approach to conservation that integrates many different disciplines; ...
    • “Não tem meu pé me dói” 

      Pontes, Paula Rodrigues (uga, 2004-05)
      Roberto Drummond (1933-2002) is a Brazilian writer from the state of Minas Gerais. He participated in the short story “boom” of the seventies in Brazil. He began his publishing career in 1975 with a prize-winning collection ...
    • NCAMP-1 

      Monette, Margaret Mariscal (uga, 2010-05)
      The nature and mechanism of action of host-derived molecules termed alarmins or damage-associated molecular patterns (DAMPs) in the inflammatory response remains elusive. The hypothesis in this work states that a soluble ...
    • Near-native speakers' recognition and production of idioms in L2 Spanish 

      Stoyanova, Mariana Kostadinova (uga, 2013-08)
      Idioms constitute an essential part of any culture and language. However, due to their unique structure and meaning, idioms pose problems for L2 learners because their figurative meaning usually differs from the literal ...
    • Nearer, my God, to thee 

      Warren, Robert James (uga, 2014-05)
      As an impassioned theist, modern philosopher George Berkeley constantly contemplates our fundamentally spiritual condition, as created souls who stand in relationship with the Divine Spirit. Berkeley's unique metaphysics, ...
    • Needs assessment and formative evaluation of an online nutrition education eLearning program tailored for SNAP-Ed eligible adults in Georgia 

      Stotz, Sarah Ann (uga, 2017-05)
      This dissertation conducted a needs assessment and formative evaluation to understand user expectations and experience of an innovative online eLearning nutrition education program tailored to Supplemental Nutrition ...
    • Needs assessment and formative evaluation of an online nutrition education eLearning program tailored for SNAP-Ed eligible adults in Georgia 

      Stotz, Sarah Ann (uga, 2017-05)
      This dissertation conducted a needs assessment and formative evaluation to understand user expectations and experience of an innovative online eLearning nutrition education program tailored to Supplemental Nutrition ...
    • Needs assessment for a childhood obesity intervention program 

      Harper, Kristin Raye (uga, 2014-08)
      The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to assess the needs of families of obese children to inform the development of a childhood obesity intervention program. Using a structured questionnaire containing closed- and ...
    • Needs assessment of inclusive child care for school age children with disabilities 

      Jinnah, Hamida Amirali (uga, 2008-05)
      Families having school age children with disabilities are increasingly relying on non-parental childcare for their children, like most other families in the U.S. In spite of these laws like the ADA and IDEA, parents still ...
    • Negative connotations in adjectives versus nouns 

      Greifner, Laura (uga, 2009-12)
      This study investigates the extent to which a difference in grammatical form—e.g., noun or adjective—can convey a difference in a speaker's attitude toward elements of the discourse. The distributions of adjectival poor ...