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Sustaining lesson study : resources and factors that support and constrain mathematics teachers' ability to continue after the grant ends
Intersensory redundancy processing in adults with and without SLI
Social and Structural Conditions of Deportation That Influence HIV Risk Among Mexican Deportees Who Inject Drugs in the US-Mexico Border
Investigating ciliated sensory neurons and molecular tools in the invertebrate chordate, Ciona intestinalis
A novel approach to beam steering using arrays composed of multiple unique radiating modes
Mimetic Finite Differences And Parallel Computing To Simulate Carbon Dioxide Subsurface Mass Transport
How social networks help college students trying to lose weight
Educator perceptions about teacher dispositions and practices
Characterization of intracellular Group B Streptococcus and host defense
Cellular Response of the Blood Brain Barrier to Bacterial Meningeal Pathogens
Countywide BMI surveillance and community-level approaches to improve access to nutritious food among low-income residents in San Diego, California
Understanding population connectivity in shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) at multiple spatial scales
Studies on bis protic N-heterocylic carbene pincer complexes and on water oxidation catalysts
Neural substrates of fear extinction :  a potential predictor of exposure success
The Role of Alcohol Use and Social Factors in Young Adult Smoking
Math on the Move: A Video-Based Study of School Field Trips to a Mathematics Exhibition
Choline intervention in children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
Self-Generation of Prospective Memory in HIV-Infected Methamphetamine Users
Lineage diversification in southwestern lizards : accounting for introgression at multiple timescales
Biological and Oceanographic Drivers of Larval Growth, Settlement, and Recruitment of Rockfishes (Sebastes spp.)

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