C06-T: Where There’s a Will There’s a Way: Examining Intention-Belief Consistency As a Norm of Rationality

Abstract: In this paper, I will be making reference to a discussion in the philosophy of action regarding the role played by intention as it relates to the attitudes of belief and credence. Building on work by Carlos Nunez, Facundo Alonso, and Donald Davidson, I will be making the argument that one can intend to […]

A08-T: Using X-ray Fluorescence to Develop a Soil Chronosequence for the Four Mile Creek Floodplain, Ohio

A soil chronosequence is useful for describing landscapes by quantifying soil development across geomorphic surfaces of varying ages that formed under similar conditions. A chronosequence can be constructed with data from stream terraces because these landscapes have soil profiles that developed under similar soil forming factors (parent material, relief, organisms, as well as climate if […]

C07-T: Effective Communicative Styles when Presenting Research to a Specific Audience

Students in a First Year Research Experience [FYRE] class, conducted group projects focussed on “Communicating Research to public audiences”. Specifically, the projects examine how research opportunities have been impacted by the pandemic, and how to best leverage the currently predominant online instructional environment. Our group examined the communicative interactions between disciplinary groups throughout the Miami […]

C14-T: Environmental Awareness Correlation with Grocery Shopping Habits

Industrial farming that features monoculture and intensive use of resources is an unsustainable practice supported by many large chain grocery stores. Consumers’ shopping decisions and options could indirectly change this unsustainable way of food production. This study investigates the shopping habits of members in the Oxford community and how they relate to sustainability. We asked: […]

B39-P: Assessing Suicidal Behavior in Bodybuilders and the Military: An Analysis of Muscle Dysmorphic Disorder and Muscle-Enhancing Risk Behaviors on Suicidal Ideation

Introduction: Muscle Dysmorphia (MD) is defined as a consistent preoccupation over one’s own muscularity and body weight. MD is a subtype of Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) and is associated with a myriad of acute and long-term health outcomes, including suicidal behavior. Research examining the mechanisms through which suicidal behavior is related to MD is limited, […]

A16-T: The Utilization of a MEMS Based Switch for Improved Experimentation in the Laboratory through Fiber Optic Coupling

Fiber optic cables are an integral component to the experimentation conducted in the field of optical spectroscopy.  Research in this field depends on the ability to transmit light from a source to the desired medium of interest, requiring the usage of cables which can perform such a task. As a result, opto-mechanical switches become necessary […]

A14-T: The Public Impact of Representation of Disability in Media

The American news media, as well as movies and television, play an important role in shaping attitudes and perceptions of social groups. This work focusses on the media coverage and representation of people with disabilities and the consequences of such coverage. Literature demonstrates that media most often depicts individuals with disabilities negatively, often portraying them […]

B03-T: A Microanalytical and Petrochemical Approach to Investigating Megacrystic Feldspar Crystallization, CA

Crystal-rich, chemically evolved, coarse-grained igneous rocks provide opportunities to investigate the differentiation and solidification of magmas within Earth’s crust. Specifically, by investigating the micro-scale textural, chemical, and chronological record of these crystal populations insights into the processes which operated during magmatic crystallization and intrusion of large magma bodies within Earth’s crust can be evaluated. This […]

C09-T: Functions of Manual Sign in Children With Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) is a motor speech disorder that impacts the ability to plan the motor movements that are necessary for speech. Children with CAS often experience “errors in speech sound production and prosody,” (ASHA, 2007). A unique program held at St. Rita’s School for the Deaf in Cincinnati, OH educates hearing children […]

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