oURspace Institutional Repository
The mission of the oURspace digital repository is to share and preserve the scholarly, creative, and cultural work produced at the University of Regina.
oURspace provides U of R researchers with a free and secure option to deposit their research publications in an open access repository to meet funding agency requirements for open access. It also contains Theses and Dissertations from 2010 to present, documents from past projects such as the Indian History Film Project, all textbooks produced by the Open Textbook Program, and documents produced by many University departments.
oURspace is indexed by academic search engines such as Google Scholar and it is designed for long-term access to digital files. Publications in oURspace can also be assigned a digital object identifier (DOI) upon request.
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(Faculty of Nursing, University of Regina, 2020-05-03)Breastmilk is essential for the growth and development of young children. Considering its benefits, breastfeeding is recommended at all times for young children, especially during crisis situations such as the COVID-19 ...
(Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, 2020-04-24)Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an efficacious treatment for many forms of psychiatric disorders; however, and despite its efficacy, a substantial minority of patients do not benefit from CBT. As such, there is a ...
Multiple perpetrator crime: examining the impact of cognitive load during memory retrieval on eyewitness testimony during multiple perpetrator crimes (Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, 2020-04)Eyewitnesses are a very important part of police investigations and they play a prominent role in the criminal justice system. Judges and jurors hold what eyewitnesses say in high regard and, for this reason, eyewitness ...
(Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, 2020-04)The current work sought to explore the relationship between trust and pseudo-profound bullshit receptivity. There is currently a gap in the literature when considering how trust in a source will impact an individual’s ...