Browsing by Author "Arbuthnott, Katherine"

Browsing by Author "Arbuthnott, Katherine"

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  • Hunter, Darryl Milburn (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2014-04)
    This mixed methods, sequential, exploratory study addresses the problem, “How significant are statistical representations of ‘average student achievement’ for school administrators as instructional leaders?” Both phases ...
  • Wallace, Jamie Charles Terrence (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2016-07)
    The primary focus of this research was to evaluate beliefs about the healthfulness of common foods. There is widespread agreement that a whole foods, plants-based diet, such as that depicted by Canada’s Food Guide, promotes ...
  • Pandey, Mamata (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2013-05)
    In an environment rich with information, performance on a task depends on the ability to select only the relevant pieces of information for achieving a current goal. Cognitive psychologists propose that selective attention ...
  • Dube, Adam Kenneth (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2012-03)
    Researchers have used inversion and associativity problems (e.g., 2 × 8 ÷ 8, 3 + 19 − 17, respectively) to assess whether or not individuals have the conceptual understanding that addition and subtraction and multiplication ...
  • Scerbe, Andrea (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2013-10)
    Resources we use every day such as air and water are public resources so we are all active participants in the commons. A commons dilemma is a situation in which an individual has a choice between boosting personal gain ...
  • Hembroff, Chet Cameron (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2015-08)
    Framing research demonstrates that making simple changes to the description of a task or task strategy can affect behaviour in a number of contexts (Almashat, Ayotte, Edelstein, & Margrett, 2008), but to my knowledge ...
  • Maciag, Timothy Joseph (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2016-06)
    The idea of Knowledge Management (KM) is continually evolving. A traditional and popular idea of KM is one that emphasizes the activity of transforming data to in- formation, and information to knowledge. Another popular ...
  • Fitzgerald, Ryan Joseph (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2014-12)
    Whenever lineups are prepared for eyewitness identification, the investigator constructing the lineup must decide how to choose lineup members to appear in the lineup with the person under investigation. Accordingly, ...
  • Summerfield, Tansi Susan Lillian (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2017-01)
    Research on choice and decision-making has indicated that excessive choice can negatively influence decision-making performance. Choice overload research has mostly focused on consumer purchases, thereby limiting the ...
  • Kossick, Emilie Gay (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2013-12)
    This study examined whether individual differences in facial mimicry, emotion recognition, and empathy are related to prenatal testosterone (PT) exposure. Previous studies have found relationships among facial mimicry, ...
  • Spring, Richard William (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2012-03)
    Facial recognition is routine for most people; yet the process of facial recognition or describing a face to be recognized, reveals a great deal of complexity inherent in the activity. Eyewitness identification remains ...
  • Kratzig, Gregory Paul (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2016-04)
    While researchers have suggested that overlearning increases the likelihood of skill retention, there is little consensus or evidence as to how much overlearning is required, and how such overlearning interacts with ...
  • Fagundes Veiga Ribeiro, Lucas (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2017-05)
    Significant attention has been put into the role of technology on addressing global environmental and social issues. Literature shows that the technology governance system must be reframed in order to comply with sustainable ...