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  • Connections: December 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-12)
  • Connections: August 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center; Jacobs, Patricia (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-08)
  • Connections: September 1990 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center; Kociubes, Peggy (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1990-09)
  • Connections: February 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center; Paskavitz, Michael R.; Jacobs, Patricia; Kociubes, Peggy; Plumb, Susan H. (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-02)
  • Connections: April 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center; Plumb, Susan H.; Kociubes, Peggy (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-04)
  • Connections: July 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center; DiGravio, Gina; Paskavitz, Michael R.; Plumb, Susan H. (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-07)
  • Connections: January 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center; Plumb, Susan H. (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-01)
  • Connections: June 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center; DiGravio, Gina; O'Brien, Jennifer; Plumb, Susan H. (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-06)
  • Connections: March 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center; Plumb, Susan H. (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-03)
  • Connections: May 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center; Jacobs, Patricia; Plumb, Susan H. (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-05)
  • Connections: November 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center; Giller, Donald R.; Kociubes, Peggy (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-11)
  • Connections: October 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-10)
  • Connections: September 1991 

    Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center; Kociubes, Peggy; Paskavitz, Michael R. (Office of Publication Services, Boston University Medical Center, 1991-09)
  • The Philosophical Presuppositions of Thomas Jefferson's Social Theories 

    Lindley, Thomas Foster, Jr (Boston University, 1952)
    The problem of this dissertation is that of tracing the philosophical presuppositions of Jefferson's social theories. This is done in two ways: (1) by determining his own implied presuppositions and (2) by tracing those ...
  • Distinguishing mystical religious experience from psychotic experience in the Presbyterian Church 

    DeHoff, Susan L. (Boston University, 2012)
    Historically, mystical experiences have been interpreted variously within psychology and theology. This dissertation explores theological and psychological interpretations of these experiences among professionals in the ...
  • An experimental study of the effects of autocratic, student-centered and laissez-faire group leadership on college orientation classes 

    Carville, D. Joan; Hadley, Philip N.; McElaney, Francis Albert (Boston University, 1952)
    The purpose of this study is to attempt to determine the effect of different types of leadership for freshman orientation groups at Boston University School of Education
  • A unit on national government 

    Carrier, Honore J. (Boston University, 1952)
    This paper deals with the problem of subdividing an over-sized unit in ninth-grade civics on the topic, national government, into three shorter units. Then the paper takes up, more extensively, the organization and ...
  • A community survey of business firms and teachers with implications for improving the elementary curriculum of the Manchester elementary school system, Manchester, New Hampshire 

    Lovering, Sherman A. (Boston University, 1952)
    It is the purpose of this survey to discover the answers to three important local educational questions: 1. What are the characteristics and abilities Manchester employers consider most desirable for an employee? 2. What ...
  • Development of a battery of tests for determining the physical fitness of college men 

    Lord, Ralph Vincent (Boston University, 1952)
    It is the purpose of this thesis to present certain materials which may be used by physical education personnel as a guide in establishing instructional standards in evaluating the physical fitness of the students participating ...
  • A survey of opinion of student nurses on the value of an honor system 

    Holmes, Margaret B. (Boston University, 1956)
    The purposes of this study are: l. To determine the opinion of student nurses on the value of instituting a formal Honor System in this certain school of nursing in the New England area. 2. To evaluate the students' knowledge ...

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