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The Influence of Practice on Lip/Jaw Kinematics during Dual-Task Performance
Performing two tasks concurrently is the rule rather than the exception for human activity. Performance of two tasks simultaneously can lead to execution costs or interference, which are also said to minimize with practice. ...
The Cause of God and Church: Roman Catholicism and the Political Battle to Educate the Poor
This project is a work in progress toward a published book. I am examining the efforts of the Roman Catholic Church in Victorian Britain to educate their flock at the elementary school level, a process that took the design ...
An Experimental Examination of the Causes of Aid Failures
There is strong experimental evidence that individuals behave in a manner that is inconsistent the Nash equilibrium associated with the provision of a standard public good. In the Nash equilibrium, all individuals will ...