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    • Habeas, Informational Asymmetries, and the War on Terror 

      Falkoff, Marc D. (2011)
      Although most American lawyers and legal scholars are primarily familiar with habeas corpus in the context of federal review of state convictions, habeas petitions have been used to challenge detention by the executive ...
    • Habitat use by small mammals across an agriculture ecotone 

      Shadrick, Edward J. (Northern Illinois University, 1989)
      Responses of small mammals living on or near agricultural land were measured using live and snap trapping from April to November in 1986 and 1987. A total of ten small mammal species was recorded, with two numerically ...
    • A hairpin ribozyme from a satellite RNA of chicory mottle virus : cleavage efficiency, substrate selectivity and targeting HIV1 

      Ying, Lian (Northern Illinois University, 1996)
      The catalytic capacity, substrate selectivity and application in HIV1 treatment of a hairpin ribozyme derived from sCYMVl were studied. Based on the sequence comparisons of hairpin ribozymes derived from sTRSV (GUC substrate) ...
    • Hamilton Sundstrand deaerator project 

      Sethna, Sohrab B. (Northern Illinois University, 2008)
      The deaerator is a mechanical device that is used to separate air from oil. The deaerator is a component of the Integrated Drive Generator (IDG). The Integrated Drive Generator is used in aircrafts as the main power ...
    • Hamilton Sundstrand deaerator test methodology and evaluation 

      Hill, James (Student of mechanical engineering) (Northern Illinois University, 2006)
      The main goal of this project is to design and implement a reliable testing method for the efficiency of rotational deaerators. The efficiency can be determined by monitoring the percentage of air the deaerator removes ...
    • The hammered dulcimer : the instrument and its history 

      Barnes, Sarah (Northern Illinois University, 1988)
      The purpose of this thesis is to describe the design of the hammered dulcimer, explain the playing techniques and discuss its history and current function in various cultures throughout the world. The first topic of the ...
    • Hand writing using SCORBOT arm 

      Pakalapati, Jasvanth Satya Prabhakar (Northern Illinois University, 2014)
      Robot arm is a robot manipulator with similar functions of a human arm. There are many research and industrial applications where robot arm is replacing humans. This thesis aims at analyzing and achieving the human-like ...
    • Harmonic analysis of causal operators and their spectral properties 

      Krishtal, Ilya A.; Baskakov, A.G. (Institute of Physics, 2005)
      The definition and study of causal operators are based on the representation theory of group algebras. We study the structure of the spectra of causal operators, obtain conditions for causal invertibility and state ...
    • Harmonization of international income tax accounting in four capitalist countries 

      Gallagher, Lori (Northern Illinois University, 1993)
      The purpose of this thesis is to explain the need for international accounting standards, the IASC's role in developing these standards, and a plan to be used by the IASC to harmonize income tax accounting standards in the ...
    • Harper College tax rate referendum : organization and strategy with emphasis on public relations 

      Stoermer, Elaine (Northern Illinois University, 1986)
      The topic investigated in this study is the organization and strategy for conducting a successful tax rate increase referendum campaign with emphasis on the importance of a strong public relations program. The topic was ...
    • Harry Potter and the Plight of Translation 

      LeSage, Rachel R., 1995-- (Northern Illinois University, 2017-05-04)
      With global works, there is always a possibility of elements being perceived differently by each culture. The purpose of this study was to determine to what extent linguistic differences in the translations of Harry Potter ...
    • Harsh Parenting Beliefs as Related to Demographic Factors 

      Phelps, Melanie J., 1995-- (Northern Illinois University, 2016)
      Parents differ in the extent to which they believe harsh parenting behaviors are beneficial for their children. This study examined whether parents’ demographic factors (e.g., ethnicity, marital status, educational attainment, ...
    • Hawaiian contemporary slack key 

      Lee, David X. (Northern Illinois University, 2004)
    • `He Forgot' : Young Children's Use of Cognitive Explanations for Another Person's Mistakes 

      Pillow, Bradford H.; Lovett, Suzanne B. (Wayne State University Press, 1998-07)
      Children, ages 4 and 5 years, and adults were asked (a) to explain a story character's incorrect search for a desired object, and (b) to explain the source of the character's ignorance or false belief concerning the ...
    • Healing through symbols : historical continuity of shamanism in Siberia 

      Yamin, Susan (Northern Illinois University, 1998)
      This thesis investigated the nature of the shamanic healing system in Siberia and examined the changes it has undergone during the Soviet era. The purpose of this work was to analyze the symbolism underlying shamanic healing ...
    • Health care 

      Pappas, Nicole (Northern Illinois University, 1992)
      With the Presidential Election approaching, we are hearing more and more about the issue of health care. Politicians are finally standing up and taking notice. The bottom line is that people are fed up and want change. As ...
    • Health Consciousness in High School Baseball 

      McConnell, Megan C., 1995-- (Northern Illinois University, 2017-05)
      The purpose of this study was to address the health consciousness of high school baseball players. A group of high school baseball players were asked to fill out a survey for 4 to 7 days that recorded their diet, daily ...
    • Health consequences of prolonged bottle feeding among low-income preschoolers in the WIC program 

      Krisco, Mary P. (Northern Illinois University, 1997)
      The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Dental Association recommend that all children be weaned from the bottle by one year of age to reduce the risk of baby bottle tooth decay. However, little research has ...
    • Hearing loss among farmers : the effects of farm equipment and firearm noise 

      Kale, Dianna Lynn (Northern Illinois University, 1992)
      The one purpose of this study was to determine if hearing loss is greater in farmers when compared to a nonnoise exposed cohort data base group. A secondary purpose was to assess farmers who have been exposed to firearm ...