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    • Sequential Monte Carlo macroeconometrics 

      Osell, Shawn (Northern Illinois University, 2017)
      Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium models (DSGE) are the workhorse of macroeconomic theory. In this monograph, we estimate the parameters of a DSGE model that reflect specific assumptions that macroeonomists make about ...
    • Serbian immigrants in the Chicago area : assimilation and maintenance of two cultures 

      Mrksich, Smiljana Budimir (Northern Illinois University, 1994)
      Serbian immigrants in the Chicago Area: Assimilation and Maintenance of Two Cultures describes and analyzes the means and extent to which Serbian immigrants in the Chicago area have assimilated themselves to Western culture ...
    • The series Σ 1/N and an application 

      Bielick, Donald (Northern Illinois University, 1967)
      One purpose of this study has been to investigate the different methods available in finding the sum of a finite number of terms of the harmonic series n/Σ/[j=1] denoted by H[sub n]. Two methods were found to sum the series ...
    • Serious Discussions Needed on Police Tactics and False Confessions 

      Falkoff, Marc D. (Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, 2013-12-26)
      It’s a phenomenon that detectives, prosecutors, jurors and even defense lawyers typically have trouble believing: Sometimes suspects will confess to serious crimes even when they are completely innocent. “I certainly ...
    • Service employee-customer dynamics : the impact of expected emotions, expressed emotions and casual attributions on financial outcomes 

      Roman, Marie A. (Northern Illinois University, 1992)
      In 1987, Rafaeli and Sutton proposed a conceptual framework to guide theory development and research about the causes, qualities, and consequences of emotions that are expressed to fulfill role expectations in employment. ...
    • Service learning curriculum 

      Mavis, Linda J. (Northern Illinois University, 2007)
      This fifth grade unit integrates the study of the human respiratory system and air pollution. The unit begins by exposing students to pollution in their community and ends with a service-learning project that involves ...
    • Service Sale Transactions 

      Lu, Min-Ying (Northern Illinois University, 1988)
      In any economic society, there are various service industries. There is not specific category that all types of services can fit into because the services offered are so broad. Accounting for service sale transactions vary ...
    • Sessile invertebrate colonization of a coral patch reef : a study of two reefs in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii 

      Lewis, Clark R. (Northern Illinois University, 1980)
      Marine invertebrate colonization for a complete annual cycle was examined on two coral patch reefs in Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii. Polyvinyl chloride panels provided the substratum for settlement and their placement on the ...
    • Set relation in analogical reasoning 

      Peltier, Laurie S. (Northern Illinois University, 1981)
      Two experiments were conducted in which geometric analogies were presented in two-alternative, forced choice (2AFC) and Yes-No response formats. The major independent variable was the set relation of the terms in the ...
    • Settlement Ethics and Lawyering in ADR Proceedings: A Proposal to Revise Rule 4.1 

      Alfini, James J. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1999-12)
      At the close of the twentieth century, we are witnessing very significant changes in the litigation of civil disputes in our society. Much of the change has to do with a more expansive view by lawyers and judges of the ...
    • Seven Steps Toward the Classical World: The Problem of the Classical Limit in Quantum Mechanics 

      Allori, Valia (Mysteries, Puzzles and Paradoxes in Quantum Mechanics Conference, 2001-08-27)
    • Seven Ways To Say I Love You, a BA Showcase 

      Dampier, Erika R., 1996-- (Northern Illinois University, 2019-05)
      Entirely performed and directed by May and December 2019 Bachelor of Arts candidates, Seven Ways to Say I Love You showcases the talents within Northern Illinois University’s School of Theatre and Dance. The Bachelor of ...
    • A Seven Year Reaction to the Single Audit Act of 1984 

      Haywood, Douglas M. (Northern Illinois University, 1992)
      The Single Audit Act of 1984 attempted to provide a sense of uniformity amongst governmental audits. It provided strict regulations and procedures the auditor must follow when conducting the audit. Having only one audit ...
    • Severity of illness, parenting, and child psychological adjustment : exploring the associations among mothers with multiple sclerosis 

      Padgett, Emily Elizabeth (Northern Illinois University, 2017)
      Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a pervasive chronic illness, and approximately 2.3 million individuals worldwide are diagnosed with MS. Those with MS are often women of childbearing age and, thus, understanding how the disorder ...
    • Sex Differences in Jealousy 

      Valles, Dakota (Northern Illinois University, 2015-05)
      Evolutionary psychologists theorizes that humans, as a species, have established sex differences in jealousy due to the male’s fear of paternal uncertainty, and a female’s desire for paternal caregiving that stem from our ...
    • Sex Differences in Sadomasochistic Attitudes, Fantasies, and Behaviors in a College Population 

      Tittelbach, Tracy (Northern Illinois University, 2011)
      This study examined sex differences in the impact of sexual fantasies and behaviors on attitudes about sadomasochism (SM). Current empirical literature suggests men are more likely to fantasize and participate in SM related ...
    • Sex offender reintegration : exploring and managing the barriers to employment 

      Marko, Jenna (Northern Illinois University, 2011)
      Employment reduces the risk of recidivism for sex offenders by providing pro-social opportunities, structured schedules, and steady income. However, legislation and stigmatization often prevent sex offenders form obtaining ...
    • Sex ratio manipulation by the parasitoid wasp Muscidifurax raptor in response to host size and female wasp density 

      Seidl, Sandra E. (Northern Illinois University, 1992)
      The effects of host size and female wasp density on offspring sex ratio were examined in the solitary parasitoid wasp Muscidifurax raptor. The prediction of the host-size model that females should produce a greater proportion ...
    • Sex, family and testosterone effects on garter snake behavior and morphology 

      Anderson, Gregory Robert (Northern Illinois University, 1995)
      51 to 54 garter snake neonates from 7 families were tested to examine the effects of sex, family and testosterone on behavior and morphology. Animals were tested on five behavioral measures before testosterone implantation, ...
    • Sexual Assault in Universities 

      Gebka, Vanessa A., 1996- (Northern Illinois University, 2017-12-22)
      In this study, the author investigates how and why rape culture continues to exist in our society today. Certain concepts such as gender roles, college experience, acquaintance rape, and victim blaming are discussed in ...