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- Predicting the Cy Young Award Winner
- The Effects of Target Valence on Thought Suppression Efficacy
- A Review of Teachers' Perceptions and Training Regarding School Bullying
"It'll Work Out:" Older Mothers' and Adult Daughters' Perspectives on Future Plans The authors would like to acknowledge Tracy Swartzendruber, Kristina McNutt, and the students in Gero 455: Social Ties and Aging for their contributions to this project.
Lipstick and Granola: Perceptions of Feminism The author would like to acknowledge and thank Dr. Joel Alexander for guidance and valuable suggestions regarding the design of the current study and Dr. Debi Brannan for her extensive support throughout the entire process. I would also like to thank Lindsey Thompson for her contribution.
An Examination of the First Years: Novice ESOL Teachers’ Experiences with Loneliness and Stress The authors of this article are appreciative of the involvement, guidance and suggestions of many people. We would like to sincerely thank Lisa Shimabukuro and Darian Simpson for their contributions, as well as Stan Wester and Ashley Davis for their support and guidance. Also, we are extremely grateful for the assistance provided by Linda Kunze, and the valuable insight regarding language teaching and the TESOL field provided by Maria Peralta Cortez, Dennis Butler, and Dr. Katherine Schmidt.
International Adoption, Dyadic Belonging, and the Liminal Self: The Case of a Korean American Adoptee’s Return to South Korea First, I would like to thank the Anthropology faculty at Western Oregon University for their support and guidance. Dr. Isidore Lobnibe, Dr. Robin Smith, and Dr. Misty Weitzel have been true inspiration, and I will never forget all that they have done for me. I would also like to specifically thank Dr. Isidore Lobnibe for spending countless hours helping me develop and execute my thesis project. Lastly, I would like to extend my gratitude to Molly Holt and Holt Ilsan Town for their warm hearts and open arms while abroad in South Korea.