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Trolley problem decisions follow the laws of inclusive fitness.
Research investigates the effects of genetic relatedness, sex, and age on moral decision in a life-or-death thought experiment in ethics known as the Trolley Problem. The original Trolley Problem forces the reader to decide ...
Examining Chandra X-ray images of stellar sources in the Carina Nebula.
An examination of X-ray emissions from hot stars, focusing on X-ray spectra of two O-type stars (HD 93129 and HD 93250). In addition to the high-resolution spectra, this data set contains a number of direct X-ray images ...
Testing the influence of willow proximity on feeding rate in a keystone species : the Red-naped sapsucker.
Woodpeckers are considered ecosystem engineers because they excavate nest cavities that eventually provide habitat for other cavity-nesting species. This study casts doubt on the importance of willows to sapsucker nest ...
Oral health project : a survey of the UWEC student population.
This research project examined the correlation between various types or oral habits and the presence of bacteria that cause dental caries. This was accomplished through the analysis of saliva samples from human volunteer donors.
Solidarity in student organizations.
This research investigates the effects of organizational sturcture, individual attitudes, and identity on behavioral and attitudinal solidarity in voluntary campus organizations.
Metacognition strategies and epistemological beliefs surveyed among college students.
This project addresses the question of whether there is a correlation between students' metacognitive awareness (i.e. awareness of their own thought processes) and their epistemological development (i.e., their beliefs ...