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The cerebellum and motor learning
by Schlerf, John Edward, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2010: 120 pages; 3413554.
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Anonymous and the virtual collective: Visuality and social movements in cyberspace
by Burford, Caitlyn M. R., M.A.  Northern Arizona University. 2013: 138 pages; 1550096.
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Price Co-Movements and Investment Funds
by Sami, Maryam, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Stony Brook. 2015: 96 pages; 3731629.
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The role of primate superior colliculus in the selection of visual objects for action
by Nummela, Samuel Uno, Ph.D.  University of California, San Diego. 2010: 106 pages; 3418861.
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The Role of Taxation in Insurgent Movements
by Joannes, Michael J., M.A.  The George Washington University. 2016: 116 pages; 10000747.
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Saudi Religious Voice during Arab Spring: The Similarities and Differences
by Alrefai, Hashem, M.A.  Minnesota State University, Mankato. 2020: 69 pages; 27995312.
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Assessing ship movements using volunteered geographic information
by Walbridge, Shaun, M.A.  University of California, Santa Barbara. 2013: 82 pages; 1536569.
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Sustainability within church planting movements in East Asia
by Schattner, Frank Walter, D.Miss.  Biola University. 2013: 343 pages; 3560649.
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Mobilizing for the cause: Grievance evaluations in social movements
by Bergstrand, Kelly, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2015: 161 pages; 3702713.
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Dissensus: Korean Workers' Movements in Wŏnsan, 1895–1929
by Hyun, Myung Ho, Ph.D.  New York University. 2020: 290 pages; 27666121.
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Neural networks involved in eye movements in humans
by Gurler, Demet, Ph.D.  The University of Alabama at Birmingham. 2012: 233 pages; 3512264.
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Role of the primate basal ganglia in saccadic eye movements
by Shin, SooYoon, Ph.D.  University of Pittsburgh. 2011: 139 pages; 3485870.
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Understanding Social Movements through Simulations of Anger Contagion in Social Media
by Bacaksizlar, Nazmiye Gizem, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 2019: 103 pages; 13805848.
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Classifying mouse movements and providing help in web surveys
by Horwitz, Rachel, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2013: 279 pages; 3590789.
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Social Movements in Renewable Energy Development in Portugal and California
by Walsh, Nathan William, M.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2013: 89 pages; 10305841.
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Undocumented Latino Student Activists' Funds of Knowledge: Transforming Social Movements
by Hudson, Nicholas, Ed.D.  The George Washington University. 2017: 338 pages; 10602620.
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Determination of Salient Design Elements through Eye Movements, Aesthetics, and Usability
by Asuncion, Bryan C., Ph.D.  Mississippi State University. 2018: 216 pages; 10979596.
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Varieties of Muslim nonviolence: Three Muslim movements of nonviolence and peace building
by Linehan, Margaret D., M.A.L.S.  Georgetown University. 2013: 105 pages; 1536045.
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Environmental movements in Russia (An example from the Baikal region)
by Dampilon, Zhargal, M.A.  The University of Arizona. 2011: 66 pages; 1502756.
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Cointegration Tests with Smooth Breaks and Co-movements of International Reserves
by Banerjee, Piyali, Ph.D.  The University of Alabama. 2019: 138 pages; 13882218.
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Politics of Funding, Philanthropy & Women's Rights Movements in India: An Ethnography
by Maheshwari, Neelam, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2011: 285 pages; 3475345.
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Being Careful: Progressive Era Women and the Movements for Better Reproductive Health Care
by Patterson, Sarah E., Psy.D.  State University of New York at Albany. 2020: 218 pages; 28260798.
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Identity-Based Appeals: Explaining Evolution in the Strategic Rhetoric of Social Movements
by Kuhn, Katherine, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2013: 330 pages; 3593107.
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Political economy, social movements and alternative development in El Salvador 1975–2005
by Kervyn de Lettenhove, Michel, Ph.D.  New School University. 2012: 551 pages; 3511342.
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Opportunity and oppression: Social movements in Burma and the ICT catalyst
by Conrad, Brittany M., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 137 pages; 1504441.
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Masticatory and Brux-Like Movements are Distinct Behaviors in the Freely Behaving Rat
by Taylor, Jaclyn Elizabeth, M.S.  Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 2014: 44 pages; 1583774.
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Bandwidth feedback effects on retained movements in young and old adults
by Pahuja, Surbhi, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 42 pages; 1527573.
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