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The Political Other in Nineteenth-Century British North America : the Satire of Thomas Chandler Haliburton
In the first half of the nineteenth century, British North America was trying to find its way within the Empire and in North America. The American democratic and republican experiment offered the Canadian colonies an ...
Research Directions for Pushing Harnessing Human Computation to Mainstream Video Games
In this paper, we propose a research direction that will allow the harnessing of human computation to be included in mainstream video games. Human computing resources are vastly different and superior in some cases ...
Psuedo-dyadic "interaction" on Amazon's Mechanical Turk
Psychological researchers have begun to utilize Amazon’s Mechanical Turk (MTurk) marketplace as a participant pool. Although past work has established that MTurk is well suited to examining individual behavior, pseudo-dyadic ...
Heterothermy in Northern Cardinals
These data were used in the article on Northern Cardinal heterothermy published in the journal Animal Biologging.
Cryoprotectants and Extreme Freeze Tolerance in a Subarctic Population of the Wood Frog
Two (2) Excel spreadsheets containing raw data supporting publication in PLOS ONE
Adaptations to knowledge templates in Base-of-the-Pyramid markets: The role of social interaction
While templates may facilitate knowledge sharing within the base-of-the-pyramid, it is often necessary for entrepreneurs to adapt the template for reasons of resource scarcity. We explore the role of social interaction in ...
Discomfort Design: Critical Reflection through Uncomfortable Play
Consider that uncomfortable moment in life when people discover a playful experience ceases to be worth playing. Just as an arm is broken on the playground, or a relationship can no longer be mended, there are explicit ...