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2008 Bibliography

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Sarah Brick Archer, M.A.L.S.
Assistant Professor of Library Services

    "Arthritis."  In The Medical Library Association Encyclopedic Guide to Searching and Finding Health Information on the Web, edited by P. F. Anderson and Nancy Allee, Vol. 2, 10-12.  New York: Neal-Schuman, 2004.
    
    "Click on the Back Button."  Library Instruction Roundtable News 24, no. 4 [2002]:  6.

    "Hospice and End of Life Care." In The Medical Library Association Encyclopedic Guide to Searching and Finding Health Information on the Web, edited by P.F. Anderson and Nancy Allee, Vol. 3, 106-109.  New York:  Neal-Schuman, 2004.

    "Serials Review:  Northeastern State University's Approach."  Oklahoma Librarian 58, no. 4 [2008]: 19.

    With Linda West. "Do You Have a Personal Home Page?" Oklahoma Librarian 52, no. 1 [2002]: 4.

    With Linda West. “Internet Insider:  More Than an E-Business Card: How Academic Librarians Can Use Personal Home Pages Effectively.” College and  Undergraduate Libraries 9 [2002]: 33-39.
        

Terri Baker, Ph.D.
Professor of English

    Baker, Terri M. and Connie Oliver Henshaw, eds.  Women Who Pioneered Oklahoma, Stories from the WPA Narratives.  Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2007.

    Baker, Terri M., PhD., Joseph Faulds, Ph.D., Bridget Roussell Cowlishaw, Ph.D., Christopher Malone, Ph.D., eds.  Vision and Voice: a College Reader/Rhetoric.  Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press, 2004.

    Baker, Terri M., PhD., Joseph Faulds, Ph.D., Bridget Roussell Cowlishaw, Ph.D., Christopher Malone, Ph.D., eds. Vision and Voice: a College Reader/Rhetoric, 2nd edition.  Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press, 2006.


Ernst Bekkering, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Information Systems

    Bekkering, Ernst & Brian Engelland. “Extending Quality Assessment Beyond the Classroom: The Campus Computer Lab Scale.” Journal for Advancement of Marketing Education 2 [Summer 2002]: 18-24.

    Hutchison, Dan & Ernst Bekkering. “Accuracy vs. False Positive Rates in Commerical Anti-Spam Solutions.”  Proceedings: Second Annual Business and Leadership Symposium, September 27-28, 2006.  Hays, KS: Management Development Center, Fort Hays State University, 2006.

    Reeve, Elizabeth, Tamara Cooksey, Greg Kelley, Dr. Ernest Bekkering, & Dr. Bill Rosener. “What Types of Learning Styles are Best for Business?”  25th Annual Southwest Business Symposium Proceedings, May 2008, Edmond, OK: College of Business Administration, University of Central Oklahoma, 205-206.

    Warkentin, Merrill, Kimberly Davis, Ernst Bekkering. “Introducing the Check-Off Password System (COPS]:  An Advancement in User Authentication Methods and Information Security.” Journal of Organizational and End User Computing 16, no. 3 [July-September 2004]: 41-58.

    Warkentin, Merrill, Mark B. Schmidt & Ernst Bekkering, “Steganography.” Chapter VII in Cyber Warfare and Cyber Terrorism, edited by Lech J. Janczewski & Andrew M. Colarik.  Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 2008.

    Warkentin, Merrill, Mark B. Schmidt, Ernst Bekkering, “Steganography and Steganalysis.” Chapter XVIII in Enterprise Information Systems Assurance and System Security: Managerial and Technical Issues, edited by Merrill Warkentin & Rayford Vaughn, 287-294.  Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing, 2006.

    Warkentin, Merrill, Kimberly Davis, Ernst Bekkering, “A TAM Analysis of an Alternative High-Security User Authentication Procedure,” Chapter XIV in Advanced Topics in End User Computing, Vol. 4, edited by Mo Adam Mahmood, 280-300. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing, 2005.


Mark Bighley, D.M.A.
Professor of Music

    “Congregational Singing of the Offertory.” XVI/II Cross Accent, the Journal of the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians [2008]: 14-22.

        “There’s Something about Setting III:  Renewing Worship an Old-Fashioned Way.” XI/III Cross Accent, the Journal of the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians [Fall 2003]: 27-33.

James Brittain, M.S.
Director of Center for Teaching & Learning

    Digranes, J., Digranes, S., Cambiano, R., & Brittain, J.  “Online Students Speak: Building Creative Online Instruction that Overcomes Technology Issues. Proceedings of the Improving University Teaching Conference, July 6, 2007 at Jaen, Spain.  Retrieved September 12, 2007 from: http://www.iutconference.org/2007/pdfs/Papers/DigranesCambianoBrittain.pdf


Renee Cambiano, Ed.D.
Associate Professor of Educational Foundations & Leadership

    Bonner, J., R. Cambiano, & S. Frusher. “Teaching and Learning Challenges of the 21st Century: Developing and Utilizing Instructional Strategies in Distance Learning Environment.” Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Education and Development, March 2008.

    Cambiano, R. “Sequencing Instruction in Global Learning Communities.” In Curriculum Development for Adult Learners in the Global Community, edited by Victor C. X. Wang, Vol. I: 115-145. Florida: Krieger Publishing Company, 2008.
 
    Digranes, J, S. Digranes, & R. Cambiano,  “Online Students Speak: Building Creative Online Instruction.” Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference for Improving University Teaching [IUT] Conference, July 2007.

    Digranes, J.L., S.H. Digranes, R. Cambiano & J. Brittain. “Online Students Speak:  Building Creative Online Instruction That Overcomes Technology Issues.”  32nd Annual Improving University Teaching International Conference Proceedings, Jaén, Spain, 2007.  Also retrieved September 12, 2007 from: http://www.iutconference.org/2007/pdfs/Papers/DigranesCambianoBrittain.pdf


 Clara Camero, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Spanish

    Camero, Clara.  "Fusion de tiempo y espacio en 'Oriane, tia Oriane' de marvel moreno.” Colombia y el Caribe. XIII Congreso de Colombianistas.  Barranquilla, Colombia, 12 al 15 agosto de 2003, 370-381.

    Camero, Clara.  "Fusion de tiempo y espacio en 'Oriane, tia Oriane' de Marvel Moreno.” Cuadernos de Literatura: Homenaje a Eligio Garcia Marquez [1947-2001], 111-120.   Vol. ix, No. 17 enero-junio de 2003.

    Camero, Clara.  No Pertenezco a este Siglo de Rosa Maria Britton.  Panama: Universal Books, 2003.


 Mike Chanslor, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Communication Studies

    Scott, D.K., R.H. Gobetz, M. Chanslor.  “Chain Versus Independent Television Station Ownership: Toward an Investment Model of Commitment to Local News Quality.”  Communication Studies 59 [2008]: 84-98.


Cheatham, Gary, M.Div., M.S.L.S.
Assistant Professor of Library Services

    "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.” in The Medical Library Association Encyclopedic Guide to Searching and Finding Health Information on the Web, edited by P.F. Anderson and Nancy J. Allee, Vol. 2, 30-34. New York: Neal-Schuman, 2004.

    "Delaware.” Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2008.

    "Eye and Vision Disorders.” In The Medical Library Association Encyclopedic Guide to Searching and Finding Health Information on the Web, edited by P.F. Anderson and Nancy J. Allee, Vol. 2, 74-78. New York: Neal-Schuman, 2004.

    "'If the Union Wins, We Won't Have Anything Left': The Rise and Fall of the Southern Cherokees of Kansas.” Kansas History: a Journal of the Central Plains 30 [Autumn 2007]: 154-77.

    "Lenapah.” Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2008.

    "New Alluwe.” Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2008.

    "Nowata County.” Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2008.

    "'Slavery All the Time, Or Not At All': The Wyandotte Constitution Debate, 1859-1861.” In Kansas Territorial Reader, edited by Virgil W. Dean, 82-96. Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society and the Kansas Territorial Sesquicentennial Commission, 2005.

    "South Coffeyville.” Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2008.

    "Wann.” Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2008.

    "'Within the Limits of the Southern Confederacy': The C.S.A.'s Interest in the Quapaw, Osage, and Cherokee Tribal Lands of Kansas.” Kansas History: a Journal of the Central Plains 26 [Autumn 2003]: 172-85.


 Ron Chioldi, D.M.A.
Associate Professor of Music

    Lyke, James, Denise Edwards, Geoff Haydon, Ronald Chioldi.  Keyboard Fundamentals, Book 1, 5th ed.  Champaign, IL: Stipes Publishing, 2007.

    Lyke, James, Denise Edwards, Geoff Haydon, Ronald Chioldi.  Keyboard Fundamentals, Book 2, 5th ed.  Champaign, IL: Stipes Publishing, 2007.


Cindy Cisar, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biology

    Cisar, C.R., J.M. Balog, N.B. Anthony, & A.M. Donoghue. “Differential Expression of Cardiac Muscle Mitochondrial Matrix Proteins in Broilers from Ascites-Resistant and Susceptible lines.” Poultry Science 84 [2005]: 704-708.

    Cisar, C.R., J.M. Balog, N.B. Anthony, M. Iqbal, W.G. Bottje, & A.M. Donoghue. “Differential Expression of Mitochondrial Electron Transport Chain Proteins in Cardiac Tissues of Broilers from Pulmonary Hypertension Syndrome Resistant and Susceptible Broiler Lines.” Poultry Science 83 [2004]: 1420-1426.
    
    Cisar, C.R., J.M. Balog, R. Okimoto, N.B. Anthony, & A.M. Donoghue. “The Chicken Bone Morphogenetic Protein Receptor Type II [BMPR2] Gene Maps to Chromosome 7.” Animal Genetics 34 [2003]: 475-476.
 
    Cisar, C.R., J.M. Balog, N.B. Anthony, & A.M. Donoghue. “Sequence Analysis of Bone Morphogenetic Protein Receptor Type II mRNA from Ascitic and Non-Ascitic Commercial Broilers.” Poultry Science 82 [2003]:1494-1499.

    Donoghue, A.M., W.E. Huff, G.R. Huff, N.R. Rath, J.M. Balog, C.R. Cisar, C.R., B.E Haggard, and P.E. Moore, Jr. "Overview of Research Conducted at the ARS Poultry Production and Product Safety Research Unit."  Breeders Round Table Proceedings, St. Louis, Missouri, 2004.


Roger Collier, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Finance

    Roger Collier. “Financial Planning for Lutheran Church Workers.” Cross Accent:   Journal of the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians 15, no. 3 [2007]: 10-14.


Bill Corbett, Ph.D.
Professor of History

    "Prisoner of War Camps.” In Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture.  Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2006 at www.okhistory.org.

    "Suffrage Amendment.”  In Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture.  Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2006 at www.okhistory.org.

    "Transportation.” In Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture.  Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2006 at www.okhistory.org.

    “Washita, the Battle of.” In Encyclopedia of the Great Plains, edited by David J. Wishart.  Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2004.

    "Washita, the Battle of.” In Encyclopedia of the Great Plains, edited by David J. Wishart, 217.  Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2007.

    With Rachel Whitaker.  "Union Agency.” In Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture.  Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2006 at www.okhistory.org.


Bridget Cowlishaw, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English

    Baker, Terri M., PhD., Joseph Faulds, Ph.D., Bridget Roussell Cowlishaw, Ph.D., Christopher Malone, Ph.D., eds.  Vision and Voice: a College Reader/Rhetoric.  Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press, 2004.

    Baker, Terri M., PhD., Joseph Faulds, Ph.D., Bridget Roussell Cowlishaw, Ph.D., Christopher Malone, Ph.D., eds. Vision and Voice: a College Reader/Rhetoric, 2nd edition.  Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press, 2006.


Lynn Cyert, Ph.D., O.D.
Professor of Optometry

    Fulk, G.W., L.A. Cyert, & D.E. Parker. “A Randomized Clinical Trial of Bifocal Glasses for Myopic Children with Esophoria: Results After 54 Months.” Optometry 73, no. 8 [2002]: 470-476.
    Fulk, G.W., L.A. Cyert, & D.E. Parker. “Changes over 30 Months in Lens Thickness and Anterior Chamber Depth in Myopic Children.” J Optom Vis Develop 34, no. 1 [2003]: 5-12.
    Fulk, G.W., L.A. Cyert, D.E. Parker & R.W. West. “The Effect of Changing from Glasses to Soft Contact Lenses on Myopia Progression in Adolescents.” Ophthalmic Physiol Opt 23, no. 1 [2003]: 71-77.

    Schmidt, P.P., M.G. Maguire, B. Moore, L. Cyert for the Vision In Preschoolers Study Group. “Testability of Preschoolers on Stereotests Used to Screen Vision Disorders.” Optometry and Vision Science 80 [2003]: 753-757.

    Vision In Preschoolers [VIP] Study Group. “Children Unable to Perform Screening Tests in Vision In Preschoolers Study: Proportion with Ocular Conditions and Impact on Measures of Test Accuracy.” Invest Ophthalmol Vision Science 84 [2007]: 83-87.

    Vision In Preschoolers [VIP] Study Group. “Comparison of Preschool Vision Screening Tests as Administered by Licensed Eye Care Professionals in the Vision In Preschoolers [VIP] Study.” Ophthalmology 111 [2004]:637-50.  [Paper received Editor’s Choice Award from the journal].

    Vision In Preschoolers [VIP] Study Group. “The Electronic Visual Acuity Tester: Testability in Preschool Children.” Optometry and Vision Science 81 [2004]: 238-44.

    Vision In Preschoolers [VIP] Study Group. “Implementation of a Preschool Vision Screening Program in a Mobile Setting.” The NHSA Dialog 8 [2005]: 16-24.    
    Vision In Preschoolers [VIP] Study Group. “Preschool Visual Acuity Screening with HOTV and Lea Symbols: Testability and Between-Test Agreement.” Optometry and Vision Science 81 [2004]: 678-683. [Chair, Writing Committee]

    Vision In Preschoolers [VIP] Study Group. “Preschool Vision Screening Tests Administered by Nurse Screeners Compared to Lay Screeners in the Vision in Preschoolers Study.” Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 46 [2005]: 2639-2648.
    Vision in Preschoolers Study Group. “Random Dot E Stereotest: Testability and Reliability in 3- to 5-Year-Old Children.”  J AAPOS 10 [2006]: 507-514.

    Vision In Preschoolers [VIP] Study Group. “Sensitivity of Screening Test Performance for Detecting VIP-Targeted Vision Disorders and Associated Risk Factors when Specificity is set at 94%.” Optometry and Vision Science 82 [2005]: 432-438.

    Vision In Preschoolers [VIP] Study Group. “Threshold Visual Acuity Testing of Preschool Children Using the Crowded HOTV Acuity Test and the Lea Symbols Acuity Test.” J AAPOS 7 [2003]: 396-399. [Chair of the Writing Committee]
    Vision In Preschoolers [VIP] Study Group. “Visual Acuity Results in School-Aged Children and Adults: Lea Symbols Chart Versus Bailey-Lovie Chart.” Optometry and Vision Science 80 [2003]: 650-654.
        Vision in Preschoolers [VIP] Study Group. “Impact of Confidence Number on the Screening Accuracy of the Retinomax Autorefractor.” Optometry and Vision Science 84 [2007]:181-188.   


Denise Da Ros-Voseles, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education
    
        Da Ros-Voseles, D. ”In Praise of Sandboxes.” Dimensions of Early Childhood [Summer 2002]: 21-24.

    Da Ros-Voseles, D. & B. Kovach.  Being with Babies.  Gryphon House, Inc., 2008.

    Da Ros-Voseles, D. & L. Moss. “The Role of Dispositions in the Education of Future Teachers.” Young Children [September 2007]: 90-98.

    Da Ros-Voseles, Denise A., Kathleen M.T. Collins, Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, & Qun G. Jiao. “Effect of Self-Perception on Performance of Graduate-Level Cooperative Groups in Research Methodlogy Courses.” Journal of Instructional Psychology 35, no. 3, September 2008, p. 254-259.

    Parrott, M. & Da Ros-Voseles. “The Role Dispositions, Efficacy, and Autonomy Play in the Education of Pre-Service Teachers.” The Constructivist 15 [1], 1 - 15. 2004.

    With Baldwin, Vernoice G. and Kevin J. Swick. “Creating a Caring Community: The University of Arkansas Nursery School Experience.” Early Childhood Education 30, no. 3 [2003]: 57-62.

    With Collins, Kathleen and Anthony Onwuegbuzie. “Graduate Cooperative Groups: Rose of Perfectionism.” Academic Exchange Quarterly 7, NO. 3 [2003]: 307-311. http://www.higher-ed.org/AEQ/

    With Dangi, Debra and Jacquelyn Aurilio. “Aligning Professional Preparation and Practice: Bringing Constructivist Learning to Kindergarten.” Dimensions of Early Childhood 31, no. 2 [2003]: 33-38.

    With Fowler-Haughey, Sally. “What are Dispositions and Why are They Important?” Young Children [Beyond the Journal] 2007, www.journal.naeyc.org/btj


Kevin David, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Ph.D.


    David, Kevin M., & Bridget C. Murphy. “Interparental Conflict and Late Adolescents’ Sensitization to Conflict: The Moderating Effects of Emotional Functioning and Gender.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 33, no. 3 [June 2004]: 187-200.
        
    David, Kevin M., & Bridget C. Murphy. “Interparental Conflict and Preschoolers’ Peer Relations: The Moderating Roles of Temperament and Gender.” Social Development 16 [2007]: 1-23.

    David, Kevin M., Bridget C. Murphy, Janett M. Naylor, & Kim M. Stonecipher. “The Effects of Conflict Role and Intensity on Preschoolers’ Expectations about Peer Conflict.  International Journal of Behavioral Development 28, no. 6 [2004]: 508-517.


Swen Digranes, Ph.D.
Professor of Educational Foundations and Leadership

    Digranes, J.L. & S.H. Digranes.  Enhancing the Physical Environment to Facilitate Adult Learning [PowerPoint Presentation].  Arkansas Association of Two Year Colleges, Hot Springs, AR, October, 2003.

    Digranes, J.L., S.H. Digranes, R. Cambiano & J. Brittain. “Online Students Speak:  Building Creative Online Instruction That Overcomes Technology Issues.”  32nd Annual Improving University Teaching International Conference Proceedings, Jaén, Spain, 2007.  Also retrieved September 12, 2007 from: http://www.iutconference.org/2007/pdfs/Papers/DigranesCambianoBrittain.pdf

    Digranes, S.H. & J.L. Digranes. “Instructional Tools for Gender Equity in the College Classroom.” 28th Annual Improving University Teaching International Conference Proceedings, Vaxjo, Sweden, 2003.

    Digranes, S.H. & J.L. Digranes. “Learner Centered Design for Higher Education Classrooms.”  29th Annual Improving University Teaching International Conference Proceedings, Bern, Switzerland, 2004.

    Digranes, S.H. & J.L. Digranes. “Technology in the Classroom:  Maximizing Your Textbook’s Technology Tools.” 30th Annual Improving University Teaching International Conference Proceedings, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2005.

    Digranes, S.H. & J.L. Digranes. “Transforming Teacher Questioning to Enhance Teacher/Student Interactions and Student Achievement [PowerPoint Presentation].”  33rd Annual Improving University Teaching International Conference Proceedings, Glasgow, Scotland, 2008.


Shae Donham-Foutch, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Health & Human Performance

    “Teaching Skills and Health-related Fitness Through a Preservice Gymnastics Program.” The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance 78, no. 5 [May/June 2007]: 35-38.


Rebecca Enloe, O.D.
Assistant Professor of Optometry

    Pack, L.D., M.G. Wickham, R.A. Enloe & D.N. Hill. “Microbial Contamination Associated with Mascara Use.” Optometry - Journal of the American Optometric Association 79 [2008]: 587-593.


Patrick Enright, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English

    Enright, Patrick D.  "Cyril Tourneur [1575?-1626].” In The Age of Milton: an Encyclopedia of Major 17th-century British and American Authors,.  edited by Alan Hager; Advisory Editor, Emmanuel S. Nelson, 328-331. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2004.

    Enright, Patrick D. “HENRY V In Kansas City.” The Shakespeare Newsletter 56, no. 1 [Spring/Summer 2006]: 27. No. 268.


Dana L. Eversole, Ed.D.
Associate Professor of Mass Communication

    “Battle of the Eye Doctors Continues.” Tahlequah Daily Press, December 7, 2007, 3A.

“Battle of the Eye Doctors Continues.” Tahlequah Daily Press, December 13, 2007.

    “Medical Justice - Most Frivolous Medical Malpractice Lawsuit.” Tahlequah Daily Press, November 28, 2007.


Carl Farinelli, Ed.D.
Professor of Education

    “Linking Program Design of Educational Programs to Social and Cultural Issues.” Citizenship & Ideology in Education, hosted by University of Tulsa, 18-20 February 18-20, 2005.


Joseph Faulds, Ph.D.
Professor of English

    Baker, Terri M., PhD., Joseph Faulds, Ph.D., Bridget Roussell Cowlishaw, Ph.D., Christopher Malone, Ph.D., eds.  Vision and Voice: a College Reader/Rhetoric.  Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press, 2004.

    Baker, Terri M., PhD., Joseph Faulds, Ph.D., Bridget Roussell Cowlishaw, Ph.D., Christopher Malone, Ph.D., eds. Vision and Voice: a College Reader/Rhetoric, 2nd edition.  Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press, 2006.


Roxanne Fillmore, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education

    Giese, B., R. Fillmore, D. Landry.  “Whatever Happened to Reading for Fun?”  In Why Kids Hate School, edited by S. Jones, C. Pearlman, & E. Sheffield. Kendall/Hunt Pub., 2007.


Susan Frusher, Ph.D.
Professor of Education, Ph.D.

    Bonner, J., R. Cambiano, & S. Frusher. “Teaching and Learning Challenges of the 21st Century: Developing and Utilizing Instructional Strategies in Distant Learning Environments.” In Third International Education and Development Conference Proceedings, edited by D. Vukasovic, 5-14. Bangkok, Thailand: 2008.

    Frusher, S. & M. Watt. “A Temporary Enclosed Community: the U.S.S. Fletcher on Deployment.” The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 2, no. 3 [2007]: 13-21.


Bonnie Giese, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Education

    Giese, B., R. Fillmore, D. Landry.  “Whatever Happened to Reading for Fun?”  In Why Kids Hate School, edited by S. Jones, C. Pearlman, & E. Sheffield. Kendall/Hunt Pub., 2007.

    Giese, Bonnie, Johnnye Koonce Morton, Maureen Siera, & Kay Lallier Grant.  “Confronting Dispositions toward Diversity through Children’s Literature.” Southeastern Teacher Education Journal 1, no. 1 [Fall 2008]: 67-76.


Kay Lallier Grant, Ed.D
Dean & Associate Professor of Education


    Giese, Bonnie, Johnnye Koonce Morton, Maureen Siera, & Kay Lallier Grant.  “Confronting Dispositions toward Diversity through Children’s Literature.” Southeastern Teacher Education Journal 1, no. 1 [Fall 2008]: 67-76.



Ken Hancock, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education

    “Jesus V. the United States Supreme Court: Prayer in the School House.” Contemporary Law and Justice Journal  8 [Fall 2008]: 28-36.

Patrick Harrington, M.S.
Instructor in Computer Science

    Bilal, M., J.P. Thomas, P. Harrington, A. Abraham. “BPEL Processes for Non-Repudiation Protocols in Web Services.” Next Generation Web Services Practices, 2005. NWeSP 2005. International Conference, August 22-26, 2005.

    Harrington, P.,  M. Gordon, A. Nauli, M. Paprzycki, S. Williams, J. Wright. "Using Software Agents to Index Data in an E-Travel System.” Proceedings of the 7th Sci Conference, Orlando, Florida, 2003.

    Li, X., H. Kang, P. Harrington, & J. Thomas. “Autonomic and Trusted Computing Paradigms.” 3rd International Conference on Autonomic and Trusted Computing [ATC 2006], Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Verlag, 2006.

    Wright, J., M. Gordon, M. Paprzycki, P. Harrington, S. Williams. "Using the ebXML Registry Repository to Manage Information in an Internet Travel Support System.” Proceedings of the BIS 2003 Conference. Poznan, Poland: Poznan University of Economics Press, 2003.


Connie Henshaw, M.S.
Instructor in English

    Baker, Terri M. and Connie Oliver Henshaw, eds.  Women Who Pioneered Oklahoma, Stories from the WPA Narratives.  Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2007.


Daniel Hutchison, M.B.A.
Associate Professor of Telecommunications Management

    Hutchison, Dan & Ernst Bekkering. “Accuracy vs. False Positive Rates in Commercial Anti-Spam Solutions.” Proceedings: Second Annual Business and Leadership Symposium, September 27-28, 2006.  Hays, KS: Management Development Center, Fort Hays State University, 2006.


Brian Jackson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Business Administration   

    “Myopic Firm Behavior Thwarting Intent of Average Revenue Lagged Regulation.” The Journal of Economics 33, no. 1 [2007].

    With Dr. Kevin Currier. “A Pedagocial Note on the Superiority of Price Cap Regulation to Rate of Return Regulation.” Journal of Economic Education 39, no. 3 [2008].

Peggy Kaney, M.F.A., M.L.I.S.
Instructor in Library Services

    Kaney, P. L., B.M. Flack, & D.G. Graham. “Communicating and training across the hours: Using course-management software to enhance student training and build community.” In Brick & Click Libraries: Proceedings of an Academic Library Symposium, edited by C. J. Ury, F. Baudino, & S. G. Park, 61-65. Maryville, MO: Northwest Missouri State University,  2007.


Andemariam Kidanemariam, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Sociology

    A Comparative Study of Infant Mortality in Four Developing Countries.  Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2003.


Benjamin R. Kracht, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology & Anthropology

    “Dance, Plains.” In American Indian Religious Traditions: an Encyclopedia, edited by Suzanne Crawford and Dennis F. Kelley, 206-213. Denver: ABC-CLIO, 2005.

    “Kiowa.” In Dictionary of American History, 3rd edition, Vol. 4, edited by Stanley I. Kutler, 532-534. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2003.
        
    “Kiowa.”In Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. Oklahoma Historical Society, 2007.
    http//digital library.okstate.edu/encyclopedia/ entries/K/KIO17.html

    “Kiowa-Comanche-Apache Opening.” In Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. Oklahoma Historical Society. 2007.
    http//digital library. Okstate.edu/encyclopedia/entries/K/KIO20/html

    “Kiowas.” In Encyclopedia of the Great Plains Indians, edited by David J. Wishart,106-108.  Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2007.

    “Kiowas.” Encyclopedia of the Great Plains, edited by David J. Wishart, 580-581. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2004.

    “Powwow.” Dictionary of American History, 3rd edition, Vol. 6, edited by Stanley I. Kutler, 444.  New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2003.

    “Sacred Societies, Plains.” In American Indian Religious Traditions: an Encyclopedia, edited by Suzanne Crawford and Dennis F. Kelley, 974-987. Denver: ABC-CLIO, 2005.

    “Spiritual and Ceremonial Practitioners, Plains.” in American Indian Religious Traditions: an Encyclopedia, edited by Suzanne Crawford and Dennis F. Kelley, 1025-1035. Denver: ABC-CLIO, 2005.

    “Yuwipi Ceremony.” American Indian Religious Traditions: an Encyclopedia, edited by Suzanne Crawford and Dennis F. Kelley, 1168-1173. Denver: ABC-CLIO, 2005.

    
Angel Kymes, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Library Media & Information Technology

    Dunlop, J. & A. Kymes. “Analysis of Media Literacy Curriculum: The Center for Media Literacy’s Media Lit Kit.” Studies in Media and Information Literacy Education. 7, no.3 [2007].

    Kymes, A. “The Library Media Center: At the Center of Media Literacy Education.” In Media Literacy: Transforming Curriculum and Teaching, edited by G. Schwarz & P.U. Brown. 104th Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005.

    Kymes, A. “A Review of Chaos, Complexity, Curriculum, and Culture: A Conversation.” Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue 9, nos. 1 & 2 [2007]: 327-330.

    Kymes, A. “A Review of the Research: Comparing Print and Online Strategy Use.” In Studies in First and Second Language Reading Strategies, edited by K. Mokhtari & R. Sheorey. Norwood, MA: Christopher-Gordon, 2008.

    Kymes, A. “Teaching Online Comprehension Using Think-Alouds.” Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy 48, no. 6 [2005]: 492-500.

    Stansberry, S.L. & A. Kymes. “Transformative Learning through ‘Teaching with Technology’ Portfolios.” Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy 50, no. 6 [March 2007]: 488-496.

Debbie Landry, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor of Curriculum & Instruction

    Giese, B., R. Fillmore, D. Landry.  “Whatever Happened to Reading for Fun?”  In Why Kids Hate School, edited by S. Jones, C. Pearlman, & E. Sheffield. Kendall/Hunt Publishing, 2007.


David Linebarger, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Humanities
    
    “After Fifty Years” and “Waiting for a Tune-Up.” Real.  30, no. 2 [Fall/Winter 2005].
“Across the Street” and “Searching.” The Bitter Oleander.  9, no. 2 [Fall 2003].
“At the Monterey Bay Aquarium.” Cider Press Review 6 [2005].
    “Between Two Lines of a Stevens’ Poem.” The Wallace Stevens Journal. 31, no. 2 [Fall  2007].
“Birth.” Potpourri.  15, no. 2 [Spring 2003].
“Bus Trip.” Sulphur River Literary Review [Spring 2007].
“Childhood.” Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review 25 [Fall/Winter 2005].
“Great Sports Moments.” The Melic Review [June 2002].
    “Paganini’s Fingers” and “History Lesson From the High School Bleachers.” Cape Rock [Spring 2007].
 “Song for Father’s Day.” The Wallace Stevens Journal.  27, no. 2 [Fall 2003].
“Turning Eighty.” Poetry Depth Quarterly [2007].
War Stories [chapbook], Pudding House Publications, 2006.
“Winos.” Slipstream 28 [2008].



Christopher Malone, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English

    Baker, Terri M., PhD., Joseph Faulds, Ph.D., Bridget Roussell Cowlishaw, Ph.D., Christopher Malone, Ph.D., eds.  Vision and Voice: a College Reader/Rhetoric.  Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press, 2004.

    Baker, Terri M., PhD., Joseph Faulds, Ph.D., Bridget Roussell Cowlishaw, Ph.D., Christopher Malone, Ph.D., eds. Vision and Voice: a College Reader/Rhetoric, 2nd edition.  Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press, 2006.


John Mercer, Ph.D.
Professor of English

    Courtney, Krystyna Kujawiska, and John M. Mercer, eds. The Globalization of Shakespeare in the Nineteenth Century.  Lewiston, NY:  Edwin Mellen Press, 2003.
    Mercer, John M.  “‘Speaking Eloquently to the Nineteenth Century’: Physical Images of Shakespeare and His Characters in Victorian St. Louis.”  The Globalization of Shakespeare in the Nineteenth Century, edited by Krystyna Kujawiska Courtney and John M. Mercer, 185-197.  Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2003.

    Mercer, John M.  “Ben De Bar as Falstaff, 1872-77: St. Louis’s Gift to Shakespearean Performance in America.”  In A Search for Meaning: Critical Essays on Early Modern Literature, edited by Paula Harms Payne, 81-94.  New York: Peter Lang, 2004.


John Milbauer, Ph.D.
Professor of Geography

“Common Houses in Eastern Oklahoma.”  Material Culture 36, no. 1 [2004]: 1-17.


Brad Montgomery-Anderson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English

    “Citing Verbs in Polysynthetic Languages: The Case of the Cherokee-English Dictionary.” Southwest Journal of Linguistics. 27, no. 1 [2008].

    “Light Verbs and Split Ergativity in the Cholan languages' Kansas Working Papers.” Linguistics 28 [2006].

    “A Model for Indigenous Language Revival.” Journal of Indigenous Nations Studies 6, no. 1 [2008]: 23-43.

    With Peter, Lizette, Tracy Hirata-Edds, and Brad Montgomery-Anderson. “Acquiring Cherokee as a Second Language through Kindergarten Immersion: Issues for Consideration.” International Journal of Applied Linguistics 18, no. 2 [2008]: 166-187.


Judy Moody, Ph.D.
Instructor in Educational Foundations & Leadership

    Career Decisions in Computer Technology Fields: Influences, Barriers, and Gender Issues. VDM Verlag Dr. Müller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG Dudweiler Landstr. 2008.


Linda Moss, Ph.D.
Instructor in Educational Foundations & Leadership

    Assessing Dispositions Towards Teaching Students of Diversity - a Study of Oklahoma Careertech Teachers. VDM Verlag Dr. Muller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG Dudweiler Landstr., 2008.

    DaRos-Voseles, D. & L. Moss. “The Role of Dispositions in the Education of Future Teachers.” Young Children [September 2007]: 90-98.


Latricia Pack, O.D.
Associate Professor of Optometry

    Pack L.D., M.G. Wickham, R.A. Enloe, D.N. Hill. “Microbial Contamination Associated with Mascara Use.” Optometry - Journal of the American Optometric Association 79 [2008]: 587-593.


Martha Parrott, Ed.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics

    Parrott, M.  “Constructivism and your classroom.” Teaching for Success 16, no. 6 [2004]: 8.

    Parrott, M.  “How to Create a Technology-Friendly Mathematics Classroom.” Teaching for Success 16, no. 8 [2004]: 6-7.

    Parrott, M. “Jason’s Story:  A First-Year Dilemma.” New Teacher Advocate 12, no. 2 [2004]: 8,12.

    Parrott, M. & Da Ros-Voseles. “The Role Dispositions, Efficacy, and Autonomy Play in the Education of Pre-Service Teachers.” The Constructivist 15, no. 1 [2004]: 1-15.


Mark Paulissen, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biology

    Merchant, M.E., L. Fleury, R. Rutherford, and M. A. Paulissen. 2008. Effects of bacterial lipopolysaccharide on thermoregulation in green anole Lizards [Anolis carolinensis]. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 125 [2008]:176-181.

    Paulissen, M.A., J. M. Walker, and H. L. Taylor. “Diet of Sympatric Pattern Classes C and E of the Parthenogenetic Whiptail Lizard Aspidoscelis tesselata at Sumner Lake, De Baca County, New Mexico.” Southwestern Naturalist 51 [2006]: 555-560.

    Paulissen, M.A. “Spatial Learning in the Little Brown Skink, Scincella Lateralis: the Role of Experience.” Animal Behaviour  76 [2008]: 135-141.


Douglas Penisten, O.D., Ph.D.
Associate Dean, Professor of Optometry

    Penisten, Douglas K., David A. Goss, Greg Philpott, Anthony Pham & Roger W. West. “Comparisons of Dynamic Retinoscopy Measurements with a Print Card, a Video Display Terminal, and a PRIO System Tester as Test Targets.” Optometry 75 [2004]: 231-240.


Barbara Ray, Ed.D.
Associate Professor of Library Media

    Bartoletti, R., B. Ray, & S. Sargent. Reading Institute: Reading and the School Library Media Specialist. Chicago, IL: American Association of School Librarians, 2007.



Mia Revels, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biology
    
    Revels, M.R. “First Swainson’s Warbler Nest Documented in Oklahoma Since 1917.” Bulletin of the Oklahoma Ornithological Society 36, nos. 1-2 [2003]: 1-3.

    Revels, M.R.  “Pine Warbler.” “Black-and white Warbler.” “Gray Catbird.” “Eastern Towhee.” and “Baltimore Oriole.”  In Breeding Bird Atlas of Oklahoma, edited by Dan L. Reinking. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2004.

    Revels, M.R. and T.L. Whitworth,  “First Record of Swainson's Warbler Parasitism by Protocalliphora Blow Fly Larva.” Wilson Bulletin [now Wilson Journal of Ornithology] 117, no. 2 [2005]: 199-200.


Tom Rink, M.L.I.S.
Instructor of Library Services

    "The Gun-Carrying Librarian.” The One-Person Library 21, no. 7 [Nov 2004]: 5-8.

    "A Really Alternative Career in Librarianship.” Info Career Trends: LISjobs.com's Professional Development Newsletter [March 15, 2005].  http://www.lisjobs.com/newsletter/archives/mar05trink/htm.

    "The Round-about Story of the ‘Gun-Carrying’ Librarian.” Oklahoma Librarian 54, no. 5 [September/October 2004]: 52-53. [The full article of the above excerpt was published to the OLA website [Career Recruitment and Retention Committee]: http://www.rose.edu/lrc/careers/rink.asp.]

    "Special Libraries, Police Force Librarian.”  Chapter 59 in A Day in the Life: Career Options in Library and Information Science, edited by Priscilla Shontz and Richard A. Murray, 259-262.  Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2007.

William J. Rosener, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Information Systems

    Reeve, Elizabeth, Tamara Cooksey, Greg Kelley, Dr. Ernest Bekkering, & Dr. Bill Rosener. “What Types of Learning Styles are Best for Business?”  25th Annual Southwest Business Symposium Proceedings, May 2008, Edmond, OK: College of Business Administration, University of Central Oklahoma, 205-206.

Tom Salmon, O.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Optometry

    Horner, D.G., T.O. Salmon, and P.S. Soni.  Chapter 17: Corneal Topography. In Borish’s Clinical Refraction, edited by I.M. Borish and W.J. Benjamin. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company, 2006.

    Salmon, T.O. and L.N. Thibos.  “Videokeratoscope—Line-of-Sight Misalignment and Its Effect on Measurements of Corneal and Internal Aberrations.” J Opt Soc Am - A 19 [2002]: 657-669.

    Salmon, T.O., van de Pol, C. “Evaluation of a clinical aberrometer for lower-order accuracy and repeatability, higher-order repeatability and instrument myopia.” Optom J Am Opt Assoc 76 [2005]: 461-472.

    Salmon, T.O., van de Pol, C. “Normal-eye Zernike coefficients and RMS wavefront errors.” J Cataract Refr Surg 32 [2006]: 2064-2074.

    Salmon, Thomas O., Roger W. West, Wayne Gasser, & Todd Kenmore. “Measurement of Refractive Errors in Young Myopes Using the COAS Shack-Hartmann Aberrometer.” Optometry and Vision Science 80 [2003]: 6-14.

    Salmon, Thomas O. and Roger W. West. “Optical Wavefront Sensing of the Human Eye.” Chapter in Research Signpost - Recent Research Developments in Optics, edited by S.G. Pandalai, 183-214.  Fort, Trivandrum, India, 2002.

     West, Roger W. Thomas O. Salmon & Julia K. Sawyer.”The Influence of the Epicanthal Fold on the Perceived Direction of Gaze.” Optometry and Vision Science 85, no. 11 [November 2008].

Linda Sanders, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology

    Chapters 1 and 16 in Assessment of Children; Cognitive Foundations, 5th edition, by Jerome M. Sattler, 1-21 and 565-604. LaMesa, CA: Sattler Publications, Inc., 2008.

Amy Aldridge Sanford, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Communication

Aldridge, A. N. “The Block Game.” Communication Teacher 18, no. 2.

    Ballooned, Cara L., J. A. Gueguen, C.M. Sabee, R.S. Imes, Y. Li, & A.A. Sanford. “Provider-patient dialogue about internet health information: An exploration of strategies to improve the provider-patient relationship.” Patient Education and  Counseling 66, no. 3 [2007]: 346-352.

    Ballooned, Cara L.,Christina M., Sabee, Rebecca S. Imes, & Amy Aldridge Sanford. “Exploration of the Construct of Reliance Among Patients Who Talk With Their Providers about Internet Information.” Journal of Health Communication 12, no. 1 [2007]: 17-28.

    Sabee, Christina M., Cara L. Ballooned, Rebecca S. Imes, Amy Aldridge Sanford & Ian S. Rice. “Patients’ Attributions for Health-Care Provider Responses to Patients’ Presentation of Internet Health Research.” Southern Communication Journal 72, no. 3 , [July-September 2007]: 265-284.


Stephan Sargent, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor of Curriculum & Instruction

    Bartoletti, R., Ray, B., & Sargent, S.  Reading Institute: Reading and the School Library Media Specialist. Chicago, IL: American Association of School Librarians, 2007.

Sargent, S.E.  “Book Talk.” Words 31, no. 7 [October 3, 2005]: 1.

    Sargent, S.E. [2005]. “The Case of Sam: Observations of a Struggling Reader.” Literacy Cases Online: A Publication of the College Reading Association 2, no. 2. Available at http://fp.okstate.edu/goetze

Sargent, S.E. “Encourage Kids to Read This Summer.” The Tulsa Beacon [May 2008]

Sargent, S.E. “Enhancing Vocabulary.” The Tulsa Beacon [January 2006].

Sargent, S.E.  “From the President.” Words 1 [September 1, 2006]: 1.

Sargent, S.E.  “From the President.” Words 2 [October 2006]: 1.

Sargent, S.E.  “From the President.” Words 3 [February 1, 2007]: 1.

    Sargent, S.E. “How can we get more education students involved in the National Education Association’s student program?”  Advisements:  A Journal of the National Education Association [2005].

Sargent, S.E. “How to Stop Choppy Reading, The Tulsa Beacon [December 2005].

    Sargent, S.E. “Motivating the Uninspired Reader.” The Tulsa Beacon [October 2005].

    Sargent, S.E.  “The nontraditional student: An untapped population for NEA’s student program.” Advisements: A Journal of the National Education Association, 2005.

    Sargent, S.E. “Oral reading fluency: A predictor of reading achievement.” Balanced Reading Instruction 11, no. 1 [2004]: 1-16.

    Sargent, S.E.  “Oral reading fluency: A predictor of reading proficiency in fifth grade students?” Dissertation Abstracts International 63, 10A. [University Microfilms No: AAI3066191], 2002.

    Sargent, S.E. “Reading ‘to, with, and by’ Children Aids Development.” The Tulsa Beacon [September 2005].

    Sargent, S.E., & M. Mwavita. “Extra! Extra! Read All About It! Newspapers Impact Students’ Reading Attitude.” Balanced Reading Instruction 12 [2005]: 39-54.

    Sargent, S.E,, N. Hill, & S. Morrison. [2006]. “The impact of university reading clinics: Parental perceptions.” Twenty-eighth Yearbook of the College Reading Association. Commerce, TX: The University of Texas Press, 2006.

    Walker, B.J., K. Mokhtari, & S. Sargent. “Reading fluency: More than fast and accurate reading.” In, Fluency instruction: Research-based best practices, edited by T. Rasinski, C. Blachowicz, & K. Lems, 86-105. New York: The Guilford Press, 2006.


Julie Sawyer, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics

    Instructor’s Solutions Manual [to Accompany] Introductory Statistics, 6TH ed., Prem S. Mann, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2007.

    Students Solutions Manual [to Accompany] Introductory Statistics, 6TH ed., Prem S. Mann, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2007.

        West, R.W., T.O. Salmon & J.K. Sawyer. “The Influence of the Epicanthal Fold on the Perceived Direction of Gaze.” Optometry and Vision Science 85, no. 11, [November 2008].


David Scott, Ph.D.
Professor of Speech Communication

    Scott, D.K. “The Eisenhower/Khrushchev Rhetorical Compact: Toward a Model of Cooperative Public Discourse.” Southern Communication Journal 68 [2003]: 287-307.

    Scott, D.K. “Libertarian Party.” In Encyclopedia of Political Communication, edited by L.L. Kaid & C. Holtz-Bacha.  Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 2007.

    Scott, D.K.   The “Madman” Rhetoric of Richard Nixon: An Alternative Means to Establish Geopolitical Ethos.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Central States Communication Association [Kansas City, MO, April 6-10, 2005].  On-Line Publication: Education Resources Information Center [ERIC ED490428].

    Scott, D.K. “Nikita Khrushchev.” In. Encyclopedia of Political Communication edited by L.L. Kaid & C. Holtz-Bacha.  Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 2007.

    Scott, D.K., R.H. Gobetz, The U.S. Supreme Court 1969-1992: A Shift Toward an Individualistic Style of Judging.” Communication Studies 54 [2003]: 211-229.

    Scott, D.K., R.H. Gobetz, M. Chanslor.  “Chain versus Independent Television Station Ownership: Toward an Investment Model of Commitment to Local News Quality.  Communication Studies 59 [2008], 84-98.


Linda West, M.L.S.
Assistant Professor of Library Services

    With Sarah Brick Archer. "Do You Have a Personal Home Page?" Oklahoma Librarian 52, no. 1 [2002]: 4.

    With Sarah Brick Archer. “Internet Insider:  More Than an E-Business Card: How Academic Librarians Can Use Personal Home Pages Effectively.” College and  Undergraduate Libraries 9  [2002]:  33-39.


Roger West, Ph.D., O.D.
Professor of Optometry

    Fulk, George W., Lynn A. Cyert, D.E. Parker & Roger W. West. “The Effect of Changing From Glasses to Soft Contact Lenses on Myopia Progression in Adolescents.” Ophthal Physiol Opt 23 [2003], 71-77.

    Goss, D.A. & R.W. West, Introduction to the Optics of the Eye.  Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2002.

    Penisten, Douglas K., David A. Goss, Greg Philpott, Anthony Pham & Roger W. West. “Comparisons of Dynamic Retinoscopy Measurements with a Print Card, a Video Display Terminal, and a PRIO System Tester as Test Targets.” Optometry 75 [2004]: 231-240.

    Salmon, Thomas O., Roger W. West, Wayne Gasser, & Todd Kenmore. “Measurement of Refractive Errors in Young Myopes Using the COAS Shack-Hartmann Aberrometer.” Optometry and Vision Science 80 [2003]: 6-14.

    Salmon, Thomas O. and Roger W. West. “Optical Wavefront Sensing of the Human Eye.” Chapter in Research Signpost - Recent Research Developments in Optics, edited by S.G. Pandalai, 183-214. Fort, Trivandrum, India, 2002.

    Stuteville, Jennifer L., Jeremy D. King & Roger W. West. “Redirecting Gaze to Improve the Cosmetic Appearance of Strabismus.” Optometry and Vision Science 84 [2007]: 865-871.

    West, Roger W. Thomas O. Salmon & Julia K. Sawyer. “The Influence of the Epicanthal Fold on the Perceived Direction of Gaze.” Optometry and Vision Science 85, no. 11 [November 2008].

    West, R. W. & H. G. VanVeen. “Gaze as Depicted in Vermeer’s ‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’.” Journal of General Psychology 134, no. 3 [2007]: 313-328.



Michael Wilds, J.D.
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice

    Wilds, M.  Quick Reference Guide to Gang Symbols. Imprimatur Press 2008, ISBN 1-60503-010-4.

     Pointer,J., Ogle, D. and Wilds, M.  My Little Green Book: Oklahoma Statutes, 2006-2007 edition.

      Wilds, M. and Heck, B.  "In the Wake of Political Turmoil: The Cherokee Nation.” Law Enforcement Executive Forum, Western Illinois Institute [2007]. ISBN 1552-9908

     Wilds, M. "Oklahoma Gang Assessment Summary: 2007.” Contemporary Law and Justice Journal 8 [Fall 2008].


Linda Wilson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Curriculum & Instruction

    Wilson, Linda Henshall.  How Students Really Learn: Instructional Strategies that Work.  Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Education, 2006.

    Wilson, Linda Henshall.  Teaching 201: Traveling beyond the Basics. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Education,  2004.


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