Bethany Johnson

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For over 50 years the U.S. has been shifting away hom small, neighborhood schools to larger schools in lower density areas. Rates of children walking and biking to school have declined significantly over this period. This study examines the relationship between urban form, distance, and middle school students walking and biking to and from four schools in(More)
  • Jacquelyn Dowd, Hall, Jefferson Cowie, Jane Dailey, Matthew Lassiter, Nelson Lichtenstein +18 others
  • 2005
The black revolution is much more than a struggle for the rights of Negroes. It is forcing America to face all its interrelated flaws—racism, poverty, militarism, and materialism. It is exposing evils that are rooted deeply in the whole structure of our society. .. and su^ests that radical reconstruction of society is the real issue to be faced. —Martin(More)
A picture-word interference paradigm tracked patterns of activation during picture naming in 87 individuals (age range 17-80 years old). Distractor words were presented at stimulus onset asynchronies (SOAs) of -200, -100, and 0 ms bearing a has a-, location, or no relationship to the picture. Analyses of group naming reaction times revealed significant(More)
Let us know how access to this document benefits you. This project investigates issues related to parents' decisions about children's school transportation. This has become an important area of research due to the growing concerns that increased reliance on private automobile in school travel has led to adverse health impacts on children and negative(More)
Large-enrollment lecture-based classes are increasingly common in higher education. As an alternative approach, active learning methods are meant to develop academic skills and improve understanding of course content. Group work is an effective form of active learning, but students typically despise it. Social psychological small group theory can inform(More)
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