Steven Rauschenberger

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Two thirds of the fantasy-prone college students (16 of total N = 24) who scored in the upper 4% of the population on the Inventory of Childhood Memories and Imaginings (ICMI; S.C. Wilson & T. X. Wilson, 1981) and who were administered a diagnostic interview met the criteria for either a past or present Axis I diagnosis according to the Diagnostic and(More)
On Thursday, the Commerce Department released its advance report on the nation's gross domestic product (GDP), the most comprehensive measure of overall economic activity. The report showed that real, or inflation-adjusted, GDP growth accelerated at a 3.1% annual rate last quarter, up from a meager 1.3% rate of growth in the previous quarter. Despite this(More)
  • Jeffrey M. Schoenberg, Terry Parke, +16 authors Edward H. Boss
  • 2006
SUMMARY Illinois' economy is the weakest of the underperforming Midwest. Poor public sector finances, an ailing downstate economy, and deteriorating demographics are hampering the state's recovery. Job growth has run at less than half of the national average in 2015, and the payroll survey actually showed a year-over-year decline in December. Consequently,(More)
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