William E. Hall

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Cloze tests (i.e. fill-in-missing-parts tests) have been a long-standing measure of prose comprehension. Through human-subject experimentation, evidence was gathered to support the practical advantages of using the cloze procedure for measuring software comprehension. Cloze tests were found to be easy to construct, administer, and score and to be capable of(More)
The few studies that have addressed past effects of climate change on species distributions have mostly focused on plants due to the rarity of historical faunal baselines. However, hyperdiverse groups like Arthropoda are vital to monitor in order to understand climate change impacts on biodiversity. This is the first investigation of ground-dwelling(More)
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