Faculty Research

Recent faculty scholarship

Connor, T., Graham, J., & Baranowsky, K. (2016). Systemic  Administration of IGF-II Facilitates Memory  Enhancement in Rats with Decreased trkB Receptor Activity in the Brain. Published in the documents for the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting; San Diego, CA.

Gaia, A. C. & Leite, M. (forthcoming). International education in the 21st century: Lessons learned from 9/11 and cautious hope for the future. In M. Finney & M. Shannon (Eds.), 9/11 and the Academy: Responses in the Liberal Arts and the 21st-century world. University Press of Colorado.

Leite, M., & Gaia, A. C. (2017). Cross-culture outcomes of a Brazilian professor Fulbright in the USA (English)/Resultados interculturaisde um professor brasileiro Fulbright nos EUA (Portuguese). Revista de Educação do Cogeime, 26 (50), 105-113.

Gaia, A. C. (2015). Short-term faculty-led study abroad programs enhance cultural exchange and self-awareness. International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives, 14 (1), 21-31.

Gaia, A. C. (2013). The role of gender stereotypes in the social acceptability of the expression of intimacy. The Social Science Journal, 50, 591-602.

Qualls, R. C., & Qualls, L. R. (2016). Siblings with autism.  In Salem Health: Adolescent Health & Wellness. Ipswich, MA; Salem Press

Qualls, R. C. (2014). The relationship among disciplinary practices in childhood and academic dishonesty in college students.  College Student Journal48(3), 362-374.

Qualls, R. C., Figgars, L., & Gibbs, D.  (2017).  The relationship among childhood discipline, adult attachment, and academic dishonesty in college students.  College Student Journal, 51(1), 7-18.

Qualls, R. C., Gibbs, D., & Medlen, A. J. (2017). The Relationship Between Disciplinary Techniques, Parental Impulsivity, And Academic Dishonesty. Paper presentation at the annual conference of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta.