Best Selling Books by Shari Randall

Shari Randall is the author of Human Color Vision and Tetrachromacy (2020), Father Effects (2002), Methods of Teaching Shakespeare at the Secondary Level (2006), The Effects of Prosodic Features on the Comprehension of Broca's Aphasics (1982) and other 14 books.

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Human Color Vision and Tetrachromacy

release date: Apr 30, 2020
Human Color Vision and Tetrachromacy
Human color perception is widely understood to be based on a neural coding system involving signals from three distinct classes of retinal photoreceptors. This retina processing model has long served as the mainstream scientific template for human color vision research and has also proven to be practically useful for designing display technologies, user-interfaces and medical diagnosis tools that enlist human color perception behaviors. Recent findings in the area of retina photopigment gene sequencing have made important updates to our understanding of the molecular basis and genetic inheritance of human color vision individual variations. This Element focuses on new knowledge about the linkages between color vision genetics and color perception variation, and the color perception consequences of inheriting alternative, non-normative, forms of genetic sequence variation.

Father Effects

release date: Nov 15, 2002
Father Effects
Based on one of the most important womens surveys of all time, Father Effects is the guide to understanding the profound impact of the father-daughter relationship. It is filled with highly personal, deeply moving true stories of womens relationships with their fathers and the types of men they are attracted to. Learn the truth behind why women are so affected by their fathers and discover the underlying reasons why women make their relationship choices. Father Effects is for every woman who has ever wondered how her father has influenced her self-image and her relationship choices. It is for every woman who knows her father has had a negative impact on her life and is now ready to work through her recurring and troubling issues. Finally, for every mother whose daughter is having difficulty with her dad and for every father who wants to understand his influence on his daughter, this is the guide.

Methods of Teaching Shakespeare at the Secondary Level

release date: Jan 01, 2006

The Effects of Prosodic Features on the Comprehension of Broca's Aphasics

My Roots and My Wings

release date: Jan 01, 2021

The Roots of Failure

release date: Jan 01, 1987

Idiopathic Renal Hematuria in a 2-year-old Cane Corso

release date: Jan 01, 2016

Syntactic Processing in Aphasia

release date: Jan 01, 1986

Best Practices as an Assessment for Crisis Communication

release date: Jan 01, 2012

Church Music Ad Mysterium Vs Church Music Ad Nauseum

release date: Jan 01, 1987

A Comparison of Acoustic Reflex Measurements Using an Automated Screening Mode Versus a Manual Mode

A Comparison of Acoustic Reflex Measurements Using an Automated Screening Mode Versus a Manual Mode
Buffalo State College Master's project in Speech-Language Pathology, 1997.

Opportunities and Challenges for Public Libraries to Enhance Community Resilience

release date: Jan 01, 2014

Identification of Target Genes of the Transcription Factors Tbx1, Pax3, and Hoxa3 by Microarray Analysis

release date: Jan 01, 2004

Jewish Day Schools and Long-term Religious Engagement as Reflected in the NJPS 2000-01

Gelation of Previously Cooked Jonah Crab (Cancer Borealis) Minced Meat in New Food Product Development

release date: Jan 01, 2007
Gelation of Previously Cooked Jonah Crab (Cancer Borealis) Minced Meat in New Food Product Development
Gelation of meat products plays an important role in utilization of by-products. Low-value muscle tissue that may go to waste can be reformed into new products that consumers find acceptable and want to purchase. In the crab industry, the need for by-product utilization is great. Crab processing typically involves cooking whole crabs and picking the claw meat. A lower grade minced meat can then be extracted mechanically from the walking legs and carapace of the crab. Traditional protein chemistry indicates that only raw muscle proteins can form gels. However, by using a modified surimi processing technique, previously cooked Jonah crab (Cancer borealis) meat was used to create protein gels. The effects of cryoprotectants, sodium chloride, protein additives, and carbohydrate additives in the crab meat gels were investigated. Preliminary work to determine the gelation mechanism of the cooked proteins was conducted. The crab mince was then used in new food product development as a primary ingredient and evaluated by consumers. This research is the first reported to show that cooked crustacean proteins can form gels upon further treatment. Not only can previously cooked crab meat form gels, but through the use of additives it can be used in new food product development as a primary ingredient, thereby better utilizing the resource.

Leadership Within Professional Associations

release date: Jan 01, 2018
Leadership Within Professional Associations
This research reviews the concepts of leadership through the lens of professional associations and indicates how this applies to the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. It recognizes that leadership is not just individual characteristics and traits or personality. This study reveals the many dimensions of leadership through the scholarly studies that were used to support the findings. By narrowing the concept of leadership as an interactive process and nonlinear, it illuminates how leadership plays out within an organization. In a group or organizational context, leadership becomes a process in which all members are active participants. Those who establish organizations control how the profession should be structured, and within that context, leadership is a crucial part of any organization. This is done through a systemic review of historical documents, and academic and scholarly journals on leadership, professions, and professional associations. Using leadership and its foundation or framework to make parallel connections as they apply to the Registry of Interpreters makes it possible to answer the following questions: If, in fact, history repeats itself, can we learn from the past and use what we learn today? What is the impetus for starting an organization? Can leadership make or break an organization? How does an association change when new leaders are introduced? As the association-profession grows, does it outgrow itself or lose focus of its mission? This study provides insight into the complexities of running a self-governing organization. Identifying how actions and decisions are made can have a domino effect. Lessons can be learned from the past and used today to help associations with transparency.
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