Prof. Hiestand, Wanda C.

  • "Nursing, the Family, and the 'New' Social History." Advances in Nursing Science (1982): 1-12.

Prof. Hines, Terence

  • Pseudoscience and the Paranormal: a Critical Examination of the Evidence. Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books, 1988.
  • Pseudoscience and the Paranormal. 2nd ed. Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books, 2003.
  • The Revenue Stamps of the New England States. n.p.:State Revenue Society, 1984.
  • "Brief Communication, Further on Einstein's Brain." Experimental Neurology 150 (1998): 343-344.
  • "Comprehensive Review of Biorhythm Theory." Psychological Reports 83 (1998): 19-64.
  • "The G-spot: A Modern Gynecologic myth." American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 185.2 (2001): 359-62.
  • "Notes and Discussion: Failure to Demonstrate Selective Deficit in the Native Language Following Surgery to the Left Perisylvian Area." Brain and Language 54 (1996).
  • "National Hockey League Players from North America Are More Violent Than Those From Europe." Perceptual and Motor Skills 83 (1996): 589-590.
  • "Lack of Season of Birth Effect Among American Athletes." Perceptual and Motor Skills 81 (1995): 952-954.
  • "Proofreaders' Decreased Stroop Interference." Perceptual and Motor Skills 82 (1996): 1104-1106.
  • "An Odd Effect: Lengthened Reaction Times for Judgments About Odd Digits." Memory & Cognition 18.1 (1990): 40-46.
  • "Sex Differences in the Processing of Odd and Even Numbers." Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis 56 (1996): 263-266.
  • " 'What Ever Happened to n-Rays?' Robert Wood's 1904 n-Ray Letter in Nature: a Classic in Skeptical History." Skeptic 4.4 (1995): 85-87.
  • "Left Brain/Right Brain Mythology and Implications for Management and Training." Management Review 12.4 (1987): 600-606.
  • "The Much of Right Hemisphere Creativity." The Journal of Creative Behavior 25.3 (1991):223-227.
  • "A Demonstration of Auditory Top-Down Processing." Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 13.1 (1999): 55-56.
  • "Correlations for Weight, Height and Two Measures of Batting Performance." Perceptual and Mortor Skills 88 (1999): 466-468.
  • "Tarnower, Herman." in American National Biography. Vol. 21. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. 327-328.
  • "Wood, Robert William." in American National Biography.Vol.23. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. 776-777.

Prof. Holder, Barbara

  • Black Birds, White Stones. Waldoboro, ME: Goose River Press, 2005.   

Prof. Isaak, Robert

  • Brave New World Economy. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2011.       
  • "Corporate Strategies and Business Cycles." Reprint Series 2 (1986) The German-American Institute, Pace University.
  • " Creativity and Entrepreneurship Across Cultures - Logics of perception, Green Growth and Utopia." in Bewaltigung des okonomischen Wandels: Entwicklungen der Transformationsforschung in Ost und West. Ed. Dieter Wagner. Munchen und Mering: Rainer HamppVerlag, 1997. 16-32.
  • "Developing Country Recipes for Collective Learning, Economic Development and Global Environmental Responsibility." Working Papers 116 (1993) Center for Applied Research, Lubin School, Pace University.
  • "German American Treands: 1984-1989." Reprint Series (1990) The German American Institute, Lubin School, Pace University.
  • "The German Industrial Model Under Seige." Reprint Series 10 (1983) German-American Institute, Lubin School, Pace University.
  • "Globalisation and Green Entrepreneurship." Greener Management International 18 (1997):  81-90.
  • The Globalization Gap: How the Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Left Further Behind. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2005.    
  • Green Logic. Sheffield, England: Greenleaf Publishing, 1998.
  • "Inflation strategies in the 1980's." Reprint Series 12 (n.d.) Center for Applied Research, Lubin School,Pace University.
  • "The International Monetary Crisis and Economic Growth." Working Papers in International Banking 4 (1983) Institute of International Banking, Pace University.
  • "Making Economic Miracles: Explaining Extraordinary National Economic Achievement." Reprint Series 105 (1997) Center for Applied Research, Lubin School, Pace University.
  • "The Making of the Ecopreneur" in Making Ecopreneurs: Developing Sustainable Entrepreneurship. ed. Michael Schaper. Hampshire, England: Ashgate, 2005.        
  • Managing World Economic Change. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 2000.
  • Modern Inflation: Its Economics and Its Politics. New York: University Press of America, 1983.
  • "Virtual Organization: A Bluepoint for Reengineering?" Working Papers 146 (1995) Center for AppliedResearch, Lubin School, Pace University.

Profs. Isaak, Robert and Larry Bridwell

  • "Partnerships for Educational Competitiveness." Working Papers 123 (1994) Center for Applied Research, Pace University.

Prof. Katen, Joan A.

  • Love at the Edge. New York: iUniverse, Inc., 2009.              

Prof. Kelleher, Catherine

  • "Relationship of Physician Ratings of Severity of Illness and Difficulty of Clinical Management to Length of Stay." HSR: Health Services Research 27.6 (1993): 841-855.

Prof. Keys, Carol R.

  • "Campus Children's Centers: Support for Children and Families." Children Today 23.4 (1995): 18-21.
  • Your Children, Your Choices: A Parenting Guide for the Early Years. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1982.         
  • Helping Children Grow: The Adults Role. Wayne, NJ: Avery Publishing Group Inc. 1978.    

Prof. Khanna, Suwersh

  • The History of Nursing in India From 1947 - 1989. [India]: Nursing Honor Society of India, Inc., St. Francis Medical Center, 1991.

Prof. Kirschstein, Bette H.

  • Life Writing/Writing Lives. Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing Co., 2001.

Prof. Leeser, Ilse R.

  • Readings on the Research Process in Nursing. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1981.

Prof. Leiser, Burton M

  • Liberty, Justice, and Morals: Contemporary Value Conflicts. New York: Macm    illan Publishing Co., Inc., 1979.

Prof. Lemke, Michael J.

  • "Characterization of Hydrophobic Stream Bacteria Based on Adhesion to n-Octane." Ohio Journal of Science 97.3 (1997): 59-61.
  • "Comparison of Methods for the Concentration of Bacterioplankton for in situ hybridization." Journal of Microbiological Methods 29 (1997): 23-29.
  • "Ecology of Aquatic Bacterial Populations: Lessons From Applied Microbiology." Journal of the North American Benthological Society 17.2 (1998):261-271.
  • "Effects of Substrate and Cell Surface Hydrophobicity on Phosphate Utilization in Bacteria." Applied andEnvironmental Microbiology 61.3 (1995): 913-919.
  • "Humic Acid Interaction With Extracellular Layers of Wetland Bacteria." Verhandlungen International Verein. Limnology 26 (1998): 1621-1624.
  • "The Nutritional Value of Organic Detrital Aggregate in the Diet of Fathead Minnows." Freshwater Biology 39 (1998):  447-453.
  • "A Preliminary Study on the Distribution of Viruses and Bacteria in Lotic Habitats." Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie 141.1(1997):  67-74.
  • "The Response of Three Bacterial Populations to Pollution in a Stream." Microbial Ecology 34 (1997): 224-231.
  • "Seasonal Changes in Planktonic Bacterial Assemblages of Two Ohio Streams." Freshwater Biology 39 (1998): 129-134.

Prof. Lewenson, Sandra

  • Capturing Nursing History: A Guide to Historical Methods in Research. New York: Springer Publishing Company, 2008.                         
  • Decision-Making in Nursing: Thoughtful Approaches for Practice. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2008.             
  • First words: Selected Addresses From the National League for Nursing 1894-1993 . New York: National League for Nursing Press, 1991.
  • History as Evidence: Nursing Interventions Through Time. New York: Springer Publishing company, 2011. 
  • Legacy of Leadership: Presidential Addresses from the Superintendents' Society and the National League of Nursing Education, 1894-1952. New York: National League for Nursing Press, 1993.
  • Public Health Nursing: Practicing Population-Based Care. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2011.  
  • Taking Charge: Nursing, suffrage, and Feminism in America, 1873-1920. New York: NLN Press, 1996.
  • "History 'Nursism': an Age-Old Concern." Journal of Professional Nursing 11.5 (1995): 260.
  • "Moments in Nursing History, 1815 ; Edith Cavell: Traitor or Savior?" Nursing Research 41.6 (1992) 382-383.
  • "'Of Logical Necessity...They Hang Together': Nursing and the Woman's Movement, 1901-1912." Nursing History Review 2 (1994): 99-117.
  • "Historical Research Approach Applied to Nursing Education, Practice, and Administration" in Qualitative Research in Nursing. ed. Helen J. Streubert and Dona Rinaldi Carpenter. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1995.

Prof. Lief, Edna

  • "John Thaw: An American Perspective" in John Thaw, 1942-2002: An Appreciation. ed. Susan Elkin. Liverpool, England: Elius Books, 2002.

Prof. Malinowski, Carl

  • "Moral Reasoning and Moral Conduct: An Investigation Prompted by Kohlberg's Theory." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 49.4 (1985): 1016-1027.

Profs. Malinowski, Carl and Karen Berger

  • "Undergraduate Student Attitudes About Hypothetical Marketing Dilemmas." Journal of Business Ethics 15 (1996).

Prof. Martin, Rebecca E.

  • "The Rise of the Gothic." Eighteenth-Century Life 21.3 (1997): 100-107.
  • "Spectacle and Closure in the Gothic: Lessons From Film Theory." Studies in English Literature (Tokyo), n.d., 23-39.
  • " 'I Should Like to Spend My Whole Life in Reading It': Repetition the Pleasure of the Gothic." The Journal of Narrative Technique 28.1 (1998): 75-90.
  • Crime and Detective Fiction. Ipswich, MA: Salem Press, 2013.

Prof. Mason, Diana J.

  • Policy and Politics for Nurses: Action and Change in the Workplace, Government, Organizations and Community. 2d ed., Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company, 1993.
  • Policy and Politics in Nursing and Health Care. 3rd ed., Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company, 1998.
  • "Managed Care Organizations' Arrangements with Nurse Practitioners." Nursing Economics 15.6 (1997): 306-314.

Prof. McCarthy, Mary Rose

  • Critical Issues in Education: Dialogues and Dialectics. 5th ed., New York: McGraw Hill, 2004.    
  • Critical Issues in Education: Dialogues and Dialectics. 7th ed., New York: McGraw Hill, 2010.     

Prof. Meisel, Maude

  • "Self-Presentation on Stage and Page in the Memoirs of Russian Women Performers" in Mapping the Feminine Russian Women and Cultural Difference. ed. Hilde Hoogenboom, et al. Bloomington, Indiana: Slavica, 2008.  
  • "The Power of Pedagogy: Dispelling the Darkness in Tolstoy's Drama" in Teaching Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature. ed. Deborah Martinsen, et al. Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2014.            

Prof. Minnis, Mary Margaret

  • CTreatment Systems. Madison, WI: Hogarth House, 1994.

Profs. Murthy, Narayan, Catherine Dwyer, David Sachs and Henry H. Gaylord, III

  • JavaScript 101: Introduction to Computing-CIS 101. Mason, OH: Cengage Learning, 2003.      

Profs. NabiRahni, David and Stephen D. Pastor

  • "A Neutral Spirocyclic Hexacoordinated Germanium (IV) Complex: Hypervalent Germanium Compounds with Sulfur-Containing Eight-Membered Rings."Inorganic Chemistry 36.25 (1997): 5966-5968.
  • "Electrochemistry of Redox Proteins." in Bioelectrochemistry of Biomacromolecules Vol. 5 Ed. G. Lenaz and G. Milazzo. Basel. Switzerland: Birkhauser Verlag. 1997. 183-203.

Prof. NabiRahni, David

  • Selected Recent Research Reprints (Contains published articles in various journals.)
  • A Professional Dossier (Contains a list of publications.)

Profs. Newland, Jamesetta A. and Ellen Rich

  • "Nurse-Managed Primary Care Center." Nursing Clinics of North America 31.3 (1996): 471-486.

Prof. Nix, Margaret E.

  • Fifty Years Before the Class. Victoria, B.C. Canada: WriteBiz Communications, 2004.
  • A Handbook for the Thesis Requirement. New York: Pace, 1972.

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