Research and scholarship from faculty and staff in the Mathematics and Computer Science Departments at St. John Fisher College.

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Submissions from 2019

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Reaching out to behavioral science audiences via meta-analysis, Bruce E. Blaine

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Variance heterogeneity in psychological research: A Monte Carlo study of the consequences for meta-analysis, Bruce E. Blaine

Variance heterogeneity in psychological research: A Monte-Carlo study of the consequences for meta-analysis, Bruce E. Blaine

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Changing Paradigms: Faculty Moving to Data Science from Other Disciplines, Bernard P. Ricca, Bruce Evan Blaine, Kathleen Donovan, and Anne Geraci

Working with an unknown distribution, Bernard P. Ricca, Kris H. Green, and Mark McKinzie

Submissions from 2018

Programmatic issues in an undergraduate data science minor, Bruce E. Blaine

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Robust Statistics, Bruce E. Blaine

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Winsorizing, Bruce E. Blaine

Introducing data science: statistics, computing, and more, Anne Geraci and Kathleen Donovan

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Embracing coding mistakes to teach computational thinking, W. Scott Harrison and Nadine Hanebutte

Detecting phase transitions in small group conversations through entropy methods, Jennifer Lentine and Bernard P. Ricca

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Engaging Engaging: Topological Reflections Prompted by Bill Doll, Bernard P. Ricca

Tying it all together, Bernard P. Ricca

Investigations of a nonparametric effect size statistic for studies with two independent samples, Bernard P. Ricca and Bruce E. Blaine

Submissions from 2016

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State Space Analysis and its Connection to the Classroom, Bernard P. Ricca and Kris H. Green

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Temporal Network Analysis of Small Group Discourse, Bernard P. Ricca and Michelle Jordan

Submissions from 2015

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Comparing Professional Values and Authentic Leadership Dimensions in Baccalaureate Nursing Students: A Longitudinal Study, Kathleen H. Dever, Tammy C. Roman, Charlene Smith, Nancy M. Bowllan, Marilyn L. Dollinger, and Bruce Evan Blaine

Integration Through a Card Sort Activity, Kris H. Green and Bernard P. Ricca

Submissions from 2014

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Graph Theoretic Methods for the Analysis of Data in Developing Systems, Kris H. Green and Bernard P. Ricca

Submissions from 2013

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The impact of an interdisciplinary learning community course on pseudoscientific reasoning in first-year science students, Timothy Franz and Kris H. Green

Submissions from 2012

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Coming Out of the Dungeon: Mathematics and Role-Playing Games, Kris H. Green

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What's in a Name? The Matrix as an Introduction to Mathematics, Kris H. Green

Submissions from 2010

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Matching functions and graphs at multiple levels of Bloom’s revised taxonomy, Kris H. Green

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Mathematical Reasoning in Service Courses: Why Students Need Mathematical Modeling Problems, Kris H. Green and W. Allen Emerson

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If Mowat and Davis are correct, then teaching is hard: A Response to Elizabeth Mowat & Brent Davis, Kris H. Green and Bernard P. Ricca

Submissions from 2008

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Using spreadsheets to discover meaning for parameters in nonlinear models, Kris H. Green

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What's in a Name? The Matrix as an Introduction to Mathematics, Kris H. Green

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Reorganizing freshman business mathematics II: authentic assessment in mathematics through professional memos, Kris H. Green and W. Allen Emerson

Submissions from 2007

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Responses to Weight Loss Treatment Among Obese Individuals with and without BED: A Matched-study Meta-analysis, Bruce E. Blaine and J. Rodman

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A new framework for grading, Kris H. Green and W. Allen Emerson

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Promoting mathematical communication and community via Blackboard, Kris H. Green and Erica L. Johnson

Submissions from 2005

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Obesity, Self-Complexity, and Compartmentalization: On the Implications of Obesity for Self-Concept Organization, Bruce E. Blaine and C. E. Johnson

Submissions from 2003

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A solution to Einstein’s field equations for a tachyonic gas: possible astrophysical applications, Kris H. Green and W. John Cocke

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Compact Gravity Wave Detector, Munawar Karim and Kris H. Green

Submissions from 2002

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Creating Successful Calculus Writing Assignments, Kris H. Green