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  • Motekaitis Web Page
    and Rose Leigh Vines Human Reproductive Systems videotape Menlo Park Benjamin Cummings Publishing Inc 1999 Vines Rose Leigh and Ann M Motekaitis Human Respiratory System videotape Menlo Park Benjamin Cummings Publishing Inc 1998 Vines Rose Leigh and Ann M Motekaitis Human Respiratory System videotape Menlo Park Benjamin Cummings Publishing Inc 1998 Motekaitis Ann M and Marc P Kaufman Stimulation of the mesencephalic locomotor region constricts the airways of cats Respiration Physiology 106 263 271 1996 Motekaitis Ann M Irene C Solomon and Marc P Kaufman Blockage of glutamate receptors in CVLM and NTS attenuates the airway dilation evoked from the parabrachial region Journal of Applied Physiology 81 400 407 1996 Motekaitis Ann M and Marc P Kaufman Central command increases total lung resistance in decerebrate cats abstract Society for Neuroscience 21 1886 1995 Motekaitis Ann M Irene C Solomon and Marc P Kaufman Role of parabrachial nuclei in the airway dilation evoked by the Hering Breuer reflex Brain Research 671 314 316 1995 Motekaitis Ann M Irene C Solomon and Marc P Kaufman Stimiulation of the parabrachial nuclei dilates the airways in cats Journal of Applied Physiology 76 1712 1718 1994 Motekaitis Ann M Irene C Solomon and Marc P Kaufman Blockade of glutamate receptors in the caudal ventrolateral medulla and the nucleus tractus solitarius reversibly attenuates the bronchodilator response to stimulation of the parabrachial nuclei abstract Federation of the Biological Sciences 8 1 1994 Solomon I C A M Motekaitis and M P Kaufman NMDA receptors in caudal ventrolateral medulla mediate reflex airway dilation arising from the hindlimb Journal of Applied Physiology 77 1697 1704 1994 Solomon I C A M Motekaitis and M P Kaufman Caudal ventrolateral medullary neurons mediate reflex and central bronchomotors responses by a glutamatergic mechanism abstract FASEB Journal 7 1 A400 1993 Haselton James

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  • J. Ann Moylan
    and Social Issues FACS 96 Child Life and Family centered Care FACS 150 Family Stress and Coping Multicultural Focus FACS 154 Issues in Parenting FACS 155 Family Life Education FACS 162 Family Support Services FACS 168 Senior Seminar FACS 195C Internship In the News FACS 155 Students Dominate 2014 NCFR Contest Essay on Parenting Davis Enterprise Sept 2013 President s Address Fall 2013 page five Campus Highlights New course FACS 96 Child Life and Family centerd Care Students in FACS 155 win National Awards through NCFR Recent Publications Presentations and Creative Works Moylan J A September 2013 Weight of the Nation Discussant for film showing at North Central District chapter of CAFCS California Department of Education Sacramento CA Moylan J A Migliaccio T and McDonald K February 2012 Establishing an interdisciplinary research collaboration CSUS Teacher Scholar Collaborative Center for Teaching and Learning Sacramento CA Moylan J Ann 2011 Single parent family constellations Diversity complexity perception and practice In Krishna L Guadalupe and Debra L Welkley Eds Family Constellation within the Context of Human Diversity Implications for Practice Chicago Lyceum Moylan J A 2010 Adoption and attachment Longitudinal case study on adoption from China An educational DVD Sacramento CSUS Moylan J

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  • Kimberly Mulligan
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA Jan10 109 2 370 7 Nusse R Fuerer C Ching W Harnish K Logan C Zeng A ten Berge D Kalani Y 2008 Wnt signaling and stem cell control Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol Nov 73 59 66 Review Johnson ML Harnish K Nusse R Van Hul W 2004 LRP5 and Wnt signaling a union made for bone J Bone Mineral Research Nov 19 11 1749 57 Review Research Projects Interests My lab is interested in understanding how non heritable environmental factors can cause neurodevelopmental disorders like autism spectrum disorders ASD in genetically susceptible individuals ASD are a group of heterogeneous neurodevelopmental disorders defined by mild to severe impairments in communication behavior and social interactions The prevalence of ASD has increased considerably over the past several decades and the annual cost in the U S has more than tripled since 2006 to over 126 billion year in 2012 Currently 1 in every 68 children born in the U S are diagnosed with ASD ASD is a highly heritable complex disorder Some estimates suggest that 400 to 1 000 genes may contribute to the development of ASD There is also mounting evidence that ASD is a multifactorial disorder that is often caused when multiple genes and environmental factors converge to affect the normal neurodevelopmental program during prenatal brain development The identification of environmental factors that confer risk to ASD and analysis of their molecular mechanisms could provide measures to prevent or decrease the severity of ASD In our lab we use the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster to identify and examine candidate environmental chemicals to determine if they can impair neural development in flies that have genetic mutations associated with ASD It is estimated that 75 of the genes associated with human disease are conserved in

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  • Patti Nogales' Home Page
    Patti Nogales Office Location Mendocino Hall 3014 Office Hours Monday and Wednesday 10 00 11 30 E mail pdn26 csus edu Office Phone 916 278 6846 Mailing Address CSU Sacramento 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6033 General Administrative Converting to Percentage Grade Grade Conversion Link Workshops for Attendance Credit to be announced in class as they come up Spring 2010 Courses Philosophy 4 Critical Thinking Philosophy 101 Ethics and Social Issues Courses Past Philosophy 60 Symbolic Logic Philosophy 154 Philosophy of Language Philosophy 176 Twentieth Century Anglo American Philosophy Philosophy 4H Honors Critical Thinking Papers and Publications Metaphorical Content as What Is Said Journal of Pragmatics accepted pending revision Evolution Made Me Do It Nammour Symposium California State University at Sacramento April 2003 Metaphor and Philosophy California State University at Sacramento Philosophy Department February 2003 Metaphor and Philosophy Northern Arizona University Philosophy Department Fall 2000 Metaphorically Speaking Stanford CA CSLI Press Fall 2000 Works for Students Irvine Franklin Beedle Associates 1991 Appleworks for Students Irvine Franklin Beedle Associates 1991 Appleworks for Teachers Irvine Franklin Beedle Associates 1986 Sexism and Racism Student Services Training Workshop NAU 1986 El Baile Anthology of Student Poets 1980 Book Reviews The Extent of the

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  • Michelle Norris's Webpage
    Statistical Computing MWF 1 00 1 50 pm Files for Stat 196J My Research Interests Cool Links My Curriculum Vitae Statement of Teaching Philosophy Slides from Math Club Talk on Dec 4 2013 Slides from Sonoma State Talk 9 21 12 Diagnostic Screening Paper Michelle Norris Associate Professor Department of Mathematics and Statistics California State University Sacramento Contact Information Office 142 Brighton Hall Phone 916 278 6435 E mail norris

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  • Faculty Page
    in motivation and the culminating experience for graduate students I attended UC Davis for both my undergraduate and doctoral degrees My background and training are in psychobiological development temperament theory and attachment theory My research interests center around children s emotional development particularly from a biological perspective I am very interested in how children develop the ability to regulate their emotions and how this impacts cognitive social and physical outcomes especially physical and mental health outcomes I hold advising hours for Child Development Major A students on a drop in basis during my office hours Please feel free to drop by and discuss your advising matters I also advise students in the Master s program in Child Development and in general in regard to research matters Contact Information Title Assistant Professor Office Hours Tuesdays 12 00 1 00 or by appointment E mail Address kdohara csus edu Office Telephone 916 278 4702 FAX 916 278 3348 Mailing Address Dept of Child Development CSU Sacramento 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 Fall 2002Classes CHDV 133 3 Research methods in Human Development CHDV 138 1 Social and Emotional Development Research Projects Interests I am currently conducting research on temperament and motivation and

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  • Dr. Suzanne O'Keefe
    of employed Latinos the effect of living wages on disposable income the impact of manufacturing intensity on income and educational attainment in a region and the effectiveness of enterprise zones She has served as Economist at the Center for Strategic Economic Research formerly Sacramento Regional Research Institute SRRI where she helped develop the Prosperity Index and contributed to the Business Forecast for the Sacramento Region Dr O Keefe s research has been published in journals including the Journal of Public Economics and the Journal of Urban Economics Publications Publishing Pays Economists Salaries Reflect Productivity with Ta Chen Wang Social Science Journal March 2013 Vol 50 Issue 1 p 45 54 The Effects of Manufacturing on Educational Attainment and Real Income with Caitlin Donaldson Economic Development Quarterly 2013 Vol 27 Issue 4 p 316 The Impact of Slow Growth Policies on Local Economies Through Housing Boom and Bust Applied Geography Vol 32 No 1 2012 Why Employed Latinos Lack Health Insurance A Study in California with Howard Greenwald and Mark DiCamillo Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences Vol 27 No 4 November 2005 The Importance of Public Sector Health Care in an Underserved Population with Howard Greenwald and Mark DiCamillo Journal of

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  • Sacramento State - Faculty Member's Name
    csus edu Office Phone 916 278 7935 Mailing Address Department of Electrical Electronic Engineering California State University Sacramento 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6019 Courses Current Course Outlines EEE 244 Course Material EEE 120 Guest Lecture on ECG Transduction Curriculum Vitae Graduate Committee Historical Information Professional Associations AAMI Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation ABET accreditation Biomedical Engineering Society FIRST Robotics IEEE Group on Engineering in Medicine and

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