Welcome to the repository for University of Maryland research.
The Digital Repository at the University of Maryland (DRUM) collects, preserves, and provides public access to the scholarly output of the university. Faculty and researchers can upload research products for rapid dissemination, global visibility and impact, and long-term preservation.
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Educate and Empower: An Online Intervention to Improve College Women’s Knowledge and Confidence When Communicating in a Romantic Relationship (2022-05)Historically, and during the covid-19 pandemic, the vast majority of unpaid family care was provided by women with devastating outcomes including lost jobs, increased poverty, and mental health concerns (Almeida et al., ...
A Reply to van den Berg and van der Sluys: Effects Resembling a Bio-Field on a Torsion Pendulum Cannot Be Caused by Heated Air Currents Generated by the Subject (Society of Scientific Exploration, 2015)A Reply to van den Berg and van der Sluys: Effects Resembling a Bio-Field on a Torsion Pendulum Cannot Be Caused by Heated Air Currents Generated by the Subject
HUMAN SUBJECT EFFECTS ON TORSION PENDULUM OSCILLATIONS: IMPORTANCE OF ESTABLISHING THE CONTRIBUTION OF THERMAL CONVECTION AIR CURRENTS (Elsevier, 2017-02)Studies of thermal effects on torsion pendulum oscillations.
(1993)Computer models of cochlear processing take exceedingly long times to run, even for short data sets. A data acquisition system was developed for a new switched-capacitor VLSI cochlea model chip, in order to rapidly perform ...
(1979)This work consists of an overall effort to apply a detailed and accurate computational fluid dynamic technique to the solution of practical high energy laser flows. In particular, a third generation of super sonic ...