You are here Research Project Database
  Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Project Database

Designed to further collaboration among the community, this database allows members to list their active research projects into a common database. Faculty, staff and students and members of the public can search the database for areas of interest.

As a service to the research community, NYC-LSAMP is pleased to provide a complete listing of abstracts for papers submitted via the NYC-LSAMP virtual community. You can search by keyword and find all citations that contain the keyword in either the title, abstracts, or author sections of the research project.

Search all projects
Create a Project

Project-Search
Browsing 75 Liberal Arts & Science project results Search View All
Project Title Views Last Updated
BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE WAF-1 “p53-BINDOMERS”.  (more info) 8 1/10/2006 1:26:00 AM
p53, a tumor suppressor protein, is implicated in about 70% of human cancers. Understanding p53 function would be very useful in developing more effec
Members (1)
Subjects: Liberal Arts & Science
Research Abstract  (more info) 9 7/28/2005 1:25:00 PM
Several studies have indicated that depressive symptoms are common among minority college students. Acculturation is an important factor for understan
Members (1)
Subjects: Liberal Arts & Science
PERCEIVED EFFICACY AND ACCEPTANCE OF SOCIAL NEWCOMER INPUT IN THE GROUP DYNAMIC  (more info) 14 2/16/2007 11:03:00 AM
In the workplace, work groups are often cognitively interdependent in order to accomplish mutual goals or group tasks. How is group cohesion and
Members (1)
Subjects: Liberal Arts & Science
Computer-Mediated Mate Finding: Factors Of Ambivalence About Online Dating  (more info) 5 8/24/2007
To examine the malleability of participants’ attitudes toward online dating, explore possible factors that may influence attitudes toward online dating and explore the reconciliation of the ambivalence, stigma or stereotypes affiliated with online da...
Members (1)
Subjects: Liberal Arts & Science, Other
Computer-Mediated Mate Finding: Factors Of Ambivalence About Online Dating  (more info) 4 8/24/2007
To examine the malleability of participants’ attitudes toward online dating, explore possible factors that may influence attitudes toward online dating and explore the reconciliation of the ambivalence, stigma or stereotypes affiliated with online da...
Members (1)
Subjects: Liberal Arts & Science, Other
Listing of 15
Copyright 2010 by NYC-LSAMP Privacy StatementTerms Of Use Xhtml 1.0 CSS 2.0