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Western Washington University
REU Site: Multidisciplinary Training in Quantitative Methods
Primary: Seth Feinberg
Secondary: Hilary Schwandt
Research Topics/Keywords: international research,qualitative social science methodologies, reproductive health research
REU Site: Multidisciplinary Training in Quantitative MethodsAbstract of Award
William Marsh Rice University
REU Site: Translational Research in Psychological Sciences - Human Factors at Rice University
Primary: Patricia DeLucia
Research Topics/Keywords: human factors, applied experimental psychology, behavioral research
REU Site: Translational Research in Psychological Sciences - Human Factors at Rice UniversityAbstract of Award