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HyperRESEARCH explores determinants of drinking among youth

HyperRESEARCH was the qualitative data analysis software used for "Determinants of Drinking Trajectories Among Minority Youth and Young Adults: The Interaction of Risk and Resilience", a research study by Judith Bernstein, Amy Graczyk, Danielle Lawrence, Edward Bernstein, and Lee Strunin published in Youth & Society (August 2, 2011). HyperRESEARCH was used to explore for linkages between and/or among particular themes in the interviews conducted by the authors.

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Getting Past the Fourth-grade slump with HyperRESEARCH

Authors Kurt A. Suhr, David A. Hernandez, Douglas Grimes and Mark Warschauer used HyperRESEARCH to code and analyze their interviews for their article "Laptops and Fourth-grade Literacy: Assisting the Jump over the Fourth-grade Slump". The authors have found little quantitative research that systematically investigates the impact of laptops use on test outcomes, and none among students at the fourth-to-fifth grade levels. According to the abstract, this study "investigated whether a one-to-one laptop program could help improve English language arts (ELA) test scores of upper elementary students, a group that often faces a slow down of literacy development during the transition from learning to read to read to learn known as the fourth-grade slump.

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HyperRESEARCH goes on an outdoor adventure!

Authors Laura Galen D'Amato and Marianne E. Krasny used HyperRESEARCH to analyze transcribed interviews from 23 participants for their article titled "Outdoor Adventure Education: Applying Transformative Learning Theory to Understanding Instrumental Learning and Personal Growth in Environmental Education" for the Journal of Environmental Education (Volume 42, Issue 4, 2011). According to the abstract, the focus of the article was to determine what participants of Outdoor Adventure Education (OAE) found significant about their course and to what course elements they attributed this significance.

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HyperRESEARCH Aids in Employee Performance Interventions

Dr. Darry B. Dugger, a Human Resources and Organizational Development Professional and University of Phoenix Faculty member, understandably engages in research on topics critical to his professional area, especially Organizational Training and Performance Improvement. In fact, he has constructed a web site to present his research on this very topic at http://dbduggerphd.com/.

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