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Kazem Alamdari Kazem Alamdari (Sociology) published "Religion and Development Revisited: Comparing Islam and Christianity With Reference to the Case of Iran," in the Journal of Developing Societies; has been no. 8 in "The 50 Most-Frequently-Read Articles," 2005. He also published an article, "Terrorism Cuts Across the East and the West: Deconstructing Lewis's Orientalism," in the smae journal, which has been adopted at least in seven courses in various universities. His first book, "Why Iran Lagged Behind and the Wet Moved Forward," (in Persian) has reached its 12th edition, and his article, "The Power Structure of the Islamic Republic of Iran: Transition From Populism to Clientelism, and the Militarization of the Government," is published in Third World Quarterly, vol. 26, no. 8, Dec. 2005.

James Brady (Anthropology) coauthored an article, "The Heart of Creation, The Heart of Darkness: Sacred Caves in Mesoamerica," with Holley Moyes (University of Arizona), that appeared in Expedition, vol. 47, no. 3, Nov. 2005. He coauthored, with University of Texas graduate student Ann Scott, an article, "Formative Cave Utilization: An Examination of Mesoamerican Ritual Foundations," that appeared in New Perspectives on Formative Mesoamerican Cultures, edited by Terry Powis, and published in the British Archaeological Records International Series, 2005. He also wrote the forward to the reprint edition of Henry C. Mercer's The Hill-Caves of Yucatan. The forward provides an evaluation of J. Eric Thompson's introduction to a 1975 reprinting which is also included in this volume published by the Association for Mexican Cave Studies, Austin, June 2005.

Daniel Crecelius Daniel Crecelius (Emeritus, History) was cited on the Summer 2005 issue of The Fulbright Chronicle (Egypt) for his publication of selected papers from the third international conference on "The History of Ottoman Egypt," which he co-organized in Cairo in 2003 under Fulbright auspices. It also noted his long association, since 1957, with the Fulbright Commission in Egypt.

Gaithri Fernando (Psychology) published "Finding Meaning After the Tsunami Disaster: Recovery and Resilience in Sri Lanka," in Traumatic StressPoints, Winter 2005, and was featured in "The aftershock: Predicting how tsunami survivors will respond," in the Monitor on Psychology, vol. 36, no. 3, Mar. 2005.

Frank A. Gomez (Chemistry and Biochemistry), with D. Chinchilla (senior), J. Zavaleta (graduate), and K. Martinez (high school student), published “Multiple-Injection Affinity Capillary Electrophoresis to Estimate Binding Constants of Receptors to Ligands,” in Anal. Bioanal. Chem., #383, 2005, and with Grady Hanrahan (Chemistry and Biochemistry), F. Dahdouh (senior), and Keith Clarke (technician), published “Flow Injection-Capillary Electrophoresis (FI-CE): Recent Advances and Applications,” in Curr. Anal. Chem., #1, 2005.

Kylie Hsu (Modern Languages and Literatures) published the following: “Peer Evaluation of Chinese Web-based Materials,” Proceedings of the Third International Conference and Workshops on Technology and Chinese Language Teaching, Columbia University and Hamilton College, May 2004; “Chinese Language and Culture Learning Module,” Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference of Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching, CSU, Aug. 2004; and Practical Chinese Exercises (Learn Perfect Publishing), Los Angeles, 2005.

Julie Joyce Julie Joyce (Luckman) published an essay, "Nyame Brown: Hero Worship," in the exhibition catalogue for Frequency exhibition on view at the Studio Museum in Harlem, Nov. 9, 2005 - Mar. 12, 2006. Frequency, according to the Studio Museum, features art work by "thirty five of the hottest emerging, black artists of 2005," and serves as a follow up to the acclaimed Freestyle exhibition of 2001.

Richard Maddox Richard Madddox (Early Entrance Program) published "The Early Entrance Program at Cal State L.A.," in a book, High IQ Kids, Free Spirit Publishing, 2005.

Leah Melber Leah Melber (Curriculum and Instruction) published "Inquiry and early childhood science: Supporting active investigation," in the International Journal of Early Childhood Education, 2005, and "Teacher Professional Development and Informal Learning Environments: Investigating Partnerships and Possibilities," in the Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2005.

Lauri Ramey Lauri Ramey (English) had her writing and research in creative writing and critical theory cited in the special "English Now" 40th anniversary issue of The Cambridge Quarterly (Oxford University Press, 2005).

Pamela Regan Pamela Regan (Psychology) and Delia Gutierrez (graduate, Psychology) published an article, "The Effect of Participant's Sex and Target's Perceived Need on Supermarket Helping Behavior," in Psychological Reports, vol. 101, 2005. The article presents the results of a field experiment conducted in local supermarkets examining how a person's level of perceived need for help influences whether he or she will actually receive help from others in a "real world" context.

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