dorsel


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dorsel

1. A canopy.
2. Same as reredos.
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Dorsel & Cundiff (1979), Dickson & Bauer (2008) and Funk and Dickson (2011) have concluded that student-prepared testing aids benefit students in that they serve as a source of information that students need for an exam, and students then rely on or depend on the aid, rather than learning the information and committing it to memory.
A similar pattern of results was obtained by Dorsel and Cundiff (1979) who found that psychology students who prepared and used student-prepared testing aids outperformed students who prepared and did not use them.
upstreet , based in the Western Massachusetts, is an independently owned and published, nationally distributed magazine which was founded by Dorsel in 2005.
As a graduate of the MFA in Writing program and a long-term supporter of scholarships for VCFA's Postgraduate Writers Conference, Dorsel has a deep understanding of the need for scholarships to help talented and emerging writers pursue their dreams of a writing career.
March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Vermont College of Fine Arts (VCFA), a national center for graduate education in the fine arts, and Vivian Dorsel '06, founder and publisher of upstreet literary magazine, announce the creation of the upstreet Scholarship Fund, a need-based grant for writers attending the MFA in Writing program.
However, Dorsel and Cundiff (1979) found that cheat sheet preparation did not improve student performance if the student was depending upon it being available in a test situation.