Faculty Scholarship, Research, and Creative Works


This section of ScholarWorks at CSUSM includes faculty scholarship, research, and creative works. The collections are organized by college, and then department. Faculty members, if you are interested in adding your scholarship, please contact Carmen Mitchell, Institutional Repository Librarian: cmitchell [at] csusm.edu.

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Recent Submissions

  • Williams, Carrick C.; Burkle, Kyle A. (Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2017-03-02)
    To investigate the critical information in long-term visual memory representations of objects, we used occlusion to emphasize one type of information or another. By occluding one solid side of the object (e.g., top 50%) ...
  • Meulemans, Yvonne Nalani; Carr, Allison; Ly, Pearl (Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning, 2010-04-12)
    Reference service via instant messaging (IM) has significant potential to benefit distance learners. There has been wide experimentation with IM to expand reference services in libraries across the US, with mixed results. ...
  • Carr, Allison; Matlin, Talitha (2016-09-20)
    No abstract is available.
  • Lantzy, Tricia (Reference Services Review, 2016-04-13)
    Purpose This article examines the integration of librarian-led health literacy instruction into an undergraduate course, focusing specifically on how the method of instruction impacts learning outcomes and self-reported ...
  • Costanzo, A.; Taylor, K.; Dutt, S.; Han, P.; Fujioka, K.; Jameson, J.M. (PLoS One, 2015)
    Obese patients are susceptible to increased morbidity and mortality associated with infec-tious diseases such as influenza A virus. γδ T cells and memory αβ T cells play key roles in reducing viral load by rapidly producing ...