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A cross -cultural analysis of tribal differences of American Indian children on the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children -III (WISC-III) A grounded theory approach to examining design and usability guidelines for four-year tribal college web sites A study on nursing education: A consensus on ideal programs for Aboriginal students A survey of current practices in Canadian Aboriginal mental health A willingness to donate organs among members of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation in central Oklahoma Adolescent alienation and Native Hawaiians: Impact of 9th grade students' participation in an academy program Aleut women's personal identity experiences: An autoethnographic study Anishinaabemowin pane: A qualitative exploratory case study of an indigenous language immersion revitalization program Assessing human capital needs: A study of capacity development among community-based First Nations Health Managers Biracial Alaska Native-African American adults: Examining the racial socialization process that impacts identity formation Correlational study of the variables of self-esteem, self-efficacy, and academic success in a population of Native American students Cultural understanding: A phenomenological study of non-Native American tribal college faculty lived experiences Differences in cultural congruity, university environment, and ethnic identity on measures of persistence for undergraduate Lakota students in a Lakota higher education tribal college Differential perceptions of neglect for Native-American families: An experimental design Entrepreneurial leadership: A qualitative study of the motivations and sustainable business strategies of American Indian entrepreneurs in North Carolina Exploring the lived experiences of native american women of the northern plains who have lost a loved one to suicide: mental health implications Increasing parent involvement through parent education in an early childhood program: An action research study Indicators of academic success: A study of Native American retention Native American business owners' access to and use of cultural capital within their tribal communities: An exploratory qualitative inquiry Native American leadership theory: A tribal perspective Native American perspectives on leadership in the workplace: An exploratory investigation Native American student resiliency within southwestern tribal colleges Native Americans and the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI-2): Continuing to extend Native American norms Passing the totem: Successful high school graduation of Native American students Perceiving leadership within a tribal organization: A study of leaders of a Native American tribe Phenomenology of Two-Spirit identity: Reservation to urban social landscapes Social support use by Chamorro women on Guam diagnosed with breast cancer Sociopolitical structure and economic development on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation The American Indian schoolhouse: School engagement of students and predictors of academic achievement and attendance The collective voice of suicide survivors: A phenomenological inquiry The impact of the least restrictive environment for American Indian high school students on an IEP The influence of health beliefs and depression on health-promoting behavior associated with diabetes prevention and treatment in an American Indian community The lived experiences of non-Native American clinical counselors working with Native American clients: A phenomenological study The path to leadership for Native American women at North Dakota tribal colleges The perceptions and experiences of Native American women enrolled in two-year tribal and nontribal community colleges Tribal college and universities return on investment (TCU ROI) conceptual model