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Author: Alfonso, Noel Fernandez.
Title: Studies on Factors Affecting the Success of Bovine In-Vitro Fertilization (Reproduction). 1995. 259 p.
Conclusions: "Frozen-thawed sperm required a different capacitation system than did fresh sperm."
CP Summary: When fertilizing cows, use fresh sperm.
Author: Piper, Joyce Lea.
Title: Work Stress Among Lutheran Clergy Women in the United States of America and Norway. 1995. 192 p.
Conclusions: "Results of this cross-national comparative study revealed that Norwegian and U.S. Lutheran clergywomen reported remarkably similar levels of high work stress, despite differences in cultural contexts."
CP Summary: Work sucks, even if you're a clergywoman in Norway.
Author: Renz, Gary Lee.
Title: The Effects of Completing the Job Diagnostic Survey on Job Satisfaction. 1995. 190 p.
Conclusions: "The research was based on two premises: (1) that answering the Job Diagnostic Survey would cause the respondents to focus their attention on aspects of their jobs that they had otherwise ignored or taken for granted, and (2) that answering the Job Diagnostic Survey would cause the respondents to employ Job Diagnostic Survey-related criteria when evaluating their jobs.... As hypothesized, the Job Diagnostic Survey caused statistically significant changes in respondents' job satisfaction..."
CP Summary: Work sucks, unless you take a Job Diagnostic Survey.
Author: Johnstone, Rosemarie.
Title: The Alcoholism of the Text. 1995. 150 p.
Conclusions: "My dissertation analyzes how Ernest Hemingway, Eugene O'Neill, Anne Sexton and Jack Spicer articulate alcoholism in their work. My study also offers an interdisciplinary reading of alcoholism as an epistemology which manifests itself in poetry and fiction."
CP Summary: Ernest Hemingway, Eugene O'Neill, Anne Sexton and Jack Spicer were drunks.