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    • Cocktails For Two. 

      Unknown author (Famous Music Corporation, 1619 Broadway, 1934)
    • Cocoanut. Characteristic Piece for the Pianoforte. 

      Andrew Hermann (composer) (Carl Fischer, 1891)
    • The Coding of Sound Localization Cues in the Inferior Colliculus 

      Chase, Steven (2007-01-25)
      The auditory system uses three cues to decode sound location: interaural time differences (ITDs), interaural level differences (ILDs), and spectral notches (SNs). Initial processing of these cues is performed in several ...
    • Coding Reference: An Analytical Approach to Assessment 

      Koenig, Adriane; Burri, Margaret; Heslip, Steven (2012-10-29)
      Purpose: The research consultation model at the Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University is a part of a two-tiered model that allows for sophisticated research transactions to be handled by librarians. This model is a ...
    • Coffee in the Morning and Kisses in the Night. 

      Unknown author (Remick Music Corp., 1657 B'way, 1933)
    • Coffee, Cheese and Crackers. A Fireman's Song. 

      John L. Parker (lyricist); Ernest Leslie (composer) (G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont, Opp. Park St., [n.d.])
    • COGNITIVE CONTROL OF ABSTRACT TASK RULES 

      Sheu, Yi-shin (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2015-09-28)
      Humans can perform complex behavior according to the goal of the task and its rules, and swiftly adapt their behavior to the new rule when there is a change in circumstances. How do our brains select and implement the ...
    • Cognitive Function Across Self-Identified Ethno-Racial Groups: The Role of Discrimination, Allostatic Load, and Health Behaviors 

      Forrester, Sarah N; 0000-0002-3865-4400 (Johns Hopkins UniversityUSA, 2016-11-02)
      Background. Cognitive functioning has been shown to vary by race, education, socioeconomic status, and other demographic factors. Although allostatic load is associated with cognitive functioning this association has not ...
    • Cognitive processes of letter and digit identification 

      Schubert, Teresa Marie (2015-01-20)
      Letter identification, the process of determining letter identities and their positions from a visual stimulus, has a long research history. Debate remains concerning the levels of representation involved, as well as the ...
    • Cogswell, J. G. 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.
    • Cohan and Jerome & Schwartz's Home Run Hit Take Your Girl to the Ball Game. 

      George M. Cohan (composer lyricist) (The Cohan & Harris Publishing Co., 115 West [?]St., [n.d.])
    • Cohan's Pet Names. 

      George M. Cohen (composer lyricist) (Cohan & Harris Publishing Co., 115 West 42nd St., 1908)
    • Cohan's Rag Babe. New Kind of Two Step. 

      George M. Cohan (composer); Chas. J. Gebest (arranger) (Cohan & Harris Publishing Co, 115 West 42nd St., 1908)
    • Cohen Owes Me Ninety Seven Dollars. 

      Irving Berlin (composer lyricist) (Ted Snyder Co., 112 West 38th St., 1915)
    • Cohen, Abraham 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.
    • Cohen, Mendes 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.
    • Cohnheim, Julius 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.
    • Coit, D. L. 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.
    • Coit, Henry A. 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.
    • Coit, J. H. 

      Unknown author (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1842-1907)
      Digitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.