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Research

Mroczek, NS (1992) Recognizing Animal Suffering and Pain. Lab Animal, n. 9:27-31

Mroczek, NS (1991) Recognizing Animal Suffering and Pain. Humane Innovations and Alternatives,S, 289.92

Mroczek, NS, Halpern, D, McHugh, R (1978) A comparison of electromyographic feedback and physical therapy for neuromuscular retraining in hemiplegia. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 59,258-267       

Mroczek, NS (1976) A Treatise on Psychology and Voluntary Motor Behavior with an Investigation of Biofeedback Effects of Hemiplegias Resultant from Cerebrovascular Accident. (Psychology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis).  Original Thesis with complete description and formulation.

Mroczek, Nancy S., PhD (1976) A Treatise on Psychology and Voluntary Motor Behavior with an Investigation of Biofeedback Effects of Hemiphlegias Resultant from Cerebrovascular Accident. (Psychology, Univ of Minnesota)

Mroczek, Nancy S. (1972) An Investigation of Semantic and Syntactic Properties of the Mediator in the Forward Chaining Paradigm. (Psychology, University of Miami, FL)

Interviews

Nancy Mroczek: Psychologist and Visionary – Massachusetts Psychologist

Interview I of Dr Nancy Mroczek with L Ferrar

Dr Nancy Mroczek pensive

Dr Mroczek gives her thoughts on women, female sexuality, status of women, heterosexual relationships, mores and values of our time, God, science, religion, death, technology, existential purpose, and the human need to relate.

Interview II of Dr Nancy Mroczek with L Ferrar

Dr Nancy Mroczek grieves animal research

Interview covers the case for rejection of use of animals in research; technological and environmental ills of society with respect to how or if these can be ameliorated; and personal struggles of the individual personality to get by in a fast and pressured existence.

Interview of Dr. Nancy Mroczek with Becki Maisch

Dr. Nancy Mroczek is interviewed by Becki Maisch. She is asked about her experience particularly in music against the backdrop of her occupation as a psychologist. Dr. Mroczek discusses generating her music and its serious themes. She also touches on her proposition that rock music of the last many decades was in fact the genuine philosophy of the time with much to inform and teach. She further discusses philosophic ideas re: the hard experience of living generally. The interview is, overall, an exploration of thoughts and ideas in this difficult life as gleaned from the learning and experience of Dr. Mroczek.

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