SPU Works is a collection of scholarly papers and related works by faculty, staff, and students of Seattle Pacific University.
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Submissions from 2006
Mammon Worship in America: Challenging College Students' Perceptions About Consumerism and Affluence, Margaret Diddams and Lisa Surdyk
Pedagogical Uses of Special Collections Materials, Michael J. Paulus Jr.
Submissions from 2005
A Historical Tour of Princeton Theological Seminary, Michael Paulus
[Edited with an Introduction] The Use and Abuse of Books, Michael J. Paulus Jr. and Archibald Alexander
Submissions from 2004
Rediscovering Models of Sabbath Keeping: Implications for Psychological Well-Being, Margaret Diddams, Lisa Klein Surdyk, and Denise Daniels
Advancing the Research Culture at Seattle Pacific University: Training Local Clinical Scientists, Margaret Diddams, Don MacDonald, and Jay Skidmore
Implications of Biblical Principles of Rhythm and Rest for Individual and Organizational Practices, Margaret Diddams, Lisa Surdyk, Denise Daniels, and Jeff B. Van Duzer
Submissions from 2003
Revisiting the Meaning of Meaningful Work, Margaret Diddams and J. Whittington
Submissions from 2001
Submissions from 1998
Beyond Borders, Kathleen Braden, Wilbur Zelinsky, Sergei Rogachev, Thomas Baerwald, Aleksei Naumov, John Florin, Raymond Krishchyunas, Aleksei Novikov, and Stanley Brunn
Cognitive and I/O Psychologists in the Technology Industry, Margaret Diddams
Submissions from 1997
Kerygmatic Centrality and Unity in the First Testament?, Eugene E. Lemcio
Submissions from 1996
The Effect of Process Feedback and Task Complexity on Personal Goals, Information Searching, and Performance Improvement, Margaret Diddams and Audrey Korsgaard
Submissions from 1993
Self-appraisal and perceptions of the appraisal discussion: A field experiment, Margaret Diddams, Loriann Roberson, Steven Torkel, Doug Klein, Audrey Korsgaard, and Maurice Cayer