Go This collection contains some of the theses and dissertations produced by students in the University of Oregon Psychology Graduate Program. Paper copies of these and other dissertations and theses are available through the UO Libraries.
Mike Cunningham Antisocial behavior in the urban context: The effects of family, peers, and hypermasculine attitudes on high achieving Black male adolescents Daniel Bayless Sex differences in impulsive choice in prepubescent and adult rats: Role of neonatal testosterone exposure Patrick Bell A qualitative approach to emic-etic modeling of psychological well-being for use in designing school programs Amanda Borja Director: Implications for teacher well-being Jeff Brown Explaining trajectories of emotional functioning in Black boys from kindergarten through the 5th grade Christopher Burchett Attributions to Discrimination at the Intersection of Race and Gender Meaghan Crawley Response learning increases histone acetylation and is enhanced by histone deacetylase inhibition Jennifer Maldarelli The development of early handwriting: An eye movement analysis Laura Marques Exploring the relationship between hurricane exposure and child emotional and behavioral functioning two years post-Katrina Dustin Mars Director: How learning about historical trauma might not be equal for everyone Shereen Naser Director: Stacy Overstreet Evaluating the effects of substance use on posttraumatic stress symptoms in a community sample of female adolescents following Hurricane Katrina Lauren Peterson Director: Exploring the effect of nonsexist credentials on responses to confrontations Allysin Swift Parental stress and socialization practices of black parents: Qualitative research and analyses to inform interventions Tara Van Bommel.A master’s in art and art history is a gateway into the art world, from museums and galleries, to graphic design and academic research.
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This chapter critiques positive psychology (PP) and PP interventions (PPIs) at three levels. First, it identifies the fundamental problems of elitism and scientism, which permeate and negatively impact PP research and applications. Sample Dissertation / Thesis Example. Below you can find samples of thesis/dissertation papers, as well as samples of single chapters and proposals completed by our writers.
Tips on ECU/APA Style for the Master's Thesis. I have encouraged my colleagues to adopt a set of stylistic guidelines that students can use for all theses in the department of Psychology.