Psychology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

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Past Defenses

Donna Marschall - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

The Efficacy of Support-Focused Marital Therapy in Reducing Marital Distress

December 12, 2001

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William Sandberg - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

The Influence of Personal Strivings Conflict in the Work Satisfaction-Life Satisfaction Relationship

November 26, 2001

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Matthew Picerno - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Change in Perception of Social Support: The Impact of a Support-Focused Therapeutic Marital Intervention

October 21, 2001

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Nathan Williams - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

The Cognitive Interaction Model of Appraisal and Coping: Implications for Anxiety and Depression

October 18, 2001

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Jacqueline Shapo - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Support-Focused Marital Therapy vs. A Waitlist Control: An Efficacy Study

October 16, 2001

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Clair Cosby - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Development of an Instrument to Measure Internalizing Behaviors in Preschool Children

September 09, 2001

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Bridget Murphy - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Coping Strategies Used by Athletes to Cope with an Upcoming Athletic Event

July 11, 2001

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Rafael Marshall - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

The Effects of Multiple-Turn Preview on Route Following Performance

July 09, 2001

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Gregory Foreman - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

The Effects of Mood Induction on Health-relevant Cognitions

July 02, 2001

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Ronda Dearing - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Clinical and Counseling Psychology Students in Personal Predictors of Help-Seeking

June 26, 2001

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