Psychology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Upcoming Defenses

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Past Defenses

Stacey Felmlee - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Pictorial Priming in Alzheimer's Disease: A Degraded-Figures Priming Task

June 17, 2001

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Anita Kochanoff - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Parental Disciplinary Styles, Parental Elaborativeness, and Attachments: Links to Preschoolers' Emotion Knowledge

May 30, 2001

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Alison O'Brien - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Does the Disposition of Working Parents Impact Control Perceptions and Satisfication With Life And Job?

April 24, 2001

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student student - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

The Impact of Feedback-Induced Self-Attention on Antecedents of Term Performance

April 23, 2001

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Angela Willson-Quayle - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

The Effects of Child-Centered, Teacher-Directed, and Scaffolded Instruction on Low-Income, Latino Preschoolers' Task Performance, Motivation, and Private Speech

Major Professor: Adam Winsler, PhD, Department of Psychology

April 02, 2001

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Gilad Chen - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Modeling Early Newcomer Role Performance: The Roles of Motivational and Interpersonal Processes

March 22, 2001

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Elissa Abod - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Interpersonal Characteristics and Citizenship as Predictions of Contextual Performance

March 15, 2001

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Christina Greathouse - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Behavioral Complexity as a Mediator Between Leader Characteristics and Performance

February 20, 2001

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Karen Diviney - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Antecedents and Consequences of Work Restructuring

January 30, 2001

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Kari Moskowitz - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Children's Affect as a Mediator Between Maternal Affect and Children's Independent Cognitive Performance

December 15, 2000

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