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Browsing Honors Program by Author "Furlong, Nancy"

Browsing Honors Program by Author "Furlong, Nancy"

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  • Eberts, Elizabeth A. (2017-12-14)
    It is well accepted that color sensitivity is greater in the fovea than the periphery. Further support for this has been found through research investigating thresholds in which hues have higher thresholds in the periphery. ...
  • Beekman, Grace (2018-05-08)
    The aim of this study was to examine the effect of social influence and misleading information on the accuracy of memory of a crime, and the role of self-esteem on conformity. Previous research has shown that memory is ...
  • Skwarek, Natalie (2011-05-02)
    My thesis discusses the effects of trauma on the mental health of Holocaust and World War II survivors.
  • Rahner, Meghan (2018-12-17)
    Dogs have been shown to understand the human communicative behaviors of gazing and pointing, and understand these human social signals more than any other non-human species. Domestic dogs are shown to have similar attachments ...
  • Cox, Jennifer (2016-05-10)
    The release of the Disney/Pixar movie Inside Out raised the question if scientifically accurate entertainment films can be used to educate a population of parents about childhood mental health. I conducted a study with two ...
  • Williams, Abby (2018-05-07)
    The goal of this study was to examine whether there is a relationship between personality traits and humor styles. Although previous research has been conducted on humor and its relationship to personality traits, there ...
  • Romack, Rachel (2016-04-27)
    I wanted to analyze the differences in performance when a cast of actors performs in front of an indirect audience, or, in this particular case, a radio studio compared to when the same cast of actors perform in front of ...
  • Torthe, Beryl S. (2018-05-05)
    Previous research around mental health in first responder populations has been centralized around post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, suicide, anxiety and sleep disturbances. While these issues are of great ...
  • Weese, Cassidy (2017-05-01)
    While YA novels span a variety of topics, one of the most popular genres features a “mean girl” character. Mean girls are presented as the character that everyone loves to hate. As easy as it is to read mean girls as snobby ...

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