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Student Research

Name Defense Term Dissertation Title Grad Term
Belote, Marisa Summer 2015 A Comparative Evaluation of the Learner Centered Grading Debriefing Method in Nursing Education Summer 2015
Brewster, Glenna Summer 2015 Sleep, Depressive Symptoms and Cognition in Older Adults and Caregivers of Persons with Dementia Summer 2015
Daugherty, Julie Spring 2015 The Relationship between Hearing Status and Cognitive Performance and the Influence of Depressive Symptoms in the Older Adult Spring 2015
Kutash, Mary Summer 2015 The Relationship between Nurses’ Emotional Intelligence and Patient Outcomes Summer 2015
Paterson, Carly Spring 2015 Sexual Functioning and Body Image in Younger Breast Cancer Survivors Spring 2015
Tinsley, Sara Summer 2015 A Comparison of Quality of Life between Intense and Non-Intense Treatment for Patients with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and High Risk Myelodysplastic Syndrome Summer 2015
Hernandez, Yvonne Summer 2014 Acculturation, Self-Efficacy and Breastfeeding Behavior in a Sample of Hispanic Women Summer 2014
Jasper, Brenda R. Fall 2014 Knowledge and Acceptance of HPV and the HPV Vaccine in Young Men and Their Intention to be Vaccinated Fall 2014
Marcolongo, Ellen Summer 2014 The Relationships between Sleep Disturbances, Depression, Inflammatory Markers and Sexual Trauma in Female Veterans Summer 2014
McKenzie McNair, Chauntel Spring 2014 Factors Influencing Vaccination Decisions in African American Mothers of Preschool Age Children Spring 2014
Parnell, Lisa (Huhn) Fall 2014 Examination of Possible Protective Effect of Rhesus D Positive Blood Factor on Toxoplasma-Related Depressive Symptoms in Pregnancy Fall 2014
Shelby, Debra Spring 2014 Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice of Primary Care Nurse Practitioners Regarding Skin Cancer: Validity and Reliability of a New Instrument Spring 2014