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  • When the music therapist experiences a personal crisis 

    Palermo, David (2018-05)
    The purpose of this phenomenological investigation is to obtain a comprehensive understanding of the experiences of five board-certified music therapists who underwent a personal crisis during a time when they were practicing ...
  • Why do you run? Comparing identified and intrinsic motivation in runners 

    Cousineau, Kassandra A (2017-05)
    Considering only half of the United States population engages in the recommended amount of exercise (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2014), and the dangerous implications of a sedentary lifestyle (Ekelund et ...
  • Why sustainable business is better 

    Santa Maria, Nicole (2018-05)
    With growing concerns and numerous sources of data confirming climate change we must look toward a future in sustainable practices. While individual people can do their part in reducing their personal carbon footprint it ...
  • Women on hormonal contraception: a behavioral biopsychosocial perspective 

    Newmark, Rebecca L. (2013-06-28)
    Normally cycling females experience natural cyclic shifts in their physical appearance and in various psychological traits (Haselton & Gildersleeve, 2011; Alvergne & Lummaa, 2009). When women use hormonal contraception ...
  • Wrongful convictions: new solution to an old problem 

    Russell, Jessie (2018-12)
    This paper will explore the prevalent issue of wrongful convictions and how exonerees of the prison system spend several years of their life innocent but in prison. A solution, a committee on prosecutorial conduct is ...