This collection includes theses and dissertations from the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, in the College of Arts & Sciences. It is not exhaustive since most paper theses and dissertations have not been digitized. Generally, paper copies of theses and dissertations published prior to 2014 can be accessed in the University of Louisville Libraries. If you would like to add your thesis or dissertation to this collection, please see: http://ir.library.louisville.edu/about.html.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2004

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Human visual processing of orientation in broad stimuli., Bruce C. Hansen

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Psychosocial antecedents of sex offender criminality and violence., Sonia Marie Perry Mills 1965-

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"My partner wasn't so disgusting when we first started dating, what happened?" : an exploration of change processes in close relationships and their causes., Stephen R. Shamblen

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The visual perception of distance in action space., Bing Wu 1973-

Theses/Dissertations from 2002

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Unconventional therapies : individual factors associated with use, perceptions of function and efficacy., Kenneth George Lombart 1954-

Theses/Dissertations from 1999

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Elderly respondents' perceptions of patronizing speech by service providers toward elderly adults., Tammi Rae La Tourette

Theses/Dissertations from 1975

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A comparison of two smoking reduction treatments under conditions designed to be interfering or not interfering with the smoking habit., Gary Clive Salk 1944-

Theses/Dissertations from 1951

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An experimental study of the effect of five variables on the rate of reversal of reversible figures., Clarence Howard Amster

Theses/Dissertations from 1949

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A proposed study of the affect of group counseling upon students on academic probation at the University of Louisville., Morrison L. Cooke

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A proposed study of the effect of non-directive play therapy upon the verbal and performance I.Q.'s of mentally deficient boys., George C. Hall

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A proposed design for the evaluation of change in a small reference group., Irene Perry

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A proposed study of verbal employment references., Bernard M. Smith