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Master's Degree Culminating Works  [131]

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This is a collection of various types of works submitted by University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) graduate students as a requirement for receiving their master's degrees from programs based at UMD. It includes theses (for "Plan A" thesis-based degrees), projects (for "Plan B" project-based degrees), and papers (for "Plan C" coursework-based degrees). For more information about the distinctions between Plan As, Plan Bs, and Plan Cs, see the UMD Graduate School Degree Requirements webpage at

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Physical Volcanology and Hydrothermal Alteration of the Footwall Rocks to the Archean Sturgeon Lake Massive Sulfide Deposit, Northwest Ontario

Jongewaard, Peter K (1989-01)
The footwall rocks beneath the Archean Sturgeon Lake massive sulfide deposit consist of a 3 km thick sequence of steep north-dipping subaqueous volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks intruded by mafic dikes and sills. Preserved ...

Physical Volcanology and Hydrothermal Alteration of the Footwall Rocks to the Archean Mattabi Massive Sulfide Deposit, Northwestern Ontario

Walker, Jamieson Scott (1993-05)
The hostrocks to the Archean-aged Mattabi volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit consist of a steeply dipping 2 km homoclinal sequence of extensively altered dominantly pyroclastic rocks. These rocks form the central section ...

Intervening when Ostracism Occurs: Individual Differences and Psychological Safety as Predictors

Brown, Lauren A (2020-03)
Previous research shows a multitude of negative workplace outcomes associated with ostracism. Research indicates that bystander intervention can play a role in reducing ostracism in the workplace, but there is a dearth ...

Evaluating the Effects of a Job Crafting Intervention on Employee Work-Life Balance

DeLongchamp, Amanda C (2020)
In 2019, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology identified work-life balance interventions as one of the top 10 workplace trends (SIOP Administrative Office, 2019). No known research has been conducted ...

Psychopathic Personality Traits, Attention, Emotion, and Disinhibition: An ERP Study of the Differential Correlates in the Two-Process Theory

Broberg, Eden M (2020-02-20)
Studies of psychopathy point to deficits in emotional processing, attentional allocation, and inhibitory responding. Some studies suggest these deficits arise from etiologically separate personality facets. In Study 1, ...

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