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Master's Degree Culminating Works  [67]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/209910


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 https://www.d.umn.edu/graduate-school/current-students/degree-requirements.


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Scraps: An Art Studies Scrapbook

Brady, Kathy (1988-06-10)

The Effects of Feedback-Seeking Behavior and Difficult Goals on Task Performance and Task-Induced Stress

Dougherty, Jean E (2019-11)
The current study evaluated the interactive effects of the opportunity to seek real-time performance feedback in combination with difficult performance goals on feedbackseeking behavior (FSB), task performance, and ...

Impact of Consumer Demographic Characteristics on Adoption Rate of Electric Transportation

Schmitt, Pamela A (2019-05)
This study sought to contribute additional research to advancing electric transportation through identifying correlations between demographic characteristics and a consumer’s interest in adopting electric transportation. ...

Learning Gender: An Exploration of Binary Gender Stereotypes in American High Schools

Peters, Margaret I (2019-06)
For LGBTQIA high school students, binary gender stereotypes can create social barriers that are difficult for LGBTQIA students to navigate through. This study explores the experiences five LGBTQIA university students had ...

A Case Study of Relationships Forged Through a Freshman Outdoor Orientation Program

Nelson, Mollie M (2019-05)
A case study was conducted at a mid-size, Midwestern Campus to explore the nature of interpersonal relationships formed during a pre-college outdoor orientation experience among a group of three first-year students. This ...

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