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Past Thesis Titles

  • The Relationship between Parental Attachments, Family Cohesion and Depression among African American College Students.

  • The Relation of Socioeconomic Status, Substance Abuse, and Perceived Social Support on Recidivism Rates of African American Males.

  • The Relationship among Secure and Insecure Parental Attachment in African American Undergraduates and Self-Esteem.

  • The Effectiveness of Theatre in Educating African American Women about Breast Cancer.

  • The Association between Time Spent in Childcare and Attention, Hyperactivity, and Aggression in Pre-School Children.

  • The Relationship between Aggression, Self-Esteem, and Academic Achievement among African American Males in an Alternative School Setting.

  • The Impact of Psychological Empowerment and Spirituality on Self-esteem among African American Women.

  • The Impact of Employment, Substance Use, Poverty, and Maternal Financial Responsibility on Black Women's Incarceration.

  • Touch of Sugga: Using Theater as an Educational Approach to Addressing Diabetes among African Americans.

  • The Relationship of Racial Identity and Spirituality as Moderators between Perceived Racism and Self-esteem among African American Women.

  • The Influence of Family Structure on Pain Outcomes in Adults with Sickle Cell Disease.

  • The Relationship between Male and Female Guardian's Use of Abusive Tactics in Family of Origin and Battering in Lesbian Relationships.

  • The Effect of Teacher Expectation on Self-Efficacy, Outcome Expectation, and Academic Achievement.

  • An Investigation of the Levels of Acculturation and Acculturated Stress and Their Relationship to Anger among African Americans.

 
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