M.S. in Clinical Psychology
A primary objective of the Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology Program is to provide students with an opportunity to initiate and participate in research projects of interest to them. In addition to the completion of a quantitative master's thesis, students are encouraged to present their research at regional and nationally based research conferences.
Selected CLU Master's Theses
- "Management of experiential avoidance in a college population", by Alba Rocío Andrade (August, 2011)
- "Mental Health Perspectives of Native Americans", by Ruth Arvisio (August, 2011)
- "Using Screening and Brief Intervention to Examine Alcohol and Drug Use and Mental Health in College Students", by Loretta Ransom (August, 2011)
- "Aggression, Fantasy Proneness And Pornography Use As Predictors of Sexually Aggressive Ideations In College Students", by Danielle Todaro (November 2007)
- "Fantasy Proneness and Daydreaming Styles: Inquiry into Correlates of Affect Regulation and Adult Attachment", by Laura O'Neill (August 2007)
- "Condom Use Self-Efficacy and Observed Condom Use Skills in College Students", by Erick Robert Elhard (June 2007)
Selected Conference Presentations
- Naté Wry, BA, Jamie D. Bedics, Ph.D., & David C. Atkins, Ph.D. (2011, November). The effect of case formulation training on patient outcome and the working alliance. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Toronto, Canada.