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The Master of Science (MS) in Research Psychology degree is an 11-month accelerated program in SPU's School of Psychology, Family, and Community designed to give students knowledge and skills necessary for jobs or further graduate education in psychology or psychology-related fields. Students propose and complete a capstone project (e.g., research proposal, research thesis, grant application) that best meets their career or graduate school goals.

This series contains successfully defended masters' theses and other culminating projects.

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Theses from 2022

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Effects of New Seal Introductions on Conspecific and Visitor Activity, Emily J. Northey

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Simulated Owl Predation During Foraging Differentially Alters Choice and Fear Behavior Between Sex in Rats, Meghan M. Olsen

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The sex difference in depressive symptoms among college students, Penelope E. Seminario

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Toddler Characteristics and Attention, Lani A. Taylor

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It's not you, it's me: Shame and Misrepresentation in Online Dating, Diedrah Todd