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  • Luke, Walter S. (2012-05-21)
    One of the most popular projective devices in the clinician's armamentarium is the Rorschach test. As a projective device, the Rorschach test differs from the inventory-type of personality tests. The Rorschach technique ...
  • Kantack, Whitney Alexis (2014-10-28)
    Body image disturbance is a pervasive problem in this country that is associated with eating disorder pathology, depression, anxiety, and other psychological problems. Very few studies have attempted to examine body ...
  • Zomrawy, Elrashid (2012-05-18)
    In our contemporary world, globalization, industrial age, and now the information age has shaped lifestyles. Duplicable systems have become a regular norm that we all have to live with. McDonalds has the same form in United ...
  • Bornhorst, Catherine Marie, Sister (2012-05-18)
    The study of "Enoch Arden" and "Idylls of the King" during High School days instilled in me a keen admiration for Tennyson. After more extensive study I noted the religious element to be very pronounced in a great number ...
  • Johnson, Kyle (2012-05-22)
    A contemporary disc jockey, while having the tools to manipulate the frequencies of sound, does not always manipulate the sound, but simply alters the way in which the music is presented; in other words, he/she is controlling ...
  • DesRocher, Brittany (2012-05-18)
    In the United States the average life span of a building program is considerably lower than the possible life span of the structure in which it is housed. Buildings are generally designed and built for single occupants who ...
  • Chatterley, Carissa (2012-05-18)
    America has a problem with its health. It has an unhealthy environment and unhealthy minds. The need for a change is long overdue. But there may be a way to restore both with one single solution. Our trash. In the past, ...
  • Barisic, Ivana (2012-05-18)
    The concept of the “city” is usually not something that can be developed overnight, nor is it merely a terrain to build structures upon. The city is much more complex. It takes more than just buildings to weave urban fabric. ...
  • Machak, Joseph (2012-05-18)
    There has been a drastic change in the urban landscape for most rust-belt cities that dot much of the Midwest. These cities have and still are experiencing major fluctuations in population from their inner cores to their ...
  • Hallacher, Brett W. (2012-05-18)
    Architecture is still struggling to find a self identification. Postmodernism has asked architecture to consider the "New Vernacular" and how those who inhabit structures interact with them. It is with in this spirit that ...
  • Northcott, Matthew (2019-05-16)
    By proposing a public space intervention utilizing community engagement data, this thesis will study how to augment the riverfront spaces of the Jefferson Chalmers neighborhood of Detroit, enabling them to better serve ...
  • Brown, Mary Carmen, Sister (2012-05-18)
    It was Longinus who wrote to his friend, Terentianus, “The judgment of literature is the final after growth of much endeavor.” Any literary anniversary presents for literary criticism, the challenge to ascertain new judgments ...
  • Falloni, Kyle (2014-05-22)
    A common theme that is starting to occur across America in a majority of the post-industrial cities is the depopulation within the urban core of the city. The effect of this depopulated core is a torn up urban fabric. ...
  • Allard, Helen Bullis (2012-05-18)
    The purpose of this paper is to set forth the results of a study from original sources of the rhetorical and critical theories of Alfred, Lord Tennyson. In a study of this sort, without doubt the best sources of information ...
  • Brady, Charles Ernest (2012-05-18)
    PREFACE In reading the works assigned for class study, the writer was impressed with the ability of some authors to express emotion. His interest was increased when he noticed that two men could write on the same subject ...
  • Froehlich, Alexander (2012-05-24)
    The objective of this investigation was to attempt to resolve urban voids left behind by the space of the freeway The study involved the interpretation of changing character, constant motion, adapting presence and other ...
  • Hays, Michael (2012-05-18)
    There exists many small communities across rural America that were once centers of agricultural commerce. These communities were then introduced to industry, and they virtually abandoned their agricultural roots. In the ...
  • Longtin, Ariel (2012-05-18)
    The current state of disconnect within our society requires us to question our modes of interaction. As a byproduct of the disconnect amongst the communities within Detroit, the city has undergone many physical and social ...
  • Gillen, Chris (2012-05-18)
    Sacred space often evokes a broadened sense of awareness, it employs an experience of emotion, sensation, and memory that transcends the spatial. Sacred space is used here as a loose term to describe the relationship of ...
  • Ibarra-Frayre, Carlos (2015-04-30)
    Architects are trained to understand that no two urban conditions are the same. It is the complexity of issues that are available that make design such a challenging yet rewarding career. In the case of Southwest Detroit, ...

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