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Flames II

Description: Thesis written by a student in the UNT Honors College discussing the authors composition of a musical piece called Flames II. He includes his influences, techniques, and sheet music.
Date: Summer 2002
Creator: Reagan, Brenton S.
Partner: UNT Honors College

Autonomic Control of Heat Rate Variability in Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) Hatchlings

Description: Thesis written by a student in the UNT Honors College discussing the role of the autonomic nervous system in the heart rate variability of day-old emu hatchlings. Atropine and propranolol were administered to block the action of cholinegric and adrenegric pathways and thereby reduce heart rate.
Date: Autumn 2002
Creator: Motiwala, Rajesh
Partner: UNT Honors College

The Affect of Coping on the Physical and Mental Health of Abused Women

Description: Thesis written by a student in the UNT Honors College discussing the role of coping on the physical and mental health symptoms of women in abusive relationships. It is hypothesized that sustained partner abuse will be associated with mental and physical health symptoms and that coping will mediate these effects. Psychological abuse was found to have the strongest impact on women's physical and mental health.
Date: Spring 2003
Creator: Chase, Amanda L.
Partner: UNT Honors College

Superior Orders and Duress as Defenses in International Law and the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

Description: Thesis written by a student in the UNT Honors College discussing the changes in understanding of the defenses of duress and "superior orders" in international humanitarian law over the past several centuries, changing from one extreme to another.
Date: Spring 2004
Creator: Henson, Christopher M.
Partner: UNT Honors College

Cognitive Styles and Aggression in Preschool Children

Description: Thesis written by a student in the UNT Honors College examining aggressive preschool children (27 children between the ages of 4 and 6) and assessing them for similarities in conceptual tempo and field independence/dependence. Findings indicate that aggressive children may have less accurate decision making skills and be more impulsive.
Date: Spring 2005
Creator: Marks, Amy
Partner: UNT Honors College