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  • Mounteer, Stephen Reilly (2016-05-19)
    Objects of Architectural Potentials is less interested in the production of dynamic, fluid, complex shapes or forms, than it is in discovering dynamic, fluid, complex architectural, design processes. By reframing our ...
  • Al-Jureidini, Sami (2012-05-18)
    All over America, cities are experiencing a shift in population, from the center to the outside peripheries. Known as decentralization, this phenomenon is most common in modern, post-industrial cities. Depopulation of the ...
  • Kraatz, Anthony M. (2012-05-18)
    The world in which we live provides a limiting range of experiences for our individual sensory needs as well as our social interactions as a community. Architecture has created a disconnection between humans and nature by ...
  • Bally, Todd (2012-05-18)
    Is looking at nature directly a major factor in determining a sustainable building? Some architects are concerned with how humankind can integrate itself with nature in a sustainable way, reducing energy, materials, and ...
  • Rybak, Matthew (2015-04-28)
    The American urban landscape has been shifting for the past century. Shifting away from the public and social life to a private one, a life behind closed doors. Is our society to blame for this, the culture itself, or ...
  • La Tona, Adrian (2012-05-18)
    The intention of this thesis is to investigate space as the relationship between architecture, the body and consciousness. With the advent of anti-psychotic medication and General Hospital mental wards constructed in the ...
  • Templeton, Ian (2017-05-20)
    Whether we realize it or not, humans have always been attracted to water. The water’s edge has had a physical, mental as well as emotional connection to people in ways that affect the human mind consciously and subconsciously. ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-21)
  • Theut, Jacob (2017-06-16)
    Our world is wide, moving, connected—a world among many other worlds. When we head out for these alien territories, physical or cognitive, what we are doing foremost is throwing ourselves into the unknown. What is the ...
  • Valentine, Alycsa (2012-05-23)
    The curiosity of children has always been a personal point of interest. There is something so pure in the way they interact with their environment. Nothing is ever certain or predetermined. A couch is not something to sit ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-21)
  • Waggener, Christine E. (2012-05-18)
    The central premise of this thesis is about providing housing for low-income individuals that meets the requirements of a high quality of living , security and privacy while still allowing inhabitants to interact with ...
  • Sloulin, Linda (2016-05-18)
    Architecture is designed for the purpose of experience. To compliment the architecture lighting can be used to highlight the exterior and interior spaces. To go beyond complimenting the architecture with lighting we must ...
  • Nava, Sandra M. (2014-05-22)
    Architecture is designed to be experienced in a pre-designed way where the architect uses a combination of materials and lighting to achieve an experience. Much of a space’s characteristics— regardless of what sense ...
  • Stevens, Samuel (2013-06-12)
    The following thesis is solely concerned with live music and refers to such when speaking of “performance.” With the majority of small-mid scale performance venues being retrofit into an architecture designed for a ...
  • Dore, John Joseph (2012-05-21)
    The problem undertaken here constitutes a part of a broader investigation to determine more exactly the role of the Wechsler-Bellevue Intelligence Scale, Form II, in guiding college students. The purpose of this investigation ...
  • McMahon, Anthony (2017-06-14)
    This dissertation examined how personality traits (Openness, Self-Transcendence) impact emotion differentiation, a construct that was hypothesized to moderate the effect incidental disgust has on moral judgment. Executive ...
  • Bryce, Kelly Lynn (2014-10-28)
    Chronic pain affects millions of individuals and has many life alerting implications. Once pain becomes intractable, patients can often exhaust most conservative treatment options. Current changes in medical technologies ...
  • Paavolva, Julie Nicole (2014-10-28)
    The purpose of this study was to determine a set of personality and cognitive variables that could best be used to predict membership into either a schizophrenia or bipolar relative group. A group of relatives of persons ...
  • Henisse, Christopher (2015-04-29)
    This thesis will cover a phenomenology of violent video games. The thesis will begin with a historical look at phenomenology, as well as explain what exactly phenomenology is for the general laypeople. Then the thesis moves ...

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