2007 - present

Smith College offers graduate work leading to the degrees of master of arts, master of arts in teaching, master of fine arts, master of education, master of education of the deaf, master of science in exercise and sport studies and master of Social Work. Each student is required to archive his or her thesis in Smith ScholarWorks for access and preservation.

Please note that access to some theses is restricted for a period of time as requested by the author. For example, a thesis may be submitted in May 2015, but not open access until May 2020.

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  • Off Campus Access: limited to the Smith College community via Smith College log-in. Off Campus researchers may request a loan through Interlibrary Loan at their own library
     

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Masters Theses from 2007

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Art as therapy for the therapist : the role and experience of artistic expression in the life and work of psychotherapists who also identify as artists, Danielle T. Tansino

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A relational-exploratory study : how attitudes towards deafness affect quality of behavioral health services provided to the deaf/deaf/hard of hearing client, Ann Haseltine. Tarmey

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A comparative qualitative study of Marianismo : Mexican and Mexican American women's perspectives on their Latina values, women's roles and their parents' influence, Jennifer Marie Vazquez

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The association between physical, sexual, and emotional abuse and physical pain : a comparison of psychiatric patients in Ontario, Canada and Burlington, Vermont, Kathryn Irene Vigil

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Middle school teachers' perceptions of their schools' formal and informal administrative policies on children labeled with behavioral problems, Tierra Danielle Watkins

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Women's attitudes and perceptions about sexual fantasy and how it relates to sexual satisfaction in a committed relationship, Jillian Marie Weis

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Gender variance and mental health : a national survey of transgender trauma history, posttraumatic stress, and disclosure in therapy, Virginia Wyatt Wharton

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Experienced and inexperienced therapists : a comparison of attitude toward and use of countertransference disclosure, Sara R. Willott

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Adaptation, positive learning, and methods of coping in women with congenital and acquired facial differences, Fusang Carly Yin

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Attachment in older adolescent romantic relationships, Whitney E. Young

Masters Theses from 1955

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The solo violin sonatas of Hindemith and Bartok : a study in contrast, Alzaleen Titcomb