Doctoral Dissertations

Wrightsman, William. (2018). Gay Mens’ Experience of Same-Sex Marriage and its Relation to Well-being: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis.

Greenbaum, Ann (2017). Activity Patterns and Well-being in Commuters: An Occupational Perspective.

Voss, Maren (2017). Understanding Well-being Among Retirees Experiencing Late-life Unemployment.

Roman, Cynthia (2016). Occupational Time: A Case Study of the Experiences of Time in a Sample of American and Filipino Healthcare Practitioners.

Eglseder, Kate (2015). The Lived Experiences and Occupations of Intimate Partners of Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury Related to Sexual Well-Being.

Batarseh, Haifa (2015).  A Mixed Methods Study of Mood Disorder in Mothers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Mothers of Typically Developing Children.

Natasi, Julie (2014). Occupational Lives of Individuals with Visual Impairment.

Leimbach, Linda (2013). Men as Quiltmakers: Crafting the Intersection Between Gender and Creative Occupation

Flanagan, Joanne (2012). Movement and Play in Infants at Risk for Autism.

Demchick, Barbara (2012). Quality of Life in Families with a Transition-aged Young Adult on the Autism Spectrum.

Krutis, Susan (2012). Medication Adherence, Social Support and Recovery: Perspectives of Consumers with Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders and their Families.

Stav, Eli (2012). First Generation College Students: A Mixed Methods Study of Experiences and Academic Success.

Moghimi, Christine (2012). A Phenomenological Examination of the Caregiving Experience of Elderly Spousal Caregivers.

Zadnik Newell, Mary (2011). A Two Part Study of Student to Professional Transition: Analysis of Objective Factors Related to a Successful Outcome on the NBCOT Exam and a Qualitative Exploration of Student Transition into Practice.

Kyler, Penalpha (2009). Contributory Phenomena of Family-Centered Care Leading to Effective Partnerships.

Wingrat, Jennifer (2007). The Impact of Classroom Furniture on Third Grade Childrens' Occupational Performance.