The following Honors theses were written by students in Gardner-Webb University's Honors Program from 2016-present. Print copies of Honors Theses from 1987-present are available in the Gardner-Webb University library's Reference section. View full list in the library's catalog.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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The Interaction of Cyberaggression and Self-Efficacy within the Virtual World and the Real World, Matt Autrey

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Move More, Stress Less: Exploring the Relationship between Physical Activity and Test Anxiety in Undergraduate Nursing Students, Ashleigh Cleveland

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Alternative Therapies for People with Special Needs: An Emphasis on Animal-Assisted Therapies, Emily Hamilton

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Financial Analysis with Artificial Neural Networks Short-term Stock Market Forecasting, Andrew Linzie

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Fair Play: Retributive and Distributive Principles in the Soccer Laws of the Game, Josiah Parke

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HOPE is a 4-Legged Word: How Service Dogs Can Help Veterans Suffering from Combat-Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Holly Katherine Robinson

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A Comparison of Traditional Epidural and Low-Dose Epidural Techniques, Ellen Terry

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BSN Students’ Satisfaction and Self-Confidence in Simulation-based Learning, Aubrey Winum

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Senior BSN Students’ Confidence, Comfort, and Perception of Readiness for Practice, Megan Ashley Wray

Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Alzheimer’s Disease: More Than Just Memory Loss: An Awareness of the Disease and an Active Plan of Coping Strategies and Caregiving, Michelle Lynn Evans

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A Feuding House: An Examination of the Causes and Effects of the Decline of Bipartisanship in the United States Congress, Aaron Jackson Horner

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Culture Counts: An Analysis of Cultural Awareness and Competency among Nursing Students, Ariel Starr Tate