The Honors Theses in this series are the capstone project of Liberty University Senior Honors students.

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Submissions from 2004

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Teenage Consumerism: The Rationale and Results of Media Marketing, Kristi Wollbrink

Submissions from 2003

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The Implications of Emotional/Behavioral Disorder in the Classroom, Stephanie Barber

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Educational Implications Of Three Models Of Learning, Maria Childress

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Eating Disorders and Attachment, Erica Lynn Fidler

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Clustering of the Endoplasmic Reticulum in Aluminum Induced Apoptosis, Adam Nathan Hertlein

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Jonathan Edwards' Life: More Than a Sermon, Matthew Ryan Martin

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Daniel: A Model for the Cultural Relevancy of the Believer, Daniel Christopher Samms

Submissions from 2002

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The Relationship Between Joint Book Reading During the Preschool Years and Later Academic Achievement Along with Age at Reading Independently in Children, Michal Tamara Lacy

Submissions from 2001

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Understanding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Developing Successful Interventions for the Classroom, Amanda Dawn Newman

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Aluminum Inducted Apoptosis as a Model of Neurodegeneration, Doug Strand

Submissions from 2000

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Software Testing as Applied to the Year 2000 Computer Problem, Daniel McCollum

Submissions from 1999

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Purification of 10-5A9 Antigen in Alzheimer's Disease, Gary Isaacs

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What It Means to Be Created in the Image of God, Chris Mueller

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Completed at Calvary: An Examination of the Extent of the Atonement, John M. Poe, II

Submissions from 1995

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Is "Truly Man, Truly God" Truly Coherent? An Assessment of Several Answers, Robert Bruce Foster

Submissions from 1994

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German Immigration and Adaptation to Latin America, David Tock