Theses and dissertations published by graduate students in the Department of Psychology, College of Sciences, Old Dominion University, since Fall 2016 are available in this collection. Backfiles of all dissertations (and some theses) have also been added.
In late Fall 2023 or Spring 2024, all theses will be digitized and available here. In the meantime, consult the Library Catalog to find older items in print.
Theses/Dissertations from 1986
Dissertation: Attributions for Violence in Relationships: Do Battered Women Blame Themselves?, Debra Down
Dissertation: The Effects of Environmental Stress on Financial Planning for Retirement, Gerald Lee Gamache
Dissertation: Job Analysis and Job Evaluation Method Choice: User Qualifications and Implications for Applications and Research, James S. Herndon
Dissertation: The Development of a Paper-and-Pencil Measure of Complex Cognitive-Perceptual Aptitude, Don Michael McAnulty
Dissertation: Estimating the Utility of Job Performance the Influence of the Delphi Technique and Behavioral Examples on Supervisors' Estimates, Scott I. Tannenbaum
Theses/Dissertations from 1985
Dissertation: A Perception Based Integrative Theory of Individual Behavior in Organizations, John Edward Mathieu
Theses/Dissertations from 1984
Dissertation: A Study of the Robustness of the Three-Parameter Item Response Model, James B. Flynn
Dissertation: The Effects of Person-Job Environment Congruency on Individual and Organizational Outcomes, Eileen J. McDonald
Dissertation: Facilitating and Hindering Factors in Implementing Managerial Technology: A Socio-Technical System Process, Eduardo Alejandro Salas Garcia
Dissertation: Effects of Encoding Variety and Concurrent-Task Practice on the Transfer and Retention of Complex Skill, Peter S. Winne
Theses/Dissertations from 1983
Dissertation: Oculometric Indices of Simulator and Aircraft Motion, James Raymond Comstock Jr.
Dissertation: An Error-Dependent Model of Instrument-Scanning Behavior in Commercial Airline Pilots, Dennis H. Jones
Dissertation: Employee Perceptions of Performance Appraisal Systems: Causal Determinants of Fairness, Accuracy, and Acceptability, Michael Dale Secunda
Theses/Dissertations from 1982
Dissertation: Improving the Accuracy of Performance Evaluations: A Comparison of Three Methods of Performance Appraiser Training, Jerry Willard Hedge
Dissertation: Causal Modeling of Organizational Commitment, Karin E. Klenke-Hamel