CSUN Electronic Theses & Dissertations



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  • Voskerchyan, Mariana (California State University, Northridge, 2019-09-19)
    This paper examines, directly with the health care system. Many Americans deal with debt issues directly associated with the healthcare system. For many years, the health care system has changed multiple times; the cost ...
  • Dirgo, Dannon (California State University, Northridge, 2019-09-16)
    Drainage basins and their network of streams affected by past and ongoing tectonic activity may be characterized by high gradients, re-directed (offset) channels and sediment loads that reflect hydrologically discontinuous ...
  • Mayen, Nelson (California State University, Northridge, 2019-09-12)
    The process of grieving one's child is an awful experience. To lose a child seems out of order with the general trajectory of life. Whether through illness, violence, or suicide, a child's death can leave parents' with an ...
  • Beauchesne, Britany (California State University, Northridge, 2019-09-09)
    Effective and appropriate social skills are critical to an individual's quality of life and likability. While there are many efficacious interventions available, current literature is lacking normative data and of social ...
  • Greenwald, Cassie (California State University, Northridge, 2019-09-09)
    Recognition memory can be described as identifying a stimulus as having been encountered before. There are individual differences in how judgments are made when encountering a stimulus with uncertainty as to whether or not ...