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    • Enhancing Lithium Ion Batteries through Cation Doping and Graphene Coating 

      Zavala, Caleb Alexander (Sam Houston State University Honors College, 2019-07)
      LiFeP0.1 has emerged as one of the most promising cathode materials for lithium ion batteries for a large variety of applications from smart phones and power tools. to electric vehicles. However. poor electronic conductivity ...
    • IS THE JUSTICE SYSTEM FAIR TOWARD TRANSGENDER INDIVIDUALS? 

      Baqir, Tasneem (Sam Houston State University Honors College, 11/20/2018)
      Previous research has shown that the criminal justice system can at times be discriminatory towards minorities. While most of this research has focused on racial discrimination, few studies have evaluated discrimination ...
    • Mindfulness and Religiosity as Predictors of Forgiveness 

      Lewis, Shaelyn (Sam Houston State University Honors College, 5/9/2017)
      In recent years’ forgiveness and mindfulness have received increasing empirical attention. Historically, both were primarily associated with religiosity/spirituality. It was not until forgiveness and mindfulness were studied ...
    • MOTIVATION AND COMPETITION ACROSS GENDER IN RECREATIONAL MOTORCYCLE RACERS 

      Leard, Raynie Shay (Sam Houston State University Honors College, 2018)
      This study will address the previous evidence that male and female athletes differ in their motivation in sports, by specifically exploring the self-reported incentives in motivation amongst male and female recreational ...
    • THE EFFECTS OF ABSTINENCE-ONLY SEXUAL EDUCATION ON YOUNG ADOLESCENTS 

      Berenzweig, Sydney Jean (Sam Houston State University Honors College, 2020-12)
      Abstinence-only sexual education has been taught throughout schools privately throughout the years but then gained traction and support in the 1960s [7]. It wasn’t until the 1980’s though that Americans started to oppose ...
    • The Impact of Music Therapy Experiments and programs in Correctional Institutions: A Systematic Review 

      Rosenbaum, Kelsey (Sam Houston State University Honors College, 2018)
      The use of music therapy can be seen in various circumstances, such as a hospital setting, and is proven to be of beneficial use to the participants. Common methods include vocal and instrumental performance, composition, ...
    • The Nature of the Relationship Between Crime and Geography 

      McCarns, Kayla Lorelle (Sam Houston State University Honors College, 2019-05)
      Numerous criminological theories attempt to explain the criminality of individuals. While these theories differ they all carry implications for criminal justice agencies. In recent years, a few researchers have drawn ...
    • UNRECONSTRUCTED REBELS: CONFEDERATE VETERANS AND THEIR ROLE IN THE FORMATION OF POST-CIVIL WAR TEXAS 

      Bailey, William W
      Following the end of the Civil War, Confederate veterans returned to a home that was vastly different than the one they left behind. As veterans tried to adjust to the physical complications of their rebellion, they also ...