Theses and Dissertations

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Electronic Theses & Dissertations (ETD) is an optional process that the University of New Brunswick provides to graduate students, enabling them to write, review, submit and deposit their theses and dissertations electronically. The collection present in the UNB Scholar Research Repository represents continuining collaboration between the School of Graduate Studies, the Centre for Digital Scholarship, and UNB Libraries. Not all UNB theses are submitted electronically.

Graduate students looking for more information about how to prepare a thesis for electronic submission should view the Electronic Theses and Dissertations page at the School of Graduate Studies.

Title Author Discipline Degreesort descending Date
Does enhancing relatedness amongst varsity-level athletes improve team performance? Campbell, Rankyn M. Education Masters of Education, Counselling Psychology 2018
Evolution and mineralization of the Moose II lithium-tantalum pegmatite deposit, northwest territories, Canada 0. Anderson, Melissa Earth Sciences Masters of Science 2013
Effects of working posture and height on shoulder and spine loading during automobile repair tasks VanIderstine, Alexander Kinesiology Masters of Science in Exercise and Sport Science 2018
Muscle fatigue assessment of prolonged standing work in food service workers during typical work operations Wood, Emily Kinesiology Masters of Science in Exercise and Sport Science 2018
The social determinants of health and individuals with upper limb loss Levesque, Gabrielle Interdisciplinary Studies Master’s in Applied Health Services Research 2018
Estimating heritability of pest resistance in forest trees: exploring potential biases from methodological and ecological factors Edwards, Sara Forestry & Environmental Management 2018

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