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    • Factors Influencing Test Performance 

      Bradt, Katie; Johnston, Traci; Otis, Landry; Arnold, Megan; Roberts, Maverick (2022)
      This study investigates the effect of different noise conditions on students’ test performance and test anxiety. Thirty-three undergraduate students attending Carroll College participated in this study. The participants ...
    • Food Insecurity and Cardiovascular Disease 

      Gabocy, Taylor; Ivovic, Kylie; Liday, Sam (2022)
      Cardiovascular disease (CVD) has been shown to be more prominent in individuals who are food insecure as compared to those who are food secure (Chang et al., 2021). According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 2021, ...
    • Gender Disparity In Broadway Sound Design 

      Southworth, Tabitha (2022)
      Sound design is a field that has been historically dominated by men. Especially in the elite Broadway sector, it has been difficult for female sound designers to break in. Carroll College’s She Persisted study collected ...
    • Global Metabolic Analysis of Synovial Fluid Extraction Between ACL Tear, General Trauma, and Osteoarthritis Patients 

      Carlson, Ashley; James, Hailey (2022)
      Osteoarthritis is an inflammatory disease found in the joints causing severe pain and discomfort in patients. Joint trauma is thought to be one cause of osteoarthritis as patients with prior injury often develop the disease ...
    • Heparin Treatment for Pregnant Women with Protein S Deficiency: A Systematic Review 

      Cook, Breanna (2022)
      Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of heparin for decreasing adverse pregnancy outcomes in women diagnosed with thrombophilia disorders, with an emphasis on protein S deficiency. Methods: Literature was gathered using ...
    • Hezbollah: Party of God 

      Webb, McCabe (2022)
      It is difficult to think of a group whose goals and actions resist a simple characterization more than that of the Lebanon-based “Hezbollah” (Hizbulla, Hizballah). Viewed by some as protectors and others as a threat, this ...
    • High Definition Elemental Analysis of Lake Helena Sediments 

      Ross, Alison; Graham, Brette; Benjamin, Kevin (2022)
      Lake Helena has been impacted by heavy metal contamination as a result of historic mining and ore processing impacts on surrounding streams. Located in the northeastern area of the Helena Valley, Lake Helena is primarily ...
    • Hippotherapy as a Treatment Tool 

      Becker, Kaylyn (2022)
      What is Hippotherapy? The professional treatment utilizing the horse, its movement, therapy activities and the natural environment to meet discipline-specific therapy goals. Currently offered by licensed occupational ...
    • Hormonal Contraceptives and the Risk of Breast Cancer 

      Putnam, Emma; Hoke, Kylee (2022)
      A diagnosis of breast cancer (BC) is a scary event in one’s life, leading many with the diagnosis to examine their previous and current risk factors for the disease. Given the wide use of hormonal contraceptives (HC) by ...
    • How Osteopathic Manipulation Treatment Interventions Affect Headache Disorders, A Systematic Review 

      Jones, Amber (2022)
      Objective: To review articles concerning the effectiveness of Osteopathic Manipulation Treatment (OMT) intervention on various types of headache disorders. Methods: Literature was gathered through PubMed and Google Scholar ...
    • How To Support a Survivor 

      Graham, Sarah; Lundberg, Madison; Cherry, Tarryn; Lynch, Mara; Rausch, Emma; Phillip, Henry; Nouh, Ibrahim (2022)
      Sexual assaults happen on every college campus; however despitehigh occurrences, reporting rates assaults are relatively low. “studies have found that only 0% to 5.3% survivors made a formal grievance through university ...
    • Impact of Seizure Alert Dogs in Epilepsy 

      Braden, Bridget; O'Brien, Molly; Bell, Katherine (2022)
      Epilepsy, a seizure disorder, is characterized by a disruption of electrical activity in the brain. Most commonly, epilepsy is diagnosed after a person has two or more seizures (Shafer, 2013). Worldwide 65 million people ...
    • Improving City of Helena Time Leave Process 

      Rodriguez, Javier; Merz, Matthew; Long, Karissa; Bloy, Rory; Lynch, Hunter; Todd, John (2022)
      The City of Helena is struggling with timesheet management issues as it deals with the complexity of city policy and governance. Our team is using Six Sigma Methodology to understand the core variables in their leave ...
    • "In Countries, Discord:" The Forming of Good and Just Human Societies 

      Jarman, Anna (2022)
      Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics and Shakespeare’s King Lear explore the strength of human societies as founded upon individual relationships. For Aristotle, a society’s health depends on a certain degree of cohesion among ...
    • Insects of the Sevenmile Creek Restoration Site: More Than Yellowjackets and Mosquitoes 

      Sater, Shane (2022)
      Insects play an incredible variety of essential roles in all ecological systems. However, they are often underappreciated and poorly known by the public, except for the handful of species that regularly conflict with humans, ...
    • Investigation of Nicotine’s Effect on Drosophila Melanogaster Motor Function and Aggression 

      Nelson, Carrie; Normandeau, James (2022)
      Nicotine, a highly addictive chemical, is a common component of e-cigarette juice. Given e-cigarette popularity among teenagers and young adults, we decided to investigate the link between nicotine and behavior. Our project ...
    • Littlebrook Creek Culvert Replacement 

      Homberg, Sarah; Swannack, Sienna (2022)
      Littlebrook Creek is a tributary of Thornton Creek, located in North Seattle. Under NE 120th Street, between NE 35th Ave and 36th Ave, there is a culvert that runs perpendicular under the street that is collapsing. This ...
    • Low Birth Weight and Maternal Education 

      Eaton, Tess (2022)
      Low infant birth weight (LBW) is a significant indicator of infant mortality, and health risk later in the child’s life. LBW is defined as infants born with a weight of less than 2,500 grams (WHO, 2022). LBW affects societies ...
    • Lowering Rates of Anxiety with SSRI's Compared to CBT 

      Sullivan, Amy (2022)
      Anxiety disorders are the most common of all psychiatric conditions affecting an estimated 19.1% of adults and 7% of children in the United States (National Alliance on Mental Illness, 2017). These disorders are treatable ...
    • A Melody for Anxiety Relief in ICU Patients 

      Wharton, Cassie; Carlson, Josh; Westby, Brooke (2022)
      Patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) can experience varying levels of anxiety. A recent study performed on ICU patients, found that 45% of patients in the ICU will experience anxiety that can be documented (May et ...