Research

Adult Research

Adult Research:

Effectiveness of Using Self-Awareness Techniques with Selected Assessment Tools to Increase Credibility of Older Drivers' Self-Report of Driving Ability.
Professor Marilyn Kane and the following graduate students in the class of 2004: Alaina Barker, Erica Granzin, Sheila Kunkel, Ginger Perritt, Lauren Raden, Diana Runcorn, Rebecca Weissman, and Jennifer Ziegler.

Efficacy of an Aquatic Movement Program for Individuals with Arthritis
Alison Eisnor, MS, OT 2000
Thesis Adviser: Carol John

Increasing Motivation in Older Adults
Megan Ann Deskin, MS, OT 2000
Thesis Adviser: Carol John

Intermanual Transfer of a Novel Writing Task in Young Adults without Disability:
A Kinematic Perspective
Megan Andrea, MS, OT 2000
Thesis Adviser: Kinsuk Maitra

Leisure Interest of the Baby Boom Generation
Karin Amiraian, MS, OT  2000
Thesis Adviser: Sue Leicht

Perceptions about the Work Environment and Stress Levels for Occupational Therapy Professionals Working with Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Elizabeth A. Kreiling, MS, OT 2004
Thesis Adviser: Catherine Y. Gordon

The Effects of Stroke on Upper Extremity Movements in the Real and Virtual Environments.
Professor Marilyn Kane and the following graduate students from the class of 2005: George Barot, Lauren David, Jeff Halbert, Amanda Mastrodomenico, Jenny Post, and Aaron Stewart.

The Relationship of Motor Return and Functional Performance after Stroke.
Professor Sue Leicht and graduate class of 2002.

Sexual Dysfuntion Post Stroke
Kristine Ann Lowenwirth, MS, OT 2004
Thesis Adviser: Sue Leicht

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