Stirling research theses added to STORRE in September and October


We had a number of theses added to the University’s research repository, STORRE, during the months of September and October. Some of these theses are publicly available now:



The influence of sex, training status, and fatty acid supplementation on T-lymphocyte populations at rest and in response to acute exercise by Frankie Fantom Brown


Optimising Structured P2P Networks for Complex Queries by Jamie Furness


The social, geographical, and structural environments of minor noble residences in Angus, 1449-1542 by Katherine Buchanan


A practical framework for harmonising welfare and quality of data output in the laboratory-housed dog by Laura Hall


The Lateralisation of Emotion in Social Mammals by Adam Milligan


The challenge of achieving impartiality in Maltese TV news programming by Joanna Spiteri


Searching for the optimal control strategy of epidemics spreading on different types of networks by Katarzyna Slawinska



The other theses are embargoed for a period to allow the authors time to write up work for publication:


Effect of language background on metalinguistic awareness and theory of mind by Danielle K. Peason


Confidence in Initiation of Breastfeeding by Margaret Ellenor Edwards


Contextual Musicality: vocal modulation and its perception inhuman social interaction by Juan Leongómez Pena


Alcohol Marketing and Young People’s Drinking: The Role of Perceived Social Norms by Patrick Kenny


Creating Educational Experiences through the Objects Children Bring to School by Muriel Logan


John Gerstner and the Renewal of Reformed Evangelicalism in Modern America by Jeffrey McDonald


Information exchange between patients and nurses during routine nursing care in ward settings: A qualitative multiple case study by Vivianne Crispin


Studies on arteriosclerotic pathologies, haematology, immunology and lipids of captive Atlantic bluefin tuna by Saviour Caruana


Mathematical modelling of population and disease control in patchy environments by Rachel Lintott


Anthropic sediments on the Scottish North Atlantic seaboard: Nature, versatility and value of midden by Laura Hamlet


Survive or thrive: creating options for sustainable communities in rural Scotland by Anne Winther




Congratulations to all those who have successfully completed their doctorates!





Clare Allan

Subject Librarian