New Stirling theses added to Research Repository in April #StirNewTheses

Congratulations to our Postgraduate Research students who submitted their theses to the University’s research repository, STORRE, during April.  Some of the theses are available for reading immediately:

A critical evaluation of the implementation process of a person-centred model of care in a new dementia specific care home. By Christopher Poyner

Interdisciplinary Learning: A Chimera of Scottish Education? By Julie Harvie

Essays on the provision of long term care to older adults in Scotland. By Elizabeth Lemmon

The Effects of Brief Supramaximal Exercise on Maximal Aerobic Capacity. By Preeyaphorn Songsorn

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

Trust in the data: External data use by the Scottish third sector. By Tom Wallace

Tropical phenology in a time of change. By Emma Bush

Research and development to optimise hatchery production of ballan wrasse (Labrus bergylta): bacterial control and nutritional aspects. By Antonios Chalaris

How UK and USA Films Represented and Performed Scottishness from 1895 to 1935: With Particular Attention to the Transition to Sound (1927–1933). By John Ritchie

Neural Correlates of Human Cognition in Real-World Environments. By Simon Ladouce

Entrepreneurship and poverty reduction: A study of resettled internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Sri Lankan post-war zones. By Nanayakkara Gunasinghe

Well done to all!

Clare Allan

Senior Research Librarian