USD Graduate Students Works Among Proquests Top 25 Accessed Dissertations and Theses
Matthew Zeller’s work was titled “The violin-family designs of Andrea Amati: Reconstructing the original outlines of the "King" cello and "Propugnaculo" viola.” Analyzing the designs of these instruments in the collection of USD’s National Music Museum, Zeller hypothesizes they were based on certain unit measures in the Cremonese system of that time period.
Ryan Los’ thesis was titled “The effects of self-regulation and self-efficacy on academic outcome.” It explores the relationship between self-regulation and academic achievement and suggests resource management is the most important self-regulation learning strategy.
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