Biographies, book reviews, dictionaries, directories, dissertations, encyclopedias, news and newspapers, polls, and style manuals.See individual subject guides for more specialized, subject-specific reference sources.Humanities Core students, please use the appointment button on the Humanities Core Course: Research Resources for Spring to schedule an appointment. Note: a UCINet ID is required to schedule a research consultation.
Index to doctoral dissertations from 1637 to the present, with abstracts since 1980.
A number of master's theses are also indexed, with abstracts since 1988. UCLA has access to all full text dissertations in the database.
UCLA students, faculty, and staff can request non-UCLA dissertations via interlibrary loan.
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The database will eventually include every book, pamphlet, and broadside published in the American colonies or the United States between 16, including more than 450 academic dissertations, most from Harvard University and Yale University. Developing tomorrow's leaders: Examining relationships between servant, transformational, transactional, passive/avoidant leadership and emotional intelligence, motivation and leadership opportunities. Applying positive leadership principles to an investigation of organizational stress in military units and the benefits associated with providing leaders with emotional intelligence social awareness.This site is intended as a central location for information pertaining to theses and dissertations at UCF.It is not intended to replace guidance and requirements provided by your advisor, the College of Graduate Studies, or the Burnett Honors College. The Honors in the Major program began in 1989 and the first Honors Thesis, Each year, both the College of Graduate Studies and the Burnett Honors College recognize outstanding research done by their students.Faculty and graduate students, please contact your subject librarian to set up an appointment to discuss your specific research questions.For all other inquiries, contact the Ask Us Reference Desk in Langson Library (949-824-4976). A response is guaranteed within 24 hours Monday through Friday (excluding holidays and the Winter Administrative Recess).Please check the UCI Libraries hours calendar for holidays and recesses. The following list of dissertations represent research conducted in the area of emotions and emotional intelligence in organizational settings with adult populations.                  DISSERTATIONS from 2015 Adams, L. A comprehensive bibliography for material on the history of the world from 1450 to the present covering all countries and regions, excluding the United States and Canada.Also an excellent resource for a variety of disciplines including multicultural studies, sociology, psychology, women's studies/gender studies, religion, anthropology, political science, history of science, economics, business, education, music, art, and law.