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  Te Florida State University  DigiNole Commons Electronic eses, Treatises and Dissertationse Graduate School6-29-2011  A Qualitative Study To Determine How Arterapy May Beneft Women With Addictions Who Have Relapsed Cherry A. Hagens Florida State University Follow this and additional works at:hp://diginole.lib.fsu.edu/etd is esis - Open Access is brought to you for free and open access by the e Graduate School at DigiNole Commons. It has been accepted forinclusion in Electronic eses, Treatises and Dissertations by an authorized administrator of DigiNole Commons. For more information, please contactlib-ir@fsu.edu. Recommended Citation Hagens, Cherry A., A Qualitative Study To Determine How Art erapy May Benet Women With Addictions Who Have Relapsed (2011).  Electronic eses, Treatises and Dissertations. Paper 4338.   THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF VISUAL ARTS, THEATRE AND DANCE A QUALITATIVE STUDY TO DETERMINE HOW ART THERAPY MAY BENEFIT WOMEN WITH ADDICTIONS WHO HAVE RELAPSED By CHERRY A. HAGENS A Thesis submitted to the Department of Art Education in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science Degree Awarded: Summer Semester, 2011   iiThe members of the committee approve the dissertation of Cherry Hagens defended on June 29, 2011.  __________________________________________ David Gussak Major Professor Directing Thesis  __________________________________________ Marcia Rosal Committee Member  __________________________________________ Tom Anderson Committee Member Approved:  ____________________________________ David Gussak, Chair, Department of Art Education  ____________________________________ Sally McRorie, Dean, College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance The Graduate School has verified and approved the above-named committee member    iii TABLE OF CONTENTS  LIST OF FIGURES v ABSTRACT vi I.   CHAPTER ONE-INTRODUCTION 1 Purpose and Justification of Study 2 Research Questions 3 Definition of Terms 3 Brief Overview of Study 4 II.   CHAPTER TWO-LITERATURE REVIEW 6 Defining Addiction and Hypomanic Personality Traits 6 Cognitive Effects on the Brain Changes 9 Relapse and Predictions 11 Current Treatment Models for Addiction 12 Art Therapy and Addiction 15 III.   CHAPTER THREE-METHODOLOGY 19 Description of research design 19 Guiding Philosophy 20 Data Gathering Model 20 Data Gathering Methods 22 Description of sample 22 Interview 22 Art-making process 23 Content analysis 24 Internal and External Validity 25 Summary 26 IV.   CHAPTER FOUR-RESULTS 28 Taylor 28 Art-making process 30 Summary 34
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