Since the management of family meals has been a major task
in most homes throughout the United States and because of its importance
to family members, this study was undertaken to examine
the management practices used by homemakers in preparing and
A questionnaire, developed by the researcher with...
The purpose of this study was to examine the meal management
practices used in the homes of selected home economics graduates.
A total of 296 questionnaires were mailed to Oregon State University
home economics graduates for the years 1945, 1950, 1955, and 1960.
Forty-nine percent (146) of the questionnaires were...
The way that an individual defines and understands the term “disability” has the potential to affect how they view and interact with people with disabilities. Previous research suggests that classroom interventions and frequent interactions with people who have disabilities can be effective in promoting the social model of disability and...
Three studies were conducted to characterize and present early-seral
competition between Douglas-fir seedlings and the surrounding vegetation
communities during Pacific Northwest forest establishment. The first experiment
served as the foundation for this dissertation and was designed to quantify tradeoffs
associated with delaying forest establishment activities by introducing a fallow year...
This study evaluates the Earth Resources Technology Satellite-
One (ERTS-1) multispectral scanner (MSS) as a means of predicting
lacustrine trophic state and the magnitude of selected trophic state
Numerical classificatory methods are employed to ascertain the
trophic character of 100 lakes in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan,
and New York using...
Few remote health monitoring (RHM) studies have included Mexican-origin Latinos, and even fewer have explored RHM acceptance and utility, reasons for RHM uptake success or failure, or how cultural values influence RHM use among this population. The primary purpose of this study was to determine the remote health monitoring (RHM)...
This compilation of theses and dissertations (a part of the OSU Bibliographic Series) for the period 1970-1977 reflects this university's emphasis on research and graduate study. It may be viewed as an indicator of the contributions made to the state of Oregon through graduate study and research at Oregon State...