The purpose of the study was to compare the visual-motor performance
of college students who reported ingestion of certain drugs with
those college students who reported no drug ingestion. The study
drugs included the following drugs or groups of drugs: tobacco,
alcohol, marijuana, LSD, mescaline, barbiturates, and amphetamines.
Fluid simulation is an interesting research problem with a wide range of applications including mechanical engineering, special effects in movies and games, and scientific simulation. Due to the complex nature of typical fluid flow equations, there are circumstances where a full volumetric fluid simulation may not be necessary to generate...
A 24 bed community hospital was the setting where a comparison
of shared and traditional pharmacy services took place. This study
also provides a model for implementation of shared pharmacy
services for health care professionals faced with improving the
quality of patient care and controlling costs.
Curry General Hospital and...
Potential water scarcity and drought conditions are predicted in and around Eugene, Oregon due to decreased snowpack and subsequent decreased snowmelt in the Western Cascade Mountains. This phenomenon was triggered by a long-term trend of warmer winters scientifically linked to global climate change patterns (Dalton et al. 2013). Numerous stakeholders,...
The objectives of this study were:
1. To determine the job-acquisition skills used by the
1976 and 1977 Clothing, Textiles, and Related Arts
graduates of Oregon State University in obtaining first
2. To assess the relationship between success of the
Clothing, Textiles, and Related Arts graduates of
The purpose of this work was to determine if environmentally-relevant
concentrations of chlorpyrifos and copper, two commonly detected chemicals in
Western surface waters, can negatively impact the biological health of salmonids.
Both compounds are highly neurotoxic to fish, but each with distinct biological target
sites and mechanisms of action. We...