This qualitative study considered faith as a part of the lifespan development of adults with developmental disabilities between the ages of 30 and 67 years. Ten individuals who participated attended an adapted liturgy and/or fellowship group hosted by two Roman Catholic faith formation groups. The data were gathered through individual,...
The regulation of behavior is a major issue in early childhood development, with
important implications for children’s adaptive and maladaptive developmental outcomes.
Emerging research suggests that the degree of successful self-regulation depends upon
the efficiency of the child’s attentional system and that the ability to focus and sustain
Sharon and I met at her house and conducted the interview at her kitchen table. I have been staying with her in Lakeview, so we already knew each other pretty well. She wore Capri spandex pants and an oversized t-shirt. She rarely brushed her hair, and it was tied back...
Evidence supporting the contribution of American high school
curricula to student transition from school to work was inconclusive.
Social science research indicated that high school programs had little
effect upon student achievement after leaving school. This study
developed a model to identify factors that influence the transition
from school to...
The purpose of this study was to identify learning activities that
were both Future Homemakers of America/Home Economics Related
Occupations goal-related and realistic for use in the home economics
classroom. The hypothesis tested was: there is no significant difference
between mean scores of individual learning activities related
to FHA/HERO goals...
Blueberry production in Oregon is highly reliant upon the ecosystem services of native pollinators, which provide as much as a quarter of the total pollination services received by Blueberry growers. However, the health of these pollinator populations may be affected in yet unforeseen ways as growers adopt new pest management...
Statisticians often focus on sampling or experimental design and data analysis while
paying less attention to how the response is measured. However, the ideas of statistics may be
applied to measurement problems with fruitful results. By examining the errors of measured
responses, we may gain insight into the limitations of...