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    • Sleep patterns & marital satisfaction 

      Randall, Lauren; Skopek, Brittany (2013-04)
    • Sleep patterns and marital satisfaction 

      Skopek, Brittany; Randall, Lauren (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2014-04)
      With fewer people getting married and more people getting divorced in Western industrial societies, the study of marriage continues to be a topic of great interest (US Census Bureau, 2012). This current study examined ...
    • Technology and later adulthood 

      Rheineck, Lisa; Fricke, Cheryl (2013-04)
    • University alcohol policy and student attitudes 

      Perkins, Maxwell; Bord, Jessica (2011)
      The problems associated with high-risk drinking affect campus and community health, safety, and academic functioning (Lavigne, Francione-Witt, Wood, Laforge & DeJong, 2008). This non-random pilot study examined gendered ...
    • Visible body modification in hiring practices 

      Aspen, Stephanie.; Barrett, Melita (2009)
      Due to increasing competition for jobs, employers are able to select from a large pool of candidates. A tattooed person may experience negative social consequences, including negative perceptions because of tattoos and ...
    • Waiting until after college graduation to marry 

      Emerson, Christopher.; Fankhauser, Amanda. (2007)
      This study used survey research to capture the attitudes of 25 Midwestern university students on waiting until after college graduation to get married. Results indicate that participants feel that waiting until after college ...
    • Who gets custody? Current perspectives of social work students 

      Zuber, Courtney L.; Adams, Kyle J. (2007)
      Society and the American family are changing, leading to an increasing amount of single parent households. This study investigated the attitudes of social work students regarding non-traditional child placement by surveying ...