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    • Discipline and intergenerational transmission 

      Bub, Samantha.; Snyder, Aria (2008)
      The disciplinary practices that parents use on their own children affect the child throughout his or her life and influence the discipline that they plan to use with their children. This study investigated attitudes about ...
    • Discrete 

      Lee, Karlaya (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
      A colleague once described my work as “sophisticated glitter.” The idea that glitter, which is a cheap material and considered kitsch, may be transformed into sophistication, has compelled me to create works of art ...
    • Do men deserve more credit? A study on gender and caregiving 

      Preimesberger, Colleen; Midthun, Kayla (2006)
      Care for the elderly population in the United States is fast becoming an issue many families are facing. This study investigated the relationship between gender and willingness of college students to care for aging parents ...
    • Does student residence influence physical activity at UW-Stout 

      Jones, De'Andre (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
      The University of Wisconsin- Stout’s campus is divided into two sections: North Campus and South Campus. North Campus is comprised of Student Health Services, four active residence halls, a dining facility, and 24-hour ...
    • Drivers of hydroperiod in ephemeral and permanent wetlands 

      Hilger, Anna (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      Wetlands serve as a habitat for many different plant and animal species that rely on various hydroperiods to survive. Understanding the influences on hydroperiod may help to compensate for any future loss or changes in ...
    • Edge detection and feature extraction in automated fingerprint identification systems 

      Moua, Cha Poa.; Boldischar, Mike (2007)
      As a means of access control and criminal identification, Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems (AFIS) are widely utilized. In many areas of business, these systems are entrusted to verify identities of personnel ...
    • Education facilitating students' comfort with LGBT people 

      Craig, Samantha; Wydra, Tess. (2009)
      Intolerance for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community is often intensified by a lack of knowledge and understanding between heterosexuals and the LGBT community(Getz & Kirkley, 2006). The central ...
    • The effect of potassium chloride as a salt replacer on the qualities of processed cheese 

      Patel, Jayjanmejay B.; Patel, Pranaykumar V. (2013)
      The objective of this study was to evaluate and compare the effects of potassium chloride (KCl) and potassium based emulsifying salts as a salt (NaCl) replacer on the chemical, physical, microbiological and sensory ...
    • The effect on lipid profiles after supplementation of cranberry seed oil 

      Eno, Megan. (2008)
      The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of supplementing cranberry seed oil to a population who had borderline high to high total blood cholesterol levels (>200 mg/dl). A total of 19 participants completed ...
    • The effectiveness of game-based learning 

      Floeter, Allison. (2009)
      Digital game-based learning has emerged as a new technology to address training interventions in the business world. As technology increases and the workforce is seeing a generational shift, business must find alternatives ...
    • Effects of domestic versus exotic animals on stress reduction 

      Mikl, Amanda. (2007)
      The use of animals as a therapeutic tool is becoming a more widely studied concept. Researches are finding that animals tend to have positive effects on people. The effect of animal pictures on stress reduction was examined ...
    • Effects of methamphetamine use on the children of users 

      Downey, Jade. (2007)
      Methamphetamine use among users with children is becoming an epidemic in society. This study examined attitudes regarding primary caregiver methamphetamine use and the effects on their children by surveying approximately ...
    • Effects of over-scheduled children: perspectives of childcare workers 

      Kringen, Erin M.; Nagel, Amanda K. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2006)
      This study used survey research to gather the University of Wisconsin-Stout Child and Family Study Center (CFSC) childcare workers’ perspectives regarding the effects of over- scheduling children in Menomonie,Wisconsin ...
    • Effiacy of household agents in the removal of e. coli from produce 

      McIlquham, Mary.; Martin, Aaron. (2009)
      Common household chemicals may provide a safe an inexpensive option for use as agents to wash fresh produce and reduce the population of foodborne pathogens such as E. coli. A comparison of the efficacy of two household ...
    • Electron microscopy images reveal magnetic properties 

      Coughlin, Kirk; Bouc, Matthew; Yungbauer, Thomas; Buelke, Chris (2013)
      Nanoalloys are a fairly new and highly appealing topic of study. Research has shown that different properties and characteristics may be found by adjusting the size and compositional differences during manufacturing. These ...
    • Elements of community visioning: a perspective 

      Murphy, Bridget.; Summer White Eagle. (2008)
      Visioning has found success for individuals, organizations and communities as an intervention for change. This process is used as a catalyst for change that involves all stakeholders. Although visioning has some disadvantages, ...
    • Environmental factors influencing wood frog (lythobates sylvaticus) tadpole size 

      Kilibarda, Shelby; Smith, Amanda (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
      Body size variation among individuals and populations within a species is important to study due to the ecological implications, specifically life history population dynamics. Variation in growth among individuals has been ...
    • Expanding rugby in the United States: a historical analysis 

      Gerasimo, Xanthi (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2014-04)
      This study utilized a mixed methods approach to address the question of how to grow rugby, given the current obstacles faced by the sport within the United States. A comparative historical analysis of rugby, soccer, and ...
    • Exploring job qualifications for an entry level apparel position and use of technologies in portfolio: undergraduates' perspectives 

      Thao, Kang Chu (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2016-04)
      This study examines the applicability of augmented reality software and portfolio criteria ratings in developing professional portfolios for entry- level apparel design and technical design positions. This study ...
    • Exploring the relationship between superstition and defensive pessimism 

      Olson, Rebecca N. S. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      This study examines the relationship between superstitious beliefs and defensive pessimism. Superstitions are beliefs or rituals that help control stress and increase positive or reduce negative outcomes (Vyse, 2014). ...