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    • Blow out, flight, untitled 

      Walley, Emily A. (2006)
    • Functional foods: a comparison of blueberry muffin ingredients 

      Kaspar, Kerrie L.; Majoni, Sandra. (2006)
      Functional foods have increasingly gained attention regarding their ability to reduce the onset of chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular disease. The objectives of this study were the following: 1) to evaluate blueberry ...
    • Investigation of chemical and physical properties of Southwestern Wisconsin maple syrup 

      Takano, Hiroyuki. (2006)
      Maple syrup is produced in the early spring from February through April when maple sap runs from the maple trees. It is traditionally known that the maple syrup produced from the sap in the later season tends to have a ...
    • Hostage 

      Bamman, Jessica (2006)
      Society has an obligation to acknowledge social injustice in order to motivate action. In my drawings, I subtly portray domestic abuse showing how the action affects the victim's psychological state. Through the process ...
    • Molecular analysis of grashopper populations to aid in prairie restoration efforts 

      Stodola, Levi.; Hurtgen, Brady. (2006)
      Although the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and nongovernment organizations have invested heavily in prairie restoration over the past decade, little effort had been made to evaluate whether insect species that ...
    • Analysis of the transtheoretical model of behavior change 

      Lenio, James A. (2006)
      The focus of this paper is on the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change (TTM). A description of the model, the applications toward modifying health behavior, and the model's criticisms will all be examined. Through ...
    • Iris recognition: a general overview 

      Horst, Jesse (2006)
      This article reviewed the literature regarding iris recognition. The process of iris recognition is discussed in the context of the mathematical principles that underlie this procedure. Possible applications for iris ...
    • Principles of peer interviewing 

      Rask, Raschel.; Smith, Laura. (2006)
      Peer interviewing is a process for hiring employees that utilizes the people within the organization to gain a more complete idea of a candidate?s appropriateness for a position. The advantages and disadvantages of this ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Variety series 

      Kasinskas, Valerie (2006)
    • Responsibility: where does generation Y stand? 

      Butler, Mary; Beranek, Nathan (2006)
      Society perceives Generation Y as being irresponsible. This study investigated the attitudes of Generation Y towards the development of responsibility in childhood by surveying 20 male and female college students at the ...
    • Japan's recycling: more efficient than U.S.A. 

      Olmsted, John (2007)
      Recycling plays a major role in global society. Waste is a big issue and countries are struggling with ways to keep the situation under control. Japan is a model country in terms of recycling. Their efforts have surpassed ...
    • College students' attitudes on the causes of infidelity 

      Koss, Jamie; Lee, Kaisa L. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2007)
      Infidelity is a problem in today’s society associated with instability in relationships and the high divorce rates. The study consisted of 23 male and female students at a Midwestern university. It was hypothesized that ...
    • College students' attitudes toward LGBT individuals 

      Johnson, Tessa M.; Greeley, Ashley A. (2007)
      Discrimination and oppression of the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender (LGBT) community is still very prevalent in society, as well as on college campuses. This study investigated attitudes toward LGBT individuals by surveying ...
    • Ultraviolet/electron beam inks modernize packaging 

      Prissel, Beth (2007)
      Ultraviolet/Electron Beam (UV/EB) technology is changing the ink industry rapidly. As the technology continually improves and expands, it will soon overpower traditional ink systems. The cost of UV/EB materials and machinery ...
    • 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 ...
    • Media ideals--unattainable to most females 

      Taylor, Amber.; Smith, Jennifer (2007)
      The images of females displayed in the media today are thinner than the images of male, thinner than media images of females in the past, than the actual female population, and than the criteria for anorexia (Schooler, ...
    • Zebrafish functional genomics development at UW-Stout 

      Hoage, Tiffany R. (2007)
      Since the completion of the human genome sequencing project, morpholino phosphorodiamidate oligonucleotide (MO) knockdown in zebrafish has been increasingly used to elucidate human gene function. As part of the effort to ...
    • Female students' attitudes on re-entering abusive relationships 

      Zemek, Jim.; Welbourn, Sally (2007)
      Women re-entering abusive relationships is an increasingly important issue. This study investigated female college students' attitudes on why women re-enter abusive relationships in hopes to gain a further understanding ...