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Prior to and after 40 hours of visual exposure to, and discussion of, a wide range of costume body forms, 51 subjects were asked to respond to eight costume body forms varying in visual effect. Both pre- and post-responses included a description of each costume body form and a selection of the...
The research reported here deals with the development and application of a measure of food shopping efficiency. The measure is based upon the relationship between household dietary adequacy and household food expenditures. In the empirical application, attention is focused on the food shopping...
Beef patties were cooked by surface cooking (pan frying), broiling, baking, and microwave heating to determine fuel consumption for the cooking processes and to evalu ate sensory characteristics of the cooked products. Various appliances requiring different energy sources were included in the...
Increasing consumers' competence to make wiser decisions in buying, preparing, and serving food is an important educational task. In developing an educational program of this nature, in formation about consumers' knowledge regarding important food and nutri tion concepts would be invaluable. The...
To a large extent, the adequacy of physical conditions of housing is considered to be associated with the consumer's preferences for alternative consumption items and various socioeconomic characteristics of that consumer. The relationships of housing adequacy to race, town, tenure, wife's...
The effects of selected construction techniques upon the flammability of certain fabrics used in the manufacture of children's sleepwear are reported. Investigations include all combinations of seven fabrics and five construction variables. Construction variables reported include: self-fabric...
The major purposes of this study were to identify the housing related values, aspirations, and satisfactions of a group of randomly selected low-income rural residents living in private dwellings and a group of randomly selected low-income urban residents living in public housing; and to explore...
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