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PARTICIPATION IN NON-WORK ACTIVITIES BY DUAL-WORKING COUPLES EMPLOYED ON ALTERNATIVE WORKWEEK SCHEDULES
FAMILIAL CORRELATES OF FATHER-PRESENCE AND FATHER-ABSENCE
THE EFFECTS OF OZONE, OXIDES OF NITROGEN, AND SIMULATED SUNLIGHT ON ADVANCED GENERATION NYLON CARPET
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MATERNAL BEHAVIOR AND ATTITUDES TOWARD FAMILY LIFE
SELF-CONCEPT, IDEAL-SELF-CONCEPT, AND VOCATIONAL CONCEPTS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS PURSUING HOME ECONOMICS
The costume collection at the Goodwood Plantation, Tallahassee, Florida: One hundred and fifty years of the most intimate possessions of Margaret Wilson Hodges Hood and her family, 1823-1975
DATING-MATING CHOICES AS RELATED TO THE SELF-CONCEPT OF ADOLESCENTS
ASCENDANT BEHAVIOR OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
TRANSMISSION OF SEX ROLES RELATING TO HOUSEHOLD DIVISION OF LABOR
FAMILY PERCEPTIONS AS EXPRESSED BY YOUTH AGES 11-18
DIFFERENCES IN PERCEPTIONS BY GRANDPARENTS AND THEIR ADOLESCENT GRANDCHILDREN
MONEY MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCES OF A SELECTED GROUP OF LOUISIANA YOUTH AS RELATED TO SUBCULTURE, SEX, SOCIAL STATUS AND AGE
CHILD-REARING PRACTICES AMONG SELECTED CULTURALLY DEPRIVED MINORITIES
COMPETENCIES PERCEIVED TO BE IMPORTANT FOR PROFESSIONAL-LEVEL POSITIONS IN THE FIELD OF HOUSING
Clothing interest, self-esteem, body satisfaction and fashion opinion leadership compared with weight of college females
CHILD REARING ATTITUDES OF MOTHERS IN GERMANY AND IN THE UNITED STATES
ATTITUDES OF WOMEN REGARDING GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT OF MARRIED WOMEN
THE SELF-CONCEPT OF MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN
FAMILY ROLES: AN INTEGRATION OF THEORY, RESEARCH, AND PRACTICE
AN ECONOMIC LIFE CYCLE OF CHILDLESS FAMILIES
HEAT INDUCED OXIDATIVE REACTIONS IN MUSCLE TISSUE
CATEGORIZATION STYLES OF BILINGUAL AND MONOLINGUAL PRESCHOOL CHILDREN IN LEBANON
A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF VARIOUS STORAGE CONDITIONS ON FLUIDITY ANDBREAKING STRENGTH OF WEATHERED COTTON
CONSUMER SATISFACTION WITH COTTON FABRICS IN RELATION TO SELECTED PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
CARPET KNOWLEDGE AND CONSUMER RIGHTS
HOME FURNISHING IMAGES OF COLLEGE STUDENTS AND COLLEGE GRADUATES
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF EMPLOYED AND NON-EMPLOYED WIVES
SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL ADJUSTMENT OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN FROM THREE FAMILY STRUCTURES
RELATIONSHIPS AMONG SELECTED HOUSING, MARITAL, AND FAMILIAL CHARACTERISTICS
An examination of various dimensions of life satisfaction in relationship to menopausal symptomatology and hormone replacement therapy
A FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF THE 1965-75 CLOTHING AND HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION GRADUATES FROM FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL UNIVERSITY
CHILDREN'S CONCEPTIONS OF PARENT-ROLE BEHAVIOR
Burnout and marital adjustment in urban and rural clergy families
RELATIONSHIP OF SELF-CONCEPT AND ACADEMIC SELF-ASSESSMENT TO THE EDUCATIONAL ASPIRATIONS OF UNDERPRIVILEGED ADOLESCENT INDIANS
THE SELF-CONCEPT OF ELDERLY WOMEN
RESIDENTIAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN APARTMENTS, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, 1982
SEX DIFFERENCES IN ACHIEVEMENT-RELATED BEHAVIORS IN UPPER-ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN
ANGLO-AMERICAN CLOTHING OF THE SONORAN DESERT REGION OF ARIZONA, 1880-1930 (CLIMATE, ADAPTATION)
CHILD-REARING ATTITUDES IN THREE-GENERATION HOUSEHOLDS
PHOSPHATIDE AND CHOLESTEROL METABOLISM IN RATS FED DIETS VARYING IN FAT AND CALORIES
THE INFLUENCE OF CLOTHING ON PERCEPTIONS OF PERSONS IN SINGLE CONTACT SITUATIONS
THE USE OF GROUP COUNSELING IN THE MODIFICATION OF PARENTAL ATTITUDES CONCERNING THE GUIDANCE OF CHILDREN
FASHION MERCHANDISING CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR A DEPARTMENT OF CLOTHING AND TEXTILES IN KOREA
The relationships of work, home and family to the satisfaction of Florida home economics teachers
THE THEORETICAL BASES AND CULTURAL ORIGINS OF THE MEANING OF DRESS IN WILLIAM HOGARTH'S WRITINGS AND WORKS OF ART
A GRADIENT OF ECONOMIC CONCEPTS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH COGNITION
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF JULIO-CLAUDIAN IMPERIAL DRESS
The effect of nutrition education on the snack food behavior of public elementary school children in Costa Rica
THE EFFECTS OF PROJECT HEADSTART ATTENDANCE ON SCHOOL READINESS
CONJUGAL POWER STRUCTURE IN MILITARY FAMILIES IN RELATION TO MARITAL ADJUSTMENT

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