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  • Predicting Compensatory Health Beliefs from Impulsiveness and Time Perspective 

    Derry, Demie L. (2017-06-15)
    Previous research suggests a relationship between impulsiveness and health behavior, time perspective and health behavior, compensatory health beliefs (CHB) and health behavior, as well as CHB and impulsiveness. However, ...
  • A prelude and fugue on a theme of factorization 

    North, Marissa Emiko (2014-04-07)
    The past decade has seen much research on factorizations of elements in multiplicative monoids and integral domains. In particular, the use of graphical representations such as irreducible divisor graphs, compressed ...
  • The Presence of Text and Family Scholarly Culture: Ramifications for Low-Income and English Language Learning Students and School Librarians 

    Branch, Allison N. (2015-02-17)
    Students from low-income homes and students who speak a language other than English encounter literacy struggles that can affect their learning during the K-12 years. These struggles may be linked to two factors: the absence ...
  • Prevalence of tick-borne pathogens in white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) and black-legged deer tick (ixodes scapularis) collected in Central Missouri. 

    Vincent, Geoffrey P. (2013-04-01)
    Ticks (Arachnida: Acarina) are vectors of many human disease-causing pathogens. In this study we focus on the prevalence of three pathogens, Rickettsia rickettsii, Borrelia burgdorferi, and Ehrlichia spp. that are responsible ...
  • Prevalence of trichobilharzia and escherichia coli in Missouri lake systems 

    Roberts, Roxanne M. (2015-07-25)
    Escherichia coli is a fecal bacterium used to determine water system health and the avian schistosome Trichobilharzia (family Schistomatidea) is a parasite of waterfowl gastrointestinal tracts that can cause dermatitis ...
  • Prevention through Design (PtD) Business Case: Manufacturing 

    Popov, Georgi, PhD, QEP (2016-05-24)
    One of the many challenges SH&E professionals are facing is developing skills to convince management to maximize the effectiveness of the safety program and consequently increase quality and productivity. In this session, ...
  • Prevention through Design (PtD) Education 

    Popov, Georgi I. (2011-12-03)
    Prevention through Design (PtD) addresses occupational safety and health needs in the design and redesign processes to prevent or minimize the work-related hazards and risks associated with the construction, manufacture, ...
  • Prevention through Design (PtD) for Hazards in Construction 

    Popov, Georgi, PhD, QEP (2016-04-19)
    • As indicated in the Prevention through Design Hierarchy of Controls model, the most effective means of preventing and controlling occupational injuries, illnesses, and fatalities in construction is to avoid, eliminate ...
  • Prevention through Design (PtD) for Hazards in Construction 

    Popov, Georgi, PhD, QEP (2015-09-03)
    With the results of a risk assessment in hand, the optimal move is Prevention through Design (PtD). In this session, you will learn how to affect that link and use PtD methodology for hazards specific to the construction ...
  • Prevention through Design (PtD) Model 

    Popov, Georgi I. (2012-02-15)
    A Value-add project for refuse trucks improvements is presented. PtD principles are combined with risk assessment tools, productivity evaluation and sustainability. EHS professionals could play a significant role in the ...
  • Prevention through Design (PtD) Standard Integration 

    Brown, Rayna; Popov, Georgi, PhD, QEP (2014-03-03)
  • Probability Educational Module 

    Popov, Georgi I. (2011-12-03)
    Various probability models were developed to help the students understand probability formulas and calculations.
  • Problem- and project-based learning involving collaboration 

    Wade, Mary J. (2015-06-30)
    As the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) have been adopted across the nation, an emphasis on the importance of students being college and career ready has become more relevant. Problem- and project-based learning (PBL) ...
  • Promoting human development through play 

    Khaytin, Jane (2015-08-06)
    This review of literature was designed to show that play is an essential part of childhood and learning. Play is integral to human development because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well ...
  • A proposed event management system in Iraq using drupal 

    Abdulwahid, Ahmed A. (2014-07-28)
    Content Management System (CMS) is a new technology of the web development field. Nowadays, this topic is very popular in researching. Drupal is one of the most popular content management system. The Iraqi researchers and ...
  • Psychologists' practices in obtaining informed consent 

    Bristow, V. Lynn (2012-06-11)
    The degree and extent of the use of informed consent by licensed and practicing psychologists was explored via random sampling of 150 psychologists licensed in the State of Missouri. Those sampled received a questionnaire ...
  • PtD A Program That Fits All OSHE Fields 

    Popov, Georgi I. (2011-12-03)
    PtD: A Program That Fits All OSHE Fields
  • PtD BCC MV 

    Biddle, Elyce (2014-01-16)
    The proposed Business Case Calculator for Road Safety Strategies (BCC) will provide safety and health professionals with the ability to demonstrate the business value of preventative interventions that improve the safety ...
  • Public perception of religious extremists 

    Story, Kellen E. (2014-07-24)
    This paper will seek to explain and discover if there is any correlation between what the general public thinks of religious extremists as related to terrorism. First, it needs to be deter-mined if there is a history of ...
  • Putting Shakespeare on the high school stage 

    Conant, Liz H. (2012-02-01)
    Performing Shakespeare on stage is an educationally beneficial and enriching experience for high school students. However, high school theatre teachers are apprehensive to direct Shakespeare due to the extra time involved ...