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    • Beverage Consumption of College Students: Factors that Influence Their Choices 

      Randall, G. Kevin; Collins, Nina; Mills, Ellen; Grumbine, Rachel (Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences, 2011)
      Beverage consumption is a major source of energy; intake varies depending on demographics, availability, and personal and behavioral influences (Storey, Forshee, & Anderson, 2006). To date no studies were found investigating ...
    • Evaluation of Waterless Cookware on an Induction Cooktop 

      Coyle, Michelle; Fontana, Michelle; Knaak, Alaina; Lynch, Rachael; Zannis, Maria-Kanella; Collins, Nina; Randall, G. Kevin (Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences, 2008)
      This student-faculty collaborative study compared the effects of different cookware using induction and electric cooktops on overall qualities of chicken breasts including shrinkage, palatability, and consumer ...
    • Food Portion Sizes Consumed by College Students 

      Cloyd, Brooke N.; Collins, Nina; Randall, G. Kevin (Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences, 2008)
      Obesity is on the rise in the United States, and causes of such an epidemic have become the basis of research in many scientific studies. Researchers are looking at portion control or distortion as one part of the problem. ...
    • Home Economics in Higher Education: Enhancing Student Learning and Promoting Responsible Student Behavior 

      Randall, Kevin G.; Dallmeyer, Martha; Collins, Nina (International Journal of Home Economics, 2008)
      Numerous challenges exist for Home Economics/Family and Consumer Sciences Departments and their universities. For universities, one challenge is the promotion of responsible social behavior by students, especially in light ...
    • Influences on Cookware Choices of Young Adults 

      Hammar, Molly; Hannon, Rebecca; Rogers, Rachel; Collins, Nina; Randall, Kevin (Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences, 2007)
      This study employed a focus group of thirteen mid-western university students ages 20-25 to test the hypothesis that after observing a demonstration using high-end stainless steel cookware, college student participants ...