Gray, Cora

UNCG

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A survey of food practices of 124 eleventh and twelfth grade students in three North Carolina communities 1946 13 This study is an evaluation of the dietary practices of 124 high school juniors and seniors in four selected schools, two urban and two rural, in and near Greensboro, North Carolina. The data for the study were collected during the early fall of 1946...
A study of plate waste in the dining hall of a state woman's college 1946 12 There have been a great many dietary studies of students in colleges and universities in all parts of the country. Many have compared diets in different kinds or eating places such as cooperative dormitories, cafeterias, sororities, light housekeepin...
An evaluation of the adequacy of diets planned in a home management house 1946 11 The dietary habits of college women have increasingly interested dietitians, nutritionists and research workers for the past half-century. Food habits at college depend upon home dietary practices more or less modified by the influence of knowledge g...
A comparison of the diet of a selected group of grade children living in a boarding school with those of a similar group of day students 1947 6 Many studies have recently been made on the nutritive value of American diets, and on the importance of good food habits. Two quotations indicate the present attitude toward nutrition. If health is the first objective in education, then nutrition sta...
A survey of the diets of the children in the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades of Curry school 1947 10 Recent dietary surveys of nine to eleven year old North Carolina school children by the Nutrition Division of the State Board of Health show that a large percentage of them have poor diets. The present study was undertaken because this county had not...