Randolph, Mickey

WCU

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An investigation of the effectiveness of nutritional education, physical fitness, and cognitive-behavioral therapy on 9 to 11 year old girls' self-concept, body image, and physical activity 2009 1226 Childhood obesity has reached epidemic proportions. Despite the negative physical, psychological, social, academic, and financial effects of childhood obesity, few programs have been implemented successfully to address this burgeoning problem. The ...
An evaluation of the tales for tots program 2010 603 Learning to read is challenging for the majority of children today. Current research documents multiple early reading skills that are essential for later literacy development in children. Further, research on early literacy programs presents incon...
Sex differences on the eating disorder inventory-3 subscales 2011 3008 The purpose of this study was to examine potential sex differences among six of the subscales in the Eating Disorder Inventory-3 (EDI-3) instrument. These subscales were: Drive for Thinness, Body Dissatisfaction, Bulimia, Low Self-Esteem, Emotional...
Children's perceptions of personal attributes of female teachers with a tattoo 2015 240 Tattooing is becoming part of mainstream culture and there are indications that perceptions of people with tattoos are changing. As the number of people with tattoos increases, the likelihood of a child having a teacher with a visible tattoo also inc...