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[Lee Abbott]

Description: Photograph of Lee Abbott, a journalism student, looking down at something out of frame. In the image three photographs line the wall and another sits on a bookshelf just behind Abbott. Abbott is wearing a cardigan over a button up and tie.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Lee Abbott]

Description: Photograph of Lee Abbott, a journalism student, looking down at something out of frame. In the image three photographs line the wall and another sits on a bookshelf just behind Abbott. Abbott is wearing a cardigan over a button up and tie.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Lewis Abernathy]

Description: Photograph of Lewis Abernathy, a faculty member of the Economics department. In the image Abernathy is viewed from the chest up wearing a sweater over a button up and graphic tie.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Integrating Art with Other Subjects in a Fifth Grade of the Robert E. Lee School in Denton, Texas

Description: The purpose of this study was threefold: (1) to develop an integrative program using art as its core which was put into effect in one of two fifth grades in the Robert E. Lee School in Denton, Texas, (2) to develop criteria for evaluating an art program used as an integrating agent, and (3) to evaluate the program in terms of the criteria and in outcomes in achievement in subject matter.
Date: 1950
Creator: Huggins, Cleo Bell
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Lewis Abernathy]

Description: Photograph of Lewis Abernathy, a faculty member of the Economics department. In the image Abernathy is viewed from the chest up wearing a sweater over a button up and graphic tie.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Lewis Abernathy]

Description: Photograph of Lewis Abernathy, a faculty member of the Economics department. In the image Abernathy is viewed from the chest up wearing a sweater over a button up and graphic tie.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Denton Plan 2030

Description: This is the official website for the Denton Plan 2030. Denton Plan 2030 is an effort by the city of Denton, Texas to update its comprehensive plan for the future growth and development of Denton. The Denton Plan involves input from local residents, as well as the Denton City Council's Planning and Zoning Commission and the Denton Planning Department. The site includes information about the contents of the plan, the planning process, how to get involved, local events, press coverage, and contact information. This item includes a compilation of archived webpages crawled on a semiannual basis.
Date: 2013
Creator: Denton (Tex.)
Partner: UNT Libraries Digital Projects Unit

The Relationship between Self-Reported Bulimic Behavior and Cardiovascular Reactivity to a Weight Stressor

Description: This investigation sought to identify anxiety responses to weight measurement, assessed by verbal report and cardiovascular reactivity CCR3 (systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, heart rate), which might differentiate females with either high or low self-reported bulimic behavior. Secondar i ly,, the study attempted to examine specific autonomic nervous system (ANS) arousal patterns of each group over time. The Bulimia Test (BULIT), Body Dissatisfaction Scale (BD), and a demographic questionnaire were administered to 105 undergraduate females at The University of North Texas. Based on BULIT scores, females were divided into high or low bulimic behavior groups. Of the 105 females screened, forty participated in the experiment which consisted of four phases: relaxation, anticipation of weight measurement, weight measurement, and recovery. Subjects had no prior knowledge of the weight stressor until presentation during the experiment. Results showed that subjects' notion of ideal weight was substantially lower than measured weight. During weight measurement, all subjects reported increased anxiety although the high group reported significantly more anxiety. Contrary to prediction, no significant group differences in CR were found when repeated measures multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) was performed. Orthogonal polynomial trend analysis was done with pooled groups, resulting in significant within-subject trends for all cardiovascular measures. There was also a significant group by time of measurement interaction for heart rate during the weight measurement phase. Correlational analyses failed to produce significant results between verbal report of anxiety and CR. There was, however, a significant correlation between BULIT and BD scores. It was concluded that heightened subjective anxiety during weight measurement could not be attributed to group differences in CR. Regarding ANS arousal patterns, mixed evidence of active and passive coping was seen. Nevertheless, both psychological and physiological measures supported an overvaluation of female thinness consistent with societal trends regardless of group membership. Implications ...
Date: August 1993
Creator: Marcontell, Deborah K. (Deborah Kay)
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Man diving at outdoor swimming pool]

Description: Photograph of man diving off the diving board at the outdoor swimming pool. Trees line the background with a slight view of a building behind them. The swimming pool was open from the 1920s to 1986. The photograph is going through vinegar syndrome which explains the white effect on the image.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

A Comparative Study of the Habits, Attitudes, and Opinions in Regard to Cigarette Smoking on the Part of Three Hundred Freshman and Sophomore Women Students and Three Hundred Freshman and Sophomore Men Students Enrolled in Physical Education Activity Classes during the Spring Semester of the 1948-1949 Session at North Texas State College, Denton Texas

Description: In undertaking this study the investigator had the following purposes: 1. To determine the percentage of the college women of the study who are cigarette smokers. 2. To determine the percentage of the college men of the study who are cigarette smokers. 3. To determine the carious habits of the students who participated in the study in regard to cigarette smoking. 4. To determine the students' reasons for smoking cigarettes. 5. To determine the opinions and attitudes of the students of the study in regard to cigarette smoking. 6. To compare the women students with the men students of the study in regard to cigarette smoking on the basis of the data obtained.
Date: 1950
Creator: Williams, James L.
Partner: UNT Libraries