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Research Projects 2011-2012

Success of College faculty members remained strong in the area of refereed publications. The three-year average for 2010-2012 is nearly 100% higher than the 2007-2009 average. Funding success of faculty increased in 2011-12 both in terms of the number of faculty who received grant or contract external funding and the amount of dollars available during this year. The percent of proposals submitted that were funded also increased. Faculty members represented NDSU extensively on the international and national levels with 90 refereed presentations, beating last year’s record number for the College.

Grants & Contracts.  Twenty-five HDE faculty members (42% of tenured/tenure track faculty) received funds from external grants and contracts in 2011-12 by serving as principle investigators or co-investigators, an increase from 2010-11 (34%). As in 2011, 62 proposals were submitted but in 2012, 39 (63%) were approved for funding compared to 46% in 2011. Units reported the approximate grant/contract dollars available for use during this year at $6,340,437 compared to $4,417,961 in 2010-2011.  Funding received by HDE Extension faculty (tenure-track and professors of practice) and funding received by HDE faculty in collaboration with persons outside the College of HDE was included. Other program funding through the Center for 4-H and Youth Development was not included.           

Refereed Publications.  Thirty-eight tenured/tenure-track faculty members (63%) published refereed journal articles (41) or other refereed publications (abstracts/proceedings/chapters (25). With solid success in the past year, the College appears to be performing clearly at a higher level of research success. In the past three years, HDE averaged 49 refereed journal articles per year. This represents nearly a 100% increase over the three years before that (2007, 08, and 09) when the College averaged 25 refereed journal articles per year.

Presentations.   Faculty gave 16 (12 refereed) international presentations in eleven countries including Sweden, China, Canada, Korea, Australia, Turkey, Spain, Algeria, Taiwan, Japan, and Germany. Faculty members from all four of the College academic units presented internationally. A total of 78 national presentations were given during the past year. In total, 42 faculty members (70%) presented at international or national conferences.

Student engagement in research Graduate students co-authored 13 refereed journal articles and 17 additional articles in 2011-12. With 18 refereed articles in 2010 and 16 in 2009, the three-year average is 15.7.  Students co-presented 33 papers at international/national conferences; an increase from 23 in 2010 and 13 in 2009.  The increase in presentations at this level suggests future strengthening of refereed journal publications for students. 


Apparel, Design and Hospitality Management

Publications - Refereed:

  • Rushing, K., Asperin, A.E.  (2012).  Building the foodservice brand personality within the school nutrition setting.  Journal of Child Nutrition & Management, 36(1), from http://www.schoolnutrition.org/Content.aspx?id=17258.

  • Manikowske, L. & Sunderlin, S.R.  (2012).  The Salvation Army Store Project:  Professionals Who Make a Difference.  Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin:  International Journal for Professional Educators, 78(3), 34-37.

  • Seo, S., Phillips, W.J., Jang, J. & Kim, K.  (2012).  The Effects of Acculturation and Uncertainty Avoidance on Foreign Consumer Choice for Korean Foods.  International Journal of Hospitality Management, 31(3), 916-927.  SSCI.

  • Manikowske, L. & Sunderlin, S.R. (2012).  The Salvation Army Store Project: Professionals Who Make a Difference.  Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin: International Journal for Professional Educators, 78(3), 34-37.


School of Education

Grants and Contracts:

  • Dettinger, E., & Buchholz Holland, C. E. (2011). Chi Sigma Iota Chapter Grant.  $100.
  • PI: Erika Offerdahl, Co-PIs: Stacy Duffield, Lisa Montplaisir, Larry Napoleon, Florin Salajan. NSF “Pipeline for Excellent Rural Teachers (PERT),” Amount Awarded: $1,462,496 with an additional $249,908 subaward to Sitting Bull College. Grant Period: 1/1/12-12/31/17
  • Co-PIs Elizabeth Erichsen with Eric Canen at the Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center. Evaluation partner for the Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF SIG) with the North Dakota Department of Health Services. (Total: $1,192,790 @ $238,558 sub-contract with ND DHS for 5 years, beginning 10/1/2011).
  • Vettern, R. PI. (2012-2013) 4-H Tribal Youth National Mentoring Program Grant. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and National 4-H Council. $113,753.
  • Vettern, R. PI. (2012) National 4-H Council and Monsanto Volunteer Development Grant. National 4-H Council. $2,000
  • Mari Borr PI, Brent Young, co-PI.  “ND CTE Program Enhancement Project.”  North Dakota Department of Career and Technical Education, 8/1/10 to 5/31/12  $12,000 (current year).
  • McClain, P. (PI). Slator, B. White, A. & Wood, N. (co-PIs). Broadening the Accessibility and Portability of Biology Animations for NSF, Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement programs. $494,900 2009-2012.
  • Wageman, Justin J.. (PI) North Dakota State Assessment and Accountability System Research Project. North Dakota Department of Public Instruction September 1, 2010 – September 30, 2011. $605,197
  • Wageman, Justin J. (PI). North Dakota Curriculum Initiative. North Dakota Department of Public Instruction Duration of the Grant: March 15, 2011 – September 30, 2011 $400,244
  • Duffield, S. & Martin, W. (CoPIs) November 2009.  Bush Foundation. Valley Partnership for the Network for Excellence in Teacher Preparation. Commitment through 2009-2020. Total commitment of $1,349,998 with potential performance based bonus in 2017 of $143,332)
  • Martin, W. (Co-PI). ND Department of Public Instruction ND-Prime: Problem solving, Reasoning, and Inquiry for Mathematicians and Educators. 2009-2013, $224,074
  • Martin, W. (PI). National Science Foundation. Collaborative Research-Linear Algebra in New Environments (LINE). Collaboration with Georgia State, CUNY Brooklyn College, Grand View University. 2009-13, $38,395.
  • Martin, W., & Montplaisir, L. (CoPIs). National Science Foundation. Noyce Scholars: North Dakota Science and Mathematics Teacher Scholarship Program. 2009-13, $743,516.

Publications - Refereed:  

  • Desmond, K.J., Rapisarda, C. A., Nelson, J. R. (2011).  A qualitative study of doctoral student supervisory development. Journal for International Counselor Education, 3, 39-54. 
  • Eighmy, M. A., & Hall, T. E. (2011, In Press). The Role of the Extension Service in Rural/Frontier Disasters. Education in Rural Australia, 2(2).
  • Eighmy, M. A., Hall, T. E., Sahr, E., Gebeke, D., & Hvidsten, M. (2012, In Press). The Extension Service and rural/frontier disaster planning, response, and recovery. Journal of Extension, 50(X), pp. x – xx.
  • Flage, L., Hvidston, M., and Vettern, R. (January, 2012) North Dakota leadership training boosts confidence and involvement. Journal of Extension (on-line).
  • Frazier, W. R., & Eighmy, M. A. (2012, In Press). Student satisfaction of themed residential learning communities. The Journal of College and University Student Housing, 39. (Role: dissertation advisor, IRB Principal Investigator, collaborated on draft manuscript, collaborated on final edits.)
  • Hall, B., Buchholz Holland, C. E., Karsh, L., & Wang, T. (2011).  Successful Transitions: The Sheyenne Ninth Grade Academy. ERS Spectrum, 29(4), 37-48.  (Co-author, collected and analyzed data)
  • Holyoake, L.; Sturko, P.A.; Wood, N.B.; & Wu, L.J. (In Press).  Are Academic Departments Perceived as Learning Organizations?   Education Management and Administration Leadership
  • McKee, G. & Duffield, S. (2011, August). Impact of cooperative business management curriculum on secondary student attitudes. Journal of Education for Business
  • Nyachwaya, J.M., Mohamed, A., Roehrig, G.H., Wood, N.B., Kern, A.L. & Schneider, J.L. (2011). The Development of an Open-ended Drawing Tool: An Alternative Diagnostic Tool for Assessing Students’ Understanding of the Particulate Nature of Matter. Chemistry Education: Research and Practice, 12, 1210132.
  • Quintus, L., Borr, M., Duffield, S., Napoleon, L., & Welch, A.  (2012).  The impact of the Cornell note-taking method on students’ performance in a high school family and consumer sciences class.  Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education 30(1).
  • Rapisarda, C. A., Desmond, K. J., & Nelson, J. R. (2011). Student reflections on the journey to being a supervisor. Clinical Supervisor, 30, 109-123.  doi: 10.1080/07325223.2011.564958
  • Ryder, L.; Pegg, J.; & Wood, N.B. (In Press). A Project-Based Engineering and Leadership Workshop for High School Students.  submitted to Advances in Engineering Education
  • Salajan, F.D., & Mount, G.J. (2012, March). Leveraging the Power of Web 2.0 Tools: A Wiki Platform as a Multimedia Teaching and Learning Environment. Journal of Dental Education. -- First author, co-collaborator and writer.
  • Welch, A. & Huffman, D. (2011). The effect of robotics competition on high school students’ attitudes toward. School Science and Mathematics, 111(8), 416-424.
  • Welch, A., Cakir, M., Peterson, C., Ray, C. (2012). A cross-cultural validation of the Technology-Rich Outcomes-Focused Learning Environment Inventory (TROFLEI) in Turkey and the United States. Research in Science & Technological Education, 30(1), 49-63.

 Publications - Other:

  • Welch, A. and Huffman, D. (2011). “Students’ Attitudes toward Scientists.” In I. Saleh. and M. Khine (Eds.) Attitude Research in Science Education: Classic and Contemporary Measurements (pp. 263-280). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Duffield, S. .North Dakota State University School of Education NCATE Institutional Report 2012 and accompanying ESPB state accreditation reports. The 108 page NCATE report is accompanied by a virtual exhibit room found at http://www.ndsu.edu/education/ncate_information/ These reports required the equivalent of approximately six months of full time effort over a three-year time period. 
  • Hall, B., Nelson, J., Nielsen, R., Holland, C.B. (July, 2011). The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) NDSU Counseling Program Self-Study Report. Role: Lead author 
  • Korcuska, J. S., Hulac, D., & Harper, I. (2011). An evaluation of the treatment fidelity of the Federal Probation and Pretrial Services’ Moral Reconation Therapy and West River Camp. Vermillion, SD: Government Research Bureau. Report a part of the contract under the Government Research Bureau of the University of South Dakota: "MRT Evaluation", U.S. Department of Justice, Federal, $69,000.00, Funded. Presented report and findings on 01.04.12.
  • Vettern, R., Query, S. & Glanzer, C. (2011). Navigating romantic teen relationships. NDSU Extension Educational Curriculum YD 1596.
  • Welch, A. (2011). Red River Basin River Watch Program Annual Evaluation Report. Fargo, ND: Red River Watershed Management Board.

 


Health, Nutrition and Exercise Science

Grant and Contracts:

  • Draeger, K., Gold, A. L., & Garrity, P. (2011). Building capacity for local foods infrastructure development, USDA Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Program, coPD, $179,000. A three-state project (Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota)
  • Peters, P., Bruns, K., Contreras, D., Gold, A., Keim A., & Mobley, A. (2011).  Mobilizing rural communities to assess and improve the ecological environment to prevent childhold obesity, USDA Agriculture Food and Research Initiative (AFRI) grant, coPD, $4,500,652. A seven-state project (Kansas, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan).
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Nourish and Protect Your Skin, North Dakota Cancer Coalition, 10/1/2011-9/30/2012, $5,000.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., Blue Cross. Blue Shield of North Dakota, 7/1/2011-6/30/12, $7,500.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., North Dakota Corn Growers Association, 7/1/2011-6/30/12, $2,500.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., Northern Potato Growers Association, 7/1/2011-6/30/2012, $100.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., North Dakota School Nutrition Association, 7/1/2011-6/30/2012, $500.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., Ameriflax, 7/1/2011-6/30/2012, $1,000.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., North Dakota Dietetic Association, 7/1/2011-6/30/2012, $1,000.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Teens Serving Food Safely, North Dakota Nutrition Council, 1/2011-12/31/2011, $500.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., Northern Pulse Growers Association, 7/1/2011-6/30/2012, $2,500.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., North Dakota Nutrition Council, 7/1/2011-6/30/2012, $1,000.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., North Dakota Soybean Council, 7/1/2011-1/1/2012, $2,000.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., North Dakota Beef Commission, 7/1/2011-6/30/2012, $2,000.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., Midwest Dairy Council, 7/1/2011-6/30/2012, $1,000.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., Northern Canola Growers Association, 7/1/2011 - 6/30/2012, $2,500.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, 7/1/2011-6/30/2012, $2,500.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., North Dakota Wheat Commission, 7/1/2011-6/30/2012, $1,000.
  • Garden-Robinson, J. Eat Smart. Play Hard., Northarvest Bean Growers Association, 7/2011-6/30/2012, $1,000.
  • Kingery, L, & Gold, A. (2011). Growing up healthy in the Red River Valley sustainability grant. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation, coPI, $20,000.
  • Hansen, P. Athletic training graduate assistants at Sanford Health [August 15th 2011 to May 15th 2012]. $16,320.00.
  • Hansen, P. Athletic training graduate assistants at Concordia College [August 15, 2011-May 15, 2012].  $14,100.00.
  • Hansen, P. Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education buyout [February 15, 2012-June 30, 2012].  $4,159.00.
  • Strand, B., Mayville State University (2011-12). Funding for graduate assistants, $22,400.
  • Whittlesey, C. & Deutsch, J. (2012). Phil Hansen sportsmanship camp for kids 2012, National Football League, $4,000
  • Maddock, R., Martin, J., Garden-Robinson, J., et al. Renewal on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation: Land, cattle, beef and people, USDA – AFRI, 1/1/11-2/31/16, $2,798,902.
  • McClean, P., Osorno, J., Garden-Robinson, J., et al. Common Bean Coordinated Agricultural Project, USDA, 9/1/2009-8/31/2013, $4,000,000. (collaborative effort with several universities).
  • Myers, D., Hall, C., Pieri, R., Garden-Robinson, J., et al. A Collaborative Approach to Increasing Diversity in Food Sciences through the Multicultural Scholars Program, USDA-NIFA, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Multicultural Scholars Program 1/1/11-12/31/2015, $160,000.
  • Stastny, S. & Garden-Robinson, J. Eating for Your Eyes II – Diabetic Retinopathy, National Institute of Health/National Eye Institute/ ND Optometric Association, 3/2011-9/2011, $10,000.
  • Wolf-Hall, C.E., Garden-Robinson, J., Goswami, R. Hall, C., Khaitsa, M., Littlefield, R., Miljkovic, D.,  Pruess, B., Simsek, S., & Wachenheim, C. Interdisciplinary Approach to Food Safety Education and Training.  USDA-CSREES-HEP-002116-Food and Agricultural Sciences National Needs Graduate and Postgraduate Fellowship (NNF) Grants Program, 9/2010-8/2014, $222,500
  • Wolf-Hall, C., Garden-Robinson, J., et al. Great Plains Portal to Food Safety: Educating Tomorrow's Leaders, Part II. USDA-CSREES-Food and Agricultural Sciences National Needs Graduate and Postgraduate Fellowship NNF Grants Program, 1/2009-12/2013, $13,500.  

Publications - Refereed:

  • Fisk, P. S. II, Middaugh, A. L., Rhee, Y. S. & Brunt, A. R. (2011). Few favorable biomarkers between fruit and vegetable intake and biomarkers for chronic disease risk in Americans. Nutrition Research, 31, 616-624. 
  • Hetland, K., & Strand, B. (2012). A status report of PETE faculty in the Central District. The Physical Educator, 69(1), 36-51.
  • Lindback, M., Albrecht, J., & Strand, B.  (2012). What sport coaches should know about concussions. Journal of Youth Sports, (6)2, 7-12.
  • Martinez-Gomez, D., Eisenmann, J.C., Tucker, J.M., Heelan, K.A., & Welk, G.J. (2011). Associations between moderate-to-vigorous physical activity and central body fat in 3-8 year-old children. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity, 6(2-2), e611-614.
  • Middaugh, A., Fisk, P., Brunt, A., & Rhee, Y. (2012). Is there an association between income and fruit and vegetable consumption? Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 44, 196-204.
  • Mozumdar, A., Liguori, G., & DuBose, K. Occupational physical activity and risk of coronary heart disease among active and non-active working-women of North Dakota: A Go Red North Dakota study. Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 69(2):201-219. DOI 10.1127/0003-5548/2011/0111.
  • Nyquist, H., Rhee, Y., Brunt, A., & Garden-Robinson, J. (2011). Promoting healthy eating and exercise through online messages: A pilot study. Journal of Extension, 49, 6.
  • Rhee, Y., & Brunt A. (2011). Flaxseed supplementation improved insulin resistance in obese glucose intolerant people: a randomized crossover design. Nutrition Journal, 10, 44.
  • Stastny, S. (2011). Becoming an online teacher of food production management. Journal of Culinary Education, 1, 6-20. 
  • Stastny, S., Evanson, A., & Mozumdar, A. (2011). Effect of nutrition facts panel and ingredient declaration on customer satisfaction and perception of nutrition. Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 14(4), 310-333.
  • Strand, B., & Bender, V. (2011). Knowledge and use of appropriate instructional strategies by physical education teachers. The Physical Educator, 68, 2-17.
  • Tucker, L.A., & Tucker, J.M. (2011). Television viewing and obesity in 300 women: Evaluation of the pathways of energy intake and physical activity. Obesity, 19(10), 1950-1956.
  • Wojahn, L., Rhee, Y., Hansen, P., & Terbizan, D. (2011). The comparison of dietary intake based on injury occurrence in collegiate track and field athletes. Missouri Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 21, 62-73.

Human Development and Family Science

Grants and Contracts:

  • Gebeke, D. (P.I.), & Brotherson, S. (Co-P.I.). Gearing Up for Kindergarten Implementation Project. Contract award from North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, $55,890.07.
  • Gebeke, D. (P.I.), Brotherson, S. (Co-P.I.), & Query, S. (Co-P.I.). Gearing Up for Middle School Pilot Project. Contract award from the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, $2,504.83.
  • Hektner, J.M. (2011). Grant Development for the Nurtured Heart Approach, Cass County Extension, $5,000.
  • Hektner, J. M. (2011). Evaluation of Early Risers Implemented by Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch. Subcontract of Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch grant from OJJDP and Dept. Ed., $15,598.01.
  • Query, S. Parents LEAD, North Dakota Department of Transportation, 7/1/2011 – 9/30/2011. $8,000.
  • Query, S. Parents LEAD, North Dakota Department of Transportation, 10/1/2011 – 9/30/2012. $14,919.00.
  • Sanders, G.F. Path ND Research, 8/15/2008 - 5/15/2013, $17,041.30.
  • Sanders, G. F., Fuller-Iglesias, H., & Fitzgerald, M.A. Mental Health and Aging Education 2011. $23,867from the North Dakota Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, $13,368.64
  • Secor-Turner, M. (PI), & Randall, B. A. (Co-PI). (2012). Culturally specific health-related risk & protective factors among rural Kenyan adolescents. Society for Research on Adolescence Innovative Small Grants Program. $7,000.
  • Brotherson, S. (P.I.). Gearing Up for Kindergarten Evaluation Project. Sub-contract award from North Dakota State Parent Information Resource Center (via ND Department of Public Instruction), 10/1/2010 to 9/30/2011, $1,768.34
  • Deal, J., Fitzgerald, M., Hektner, J., & Sanders, G.  Great Plains Inter-University Consortium University Passport Project. Subcontract of U. S. Department of Agriculture grant to Kansas State University, 2010-2011; $12,980.77.
  • McCourt, M. (PI/PD) and Rebecca J. Woods (Co-I), “Infants’ use of Visual Information in Object Individuation”, ARRA Administrative Supplement (Enhancing NCRR Pilot Project Mechanism) to National Center for Research Resources, P20 RR020151, “COBRE Center for Visual and Cognitive Neuroscience”, 9/23/10-9/22/12, $125,198.00.
  • McGeorge, C.  Sub-contract to conduct the evaluation of the effectiveness of the FORWARD grant. Larger Grant: NDSU FORWARD: Transforming a Gendered Institution, 2007, C. Schnell, P.I., $13,365.69.
  • Query, S., Young, B., & Hauge, L.  North Dakota 4-H SET for the Future  Sustaining Community Project; CREES CYFAR; 7/1/2010 – 6/31/2011; $120,000.

Publications - Refereed:

  • Bartoszuk, K. & Randall, B. A. (2011). Characteristics and perceptions of 4-H participants: Gender and age differences across adolescence. Journal of Extension [On-line], 49(3) Article 3FEA6. Available at: http://www.joe.org/joe/2011june/a6.php
  • Bjelde, K. E. and Sanders, G. F. (2012). Change and Continuity: Experiences of Midwestern snowbirds.  Journal of Applied Gerontology, 31, 314-335. DOI: 0.1177/0733464810386223
  • Blodgett Salafia, E.H., & Lemer, J.L. (2012). Associations between multiple types of stress and disordered eating among girls and boys in middle school. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 21, 148-157.
  • Brotherson, S. E., & Moen, D. A. (2011). Establishing a home: A study of practical dimensions in the transition to marriage. Family Science Review, 16(2), 59-74.
  • Brotherson, S. E., Rittenbach, C., & White, J. M. (2012). Impacts of Parents Forever on parental behavior and adjustment during divorce: A short-term follow-up evaluation study. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 53(4), 267-291.
  • Brotherson, S. E., Holmes, E. K., & Bouwhuis, C. J. (2012). Impacts of a parenting newsletter on fathers of kindergarten children. Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research and Practice about Men as Fathers, 10(1), 31-46.
  • Carlson, T. S., McGeorge, C. R., & Anderson, A. (2011). The importance of spirituality in couple and family therapy: A comparative study of therapists’ and educators’ beliefs. Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal, 33(1), 3-16.
  • DeJean, S. L., McGeorge, C. R., & Carlson, T. S. (2012). Attitudes toward never-married single mothers and fathers: Does gender matter? Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 24 (2), 121 – 138.
  • Haire, A. R., & McGeorge, C. R. (2012). Negative perceptions of never-married custodial single mothers and fathers: Applications of a gender analysis for family therapists. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 24 (1), 24 – 51.
  • Holmes, E. K., Brotherson, S. E., & Roy, K. (2012). Guest Editorial: Community-based programs serving fathers. Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research and Practice about Men as Fathers, 10(1), 3-5.
  • Sanders, G. F. (2011): The Great Plains IDEA Gerontology program: An online, interinstitutional graduate degree. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 32:3, 233-244 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02701960.2011.598974
  • White, J. M., Brotherson, S. E., Galovan, A. M., Holmes, E. K., & Kampmann, J. A. (2011). The Dakota Father Friendly Assessment: Measuring father friendliness in Head Start and similar settings. Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research and Practice about Men as Fathers, 9(1), 22-43.

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