- The role of mystery in preferences for shopping malls Kent, Richard L. // Landscape Journal;Spring1989, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p28
No abstract available.
- Flip charts at the OPAC. Atlas, Michel C.; Little, Karen R.; Purcell, Michael O. // Reference & User Services Quarterly;Fall97, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p63
Presents a study on the use of flip charts at OPAC terminals, and the analysis of OPAC transaction logs. Detailed information on the analysis of the OPAC transaction log; Methodology used in the study; Findings of the study; Discussion on the study.
- Promising polymers Medlin, Jennifer F. // Environmental Health Perspectives;Jan1995, Vol. 103 Issue 1, p40
No abstract available.
- Dollars grow tight in U.S., but foreign research blossoms. Wylie, K. // Advertising Age;6/22/92, Vol. 63 Issue 25, SPECIAL REPORT: RESEARCH pS-1
States that the hobbling effects of both recession and debt reined in the United States research business, while overseas, the track was notably faster. International contribution to revenues; Heading US research ranking was A.C. Nielson Co.; IRI soars into third; Nielson reigns worldwide; Most...
- Plenty of room in Europe, 'ripe' Asia. Endicott, R.C. // Advertising Age;6/22/92, Vol. 63 Issue 25, SPECIAL REPORT: RESEARCH pS-4
States that the research business knows no national boundaries, evidenced by two recent polls form Louis Harris & Associates. Research companies by international revenue; A.C. Nielson holds the top spot; Harris is expected to expand rapidly; Details.
- Affiliation agreements aim mostly at foreign shores. Spethmann, B. // Advertising Age;6/22/92, Vol. 63 Issue 25, pS-2
States that with affiliations on the rise among research companies, the biggest growth area is overseas. Nearly half of the companies planning affiliations this year are teaming with foreign-based researchers; Results of an `Advertising Age' survey; Trend of global business; BRX/Global; More.
- Researchers finally digesting cornucopia of scanner data. Hume, S. // Advertising Age;6/22/92, Vol. 63 Issue 25, pS-3
Offers a look at the shift that is moving away from data collection and into data analysis. Now that clients of research companies have data, they need to learn what to do with it; Clients are demanding more tools to analyze increasing data at their disposal; Placing more emphasis on refining...
- Editorial: Improving quality. // Journal of Academic Librarianship;Nov96, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p421
Editorial. Offers several suggestions to research contributors on how to provide high-quality article submissions. Five basic activities researchers must accomplish to produce good research articles; Writing technique essential for the effective presentation of research findings; Tips on how...
- My moment in the scientific spotlight. Klose, Robert // Christian Science Monitor;5/1/97, Vol. 89 Issue 109, p8
Opinion. Focuses on the author's interest in science research and how he found out he was not suited to this field. How the author takes center stage in the classroom of his biology class during the first week of every semester; Information on the development of the author's interest in worms.
- You can't always get what you want. B.J.C. // Hastings Center Report;Jan/Feb91, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p3
Discusses the report on allocating resources for biomedical research which was released by the Institute of Medicine in late September. `Funding Health Science Research--A Strategy to Restore Balance'; Lack of a call for an overall increase in NIH funding; More.