Consumers' attitudes toward federal consumer protective regulations and federal consumer educational efforts related to selected consumer products which may be hazardous to health and physical safety
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Information overload: A multi-disciplinary explication and citation ranking within three selected disciplines: Library studies, psychology/psychiatry, and consumer science: 1960-1996 Akin, Lynn Kathryn (1997-05-30)Information overload is a frequently used term describing a condition apparently agitated by the information age. No comprehensive analysis exists determining even the barest essentials: definitions, parameters, research ...
Consumer informatics: Development of a model for documenting and maintaining family medical records Odom-Wesley, Barbara (1999-08-30)The purpose of this study was to develop a model to guide families in documenting complete health information. Design issues addressed include format, size, arrangement, content, and other elements to improve effectiveness. ...