By Sarah Palmer, Customer Experience Team Lead
Happy 2016! Did you kick off the new year with a device that politely tells you to stand up every hour? Or counts your steps? Or did you start a new workout routine? Are you trying to track your food and build healthy habits? As with many of the topics we explored in 2015 (Summer Reads, House of Commons, Star Wars and more!) there’s a Dissertation for your New Year’s Resolution.
Bird, Jessica. 2015. "Nutrition and Meal Guide for Crossfit Athletes." Order No. 1586145, California State University, Long Beach.
Clinger, Adam. 2015. "How Fitness Informatics Motivate Adults to Exercise and Monitor Diet: A Qualitative Case Study." Order No. 3701744, The University of the Rockies.
Luly, Kimberly. 2013. "Customizable Workstation." Order No. 1552232, Rochester Institute of Technology.
Murray, Amy K. 2015. "The Perceived Benefits of Consuming a Paleolithic-Type Diet." Order No. 1596421, D'Youville College.
Sterner, Danielle. 2012. "Consumers' Views regarding the use of Smart Phones for Tracking Dietary Intake and Exercise: A Qualitative Study." Order No. 1509385, Arizona State University.
Westrup, Ryan D. 2014. "Does the use of the FITBIT Accelerometer Increase Physical Activity Levels?" Order No. 1556746, University of Central Oklahoma.
Note: To view the dissertations in this post you must have access to ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global through a library.