Eric Jamelske
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Measuring the impact of a university first-year experience program on student GPA and retention
E Jamelske
Higher Education 57 (3), 373-391, 2009
Preliminary findings from an evaluation of the USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program in Wisconsin schools
E Jamelske, LA Bica, DJ McCarty, A Meinen
Wisconsin Medical Journal (WMJ) 107 (5), 225, 2008
Comparing climate change awareness, perceptions, and beliefs of college students in the United States and China
E Jamelske, J Barrett, J Boulter
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 3 (3), 269-278, 2013
Public perceptions of air pollution and climate change: different manifestations, similar causes, and concerns
E Tvinnereim, X Liu, EM Jamelske
Climatic Change 140 (3), 399-412, 2017
A contingent valuation study and benefit-cost analysis of the switch to automated collection of solid waste with single stream recycling in Madison, Wisconsin
E Jamelske, G Kipperberg
Public works management & policy 11 (2), 89-103, 2006
Examining differences in public opinion on climate change between college students in China and the USA
E Jamelske, J Boulter, W Jang, J Barrett, L Miller, WL Han
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 5 (2), 87-98, 2015
USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program creates positive change in children's consumption and other behaviors related to eating fruit and vegetables
LA Bica, EM Jamelske
J Child Nutr Manag 36 (2), 2012
Impact of the USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program on children's consumption
EM Jamelske, LA Bica
J Child Nutr Manag 36 (1), n1, 2012
A contingent valuation study comparing citizen’s willingness-to-pay for climate change Mitigation in China and the United States
M Winden, E Jamelske, E Tvinnereim
Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 20 (2), 451-475, 2018
The efficiency gains from site value taxes: the Tithe Commutation Act of 1836
G Clark, E Jamelske
Explorations in Economic History 42 (2), 282-309, 2005
The USDA fresh fruit and vegetable program: a case study of implementation and consumption in Wisconsin
E Jamelske, L Bica
J Child Nutr Manag 38 (2), n2, 2014
Effect of reciprocity on public opinion of international climate treaties: experimental evidence from the US and China
P Stroik, D Chakraborty, W Ge, J Boulter, E Jamelske
Climate Policy 19 (8), 959-973, 2019
Assessing the support for the switch to automated collection of solid waste with single stream recycling in Madison, Wisconsin
EM Jamelske, S Wessling
Public Works Management & Policy 10 (2), 101-118, 2005
Support for an International Climate Change Treaty among American and Chinese Adults.
E Jamelske, J Boulter, WY Jang, L Miller, WL Han
International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts & Responses 9 (1), 2017
Increasing fruit and vegetable consumption during elementary school snack periods using incentives, prompting and role modeling
LA Bica, EM Jamelske, CH Lagorio
The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management 40 (2), 1-13, 2016
The sustained impact of teacher encouragement on elementary students’ vegetable snack consumption: Initial findings from a Wisconsin study
EM Jamelske, E Vernon
Journal of Child Nutrition and Management 42 (1), 2018
Successes and challenges in using group-level incentives to increase children’s aggregate fruit and vegetable consumption for lunch in one Wisconsin elementary school
S Chinchanachokchai, J Jamelske
J Child Nutr Manag 39 (2), 2015
Tracking the Use of Free Produce Coupons Given to Families and the Impact on Children’s Consumption
S Chinchanachokchai, EM Jamelske, D Owens
WMJ 116 (1), 40-43, 2017
A Descriptive Analysis of Health Care Coverage and Concerns in West Central Wisconsin
EM Jamelske, JL Johs-Artisensi, LB Taft, KA German
Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice 10 (1), 16-27, 2009
Impact of teacher encouragement on children’s consumption and non-eating behaviour in a Wisconsin elementary school vegetable snack programme
S Chinchanachokchai, EM Jamelske, E Vernon
Health Education Journal 81 (3), 265-279, 2022
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