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Hui-Mei Chen, Hung-Ming Tu, and Chaang-Iuan Ho

promote horticultural activity as a form of leisure, it is crucial to first ascertain participants' attitudes about it. Attitudes represent a relatively positive or negative evaluation of a psychological object ( Ajzen, 2005 ). Participants' attitudes can

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McKenzie Thomas, Kimberly Jensen, Margarita Velandia, Christopher Clark, Burton English, Dayton Lambert, and Forbes Walker

annual gardening supply expenditures, types of information used to improve gardening experience, and respondent attitudes. Results from this analysis provide insights regarding which practices are more (or less) likely to be used and which gardening

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Tina M. Waliczek, Kathryn M. Parsley, Paula S. Williamson, and Florence M. Oxley

). The purpose of this study was to determine if a lecture, a lecture and laboratory learning model, or both influence college student learning gains and whether increases in knowledge result in changes in attitudes about invasive species. Materials and

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Tanya J. Hall, Roberto G. Lopez, Maria I. Marshall, and Jennifer H. Dennis

grower attitudes and perceptions toward profitability, risk, certification, and other factors that would influence their decision to become certified were also included. Respondents were asked to provide the square footage of their operation, gross sales

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Tina Waliczek, Amy McFarland, and Megan Holmes

( Bradley et al., 1999 ). People develop environmental attitudes at a fairly young age, but those attitudes are thought to continue to be malleable ( Bryant and Hungerford, 1977 ). For example, children as young as junior high exposed to environmental

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S. Alan Walters, Kurt T. Range, Bradley H. Taylor, and Wanki Moon

, 1995 ). Consumer attitudes and the purchasing habits of Asian vegetable crops are generally poorly understood; and, in the past, consumer surveys have aided the development of new, unusual, or unique horticultural crop marketing opportunities

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Takaho Taniguchi and Rie Akamatsu

example, recent studies have also reported that knowledge (e.g., the ability to identify fruit and vegetables and the benefits of eating fruit and vegetables), competence (e.g., the ability to prepare fruit or vegetables for meals), attitudes (e.g., fruit

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Danielle E. Hammond, Amy L. McFarland, Jayne M. Zajicek, and Tina M. Waliczek

( Kohlleppel et al., 2002 ). The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between attitudes of parents toward outdoor environments, their children spending time outdoors, and how these attitudes related to their children's overall health

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Melinda Knuth, Bridget K. Behe, Charles R. Hall, Patricia T. Huddleston, and R. Thomas Fernandez

use water. If consumer attitudes and behaviors severely reduce or eliminate landscape water use, it will have a widespread and detrimental effect on the Green Industry. The current climate is ideal to discover the role of consumer attitudes and

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Juliano Martins Ramalho Marques, Ariana P. Torres, Bridget K. Behe, Petrus Langenhoven, and Luiz Henrique de Barros Vilas Boas

( Sirieix et al., 2013 ; Vega-Zamora et al., 2018 ). Most of these changes in fresh fruit consumption have been linked to consumers’ attitudes toward health benefits and place of purchase ( Schoenbachler and Gordon, 2002 ; Uyttendaele et al., 2014