Robert H. Prince
Articles/Abstracts - refereed
* -denotes student coauthor
Wilson, J. A., C. W. Babb. and R. Prince. (2006). Protein and Mineral
Digestibility of Three Pelleted Equine Feeds and Subsequent Nitrogen and
Phosphorus Waste Excretion. Professional Animal Scientist
22(4) 341-345. (Read Abstract)
Gallagher, G. R., H. A. Keen*, and R. H. Prince. (2005). Effectiveness of
a White-Tailed Deer Exclusion Fence Based on Traction Limitations of
the Hoof: The Slippery Fence. Proceedings of the Eleventh Wildlife
Damage Management Conference 11: 233-241. (Read Abstract)
Gallagher, G. R., H. A. Keen*, and R. H. Prince. 2003. Effectiveness
of a Perceived Solid Barrier as an Exclusion Fence to Prevent
White-Tailed Deer Damage. Proceedings of the Tenth Wildlife Damage
Management Conference. Eds. K. A. Fagerstone and G. W. Witmer. Fort
Collins, CO: National Wildlife Research Center, 23-28. (Read Abstract)
Keen*, Heidi A., George R. Gallagher, Robert H. Prince, and Ted H.
Touchstone. 2003. The Potential of Texture as a Deer Deterrent: The
Slime Effect. Proceedings of the Tenth Wildlife Damage Management
Conference 10: 429. (Read Abstract)
Wilson, J. A., C. W. Babb, and R. H. Prince. 2003. Digestibility of
Three Commercially Available Equine Pelleted Foods. Proceedings of
the Eighteenth Equine Nutrition and Physiology Symposium, East Lansing,
MI: 95. (Read Abstract)
Gallagher, George R., and Robert H. Prince. (2003). Negative Operant
Conditioning Fails to Deter White-Tailed Deer Foraging Activity. Crop
Protection 22: 893-895. (Read Abstract)
Heaven, L., McBrayer, D., and Prince, B. (2002). Role of Sex in
Externally Motivated Self-touching Gestures. Perceptual and Motor
Gallagher, G. R., J. L. Peacock*, E. P. Garner* and R. H. Prince. (2001).
Conditioning and Habituation of White-tailed Deer to Two Common
Deterrents. Proceedings of the Ninth Wildlife Damage Management
Conference 9:238-246. (Read Abstract)
Martin, R. A., & Prince, R. H. (1990). Variation and Evolutionary
Trends in the Dentition of Late Pleistocene Microtus Pennsylvanicus from
Three Levels in Bell Cave, Alabama. Historical Biology 4: 117
Prince, A. T., Rojek, K., & Prince, R. H. (1989). Reading
Instruction in Georgia's Middle Level Schools. Georgia Journal of
Reading Fall-Winter 1989.
Martin, R. A. & Prince, R. H. (1989). A New Species of Early
Pleistocene Cotton Rat from the Anza-Borrego Desert of Southern
California. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences
88(2): 80 - 87.
Abel, F., Herbster, D., & Prince, R. (1989). Learning Styles and
Inservice Teacher Stress: Is There a Relationship and What Can Be Done
About It? ERIC, August 1989.
Herbster, D., Abel, F. & Prince, R. (1988). Integrating Learning
Styles and Stress Management in the Student Teaching Experience. ERIC
Hoftyzer, J., Mixon, J. W., Jr, & Prince, R. H. (1988), P-Dist: A
Package to Calculate Binomial Probabilities, The American
Statistician 42 (3 August 1988)
Articles - non-refereed
Mixon, J. W., Jr., Prince, R. H., & Walker, S. (1991). Illustrating
Optimal Forest Rotation with a Spreadsheet. Journal of Economics
and Finance 15(1) Winter 1991.
Sidbury, R., Prince, R., Dempsey, R., Baxter, N., & Morelli, R.
(1988). Computing Resources in Small Colleges. SIGCSE Bulletin
20(1) Feb. 1988: 182 (panel discussion)
Prince, R. H. & Chen, H. J. (1988), Selection of the Best
Correlated Normal Population with a Preliminary Test. Technical
Report STA-97, Department of Statistics, University of Georgia.
Prince, R. H. (1983). Selecting the Best Population with an Option to
Not Select. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Georgia.