Date of Award
Dr. Arlene K. Kestner
Dr. Rogers J. Newman
Dr. Beverly Wade
The goal of the present research was to determine the status of aromatherapy and the frequency of use among college students. A total of seventy-six Southern University students from general psychology classes served as volunteers in the pilot study. The study required the use of a ten-question survey that asked for information pertaining to aromatherapy. It was found that college students use products containing soothing fragrances but are not familiar with the effects.
Evans, Cicely, "Aromatherapy and the frequency of use among college students" (1996). Electronic Dissertation and Theses. 29.