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The American Journal of Health Behavior seeks to improve the quality of life through multidisciplinary health efforts in fostering a better understanding of the multidimensional nature of both individuals and social systems as they relate to health behaviors.

The Journal aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the impact of personal attributes, personality characteristics, behavior patterns, social structure, and processes on health maintenance, health restoration, and health improvement; to disseminate knowledge of holistic, multidisciplinary approaches to designing and implementing effective health programs; and to showcase health behavior analysis skills that have been proven to affect health improvement and recovery.

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Volume 31, Supplement 1, August 2007

The Use of Standardized Patients to Teach Low-literacy Communication Skills
pp. S105-S110(6)
Authors: Manning, Kimberly D.; Kripalani, Sunil

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Teaching Medical Students About Health Literacy: 2 Chicago Initiatives
pp. S111-S114(4)
Authors: Harper, William; Cook, Sandy; Makoul, Gregory

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Ask Me 3: Improving Communication in a Hispanic Pediatric Outpatient Practice
pp. S115-S121(7)
Authors: Mika, Virginia Seguin; Wood, Pamela R.; Weiss, Barry D.; Trevio, Leah

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The Causal Pathways Linking Health Literacy to Health Outcomes
pp. S19-S26(8)
Authors: Paasche-Orlow, Michael K.; Wolf, Michael S.

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Literacy and Its Relationship With Self-efficacy, Trust, and Participation in Medical Decision Making
pp. S27-S35(9)
Authors: DeWalt, Darren A.; Boone, Regina S.; Pignone, Michael P.

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Editorial: The Emerging Field of Health Literacy Research
pp. S3-S5(3)
Authors: Wolf, Michael S.; Davis, Terry C.; Parker, Ruth M.

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Measuring Adult Literacy in Health Care: Performance of the Newest Vital Sign
pp. S36-S46(11)
Authors: Osborn, Chandra Y.; Weiss, Barry D.; Davis, Terry C.; Skripkauskas, Silvia; Rodrigue, Christopher; Bass, Pat F.; Wolf, Michael S.

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Making Numbers Matter: Present and Future Research in Risk Communication
pp. S47-S56(10)
Authors: Fagerlin, Angela; Ubel, Peter A.; Smith, Dylan M.; Zikmund-Fisher, Brian J.

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The Role of Numeracy on Cancer Screening Among Urban Women
pp. S57-S68(12)
Authors: Aggarwal, Arpita; Speckman, Jeanne L.; Paasche-Orlow, Michael K.; Roloff, Kathryn S.; Battaglia, Tracy A.

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Editorial: Moving Health Literacy from the Individual to the Community
pp. S6-S7(2)
Authors: Lurie, Nicole; Parker, Ruth

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Facilitating Behavior Change With Low-literacy Patient Education Materials
pp. S69-S78(10)
Authors: Seligman, Hilary K.; Wallace, Andrea S.; DeWalt, Darren A.; Schillinger, Dean; Arnold, Connie L.; Shilliday, Betsy Bryant; Delgadillo, Adriana; Bengal, Nikki; Davis, Terry C.

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Are Instructions for Over-the-Counter Nicotine Replacement Therapy Products Readable?
pp. S79-S84(6)
Authors: Stevens, Amy B.; McDaniel, Kelly S.; Glover, Elbert D.; Wallace, Lorraine S.

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Health Literacy Skills of U.S. Adults
pp. S8-S18(11)
Author: Rudd, Rima E.

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Babel Babble: Physicians' Use of Unclarified Medical Jargon with Patients
pp. S85-S95(11)
Authors: Castro, Cesar M.; Wilson, Clifford; Wang, Frances; Schillinger, Dean

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Communication Techniques for Patients With Low Health Literacy: A Survey of Physicians, Nurses, and Pharmacists
pp. S96-S104(9)
Authors: Schwartzberg, Joanne G.; Cowett, Allison; VanGeest, Jonathan; Wolf, Michael S.

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