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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 36, Number 2, March 2012

Use of Theory in Low-Literacy Intervention Research From 1980 to 2009
pp. 145-152(8)
Authors: Wallace, Lorraine S.; Vaughn, Cynthia J.; Rogers, Edwin S.; Rust, Connie F.; Devoe, Jennifer E.; Weiss, Barry D.

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Barriers to CRC Screening Among Latino Adults in Pennsylvania: ACCN Results
pp. 153-167(15)
Authors: Garcia-Dominic, Oralia; Lengerich, Eugene J.; Wray, Linda A.; Parrott, Roxanne; Aumiller, Betsy; Kluhsman, Brenda; Renderos, Carlos; Dignan, Mark

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Differential Accuracy of Physical Activity Self-Report by Body Mass Index
pp. 168-178(11)
Authors: Warner, Erica T.; Wolin, Kathleen Y.; Duncan, Dustin T.; Heil, Daniel P.; Askew, Sandy; Bennett, Gary G.

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Factors Associated With Physical Activity Literacy Among Foster Parents
pp. 179-192(14)
Authors: Dominick, Gregory M.; Friedman, Daniela B.; Saunders, Ruth P.; Hussey, Jim R.; Watkins, Ken W.

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Predictors of Daily Blood Glucose Monitoring in Appalachian Ohio
pp. 193-202(10)
Authors: Raffle, Holly; Ware, Lezlee J.; Ruhil, Anirudh V.S.; Hamel-Lambert, Jane; Denham, Sharon A.

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Preferences, Attitudes, and Behaviors of Health Services Consumers in Turkey
pp. 203-217(15)
Authors: Tengilimoglu, Dilaver; Dursun-Kilic, Türkãn; Güleç, Dilek

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Tobacco Use by College Students: A Comparison of Daily and Nondaily Smokers
pp. 218-229(12)
Authors: Sutfin, Erin L.; McCoy, Thomas P.; Berg, Carla J.; Champion, Heather; Helme, Donald W.; O'Brien, Mary Claire; Wolfson, Mark

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Undergraduate Physical Activity and Depressive Symptoms: A National Study
pp. 230-241(12)
Authors: Elliot, Catherine A.; Kennedy, Catherine; Morgan, George; Anderson, Sharon K.; Morris, Debra

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Longitudinal Trajectories of Perceived Body Weight: Adolescence to Early Adulthood
pp. 242-253(12)
Authors: Seo, Dong-Chul; Li, Kaigang

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Theory of Planned Behavior and Intention to Exercise: Effects of Setting
pp. 254-264(11)
Authors: Spink, Kevin S.; Wilson, Kathleen S.; Bostick, Jason M.

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Social Cognitive Factors Associated With Physical Activity in Elementary School Girls
pp. 265-274(10)
Authors: Bean, Melanie K.; Miller, Sara; Mazzeo, Suzanne E.; Fries, Elizabeth A.

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Prisoner Health and Valuation of Life, Loneliness, and Depressed Mood
pp. 275-288(14)
Authors: Merten, Michael J.; Bishop, Alex J.; Williams, Amanda L.

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