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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 26, Number 2, 1 February 2011

Editors’ introduction to the special issue on health promotion interventions
pp. 129-132(4)
Authors: Abraham, Charles; Johnson, Blair T.

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Changing exercise through targeting affective or cognitive attitudes
pp. 133-149(17)
Authors: Conner, Mark; Rhodes, Ryan E.; Morris, Ben; McEachan, Rosemary; Lawton, Rebecca

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Self-efficacy as a moderator of the planning–behaviour relationship in interventions designed to promote physical activity
pp. 151-166(16)
Authors: Luszczynska, Aleksandra; Schwarzer, Ralf; Lippke, Sonia; Mazurkiewicz, Magda

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Cognitive-behavioural health-promotion intervention increases fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity among South African adolescents: a cluster-randomised controlled trial
pp. 167-185(19)
Authors: Jemmott III, John B.; Jemmott, Loretta S.; O’Leary, Ann; Ngwane, Zolani; Icard, Larry; Bellamy, Scarlett; Jones, Shasta; Landis, J. Richard; Heeren, G. Anita; Tyler, Joanne C.; Makiwane, Monde B.

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Effects of the Positive Action programme on problem behaviours in elementary school students: A matched-pair randomised control trial in Chicago
pp. 187-204(18)
Authors: Li, Kin-Kit; Washburn, Isaac; DuBois, David L.; Vuchinich, Samuel; Ji, Peter; Brechling, Vanessa; Day, Joseph; Beets, Michael W.; Acock, Alan C.; Berbaum, Michael; Snyder, Frank; Flay, Brian R.

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Justify your love: Testing an online STI-risk communication intervention designed to promote condom use and STI-testing
pp. 205-221(17)
Authors: Mevissen, Fraukje E.F.; Ruiter, Robert A.C.; Meertens, Ree M.; Zimbile, Filippo; Schaalma, Herman P.

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Preliminary efficacy of a computer-based HIV intervention for African-American women
pp. 223-234(12)
Authors: Wingood, Gina M.; Card, Josephina J.; Er, Deja; Solomon, Julie; Braxton, Nikia; Lang, Delia; Seth, Puja; Cartreine, Jim; DiClemente, Ralph J.

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Effects of group prenatal care on psychosocial risk in pregnancy: Results from a randomised controlled trial
pp. 235-250(16)
Authors: Ickovics, Jeannette R.; Reed, Elizabeth; Magriples, Urania; Westdahl, Claire; Schindler Rising, Sharon; Kershaw, Trace S.

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