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Ferrer, R., Hall, K., Portnoy, D., Ling, B., Han, P., & Klein, W. (2011). Relationships among health perceptions vary depending on stage of readiness for colorectal cancer screening. Health Psychology, 30(5), 525–535.
Formicola, A., Ro, M., Marshall, S., Derksen, D., Powell, W., Hartsock, L., & Treadwell, H. (2004). Strengthening the oral health safety net: Delivery models that improve access to oral health care for uninsured and underserved populations. American Journal of Public Health, 94(5), 702–704.
Guilamo-Ramos, V., Jaccard, J., Dittus, P., Gonzalez, B., Bouris, A., & Banspach, S. (2010). The Linking Lives health education program: A randomized clinical trial of a parent-based tobacco use prevention program for African American and Latino youths. American Journal of Public Health, 100(9), 1641–1648.
Humiston, S. G., Marcuse, E. K., Zhao, Z., Dorell, C. G., Howes, C., & Hibbs, B. (2011). Parental delay or refusal of vaccine doses, childhood vaccination coverage at 24 months of age, and the health belief model. Public Health Reports, 126(Suppl. 2), 135–146.
Noroozi, A., Jomand, T., & Tahmasebi, R. (2011). Determinants of breast self-examination performance among Iranian women: An application of the health belief model. Journal of Cancer Education, 26(2), 365–374.
Rains, J., Penzien, D., & Lipchik, G. (2006). Behavioral facilitation of medical treatment for headache—Part II: Theoretical models and behavioral strategies for improving adherence. Headache: The Journal of Head & Face Pain, 46(9), 1395–1403.
Takahashi, Y., Uchida, C., Miyaki, K., Sakai, M., Shimbo, T., & Nakayama, T. (2009). Potential benefits and harms of a peer support social network service on the internet for people with depressive tendencies: Qualitative content analysis and social network analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 11(3), e29.
Tavares, L., Plotnikoff, R., & Loucaides, C. (2009). Social-cognitive theories for predicting physical activity behaviours of employed women with and without young children. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 14(2), 129–142.
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