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Nothwehr, F., Dennis, L., & Wu, H. (2007). Measurement of behavioral objectives for weight management. Health Education and Behavior, 34(5), 793-809.
Reinert, B., Carver, V., Range, L. M., & Pike, C. (2008). Collecting health data with youth at faith-based institutions: Lessons learned. Health Promotion Practice, 9(1), 68-75.
Roye, C., Silverman, P. P., & Krauss, B. (2007). A brief, low-cost, theory-based intervention to promote dual method use by black and Latina female adolescents: A randomized clinical trial. Health Education and Behavior, 34(4), 608-621.
Thurston, W. E., Vollman, A. R., & Burgess, M. M. (2003). Ethical review of health promotion program evaluation proposals. Health Promotion Practice, 4(1), 45–50.
Wang, G., Macera, C. A., Scudder-Soucie, B., Schmid, T., Pratt, M., and Buchner, D. (2005). A cost-benefit analysis of physical activity using bike/pedestrian trails. Health Promotion Practice, 6(2), 174-179.
Morgan, D. (1998). Practical strategies for combining qualitative and quantitative methods: Applications to health research. Qualitative Health Research, 8(3), 362–376. This article available in Week 3 Resources section of your classroom.
McLeroy, K., Bibeau, D., Steckler, A., & Glanz, K. (1988). An ecological perspective on health promotion programs. Health Education & Behavior, 15, 351–377. This article available in Week 5 Resources section of your classroom.
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