American Journal of

Health Studies


Volume 16.1

The following articles were published in Volume 16.1 of the American Journal of Health Studies.  All articles have been indexed in PDF (Adobe Acrobat Reader format) for your viewing.  If you experience any difficulties in opening any of the files please notify The Publisher.  If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you may download it free of charge from the following link:  Adobe Acrobat Reader.

  Providing Culturally Competent HIV Prevention Programs;  Chwee Chng and John R. Collins

  Using the Cumulative Strategies Model for Drug Abuse Prevention:  A Small Group Analysis of the Choices Program;  Kimberly A. Horn and Jerome R. Kolbo

  College Students' Academic Stress and Its Relation to Their Anxiety, Time Management, and Leisure Satisfaction;  Ranjita Misra and Michelle McKean

  Psychosocial and Behavioral Measures Among Female Adolescent Victims of Sexual Abuse:  Differences Based on Perpetrator Identity;  Stephen Nagy

  Rural Parents' Perceptions of the Baby Think It Over Program - A Pilot Study;  James H. Price, K. Lynne Robinson, Cynthia Thompson, and Hans Schmalzried

  Bridging the Qualitative-Quantitative Data Canyon;  Thomas W. O'Rourke and Diane P. O'Rourke

  Volume 16.1, CHES Review Activity for Continuing Education Contact Hours


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