American Journal of

Health Studies


2017 Volume 32-2


The following articles were published in 2017 Volume 32.2 of the American Journal of Health Studies.  You must be an AJHS subscriber to be able to log in to view them.  If you experience any difficulties in opening any of the files please notify The Publisher

  The Cover Page of 2017 32-1

  ARE YOUNG ADULTS TALKING ABOUT THEIR FAMILY HEALTH HISTORY? A QUALITATIVE INVESTIGATION; Lei Xu, PhD, Wura Jacobs, PhD, Mary Odum, PhD, CHES, Catilin Melton, Lindsey Holland, Kelly Johnson

 COLLEGE STUDENTS' ALCOHOL EXPECTANCIES AND SEXUAL ASSAULT BYSTANDER BEHAVIORJennifer R. Boyle, PhD, MS

 A QUALITATIVE INQUIRY OF MOTIVATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN GROUP EXERCISE AMONG WOMEN; Sarah R. Blackstone, PhD, MPH, Dayana Reeves, MS, Robin Lizzo, MD, Kim C Graber, ED.D.

  STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF SAFETY AND HELPFULNESS OF RESOURCES; Ashley L. Merianos, PhD, CHES, Keith A. King, PhD, MCHES, Rebecca A Vidourek, PhD, CHES

  VALIDATION OF THE BELIEFS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AMONG CLERGY (B-PAC) INSTRUMENT; Shannon Gwin, MS, Paul Branscum, PhD, RD, E. Laurette Taylor, PhD

  BUILDING COLLECTIVE IMPACT TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND REDUCE OBESITY AMONG CHILDREN: A REPORT ON A PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH APPROACH; Lynn Katherine Herrrmann, PhD, MPH, Beverly Henry, PhD, RD, LDN, Lorraine Hogan, MS

  CHES REVIEW ACTIVITY 2017, 32.2

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