American Journal of

Health Studies


2017 Volume 32-4


The following articles were published in 2017 Volume 32.4 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 32-4

  PEER INFLUENCE ON THE PSYCHOSOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH OF AFRICAN AMERICAN COLLEGE STUDENTS; Kentya H. Ford, DrPH, Angela Meshack, DrPH, Ronald J. Peters Jr. DrPH, Mi-Ting Lin, PhD, Sheila Yu, MPH

 ENERGY DRINKS AND ENERGY SHOT USE ASSOCIATED WITH NONMEDICAL PRESCRIPTION OPIOIS USE AMONG ADOLESCENTJeff M. Housman, PhD, MCHES, Ronald D. Williams, Jr., PhD, CHES, Conrad L. Woolsey, PhD, CMPS, CHES

 STUDENTS AT RISK OF BEING MARKED ON BY PEERS DUE TO ALCOHOL POISONING: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY Christopher M. Seitz, DrPH, MPH, Muhsin Michael Orsini, EdD, Martin P. Davoren, PhD

  THE EFFECTS OF TEACHING FITNESS IN AN AUTONOMY SUPPORTIVE STYLE; Alan M. Beck, PhD, CHES, ACSM-CCEP, CEP, CIFT, Aaron J Diehr, PhD, CHES

  THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A THEORY-BASED INTERDISCIPLINARY FALLS PREVENTION PILOT PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY DWELLING OLDER ADULTS; Jennifer L. Tripken, EdD, Cathy S. Elrod, PhD, Susan Bills, MSc

  PERCEIVED BARRIERS AND BENEFITS OF CONDOM USE AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS; Sara. K. Fehr, PhD, CHES, Rebecca A. Vidourek, PhD, CHES, Keith A. King, PhD, MCHES, Laura A. Nabors, PhD, ABPP

  CHES REVIEW ACTIVITY 2017, 32.4

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