American Journal of

Health Studies


2018 Volume 33-4


The following articles were published in 2018 Volume 33.4 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 2018 33-4

  MENTAL ILLNESS KNOWLEDGE, STIGMA, HELP-SEEKING BEHAVIORS, SPIRITUALITY AND THE AFRICAN AMERICAN CHURCH; Shameka Y. Neely-Fairbanks, PhD, Liliana Rojas-Guyler, PhD, CHES, Laura Nabors, PhD, ABPP, Otomatayo Banjo, PhD

 PERCEIVED MEDIA INFLUENCE ON YOUTH BULLYING AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE BEHAVIORSPatrick C. Herbert, PhD, CHES, Darson Rhodes, PhD, MCHES, Je’Lynn Tiberi-Ramos, Taylor Cichon, Hailee Baer, Carol Cox, PhD, MCHES

 AN EXAMINATION OF INTRAMURAL COLLEGE STUDENTS' EXERCISE MOTIVES AND HOW THE RELATED TO BODY MASS INDEX; Elenna R. Cowen, B.S., Eric Wiedenman, M.A., Megan Adkins, Ph.D., Kazuma Akehi, Ph.D., James W. Ball, Ph.D., Matthew R. Bice, Ph.D.

  LESSONS LEARNED FROM IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION OF AN EVIDENCED-BASED SEX EDUCATION PILOT PROGRAM FOR MINORITY ADOLESCENT FEMALES; Amelia C. Huelskamp, Ph.D., Hannah P. Catalano, Ph.D., CHES

  COMMENTARY- SOURCES OF MEDICAL (MIS)TRUST: HOW CAN WE IMPROVE FLU VACCINE RATES AMONG AFRICAN AMERICANS?; Chandra R. Story, PhD, MCHES

  EVALUATION OF A RURAL COMMUNITY'S APPROACHES TO PROMOTING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY; Kristi M. King, PhD, CHES, Jason A. Rice, PhD, Ian Maki, MPH

  CHES REVIEW ACTIVITY 2018, 33.4

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