American Journal of Health Education

American Journal of Health Education is a journal covering health education. Since it was founded in 1968 it is printed six times a year by American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance.Subjects for American Journal of Health Education include: Physical Education and Athletics; Health and Healthcare; Health and Fitness.

Articles from Vol. 43, No. 2, March-April

An Empirical Test of an Expanded Version of the Theory of Planned Behavior in Predicting Recycling Behavior on Campus
ABSTRACT Background: The study and promotion of environmental health behaviors, such as recycling, is an emerging focus in public health. Purpose: This study was designed to examine the determinants of recycling intention on a college campus. Methods:...
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Dietary and Built Environment Assessment in a Latino Community
ABSTRACT Background: Assessment of basic dietary intake and community nutrition environment is lacking and needed to improve health outcomes for the growing U.S. Latino community. Purpose: The dietary intake and community nutrition environment of...
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Family Sources of Sexual Health Information, Primary Messages, and Sexual Behavior of At-Risk, Urban Adolescents
ABSTRACT Background: Sources of sexual health information exert strong influence on adolescents' sexual behavior. Purpose: The current study was undertaken to understand how family serve as sexual information sources, the messages adolescents recall...
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Music Videos and Sexual Risk in African American Adolescent Girls: Gender, Power and the Need for Media Literacy
ABSTRACT Background: Music videos contain sexual content often reflecting women as promiscuous, submissive, or passive. Few studies have examined gender- and sex-related attitudes in African American females, particularly across genres of music...
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Prevalence of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use among U.S. College Students: A Systematic Review
ABSTRACT Research shows that Americans are using increasing amounts of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and that education is a significant predictor of CAM use. The purpose of this systematic review is to summarize key research findings...
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Report of the 2011 Joint Committee on Health Education and Promotion Terminology
2011 JOINT COMMITTEE ON HEALTH EDUCATION AND PROMOTION TERMINOLOGY MEMBERS Kelli McCormack Brown, Ph.D., CHES Committee Co-Chair Associate Dean for Academic Affairs College of Health & Human Performance University of Florida Mohammad...
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The Impact of Bullying and Victimization on Students' Relationships
ABSTRACT Background: Bullying is antisocial behavior, in which people are willfully and repeatedly hurt. Bullies are perpetratots of this behavior, victims are those who are bullied, and bully/victims are students who both bully others, and are...
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