Volume 6 Issue 1 – September, 2008

Table of Contents

   CJHP Editorial Board
Table of Contents
Editorial
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Research and Theory

An exploratory study of touch zones in college students on two campuses
Mark Tomita
01-22
Core human values and their interactions with pro-Tobacco factors on cigarette smoking: The role of factors not explicitly related to a risk behavior
Xinguang Chen, Xiaolan Tang, Xiaoming Li, Bonita Stanton, and Hanwu Li
23-39
Modes and locales of physical activity: Older adults
Timothy J. Bungum and Melva Thompson-Robinson
40-48
Impact of a three-year worksite wellness program on employee blood lipid levels
Kendra Byrd, Kathryn Silliman, and Michelle Neyman Morris
49-56
Effectiveness of nutrition programs in increasing healthy eating behaviors among low income women
Rebecca A. Vidourek and Keith A. King
57-72
Focusing your walking intervention’s message: For mature audiences only
Daniel L. Friesner, Matthew Q. McPherson, and Vivek H. Patil
73-86
Home Modification Outcomes in the Residences of Older People as a Result of Cougar Home Safety Assessment (Version 4.0) Recommendations
Grace S. Fisher, Erin Bradley, Diane Costulas, Laura L. Kintner, Jodi Kozlevcar, Karla M. Mahonski, Keira McMenamin, Amanda Rompilla, Jillian Woods, and Jay Stine
87-110
Factors associated with the decision to obtain an HIV test among Chinese/Chinese American community college women in Northern California
Sang Leng Trieu, Naomi N. Modeste, Helen Hopp Marshak, Michael A. Males, and Sally I. Bratton
111-127

Commentary

Translating Health Information Effectively for Latino Populations
Everly Macario and Rebeca Montealegre Boyte
128-137

Brief Report

Evaluation of the use of a Parent-Held Child Health Record by Pregnant Women and Mothers of Young Children
Richard D. Stacy, Manoj Sharma, and William Alvin Torrence
138-142

Student Theses

College-aged Men’s (18-24) Knowledge and Perceptions of Human Papillomavirus and Cervical Cancer
Ricardo V. López, Sora Park Tanjasiri, and Shari McMahan
143-155
Food Security and Homelessness in the City of Anaheim
Ann G. Ora, Michele Mouttapa, Jie Weiss, and Penny Weissmuller
156-172

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