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Pezza, Paul E. – Health Education, 1990
Cognitive orientation to uncertainty, a recently developed social-psychological construct, may be particularly useful in achieving a better understanding of information acquisition as a prelude to personal health decision making. (IAH)
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Decision Making, Health Education, Health Promotion
Reynolds, Melanie A.; And Others – Health Education, 1990
Results from a study of 75 pregnant women suggest that previous pregnancy experience does not substantially alter women's knowledge of appropriate pregnancy-related health practices. Implications for the design of curricula and delivery of prenatal education services are briefly outlined. (IAH)
Descriptors: Adults, Comparative Analysis, Females, Health Education
Harbit, Maryanne Drake; Willis, Dawn – Health Education, 1990
Lyme disease may be one of the most commonly misdiagnosed diseases of this decade. Health educators should be knowledgeable about this new disease and be able to share with the public information about prevention, early signs and symptoms, and treatment of the disease (Author/IAH)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Adults, Bacteria, Children
Golaszewski, Thomas; And Others – Health Education, 1990
An evaluation instrument, DataPac, was developed and pilot-tested to assess the efficacy of corporate health promotion programs. This article reports results of a study to evaluate the DataPac questionnaire for construct validity, criterion validity, and stability reliability. Implications for worksite health programs are discussed. (IAH)
Descriptors: Adults, Construct Validity, Evaluation Methods, Fringe Benefits
Hyman, Bill; Wylie, Wayne E. – Health Education, 1990
Results are reported from a study designed to analyze Texas Southern Baptist ministers' perceptions of their ministerial counseling competencies and churchgoer health counseling needs. The major concern was to identify areas of needed competency which would better enable the ministers to offer effective health counsel. (IAH)
Descriptors: Adults, Clergy, Counseling, Health Education
Fennell, Reginald – Health Education, 1990
This article provides a select review of the literature regarding AIDS-related knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs among secondary and postsecondary students. Recommendations for developing AIDS education curricula and programs are provided. (IAH)
Descriptors: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, College Students, Curriculum Development, Health Education
Kasper, Mark J. – Health Education, 1990
Emphasizing cardiovascular fitness may be a barrier to mobilizing the sedentary individual. Instead, encouraging low-level physical activity may be an effective first step. Beliefs held toward cardiovascular fitness are presented, and ways in which these beliefs may present barriers to adoption of any level of physical activity are discussed. (IAH)
Descriptors: Adults, Attitude Change, Behavior Change, Cardiovascular System
Davey, Michael R. – Health Education, 1990
A study of Illinois public schools (N=342) found that a minimal amount of time was devoted to formal sex education. Formal sex education instruction was given as part of a health education class or unit, was not comprehensive, and followed no consistent pattern. (JD)
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Health Education, Public Schools, Scheduling
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