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The Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences, sponsored by Walden University, is a peer-reviewed, online, interdisciplinary journal focusing on research that addresses contemporary national and international issues. The objectives of the JSBHS are to:
- Encourage dialogue between scholars and practitioners in the social, behavioral, and health sciences that fosters integration of research with practice.
- Promote innovative models of interdisciplinary collaboration between the social, behavioral, and health sciences that address complex social problems.
- Inform the relationship between practice and research in the social, behavioral, and health sciences.
Effects of a Classroom Curriculum on Physical Activity and its Psychological Predictors in High School Students
John Trinity EdD and James J. Annesi Ph.D.
Examining Research Issues of Power and Privilege within a Gender-Marginalized Community
Stacee L. Reicherzer, Sherece Shavel, and Jason Patton
Seeing Is Believing: The CSI Effect Among Jurors in Malicious Wounding Cases
Corey Call, Amy K. Cook, John D. Reitzel, and Robyn D. McDougle
Self-Regulatory Skills for Controlled Eating Emanating from Newly Initiated Physical Activity
James J. Annesi Ph.D. and Kandice Johnson Porter
The Road to “Severe Obesity”: Weight Loss Surgery Candidates Talk About Their Histories of Weight Gain
Julia Temple Newhook, Deborah Gregory, and Laurie Twells
Malnutrition in Sickle Cell Anemia: Implications for Infection, Growth and Maturation
Hyacinth I. Hyacinth, Oluwatoyosi A. Adekeye, and Christopher S. Yilgwan