Cho, Hyunyi
May 2003
American Journal of Health Studies;2003, Vol. 18 Issue 2/3, p104
Academic Journal
Deals with a study which examined the effects of risk messages designed to promote sun protective behavior among Midwestern college students. Background to the study; Methods; Results; Discussion.


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