Peabody, Kimberly L.; Pettit, Michele L.
June 2008
American Journal of Health Studies;2008, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p100
Academic Journal
Objectives: The purpose of this article is to evaluate students' competence regarding core functions and applications of intrapersonal theories and models. Students will: (a) describe the functions of theories and models in health education, (b) differentiate among various intrapersonal health education theories and models, (c) identify relationships among constructs of selected intrapersonal theories and models, and (d) apply theoretical constructs to specific health education scenarios. Target Audience: The information and exercises presented in this article are most suitable for undergraduate health education students enrolled in introductory courses.


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