Foreword (Martin Fishbein). Foreword (David C. Grossman). Preface. The Editors. The Contributors. 1 Injury Prevention and Behavior: An Evolving Field (Andrea Carlson Gielen, David A. Sleet). PART ONE: BEHAVIOR CHANGE THEORIES AND MODELS. 2 Individual-Level Behavior Change Models: Applications to Injury Problems (David A. Sleet, Lara B. Trifiletti, Andrea Carlson Gielen, Bruce Simons-Morton). 3 The Application of Social Cognitive Theory to Injury Prevention (Bruce Simons-Morton, Tonja Nansel). 4 Community Models and Approaches for Interventions (Andrea Carlson Gielen, David A. Sleet, Lawrence W. Green). 5 Health Risk Communication and Injury Prevention (Deborah C. Girasek). 6 Ecological Models for the Prevention and Control of Unintentional Injury (John P. Allegrante, Ray Marks, Dale W. Hanson). 7 Planning Models: PRECEDE-PROCEED and Haddon Matrix (Kimberley Freire, Carol W. Runyan). PART TWO: RESEARCH AND ASSESSMENT METHODS FOR BEHAVIOR CHANGE INTERVENTIONS. 8 Study Methods for Understanding Injury Behavior (Nancy J. Thompson). 9 Intervention Research and Program Evaluation (John B. Lowe, Jingzhen Yang, Erin Heiden, Ralph J. DiClemente). PART THREE: BEHAVIOR CHANGE INTERVENTIONS TO REDUCE INJURY RISK. 10 Behavior Change Interventions in Road Safety (Lawrence P. Lonero, Kathryn M. Clinton, David A. Sleet). 11 Modifying Alcohol Use to Reduce Motor Vehicle Injury (Ralph Hingson, David A. Sleet). 12 Behavioral Considerations for Sports and Recreational Injuries in Children and Youth (Morag MacKay, Karen Liller). 13 House Fires and Other Unintentional Home Injuries (Eileen M. McDonald, Andrea Carlson Gielen). 14 Occupational Injury Prevention and Applied Behavior Analysis (E. Scott Geller). 15 Intimate Partner Violence (Karen A. McDonnell, Jessica G. Burke, Andrea Carlson Gielen, Patricia J. O'Campo). 16 Applying Behavioral Theory to Self-Directed Violence (Alex E. Crosby, David W. Coombs, Leigh Willis). 17 Youth Violence Prevention: Theory and Practice (Darrell Hudson, Marc A. Zimmerman, Susan Morrel-Samuels). PART FOUR: CROSS-CUTTING ISSUES. 18 Supervision as a Behavioral Approach to Reducing Child-Injury Risk (Barbara A. Morrongiello, Jennifer Lasenby). 19 Reducing Posttraumatic Stress After Individual and Mass Trauma (Courtney Landau Fleisher, Nancy Kassam-Adams). 20 Law, Behavior, and Injury Prevention (Frederic E. Shaw, Christopher P. Ogolla). 21 Human Factors in Product and Environmental Design for Injury Control (Bryan E. Porter, James P. Bliss). 22 Behavioral Sciences, Injury, and Violence Prevention: Synthesis and Future Directions (Ralph J. DiClemente, Andrea Carlson Gielen, David A. Sleet). Appendix: Federal Injury and Violence-Related Data Systems (Joseph L. Annest, David A. Sleet). Name Index. Subject Index.
Andrea Carlson Gielen, Sc.D., Sc.M,, is professor and director, Center for Injury Research and Policy, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University. David Sleet, Ph.D., F.A.A.H.B., is associate director for science, Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia. Ralph J. DiClemente, Ph.D., is Charles Howard Candler Professor, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University.
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