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CDC. Evaluation of a Fruit and Vegetable Distribution Program—Mississippi, 2004-05 School YearMorbidity & Mortality Weekly Report 2006;55(35):957-961.

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Basen-Engquist K, Coyle K, Parcel G, Kirby D, Banspach S, Carvajal S, Baumler E. School-wide effects of a multicomponent HIV, STD, and pregnancy prevention program for high school students. Health Education and Behavior 2001;28(2):166–185.

Basen-Engquist K, Masse LC, Coyle K, Kirby D, Parcel GS, Banspach SW, Nodora J. Validity of scales measuring the psychosocial determinants of HIV/STD-related risk behavior in adolescents. Health Education Research 1999;14(1):25–37.

Basen-Engquist K, Parcel GS, Harrist R, Kirby D, Coyle K, Banspach S, Rugg D. The Safer Choices project: methodological issues in school-based health promotion intervention research. Journal of School Health 1997;67(9):365–371.

Bauman A, Bowles HR, Huhman M, Heitzler CD, Owen N, Smith BJ, Reger-Nash B. Testing a hierarchy of effects model–pathways from awareness to outcomes in the VERB™ campaign 2002-2003. Am J Prev Med 2008 Jun;34(6Suppl):S249-S256.

Berkowitz JM, Huhman M, Heitzler CD, Potter LD, Nolin MJ, Banspach SW. Overview of formative, process, and outcome evaluation methods used in the VERB™ campaign. Am J Prev Med 2008 Jun;34 (6Suppl):S222-S229.

Berkowitz JM, Huhman M, Nolin MJ. Did augmenting the VERB™ campaign advertising in select communities have an effect on awareness, attitudes, and physical activity? Am J Prev Med 2008 Jun;34(6Suppl):S257-S266.

Blake SM, Windsor RA, Lohrmann DK, Gay N, Ledsky R, Richman A, Jones SB, Banspach SW. Factors associated with occupational exposure and compliance with universal precautions in an urban school district. Health Education & Behavior 1999;26(5):734–750.

Boyle-Holmes T, Grost L, Russell L, Laris BA, Robin L, Haller E, Potter S, Lee S. Promoting Elementary Physical Education: Results of a School-Based Evaluation Study. Health Education & Behavior 2010;37(3):377-389.

Carvajal SC, Parcel GS, Basen-Engquist K, Banspach SW, Coyle KK, Kirby D, Chan W. Psychosocial predictors of delay of first sexual intercourse by adolescents. Health Psychology 1999;18(5):443–452.

Coyle K, Basen-Engquist K, Kirby D, Parcel G, Banspach S, Collins J, Baumler E, Carvajal S, Harrist R. Safer Choices: Long-term effects of a multi-component school-based HIV, other STD, and pregnancy prevention program—a randomized controlled trial. Public Health Reports 2001;116(Suppl 1):82–93.

Coyle KK, Basen-Engquist KM, Kirby DB, Parcel GS, Banspach SW, Harrist RB, Baumler ER, Weil ML. Short-term impact of Safer Choices: a multi-component school-based HIV-STD, other STD, and pregnancy prevention program. Journal of School Health 1999;69(5):181–188.

Coyle KK, Kirby, DB, Robin LE, Banspach SW , Baumler ER, Glassman JR. All4You! A Randomized Trial of an HIV, Other STDs, and Pregnancy Prevention Intervention for Alternative School Students. AIDS Education and Prevention 2006;18(3):187-203.

Coyle KK, Potter S, Schneider D, May G, Robin LE, Seymour J, Debrot K. Distributing Free Fresh Fruit and Vegetables at School: Results of a Pilot Outcome Evaluation. Public Health Reports 2009;124:660-669.

Dawkins, N, Wethington H, Kettel Khan L, Grunbaum J, Robin L, Pitt Barnes S, et al. Applying the Systematic Screening and Assessment Method to childhood obesity prevention. In L.C. Leviton, L. Kettel Khan, & N. Dawkins (Eds.). The Systematic Screening and Assessment Method: Finding innovations worth evaluating. New Directions for Evaluation. 2010;125:33-49.

Denner J, Coyle KK, Robin LE, Banspach S. Integrating service learning into a curriculum to reduce health risks at alternative high schools. Journal of School Health 2005;75(5):151-156.

Dittus P, Miller KS, Kotchick BA, Forehand R. Why Parents Matter!: The conceptual basis for a community-based HIV prevention program for the parents of African American youth. Journal of Child & Family Studies 2004;13(1):520.

Ford DS, Rasberry C, Buckley R, Mast DK, Cheung K, Luna P, Robin L, Greenberg C and Langenfeld NA. Secondhand Tobacco Smoke Exposure Among School-Aged Youth Enrolled in School-Based Asthma Management Programs: A Mixed Methods Analysis. Journal of Asthma & Allergy Educators 2011;2(4):173-180.

Greenberg C, Luna P, Simmons G, Huhman M, Merkle S, Robin L, and Keener D. Follow-up of an Elementary School Intervention for Asthma Management: Do Gains Last Into Middle School? Journal of Asthma June 2011;47:587-593.

Guilamo-Ramos V, Jaccard J, Dittus P, Gonzalez B, Bouris A, Banspach S. The Linking Lives health education program: a randomized clinical trial of a parent-based tobacco use prevention program for african american and latino youths. Am J Public Health 2010 Sep;100(9):1641-1647.

Guilamo-Ramos V, Jaccard J, Dittus P, Bouris A, Gonzalez B, Casillas E, Banspach S. A Comparative Study of Interventions for Delaying the Initiation of Sexual Intercourse Among Latino and Black Youth. Perspectives on Sexual & Reproductive Health 2011;43(4):247-254.

Guilamo-Ramos V, Bouris, A, Dittus, P, & Jaccard, J. Mother-adolescent communication about tobacco use in urban Puerto Rican and Dominican families. Youth & Society 2008;40(1):86-113.

Guilamo-Ramos, V, Jaccard, J, Dittus, P, Bouris, A, Holloway, I, & Casillas, E. Adolescent expectancies, parent-adolescent communication and intentions to have sexual intercourse among inner-city, middle school youth. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2007;34(1):56-66.

Guilamo-Ramos V, Dittus P, Jackard J, Johansson M, Bouris A, Acosta, N. Parenting Practices among Dominican and Puerto Rican Mothers Social Work 2007;52(1):17-30.

Guilamo-Ramos V, Dittus P, Jackard J, Goldberg V, Casillas E, Bouris A. The Content and Process of Mother—Adolescent Communication about Sex in Latino Families Social Work Research 2006;30(3):169-181.

Huhman M, Bauman A, Bowles HR. Initial outcomes of the VERB™ campaign: Tweens' awareness and understanding of campaign messages. Am J Prev Med 2008;34(6Suppl):S241-S248.

Huhman M, Heitzler C, Wong F. The VERBTM campaign logic model: a tool for planning and evaluation. Prev Chronic Dis[serial online] July 2004 [July 31, 2013]. Available from: URL: http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2004/jul/04_0033.htm.

Huhman ME, Potter LD, Duke JC, Judkins DR, Heitzler CD, Wong FL. Evaluation of a national physical activity intervention for children: The VERBTM Campaign 2002-2004. Am J Prev Med 2007;32(1):38-43.

Huhman M, Potter LD, Wong FL, Banspach SW, Duke JC, Heitzler CD. Effects of a mass media campaign to increase physical activity in children: Year 1 results of the VERBTM Campaign. Pediatrics 2005;116(2):e277-284.

Kirby DB, Baumler E, Coyle KK, Basen-Engquist K, Parcel GS, Harrist R, Banspach SW. The "Safer Choices" intervention: Its impact on the sexual behaviors of different subgroups of high school students. Journal of Adolescent Health 2004;35(6):442–452.

Langenfeld NA, Mast DK, Rasberry CN, Cheung K, Luna P, Buckley R, Merkle S, Huhman M and Robin L. Strategies for Identifying Students in Need of School-Based Asthma Services: Challenges and Questions That Emerged from a Rapid Evaluation of a School-Based Asthma Program. Journal of Allergy & Asthma Educators July 2010;1:109-116.

Markham CM, Tortolero SR, Peskin MF, Shegog R, Thiel M, Baumler ER, Addy RC, Escobar-Chaves SL, Reininger B, Robin L. Sexual risk avoidance and sexual risk reduction interventions for middle school youth: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Adolescent Health 2012;50(3):279-288.

Pitt Barnes S, Wethington H, Cheung K. Early assessment initiative using the Systematic Screening and Assessment Method: Three case studies. In L.C. Leviton, L. Kettel Khan, & N. Dawkins (Eds.). The Systematic Screening and Assessment Method: Finding innovations worth evaluating. 2010;125:33-49.

Pitt Barnes S, Robin L, O'Toole TP, Dawkins N, Kettel Khan L, Leviton LC. Results of Evaluability Assessments of Local Wellness Policies in 6 US School Districts. Journal of School Health August 2011;81(8):502-511.

Potter LD, Judkins DR, Nolin MJ, Huhman M. Methodology of the outcome evaluation of the VERB™ campaign. Am J Prev Med 2008;34(6Suppl):S230-S240.

Potter SC, Schneider D, Coyle KK, May G, Robin L, Seymour J. What Works? Process Evaluation of a School-Based Fruit and Vegetable Distribution Program in Mississippi. Journal of School Health April 2011;81(4):202-211.

Price S, Huhman M, Potter LD. Influencing the parents of children aged 9–13 years: Findings from the VERB campaign. Am J Prev Med 2008 June;34(6Suppl):S267-S274.

Robin L, Dittus P, Whitaker D, Crosby R, Ethier K, Mezoff J, Miller K, Pappas-Deluca K. Behavioral interventions to reduce incidence of HIV, STD, and pregnancy among adolescents: A decade in review. Journal of Adolescent Health 2004;34:3–26.

Schlueter DF, Rasberry CN, Buckley R, Keener D, Mast D. Influencing the parents of children aged 9–13 years: Findings from the VERB campaign. Am J Prev Med 2008 June;34(6Suppl):S267-S274

Wang LY, Burstein GR, Cohen DA. An economic evaluation of a school-based sexually transmitted disease screening program. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2002;29(12):737–745.

Wang LY, Crossett LS, Lowry R, Sussman S, Dent CW. Cost-effectiveness of a school-based tobacco-use prevention program. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine 2001;155(9):1043–1050.

Wang LY, Davis M, Robin L, Collins J, Coyle K, Baumler E. Economic evaluation of Safer Choices: A school-based human immunodeficiency virus, other sexually transmitted diseases, and pregnancy prevention program. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine 2000;154:1017–1024.

Wang LY, Yang Q, Lowry R, Wechsler H. Economic analysis of a school-based obesity prevention program. Obesity Research 2003;11(11):1313–1324.

Wang LY, Zhong Y, Wheeler L. Direct and indirect costs of asthma in school-age children. Prev Chronic Dis [serial online] January 2005 [July 31, 2013]. Available from: URL: http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2005/jan/04_0053.htm

 

 

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