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Bibliography of Behavioral Science Research in Unintentional Injury Prevention

The Bibliography of Behavioral Science Research in Unintentional Injury Prevention includes more than 900 citations of journal articles, book chapters, government reports, and other publications. Designed as a tool for researchers, practitioners and students, this bibliography documents the contributions of behavioral and social sciences to unintentional injury prevention and control from 19802003. The publication includes the complete bibliography in two formats: (1) alphabetical by author; and (2) by injury topic. Citations are also indexed by keyword.

The Bibliography is part of a CDC effort to take an interdisciplinary approach to injury prevention and to identify innovative strategies from the behavioral and social sciences.

Unintentional injury topics include: bicycle injuries; child occupant protection; consumer product safety; drowning; falls; fire and burns; impaired driving; motor vehicle injuries; motorcycle safety; occupational injuries; pedestrian injuries; playground injuries; poisoning; seat belts; sports injuries; and sun-related injuries.

To order a free CD-ROM of the bibliography, send an e-mail to cdcinfo@cdc.gov with the following information:

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