Allison M Schultz

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This study examined the relationship between self-esteem and the existence of role models among a sample of 36 female college students. Participants completed a questionnaire which included demographic questions, the Self-esteem Inventory, and questions concerning use of childhood and contemporary role models. Independent t-test results indicated that(More)
This study focused on the perceived climate for LGBT youth and other minority groups in physical activity settings. A large sample of undergraduates and a selected sample including student teachers/interns and a campus Pride group completed a school climate survey and rated the climate in three physical activity settings (physical education, organized(More)
The goals of this course are to provide masters degree and doctoral students in public health with: 1. an integrated understanding of the theory, principles, methods and applications of Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR). 2. a critical review of the advantages and limitations of a CBPR approach. 3. the knowledge necessary to participate(More)
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