Clark K. Gaylord

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Eighty-three black college students, staff and adults were pretested on EEG coherence, skin potential (SP) habituation to a series of loud tones, psychometric measures of mental health (Tennessee Self-Concept Empirical Scales and Spielberger State-Trait Anxiety Inventory) and IQ. They were then randomly assigned to one of the three treatment groups: the(More)
Incidence of type 2 diabetes has greatly increased in the US, with over 90 percent having type 2. A cross-sectional, self-report survey was conducted for the purpose of assessing characteristics associated with self-management of type 2 diabetes (attitudes, certain behaviors, and perceived knowledge) among low-income Caucasian and African-American adults(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the relative cost-effectiveness of a self-administered video series in delivering nutrition education to low-income homemakers. DESIGN A quasi-experimental design was used, with subjects randomly assigned to traditional lessons (Traditional Group) or video lessons (Video Group). SUBJECTS/SETTING 108 subjects were recruited, with 93(More)
This study used a theoretical framework with multiple variables in multivariate analyses (factor, multiple regression, and path analyses) to investigate the sociopsychological predictors of weight loss. Responses from 309 participants of a comprehensive weight-loss program indicated that self-assurance was the most significant predictor of actual weight(More)
The technology and tools used for naturalistic driving data collection have evolved greatly in recent years. Data collection efforts that required a trunk full of equipment and days of installation can now be achieved with data acquisition systems that are about the size of a deck of cards and can be installed in minutes. This evolution has made possible(More)
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