Janet Kupperman

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A majority of Americans do not meet the recommendation to eat five servings of fruits and vegetables per day (5-A-Day). The purpose of the present study was to examine the utility of the theory of planned behavior (TPB) for understanding 5-A-Day intentions and behavior and to determine whether any of the TPB relationships were moderated by ethnicity or(More)
Few studies have considered whether psychological determinants of nonsmoking among college students vary by ethnicity. The authors tested the theory of planned behavior (TPB) to explain differences in nonsmoking intentions of 238 African American and 197 Caucasian college students who completed an in-class TPB questionnaire and a smoking assessment 1 week(More)
Most college students do not meet physical activity (PA) guidelines, and ethnic disparities exist. The present study examined the utility of the theory of planned behavior (TPB) in explaining PA intentions and behavior in black and white college students and whether any TPB relationships were moderated by ethnicity. Black (n=170) and white (n=180) students(More)
by Eric J. Nehl, Emory School of Public Health, Atlanta, GA; Chris M. Blanchard, Dalhousie University Health Science Center, Halifax, CA; Janet Kupperman, Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA; Phillip Sparling, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; Ryan Rhodes, University of Victoria, Victoria, CA; Mohammad R. Torabi, Indiana University,(More)
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