Rap video vs. traditional video for teaching nutrition.

Abstract

This study compared the effectiveness of a rap video with a traditional video in providing nutrition information. Sixty pregnant African-American females (ages 14 through 18) were randomly assigned to view either a rap video or a traditional video about good nutrition. The data revealed no significant difference in scores between the two versions; both videos produced significant learning; and 17 and 18 year olds scored higher than 15 and 16 year olds.

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@article{Connelly1996RapVV, title={Rap video vs. traditional video for teaching nutrition.}, author={Jack Connelly and Todd R Berryman and Elizabeth A . Tolley}, journal={The Journal of biocommunication}, year={1996}, volume={23 4}, pages={17-21} }