Steven Prentice-Dunn

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Psychology The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 
Area:
Clinical Psychology
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Prentice-Dunn H, Prentice-Dunn S. (2012) Physical activity, sedentary behavior, and childhood obesity: a review of cross-sectional studies. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 17: 255-73
Prentice-Dunn S. (2012) Teaching in the context of professional development and work–private life balance Effective College and University Teaching: Strategies and Tactics For the New Professoriate. 39-48
Boeka AG, Prentice-Dunn S, Lokken KL. (2010) Psychosocial predictors of intentions to comply with bariatric surgery guidelines. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 15: 188-97
Payne KL, Prentice-Dunn S, Allen RS. (2010) A comparison of two interventions to increase completion of advance directives Clinical Gerontologist. 33: 49-61
Allen RS, Phillips LL, Pekmezi D, et al. (2009) Living Well with Living Wills: Application of Protection Motivation Theory to Living Wills Among Older Caucasian and African American Adults. Clinical Gerontologist. 32: 44-59
Prentice-Dunn S, McMath BF, Cramer RJ. (2009) Protection motivation theory and stages of change in sun protective behavior. Journal of Health Psychology. 14: 297-305
Prentice-Dunn S, Payne KL, Ledbetter JM. (2008) Improving Teaching Through Video Feedback and Consultation Handbook of the Teaching of Psychology. 295-300
Fry RB, Prentice-Dunn S. (2006) Effects of a psychosocial intervention on breast self-examination attitudes and behaviors. Health Education Research. 21: 287-95
Prentice-Dunn S. (2006) Supervision of new instructors: Promoting a rewarding first experience in teaching Teaching of Psychology. 33: 45-47
Fry RB, Prentice-Dunn S. (2005) Effects of coping information and value affirmation on responses to a perceived health threat. Health Communication. 17: 133-47
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