Effects of a school health promotion conference on efficacy expectations of school personnel

James, Gay; Colwell, Brian
March 1995
Wellness Perspectives;Spring95, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p45
Academic Journal
Focuses on school health promotion conference participants' self and response efficacy in the area of healthy lifestyles and employee health promotion programs. Post-test differences; Personal health behaviors and concepts; Job positions; Factor loadings for individual items.


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