Population Health: Behavioral and Social Science Insights

Section II

Influence of Policies Focused on Behavioral Risk Factors

Changing Population Behavior and Reducing Health Disparities: Exploring the Potential of "Choice Architecture" Interventions
Theresa M. Marteau, Gareth J. Hollands, and Michael P. Kelly

Application of Behavior Change Theory to Preventing Unintentional Injuries
David A. Sleet and Andrea Carlson Gielen

Cigarettes: The Rise and Decline But Not Demise of the Greatest Behavioral Health Disaster of the 20th Century
David B. Abrams, Allison M. Glasser, Andrea C. Villanti, and Raymond Niaura

Physical Activity: Numerous Benefits and Effective Interventions
James F. Sallis and Jordan A. Carlson

How Health Impact Assessments Shape Interventions
Steven M. Teutsch, Katherine M. Butler, Paul A. Simon, and Jonathan E. Fielding

Behavioral and Social Science Aspects of the U.S. National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS): 2010 to 2015 and Beyond
David R. Holtgrave, Cathy Maulsby, Chris Adkins, and Laura W. Fuentes

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