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Can We Be Trained to Eat Healthy? The Effects of an Attentional Bias Modification Program on Eating Behavior
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2018)
The prevalence of overweight (OW) and obesity (OB) has significantly increased over the past four decades. OW and OB are complex in nature and arise from a multitude of factors and their interactive effects. Based on ...
Dance as a Community of Practice: Exploring Dance Groups in the Kansas City Area through the Lifespan
This dissertation examines the embodied cultural practice of dance among several groups in the Kansas City area. The dance groups were studied as Communities of Practice (CoP), as outlined in the Lave-Wenger model of ...
HIV stigma reduction and testing in the Hispanic/Latino church setting
The study explored barriers and facilitators to HIV testing and stigma reduction interventions and developed and evaluated a culturally and religiously adapted measure of predictors of individuals' intentions to obtain ...