International Journal of Behavioral Medicine


Publication Venue For

  • Current and Long-Term Physical Activity Among Adults with Multiple Sclerosis in the United States: COM-B Variables as Explanatory Factors 2021
  • Physiological Significance of Discrimination on Stress Markers, Obesity, and LDL Oxidation among a European American and African American Cohort of Females.  27:213-224. 2020
  • Moderation of Mood in the Transfer of Self-Regulation From an Exercise to an Eating Context: Short- and Long-Term Effects on Dietary Change and Obesity in Women.  26:323-328. 2019
  • Sources of Variability in Physical Activity Among Inactive People with Multiple Sclerosis.  25:259-264. 2018
  • Cognitive and Behavioral Risk Factors for Unintentional Drowning Among Rural Chinese Children.  23:243-250. 2016
  • Social Cognitive Predictors of Physical Activity in Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis.  21:891-898. 2014
  • Effects of a cognitive-behaviorally based physical activity treatment for 4- and 5-year-old children attending US preschools.  20:562-566. 2013
  • Association of multimodal treatment-induced improvements in stress, exercise volume, nutrition, and weight with improved blood pressure in severely obese women.  20:397-402. 2013
  • Abnormal ECG patterns in chronic post-war PTSD patients: A pilot study.  20:1-6. 2013
  • Racial discrimination is associated with a measure of red blood cell oxidative stress: A potential pathway for racial health disparities.  19:489-495. 2012
  • Physical activity and quality of life-the complementary influence of self-efficacy for physical activity and mental health difficulties.  17:255-263. 2010
  • Psychological factors discriminating between successful and unsuccessful weight loss in a behavioral exercise and nutrition education treatment.  17:168-175. 2010
  • Effects of self-efficacy on physical activity enjoyment in college-aged women.  14:92-96. 2007
  • History of depression, race, and cardiovascular risk in CARDIA.  13:44-50. 2006
  • Predicting smoking stage of change among a sample of low socioeconomic status, primary care outpatients: Replication and extension using decisional balance and self-efficacy theories.  5:148-165. 1998
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1070-5503
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1532-7558