Understanding the theoretical basis of health behavior and evaluating their use has been a mainstay of Dr. Glanz's work. Please refer to the publications and resources below to learn more about this work.
Monograph & Book
- Theory at a Glance Monograph, 2nd Edition, National Cancer Institute, September 2005
- Health Behavior: Theory, Research, and Practice (5th Edition) - Instructor Companion Site , Karen Glanz (Editor), Barbara K. Rimer (Editor), K. Viswanath (Editor), July 2015, Jossey-Bass
- Health Behavior and Health Education: Theory, Research, and Practice (4th Edition) - Companion Materials , Karen Glanz (Editor), Barbara K. Rimer (Editor), K. Viswanath (Editor), September 2008, Jossey-Bass
- Social and Behavioral Theories in Public Health Interventions - Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) in the Office of the Director, National Institutes of Health (NIH), digital anthology website
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Reese PP, Glanz K, Shah A, Mussell A, Levsky S, Shuda L, Shults J, Kessler JB. A randomized trial of theory-informed appeals for organ donor registration using internet advertisements. Kidney Reports International. 2020;5(12):2238-2245.
Glanz K, Owen N, Wold JA. Perspectives on behavioral sciences research for disease prevention and control in populations. Journal of the National Institute of Public Health (Japan), 58(1): 40-50, 2009.