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Module 2 Health Behavior Theory: Social Ecological Model J. Don Chaney, Ph.D., CHES Assistant Dean for Distance Education and Outreach Assistant Professor of Health Education and Behavior
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What is Social Ecology? Involves intervention at the intrapersonal and  interpersonal level Ecology – describes interrelation between  organisms and their environment Social Ecology – social, institutional, and cultural  contexts of people (environmental relations)
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Core Assumptions of the SE 1) The healthfulness of a situation and the well being of  individuals are influenced by multiple facets of the  physical and social environments Also personal attributes play a role 1) Human environments are multidimensional and complex Physical vs. Social Objective vs. Subjective Proximal vs. Distal
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Core Assumptions of the SEM 1. Participants and environment can and should be studied 
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