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Unformatted text preview: B IBLIOGRAPHY OF B EHAVIORAL S CIENCE R ESEARCH IN U NINTENTIONAL I NJURY P REVENTION Compiled and Edited by David A. Sleet, PhD Krista Hopkins, MPH Contributing Editor Helen Harber Singer, MPH Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention Atlanta, Georgia January 2004 The Bibliography of Behavioral Science Research in Unintentional Injury Prevention is a product of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Julie L . Gerberding, MD, MPH, Director National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Sue Binder, MD, Director Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention Christine M. Branche, PhD, Director Suggested Citation: Bibliography on Behavioral Science Research in Unintentional Injury Prevention [CD-ROM]. Sleet DA, Hopkins K, editors. National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (producer). Atlanta, GA: CDC; 2004. ii B IBLIOGRAPHY OF B EHAVIORAL S CIENCE R ESEARCH IN U NINTENTIONAL I NJURY P REVENTION I NTRODUCTION This bibliography grew out of an initial meeting CDC sponsored on behavioral science and unintentional injury prevention in September 1998. From this meeting, CDCs Injury Center formed a Behavioral Science Working Group to bring together researchers and practitioners who have interest and experience in using behavioral science approaches in unintentional injury prevention. The working group is part of a general effort to take an interdisciplinary approach to injury prevention and to identify innovative strategies from the behavioral and social sciences. The work of this group has helped CDC to promote and facilitate new scientific approaches to injury prevention and to document important contributions not easily found or often cited in the injury literature. Members of the working group are from universities and government agencies in the United States, Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. They actively conduct research in clinical, social, and pediatric psychology; preventive medicine; health education; health promotion; behavioral epidemiology; and health communications. This group is unique because of its members academic diversity and history of addressing injury prevention from a behavioral and social science perspective. The goals of the bibliography are to document the contributions of behavioral and social science research to unintentional injury prevention and control and to increase awareness about the impact and importance of behavioral science in the field of injury control. Ideally, this bibliography will help to stimulate injury researchers and behavioral scientists to work together to uncover new solutions to the injury problem. This bibliography can also serve as a useful starting point for students and researchers who are interested in conducting research related to behavioral science and injury control....
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