Theories of Behavior Change and their Application in Nutrition and Public Health Interventions

Course Details

Course Number
NUTC 211
Associated Faculty

Course Description

This course explores the theories of behavior change most commonly used in nutrition and public health. Includes an examination of several individual-based, social-based, organization-based and eco-social theories, including the Health Belief Model, the Theory of Planned Behavior, the Trans-theoretical Model, Decision-Making, Social Support, Social Learning Theory, and Diffusion of Innovations. Knowledge of these theories will help inform the design of research and program interventions based on psycho-biological, social, cultural and organizational frameworks. The course emphasizes an understanding of core theory concepts and issues in measurement. 

 

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Prerequisites

Not open to Friedman degree students.

Terms Offered

Semester/Term SIS Number Meeting Time Location Instructors
Spring 2019 20051 N/A Online Daniel Hatfield
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