Most Cited Authors and Publications In Health Education Journals For 1970–79

Authors

  • James H. Price,

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      James H. Price, PhD, MPH, Professor and Chairman, Department of Health Education, The University of Toledo; Susan Newell, MA, Doctoral Student, Department of Health Education, The University of Toledo; and Patricia Miller, MA, Doctoral Student, Department of Health Education, The University of Toledo.

  • Susan Newell,

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      James H. Price, PhD, MPH, Professor and Chairman, Department of Health Education, The University of Toledo; Susan Newell, MA, Doctoral Student, Department of Health Education, The University of Toledo; and Patricia Miller, MA, Doctoral Student, Department of Health Education, The University of Toledo.

  • Patricia Miller

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      James H. Price, PhD, MPH, Professor and Chairman, Department of Health Education, The University of Toledo; Susan Newell, MA, Doctoral Student, Department of Health Education, The University of Toledo; and Patricia Miller, MA, Doctoral Student, Department of Health Education, The University of Toledo.


ABSTRACT

This study attempted to answer the following questions about the journals Health Education, Health Education Monographs and the Journal of School Health. What authors have been cited the most in health education journals during the decade of the 70s? What authors have been cited the most in each health education journal? What articles and books have been the most cited in health education journal? What have been the most cited articles and books in each health education journal? It was found that the most cited author was L. W. Green, the most cited articles were L. W. Green “Toward Cost-Benefit Evaluations of Health Education: Some Concepts, Methods and Examples.” Health Education Monographs and S. V. Kasl “Health Behavior, Illness Behavior and Sick-Role Behavior.” Archives of Environmental Health and the most cited books was School Health Education Study, Health Education: A Conceptual Approach to Curriculum Design. Most cited authors, articles and books varied across the three journals.

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