Annotated Bib:Weight and Weight-Related Behaviors Among 2-Year College Students

Nanney, Lytle,  Farbakhsh, Moe, Linde. Gardner, and  Laska, community college professor, wanted to prove that risky health behaviors caused  increased rates of obesity and overweight participants.Participants completed self-assessment survey about their eating and activity patterns, sleep,stress, and body measurements.  The purpose of this article is to describe weight indicators and weight-related behaviors of students enrolled in 2-year colleges, including sex differences.( Nanney  et al., 2015) Journal of American College Health will be the intended audience.  Researchers interested in long term  student health will found this information useful,  because this article spanned a research period of over two years with detailed participant information.

In-Text Citation:

Nanney, M. S., Lytle, L. A., Farbakhsh, K., Moe, S. G., Linde, J. A., Gardner, J. K., & Laska, M. N. (2015). Weight and Weight-Related Behaviors Among 2-Year College Students. Journal Of American College Health, 63(4), 221-229.

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Nanney, M. S., Lytle, L. A., Farbakhsh, K., Moe, S. G., Linde, J. A., Gardner, J. K., & Laska, M. N. (2015). Weight and Weight-Related Behaviors Among 2-Year College Students.Chart. Journal Of American College Health, 63(4), 221-229.

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