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    • Are we SAFE now? An evaluation of the "Seatbelts Are for Everyone" teen traffic safety program in Kansas 

      Freund, Nicole M.; Turosak, Anna K.; Dean, Amber K.; White, Hannah G. (Taylor & Francis, 2019-10-03)
      Objective: Teens represent the highest risk group for automobile accidents and are almost 3 times as likely to be killed in an accident. Seat belt use interventions are one way to address this issue, and a student-led ...
    • College students opinions on gun violence 

      Lewis, Rhonda K.; LoCurto, Jamie; Brown, Kyrah K.; Stowell, David; Maryman, J'Vonnah; Dean, Amber K.; McNair, Thoi; Ojeda, Deborah; Siwierka, Julia K. (Springer International Publishing AG, 2016-06)
      Gun violence and control issues have become serious public health problems. This study gathered the opinions from 419 college students from a Midwestern University. Participants were asked about beliefs about purchasing ...
    • Differences in observed parenting behaviors of Latino and non-Latino caregivers 

      Dean, Amber K. (Wichita State University, 2018-05)
      Latinos are the fastest growing population in the United States and experience serious economic, educational, and health disparities compared to non-Latino populations. Consistent, high-quality parenting can help protect ...