Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior of African American Undergraduate College Students Concerning Primary Preventative Health
Date of Award
Linda J. LaFleur
African Americans' knowledge about primary preventive health and their attitudes toward primary preventive health influence their health behavior. Primary preventive health behavior is also affected by the individuals' definition of health and the significance they ascribe to their health status. Attitudes toward primary preventive health determine whether health assessment is important in preventing disease. African Americans have a myriad of views about health and general well being. The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between primary preventive health knowledge, primary preventive health attitudes and primary preventive health behavior in African American undergraduate students. A survey will be conducted to measure these aspects of primary preventive health. The population of the study will consist of 100 African American undergraduate students from Langston University, age eighteen and older.
Mayes, Lionas, "Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior of African American Undergraduate College Students Concerning Primary Preventative Health" (1998). McCabe Thesis Collection. 22.