Her primary scientific interests are in Gerontology, Ethnic group, Psychological intervention, Public health and Social support. Her Gerontology study combines topics in areas such as Rural area, Epidemiology, Social environment and Health promotion. Her Ethnic group research incorporates elements of Odds ratio, Focus group, Disease and Marital status.
Amy A. Eyler has researched Psychological intervention in several fields, including Physical activity.status, Public relations and Environmental health. Her research on Public health often connects related topics like Recreation. Amy A. Eyler studied Social support and Physical fitness that intersect with Physical exercise, Self-concept, Human Females, Energy and Activities of daily living.
Public health, Gerontology, Environmental health, Public relations and Health promotion are her primary areas of study. Her Public health research includes themes of Evidence-based practice and Health care. Her studies in Gerontology integrate themes in fields like Psychological intervention, Odds ratio, Intervention, Demography and Ethnic group.
Amy A. Eyler combines subjects such as Epidemiology, Disease and Social support with her study of Ethnic group. Her work carried out in the field of Environmental health brings together such families of science as Occupational safety and health, Recreation and Social environment. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Health promotion, Population health and Policy studies is strongly linked to Health policy.
Amy A. Eyler spends much of her time researching Public health, Environmental health, Psychological intervention, Developmental psychology and Evidence-based practice. The study incorporates disciplines such as Shared resource and Best practice in addition to Public health. The concepts of her Environmental health study are interwoven with issues in Prevalence, Email address and Healthy eating.
Her Psychological intervention research incorporates themes from Snowball sampling, Target population and Walkability. Her work focuses on many connections between Evidence-based practice and other disciplines, such as Professional competence, that overlap with her field of interest in Public relations. Her Public relations research focuses on Population health and how it connects with Health promotion.
Her primary scientific interests are in Psychological intervention, Environmental health, Developmental psychology, Health promotion and Influencer marketing. Her Psychological intervention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Insurance claims and Vaccination. Her studies deal with areas such as Disease cluster, Randomized controlled trial and Public health, Biostatistics as well as Environmental health.
Her Developmental psychology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Occupational safety and health. Her work deals with themes such as Snowball sampling, Public relations, Word of mouth, Social environment and Poverty, which intersect with Health promotion. Her work in Influencer marketing incorporates the disciplines of Walkability, Target population, Grounded theory and Sense of control.
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Personal and environmental factors associated with physical inactivity among different racial-ethnic groups of U.S. middle-aged and older-aged women.
Abby C. King;Cynthia Castro;Sara Wilcox;Amy A. Eyler.
Health Psychology (2000)
Physical activity social support and middle- and older-aged minority women: results from a US survey
Amy A Eyler;Ross C Brownson;Rebecca J Donatelle;Abby C King.
Social Science & Medicine (1999)
The epidemiology of walking for physical activity in the United States.
Amy A. Eyler;Ross C. Brownson;Stephen J. Bacak;Robyn A. Housemann.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2003)
Physical Activity and Minority Women: A Qualitative Study
Amy A. Eyler;Elizabeth Baker;LaChenna Cromer;Abby C. King.
Health Education & Behavior (1998)
Patterns and correlates of physical activity among US women 40 years and older.
R C Brownson;A A Eyler;A C King;D R Brown.
American Journal of Public Health (2000)
Measuring the Environment for Friendliness Toward Physical Activity: A Comparison of the Reliability of 3 Questionnaires
Ross C. Brownson;Jen Jen Chang;Amy A. Eyler;Barbara E. Ainsworth.
American Journal of Public Health (2004)
Quantitative study of correlates of physical activity in women from diverse racial/ethnic groups: The Women's Cardiovascular Health Network Project--summary and conclusions.
Amy A. Eyler;Dyann Matson-Koffman;Deborah Rohm Young;Sara Wilcox.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2003)
Relationship of Satisfaction with Body Size and Trying to Lose Weight in a National Survey of Overweight and Obese Women Aged 40 and Older, United States
Lynda A. Anderson;Amy A. Eyler;Deborah A. Galuska;David R. Brown.
Preventive Medicine (2002)
Environmental, policy, and cultural factors related to physical activity in a diverse sample of women: The Women's Cardiovascular Health Network Project--summary and discussion
Amy A. Eyler;Joshua R. Vest;Bonnie Sanderson;Jo Ellen Wilbur.
Women & Health (2002)
Getting the Word Out: New Approaches for Disseminating Public Health Science.
Ross C. Brownson;Amy A. Eyler;Jenine K. Harris;Justin B. Moore.
Journal of Public Health Management and Practice (2017)
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