Gerontology, Psychological intervention, Health education, Spirituality and Religiosity are her primary areas of study. Her study looks at the intersection of Gerontology and topics like Public health with Breast cancer and Mammography. Cheryl L. Holt combines subjects such as Intervention, Mental health, Community health and Health promotion with her study of Psychological intervention.
Her Health education research includes themes of Overweight, Cognition, Health information and Medical education. Cheryl L. Holt interconnects Coping and Locus of control in the investigation of issues within Spirituality. She has included themes like Social support and Clinical psychology in her Religiosity study.
Her primary areas of investigation include Psychological intervention, Gerontology, Clinical psychology, African american and Family medicine. Her Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Health equity, Community health and Health promotion. Her research investigates the link between Health promotion and topics such as Social psychology that cross with problems in Psychometrics.
Her Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cancer, Breast cancer, Disease and Health education, Public health. Her study in Clinical psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Religiosity, Mental health, Spirituality and Social support. Her study looks at the relationship between Spirituality and topics such as Locus of control, which overlap with Personality.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Psychological intervention, Family medicine, African american, Intervention and Focus group. Her Psychological intervention research includes themes of Health equity, Social support, Community health and Medical education. Her Community health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cancer Early Detection, Nonprobability sampling, Health education and Health promotion.
Her Family medicine course of study focuses on Colonoscopy and Cancer screening and Gynecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Rehabilitation, Social cognitive theory and Social facilitation in addition to Gerontology. The various areas that Cheryl L. Holt examines in her Mental health study include Internal-External Control, Locus of control and Spirituality.
Her primary scientific interests are in Family medicine, Psychological intervention, Health promotion, Colonoscopy and Clinical psychology. Her studies deal with areas such as Health information and Vaccine efficacy as well as Family medicine. Her Psychological intervention study combines topics in areas such as Health information technology, Behavior change and Medical education.
Her Colonoscopy research integrates issues from Cluster randomised controlled trial, Intervention, Cultural deprivation and Community health. Her research integrates issues of Religiosity, Mental health, Social support and Health psychology in her study of Clinical psychology. Her Mental health study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Spirituality and Locus of control.
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Assessing the current validity of the Bem Sex-Role Inventory.
Cheryl L. Holt;Jon. B. Ellis.
Sex Roles (1998)
Culturally appropriate storytelling to improve blood pressure: a randomized trial
Thomas K. Houston;Jeroan J. Allison;Marc Sussman;Wendy Horn.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2011)
Cultural tailoring for mammography and fruit and vegetable intake among low-income African-American women in urban public health centers
Matthew W. Kreuter;Celette Sugg-Skinner;Cheryl L. Holt;Eddie M. Clark.
Preventive Medicine (2005)
Spiritual health locus of control and breast cancer beliefs among urban African American women.
Cheryl L. Holt;Eddie M. Clark;Matthew W. Kreuter;Doris M. Rubio.
Health Psychology (2003)
Development and validation of brief scales to measure collectivism, religiosity, racial pride, and time orientation in urban African American women.
Susan N. Lukwago;Matthew W. Kreuter;Dawn C. Bucholtz;Cheryl L. Holt.
Family & Community Health (2001)
Perceptions of the Religion-Health Connection Among African American Church Members
Cheryl L. Holt;Stephanie M. McClure.
Qualitative Health Research (2006)
Proceedings from the 9th annual conference on the science of dissemination and implementation
David Chambers;Lisa Simpson;Felicia Hill-Briggs;Gila Neta.
Understanding the effects of printed health education materials: which features lead to which outcomes?
Fiona Bull;C.L. Holt;M.W. Kreuter;E.M. Clark.
Journal of Health Communication (2001)
Relationship between religious social support and general social support with health behaviors in a national sample of African Americans.
Katrina Debnam;Cheryl L. Holt;Eddie M. Clark;David L. Roth.
Journal of Behavioral Medicine (2012)
Sociocultural correlates of breast cancer knowledge and screening in urban African American women.
Susan N. Lukwago;Matthew W. Kreuter;Cheryl L. Holt;Karen Steger-May.
American Journal of Public Health (2003)
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