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Bureau and Staff Accomplishments. Betty Jung. CT Department of
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(1999, November). Report from the MPH & Service Committees; Chapter
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(1999, March). "Report from the MPH & Service Committees." SCSU
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(1998, September)."From Betty C. Jung - Prez in Transition."
SCSU Alumni Association/Public Health Chapter Alumni Newsletter. Vol V,
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(July, 1998). "Congratulations Department of Public Health."
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(April, 1998). "Aloha from the prez..." Executive Committee,
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Graduate Student Handbook. "Maintaining Ties to School." p. 45
SCSU/Department of Public Health/Master of Public Health 1996
Graduate Student Handbook. Jung, Betty C. (August, 1996). Does Enhancing
the Self-efficacy of Smoking Cessation Participants Reduce Relapse? p. 42.
Women consider change. Career tips offered at SCSU workshop. New
Haven Register. p. A3.
Chapter Chatter: Public Health Alumni Chapter. President Betty Jung
welcomed the new public health students.... SCSU/ScaNews. Fall, 1995.
SCSU Public Health Graduates Establish Alumni Chapter (Summer, 1994).
Connecticut Public Health Association News.(Summer, 1994). p. 1.
The Alumni Association opens another chapter: namely, chapters!
(Summer, 1994). SCSU/ScaNews. Alumni chapter.p. 9.
Public health's graduates are first to found their own alumni chapter. (Spring, 1994). SCSU/ScaNews, p. 4.
SCSU/Department of Public Health/Master of Public Health Program.
Information and Application. Theses projects, p. 16.
SCSU/Department of Public Health/Master of Public Health 1994
Graduate Student Handbook. Jung, Betty C. (September, 1994). Does
Enhancing the Self-efficacy of Smoking Cessation Participants Reduce
Relapse? [Abstract]. p. 33
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JUNG, B. C. (1993). DOES ENHANCING THE SELF-EFFICACY OF PARTICIPANTS IN SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAMS REDUCE RELAPSE? Unpublished MPH, SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY (0928). (Copyrighted) This thesis investigated the validity of A. Bandura's claim that treatment success (i.e. abstinence) is contingent upon the presence of four information components (performance accomplishments, verbal persuasion, vicarious experiences and emotional arousal). By examining 19 successful smoking-cessation programs for their presence, it was found that 8 programs contained all four, 5 contained three, 4 contained two, and 2 contained one component. Of the 8 containing all four, only 3 (15.79%) based treatment success solely on these four components, while the other 5 programs included an additional component. Of Bandura's four components: "vicarious experiences" was found in 8, "emotional arousal" in 14, "verbal persuasion" in 16, and "performance accomplishments" in all 19 programs. The "performance accomplishments" component may be a crucial factor in program success/failure. Order #: AAC 1350950 ProQuest - Dissertation Abstracts throwback