The Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences (JSBHS), co-sponsored by the College of Health Professions and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Walden University, is a peer-reviewed, online, interdisciplinary journal focusing on theoretically-based research that addresses contemporary national and international issues. JSBHS articles include peer-reviewed research reports, brief reports, comprehensive literature reviews, book reviews, and student research.
Social Distancing in the Context of COVID-19 Anxiety: A Social Cognitive Approach
Allyson S. Graf, Abigail Nehrkorn-Bailey, and Amy Knepple Carney
Exploring the Perceived Barriers and Benefits of Physical Activity Among Wounded, Injured, and/or Sick Military Veterans
Robert Walker, Caroline Limbert, and Paul M. Smith
University Professors’ Perceptions About Patient Safety Teaching in an Interprofessional Education Experience: A Phenomenological Study
Gabriele Vilanova, Andreas Xyrichis, Elena Bohomol, and Rosana Aparecida Salvador Rossit
Bed and Breakfast: The Role of Sleep in Breakfast Intake
Ashley R. MacPherson and Natalie D. Dautovich
Family-Based Caregiving: Does Lumping Asian Americans Together Do More Harm than Good?
Suryadewi E. Nugraheni and Julia F. Hastings
Reducing Hygiene-Related Disease and Malnutrition in Rwanda
Amans Ntakarutimana, Jeanne Kagwiza, Emmy Bushaija, David Tumusiime, and Kristin Schuller