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Valente, T. W., Hoffman, B. R., Ritt-Olson, A., Lichtman, K., & Johnson,
C. A. (2003). The effects of a social network method for group
assignment strategies on peer led tobacco prevention programs in
schools. American Journal of Public Health, 93, 1837-1843.
Valente, T.W., Unger, J., Ritt-Olson, A., Cen, S. Y. & Johnson, A. C.
(2006). The interaction of curriculum and implementation method on 1
year smoking outcomes. Health Education Research: Theory & Practice,
Venkataramani, Vijaya wrote:
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>I am new to the area of social networks. I was wondering if some of you could point me to any studies that have experimentally manipulated social relationships? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>thanks a lot
>OBHR | Krannert School of Management
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Evaluating Health Promotion Programs (Oxford U. Press):
My personal webpage:
The Empirical Networks Project
Thomas W. Valente, PhD
Director, Master of Public Health Program
Department of Preventive Medicine
School of Medicine
University of Southern California
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