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A framework for implementing sustainable oral health promotion interventions Simpson
A new paradigm for behavior change Henrietta L.
Advancing Health Promotion in Dentistry: Articulating an Integrative Approach to Coaching Oral Health Behavior Change in the Dental Setting Vernon and Howard
Advancing sustainability research- challenging existing paradigms Chambers
Be prepared: capitalizing on opportunities to advance theory and practice Rothman
Behavioral and social intervention research at the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) Riddle and Clark
Behavioral Determinants of Brushing Young Childrens Teeth Colleen E. and Christine A.
Combining self-management cues with incentives to promote interdental cleaning among Indian periodontal disease outpatients Lhakhang et al.
Covariates of Tooth-brushing Frequency in Low-income African Americans From Grades 5 to 8 Koerber et al.
Drilling Deeper into Toothbrushing Skills: is Proactive Interference an Under-Recognized Factor in Oral Hygiene Behavior Change? Thavarajah et al.
Economic context of employing behavioral interventions to improve oral health Manski
Encouraging early preventive dental visits for preschool-aged children enrolled in Medicaid: Using the Extended Parallel Process Model to conduct formative research Askelson et al.
Enhancing the usefulness of results from economic evaluations of behavioral health interventions Ismail
Even the most sophisticated oral health interventions and technologies are of no help unless people accept and use them McNeil
Five roles for using theory and evidence in the design and testing of behavior change interventions Bartholomew and Mullen
Health behavior models and oral health: a review Hollister and Anema
Injecting theory into the dental behavior intervention research process Chi
Innovative interventions to promote positive dental health behaviors and prevent dental caries in preschool children: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial Gao et al.
Lasting change: sustaining improvements in oral health care Demko
Mediation in the development of early childhood caries Litt
Modeling the theory of planned behavior for intention to improve oral health behaviors: the impact of attitudes, knowledge, and current behavior Dumitrescu et al.
Oral health behavior and factors associated with poor oral status in Qatar: results from a national health survey Cheema et al.
Oral health behavioral and social intervention research concepts and methods Martino
Overview of methods in economic analyses of behavioral interventions to promote oral health O'Connell and Griffin
Planning models and theories: integrating components for addressing complex challenges Glasgow
Planning models are critical for facilitating the development, implementation, and evaluation of dental health promotion interventions DiClemente
PRECEDE-PROCEED and the NIDA stage model: the value of a conceptual framework for intervention research Onken
Predictors of dentists' behaviours in delivering prevention in primary dental care in England: using the theory of planned behaviour Yusuf et al.
Preventing Childhood Caries: A Review of Recent Behavioral Research Albino and Tiwari
Primary dental care evaluation in Brazil: an item response theory approach Reis et al.
Psychological Interventions for Poor Oral Health: A Systematic Review Werner et al.
SBIRT-Based Interventions to Improve Pediatric Oral Health Behaviors and Outcomes: Considerations for Future Behavioral SBIRT Interventions in Dentistry Cuevas and Chi
Social-Biological Interactions in Oral Disease: A 'Cells to Society' View Gomaa et al.
Socioeconomic and behavioral determinants of tooth brushing frequency: results from the representative French 2010 HBSC cross-sectional study Grado et al.
Sustainable oral health interventions Weintraub
The BBaRTS Healthy Teeth Behaviour Change Programme for preventing dental caries in primary school children: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial Pine et al.
The charge to advance theory and improve health outcomes Kobrin
The contributions of behaviour change science towards dental public health practice: a new paradigm Asimakopoulou and Newton
The effect of motivational interviewing on oral healthcare knowledge, attitudes and behaviour of parents and caregivers of preschool children: an exploratory cluster randomised controlled study Naidu et al.
The importance of monitoring and maximizing treatment fidelity in public health research Czajkowski
The role of cognitions in short-term temporal changes in dental fear among Australian adults Armfield et al.
The role of negative and positive memories in fear of dental treatment Staugaard et al.
The transtheoretical model applied to an oral self-care behavioral change: development and testing of instruments for stages of change and decisional balance Tillis et al.
Toward a better understanding of dental appointment-keeping behavior Lapidos et al.
What is a planning model? An introduction to PRECEDE-PROCEED Crosby and Noar
World Oral Health Day