Health Promot Perspect. 2020;10(3): 200-206. doi: 10.34172/hpp.2020.33
PMID: 32802756        PMCID: PMC7420166

Original Article

Using multi theory model (MTM) of health behavior change to explain intention for initiation and sustenance of the consumption of fruits and vegetables among African American men from barbershops in Mississippi

Jaelrbreiret L. Williams 1 * ORCID, Manoj Sharma 1 ORCID, Vincent L. Mendy 2 ORCID, Sophia Leggett 1, Luma Akil 1, Samuel Perkins 3

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