|Shelley Golden, PhD|
|Clinical Assistant Professor
Shelley Golden's Biosketch
|2013||The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||PhD, Public Policy|
|1999||The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||MPH, Health Behavior and Health Education|
|1994||Yale University||BA, Biology|
|HBEH 600||Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health||Syllabus|
|HBEH 815||Foundations of Health Behavior I||Syllabus|
|HBEH 816||Foundations of Health Behavior II|
Dr. Golden bridges disciplinary boundaries to explore social determinants of health and their policy implications. Her research focuses on the economic conditions in which individuals and policymakers make decisions that impact population health. Her primary research areas are smoking behavior, tobacco policy, alcohol policy, injury and violence prevention, and public health training. Examples of Dr. Golden's work include:
|Golden SD, Ribisl KM & Perreira KM|
Do tobacco taxes rise as the economy gets worse, or are politics getting in the way? An analysis of 31 years of state data. (In press).
American Journal of Public Health
|Golden SD, Perreira KM & Durrance CP (2013)|
Troubled relationships, troubled times: How economic resources, gender beliefs and neighborhood disadvantage influence intimate partner violence..
Journal of Interpersonal Violence: vol.10, p.2134-2155.
|Golden SD & Earp JA (2012)|
Social ecological approaches to individuals and their contexts: Twenty years of HEB health promotion interventions.
Health Education & Behavior: vol.3, p.364-372.
|Durrance CP, Golden S, Perreira K & Cook PJ (2011)|
Taxing sin and saving lives: Can alcohol taxation reduce female homicide?.
Social Science & Medicine: vol.1, p.169-176.