CHPGPCommunity Health Promotion Grants Program
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In terms of the primary outcome of behavior change, the CHPGP was, like other recently reported community-based efforts (Luepker, Murray, Jacobs, et al.
These declines in the prevalence of substance use may reflect social desirability in responses to the questionnaire, regression to the mean, or the energetic and visible set of activities put in place by the CHPGP program.
Further, in contrast to the NIH programs, the CHPGP evaluation relied exclusively on self-reported measures of behavior.