Ashley Munger

Rongxiang Xu College of Health and Human Services
Department of Child and Family Studies
Office Location: ET
Email: amunger@calstatela.edu

INTRODUCTION

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TEACHING INTERESTS

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RESEARCH

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PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

  • Song, H., Grutzmacher, S., & Munger, A. (2016). Project ReFresh: Testing the efficacy of a school-based classroom and cafeteria intervention to improve fruit and vegetable consumption in elementary school children. Journal of School Health, 86, 543-551.
  • Munger, A., Hofferth, S., & Grutzmacher, S. (2016). Food insecurity, maternal depression, and therole of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 11(2), 162-180.
  • Davis, B., Grutzmacher, S., & Munger, A. (2016). Utilization of social support among food insecure individuals: A qualitative examination of network strategies and  appraisals. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 11(2), 147-161.
  • Speirs, K., Grutzmacher, S., Munger, A., & Messina, L. (2016). Recruitment and retention in an SMS-based health education program: Lessons learned from Text2BHealthy. Journal of Health Informatics, 22(3), 651-658.
  • Munger, A., Stevenson, T., Speirs, K., Riera, K., & Grutzmacher, S. (2015). More than just not enough: Undocumented Latino immigrants’ experiences of food insecurity. Journal of Minority and Immigrant Health,17(5), 1548-1556.
  • Speirs, K., Messina, L., Munger, A., & Grutzmacher, S. (2012). Health literacy and nutrition behaviors among low-income adults. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 23(3),1082-1091.

 


 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

M.A. Art 2002

  • California State University, Los Angeles
    Los Angeles, CA

B.A. Art 2000

  • California State University, Los Angeles
    Los Angeles, CA