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Dr. Pearson received her doctorate in Health Science from the University of Arkansas. Her Master of Public Health degree is from New Mexico State University, and her Bachelor of Arts degree is from Humboldt State University. Dr. Pearson has taught at Dona Aña Community College in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and at the University of Arkansas.
Dr. Pearson has published in the areas of payday lending, food affordability and other food access issues, college student attitudes toward eating patterns, adolescent eating and physical activity, and applying ecological models to nurses' risk of being overweight.
* formerly published as Rebecca L. Chambers
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