1. List the SMART attributes of objectives. Give two examples of SMART objectives.  2. Describe how behavioral change and risk factors are related. Give an example of each and show how they help achieve a program goal.  3. Develop a set of objectives to tackle the environmental factors that trigger a common health problem of your choice. What domains — individual, interpersonal, organizational, community, and public – policy — would you include, and what activities would you plan? What resources would you draw on?