Predicting Health Behaviour
Providing the theoretical background and examples of how to apply the most common social cognition models to health behaviours, this book thoroughly examines how to assess the advantages and disadvantages of using each of these models, appropriately apply each model in practice, adequately analyze and report the results and apply the models to change health behaviour.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
A SOCIAL COGNITION APPROACH
Chapter 02 THE HEALTH BELIEF MODEL
Chapter 03 PROTECTION MOTIVATION THEORY
Chapter 04 SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY
Chapter 05 THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOUR AND HEALTH BEHAVIOUR
Chapter 06 STAGE THEORIES OF HEALTH BEHAVIOUR
Other editions - View all
Abraham Ajzen analysis applications Armitage assessed attitudes Bandura beha behaviour change behaviour e.g. beneﬁts breast breast cancer cancer cent components condom Conner constructs correlations cues difﬁcult effect sizes effects example exercise behaviour factors ﬁndings ﬁrst follow—up future behaviour goal intentions Gollwitzer HAPA health behaviour health belief model Health Education Health Psychology identiﬁed if—then plans impact implementation intentions individual inﬂuence intentions and behaviour intervention journal maintenance mammography manipulations measures mediated meta—analysis Milne Norman one’s Orbell outcome expectancies participants past behaviour perceived vulnerability perform the behaviour physical activity planned behaviour PMT variables predictive predictors preventive processes protection motivation theory Psychology and Health questionnaire relationship response efﬁcacy sample Schwarzer SCMs self—efﬁcacy sexual Sheeran signiﬁcant signiﬁcantly smoking cessation social cognition models Social Psychology speciﬁc stages of change studies subjective norm target theory of planned threat transtheoretical model variance viour Weinstein