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Adherence to a daily flossing regimen in university students: effects of planning when, where, how and what to do in the face of barriers.
OBJECTIVES Regular (daily) dental flossing is recommended for preventing oral diseases, but adherence is unsatisfactory. Social cognitive theory (SCT) specifies determinants of dental flossing:Expand
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Changes in Intentions, Planning, and Self-efficacy Predict Changes in Behaviors
Can latent true changes in intention, planning, and self-efficacy account for latent change in two health behaviors (physical activity as well as fruit and vegetable intake)? Baseline data onExpand
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Planning bridges the intention–behaviour gap: Age makes a difference and strategy use explains why
Objective: This study examines age-differential association patterns between intentions, planning and physical activity in young and middle-aged individuals. The effectiveness of planning to bridgeExpand
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What contributes to action plan enactment? Examining characteristics of physical activity plans.
OBJECTIVES Individuals with chronic conditions can benefit from formulating action plans to engage in regular physical activity. However, the content and the successful translation of plans intoExpand
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Disentangling the relation between intentions, planning, and behaviour: A moderated mediation analysis
Action planning is assumed to mediate between intentions and health behaviours. Moreover, intentions are assumed to moderate the planning-behaviour relation, because people with high intentions areExpand
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Self-efficacy moderates the mediation of intentions into behavior via plans.
OBJECTIVE To examine the putative moderating role of self-efficacy in the intention-planning-behavior relationship. METHODS In N=812 individuals, intentions (independent variable) were assessed atExpand
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Intrinsic rewards, fruit and vegetable consumption, and habit strength: a three-wave study testing the associative-cybernetic model.
BACKGROUND Habit formation is thought to lead to long-term maintenance of fruit and vegetable consumption. Habits develop through context-dependent repetition, but additional variables such asExpand
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Healthy eating at different risk levels for job stress: testing a moderated mediation.
Health behavior, like fruit and vegetable consumption (FVC), is affected by unfavorable job conditions. However, there is little research to date that combines job stress models and health-behaviorExpand
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Effects of a short behavioural intervention for dental flossing: randomized-controlled trial on planning when, where and how.
AIM Regular dental flossing has been widely recommended to prevent periodontal diseases. Nevertheless, compliance is below a desirable level. This study evaluates the effects of a brief behaviouralExpand
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Multiple plans and memory performance: results of a randomized controlled trial targeting fruit and vegetable intake
To test whether forming and memorizing more action plans has larger effects than generating fewer plans. In a randomized controlled trial with five intervention groups and one control group, 478Expand
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