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Development and Validation of a Stages of Change Measure for Men in Batterer Treatment
The Transtheoretical Model of Change offers a promising stage-based approach to client–treatment matching to increase the efficacy of batterer treatment. This paper describes the development andExpand
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A Transtheoretical Approach to Changing Organizations
Several authors have reflected on the underdeveloped state of organizational change theory, research, and practice. This field needs an integrative framework that can synthesize major approaches toExpand
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Stage of regular exercise and health-related quality of life.
BACKGROUND Research on cognitive factors and motivational readiness for exercise is important for increasing our understanding of behavior change among those with sedentary lifestyles. This studyExpand
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Violence desistance among battering men: Existing interventions and the application of the transtheoretical model of *change
This research examines the efficacy of existing interventions for battering men and assesses the applicability of the Transtheoretical Model of Change to the problem of violence desistance. InExpand
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Measuring support for tobacco control policy in selected areas of six countries
OBJECTIVE To explore the validity, reliability, and applicability of using a short, psychometrically sound survey instrument to measure population attitudes toward tobacco control policies. DESIGNExpand
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Evaluation of a Stage-Based, Computer-Tailored Adjunct to Usual Care for Domestic Violence Offenders.
OBJECTIVE: Research assessing the efficacy of court-mandated domestic violence treatment continues to yield inconsistent results. The current study examined whether Journey to Change, aExpand
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Assessing Family Members’ Motivational Readiness and Decision Making for Consenting to Cadaveric Organ Donation
This study assessed the applicability of two important components of the transtheoretical model of behavior change (TTM) to family consent for cadaveric organ donation. Men and women (N = 169), whoExpand
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