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Predicting health behaviour : research and practice with social cognition models
Contents List of Contributors Preface 1. Predicting and Changing Health Behaviour: A Social Cognition Approach by Mark Conner and Paul Norman 2.The Health Belief Model by Charles Abraham andExpand
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Interaction effects in the theory of planned behaviour: studying cannabis use.
This study employed the theory of planned behaviour (TPB) to investigate the factors underlying intentions and frequency of use of cannabis over a three-month period in a population of students (N =Expand
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Application of the theory of planned behaviour to two dietary behaviours: Roles of perceived control and self-efficacy
Objectives. This study examined the application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) to two dietary behaviours with a particular focus on the roles of perceived control and self-efficacy as twoExpand
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The theory of planned behavior and healthy eating.
Application of the theory of planned behavior (TPB) to healthy eating in 144 health promotion clinic attendees is reported. Respondents completed self-report TPB measures after the clinic (Time 1)Expand
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Meta-Analysis of the Reasoned Action Approach (RAA) to Understanding Health Behaviors
BackgroundReasoned action approach (RAA) includes subcomponents of attitude (experiential/instrumental), perceived norm (injunctive/descriptive), and perceived behavioral control (capacity/autonomy)Expand
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The theory of planned behaviour and binge drinking: Assessing the moderating role of past behaviour within the theory of planned behaviour.
  • P. Norman, M. Conner
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • British journal of health psychology
  • 1 February 2006
A sample of 398 undergraduate students completed questionnaires assessing the main constructs of the theory of planned behaviour (TPB) in relation to binge drinking, as well as past binge drinkingExpand
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Barriers to healthy eating amongst men: a qualitative analysis.
Currently, little is known about the meanings men attach to food or to the links between food and health. The burgeoning literature on men's health highlights forms of masculinity (e.g. risk-taking,Expand
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Why do women use dietary supplements? The use of the theory of planned behaviour to explore beliefs about their use.
Dietary supplements use is increasing, despite the lack of evidence to suggest they are needed to meet dietary deficiency in the majority of people. Reasons for consuming dietary supplements areExpand
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Healthy masculinities? How ostensibly healthy men talk about lifestyle, health and gender
Research on men's health has predominantly focussed on links between ‘hegemonic’ masculinities (e.g. perceived invulnerability) and health-averse practices (e.g. high fat diets). However, it seemsExpand
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The Theory of Planned Behavior and Exercise: Evidence for the Mediating and Moderating Roles of Planning on Intention-Behavior Relationships
Two studies on the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) and exercise behavior are reported that consider the mediating and moderating effects of planning on intention-behavior relationships.Expand
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