Mark T Conner

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JENS B. ASENDORPF*, MARK CONNER, FILIP DE FRUYT, JAN DE HOUWER, JAAP J. A. DENISSEN, KLAUS FIEDLER, SUSANN FIEDLER, DAVID C. FUNDER, REINHOLD KLIEGL, BRIAN A. NOSEK, MARCO PERUGINI, BRENT W. ROBERTS, MANFRED SCHMITT, MARCEL A. G. VANAKEN, HANNELORE WEBER and JELTE M. WICHERTS Department of Psychology, Humboldt University Berlin, Berlin, Germany Institute of(More)
The Transtheoretical Model (TTM) has for some time now enjoyed fame (or even notoriety). Indeed, Health Education Research has been pleased to publish a number of articles over recent years. We were especially pleased to publish Adams and White’s (Adams and White, 2004) interesting and arguably heretical paper which appears in this edition of the Journal(More)
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The mere measurement of cognitions and in particular intentions has been shown to be sufficient to change behaviour. This study assessed the impact of measuring anticipated regret in addition to intentions and other cognitions on recorded cervical smear attendance rates following invitation in a sample of women. A total of 4,277 women received an invitation(More)
Increasing evidence suggests that implementation intentions are effective in moving people towards achieving health behaviour goals. However, the type of health behaviours for which they work best is unclear. Furthermore, implementation intentions appear to be less effective when studied in clinical rather than student populations. This prospective study(More)
This research examined whether intentions aligned with moral norms better predict behaviour compared with intentions aligned with attitudes. Six data sets predicting behaviours in the health domain (smoking, driving over speed limit, applying universal precautions, exercising) were analysed. Moderated regression analysis indicated that participants whose(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to identify factors explaining the intention to donate blood. MATERIALS AND METHODS A random sample of 4000 respondents drawn from the general population received a questionnaire by mail. This questionnaire assessed variables as defined by the most prominent social cognitive theories. RESULTS Overall,(More)
OBJECTIVE This study investigated the daily hassles-eating behavior relationship and its moderators in a naturalistic setting. DESIGN A multilevel diary design was used to examine day-to-day within-person effects of daily hassles on eating behavior (N = 422), together with the individual and simultaneous influence of potential moderating variables. MAIN(More)
Four studies were performed to test whether Ajzen's (1988, 1991) concept of perceived behavioural control is really an amalgamation of two variables, which we term 'perceived control' and 'perceived difficulty'. Perceived control refers to the extent to which people consider the performance of a behaviour to be under their voluntary control. Perceived(More)