A stage model as an analysis framework for studying voluntary change in food choices – The case of beef consumption reduction in Norway

@article{Klockner2017ASM,
  title={A stage model as an analysis framework for studying voluntary change in food choices – The case of beef consumption reduction in Norway},
  author={C. Klöckner},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2017},
  volume={108},
  pages={434-449}
}
  • C. Klöckner
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Appetite
  • This paper studies the application of a stage-based model of consumer behavior change on describing the processes behind the reduction of beef consumption in two Norwegian samples (N = 746, N = 2967). The way to reduce beef consumption is modeled through a progression through four stages (predecision, decision, action, and postaction) with a chain of first forming goal intentions, then more concrete behavioral intentions and finally implementation intentions. The analyzes show that general goal… CONTINUE READING

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