Does Self-Efficacy Mediate the Relationships Between Social-Cognitive Factors and Intentions to Receive HPV Vaccination Among Young Women?

@article{Christy2017DoesSM,
  title={Does Self-Efficacy Mediate the Relationships Between Social-Cognitive Factors and Intentions to Receive HPV Vaccination Among Young Women?},
  author={Shannon M. Christy and Joseph G. Winger and Catherine E. Mosher},
  journal={Clinical nursing research},
  year={2017},
  pages={1054773817741590}
}
Drawing upon health behavior change theories, the current study examined whether self-efficacy mediated relationships between social-cognitive factors (i.e., perceived risk, perceived benefits, perceived barriers, perceived severity, and cue to action) and human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination intentions among college women. Unvaccinated women ( N = 115… CONTINUE READING