Evidence that the type of person affects the strength of the perceived behavioural control-intention relationship.

@article{Sheeran2002EvidenceTT,
  title={Evidence that the type of person affects the strength of the perceived behavioural control-intention relationship.},
  author={Paschal Sheeran and David Trafimow and Krystina A. Finlay and Paul M. Norman},
  journal={The British journal of social psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={41 Pt 2},
  pages={253-70}
}
This study examined the role of person type in explaining the relationship between perceived behavioural control and behavioural intentions. Participants (N = 187) completed measures of the theory of planned behaviour (Ajzen, 1991) variables regarding 30 behaviours. Within-participants analyses demonstrated that intentions were more strongly predicted by perceived behavioural control (PBC) than a combination of attitudes and subjective norms among a minority of the sample. When these 'PBC… CONTINUE READING