Health-Promoting and Health-Risk Behaviors: Theory-Driven Analyses of Multiple Health Behavior Change in Three International Samples

@inproceedings{Lippke2012HealthPromotingAH,
  title={Health-Promoting and Health-Risk Behaviors: Theory-Driven Analyses of Multiple Health Behavior Change in Three International Samples},
  author={Sonia Lippke and Claudio Renato Nigg and Jason E. Maddock},
  booktitle={International journal of behavioral medicine},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Co-occurrence of different behaviors was investigated using the theoretical underpinnings of the Transtheoretical Model, the Theory of Triadic Influence and the concept of Transfer. PURPOSE To investigate relationships between different health behaviors' stages of change, how behaviors group, and whether study participants cluster in terms of their behaviors. METHOD Relationships across stages for different behaviors were assessed in three studies with N = 3,519, 965, and 310… CONTINUE READING
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