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Helping Mothers Defend their Decision to Breastfeed

@inproceedings{Natoli2015HelpingMD,
  title={Helping Mothers Defend their Decision to Breastfeed},
  author={Kandis Natoli},
  year={2015}
}
Very little research has examined specific approaches to help people resist negative messages about health beliefs and behaviors. One approach to helping people resist persuasion and adhere to therapeutic regimens and health guidelines is the Inoculation Theory of Resistance to Influence (IT). This paper presents an overview of the theory and reviews studies that have applied an inoculation treatment in a health context. Primary research reports of intervention studies based on inoculation… Expand
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