Predicting food hygiene. An investigation of social factors and past behaviour in an extended model of the Health Action Process Approach.

@article{Chow2010PredictingFH,
  title={Predicting food hygiene. An investigation of social factors and past behaviour in an extended model of the Health Action Process Approach.},
  author={Sharon S. W. Chow and Barbara M. Mullan},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2010},
  volume={54 1},
  pages={126-33}
}
PURPOSE The current study uses an extended version of the Health Action Process Approach (HAPA) to predict food safety behaviour. DESIGN/METHODOLOGY/APPROACH Two hundred and fifty-nine participants completed a questionnaire assessing variables of HAPA as well as additional predictors including: risk awareness, outcome expectancy, action self-efficacy, subjective norm, social support, past behaviour, and intention. One week later, participants returned a follow up questionnaire measuring their… CONTINUE READING

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Predicting food hygiene : An investigation of social factors and past behaviour in an extended model of the Health Action Process Approach

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