Reflecting on non-reflective action: An exploratory think-aloud study of self-report habit measures

@inproceedings{Gardner2014ReflectingON,
  title={Reflecting on non-reflective action: An exploratory think-aloud study of self-report habit measures},
  author={Benjamin Gardner and Vinca Tang},
  booktitle={British journal of health psychology},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVES Within health psychology, habit - the tendency to enact action automatically as a learned response to contextual cues - is most commonly quantified using the 'Self-Report Habit Index', which assesses behavioural automaticity, or measures combining self-reported behaviour frequency and context stability. Yet, the use of self-report to capture habit has proven controversial. This study used 'think-aloud' methods to investigate problems experienced when completing these two measures… CONTINUE READING

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