Social-cognitive theory predictors of exercise behavior in endometrial cancer survivors.

  title={Social-cognitive theory predictors of exercise behavior in endometrial cancer survivors.},
  author={Karen M. Basen-Engquist and Cindy L Carmack and Yisheng Li and J. Owen Brown and Anuja Jhingran and Daniel C. Hughes and Heidi Y Perkins and Stacie Scruggs and Carol A Harrison and George Baum and Diane C. Bodurka and Andrew Waters},
  journal={Health psychology : official journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association},
  volume={32 11},
OBJECTIVE This study evaluated whether social-cognitive theory (SCT) variables, as measured by questionnaire and ecological momentary assessment (EMA), predicted exercise in endometrial cancer survivors. METHOD One hundred posttreatment endometrial cancer survivors received a 6-month home-based exercise intervention. EMAs were conducted by using hand-held computers for 10- to 12-day periods every 2 months. Participants rated morning self-efficacy and positive and negative outcome expectations… CONTINUE READING