Social influences and cognitive control as predictors of self-efficacy and eating behavior

@article{Slater2005SocialIA,
  title={Social influences and cognitive control as predictors of self-efficacy and eating behavior},
  author={Michael D. Slater},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={13},
  pages={231-245}
}
Social influences and cognitive control are hypothesized to predict self-efficacy, which in turn is expected to influence life-style behavior choices. Panel data from two California cities (N =600) were analyzed. Regression analyses supported the hypothesized relationships given statistical controls, and indicated that self-efficacy mediates effects of social influences and cognitive control on eating behavior. Self-efficacy also accounts for variance in eating behavior not explained by… CONTINUE READING
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