The effects of persuasive communication and planning on intentions to be more physically active and on physical activity behaviour among low-active adolescents.

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The purpose of the present study was to examine, using the theory of planned behaviour (TPB) combined with a self-regulatory behaviour change approach, whether persuasive communication based on adolescents' salient beliefs (SBCondition) and planning (PCondition) could promote the intention and physical activity (PA) behaviour of low-active adolescents… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/08870446.2014.996564

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@article{Tessier2015TheEO, title={The effects of persuasive communication and planning on intentions to be more physically active and on physical activity behaviour among low-active adolescents.}, author={Damien Tessier and Philippe G. Sarrazin and Virginie Nicaise and J R Dupont}, journal={Psychology & health}, year={2015}, volume={30 5}, pages={583-604} }