The role of action and coping planning in the relationship between intention and physical activity: a moderated mediation analysis.

@article{Caudroit2014TheRO,
  title={The role of action and coping planning in the relationship between intention and physical activity: a moderated mediation analysis.},
  author={Johan Caudroit and Julie Boich{\'e} and Yannick Stephan},
  journal={Psychology & health},
  year={2014},
  volume={29 7},
  pages={768-80}
}
OBJECTIVE Using a moderated mediation model, the present study investigated whether the mediation of intention into physical activity (PA) behaviour via action planning depends on the level of coping planning. METHOD A four-month prospective study was conducted among 157 French adults, who were recruited through a web-based survey. They were administrated measures of behavioural intention and sociodemographic variables at baseline and action and coping planning and PA four months later… CONTINUE READING

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