Threat and coping appraisal as determinants of compliance with sports injury rehabilitation: an application of Protection Motivation Theory.

@article{Taylor1996ThreatAC,
  title={Threat and coping appraisal as determinants of compliance with sports injury rehabilitation: an application of Protection Motivation Theory.},
  author={Adrian H Taylor and Suepattra May},
  journal={Journal of sports sciences},
  year={1996},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={471-82}
}
The aim of this study was to examine the effects of threat appraisal (perceived susceptibility to re-injury or retarded rehabilitation and perceived severity of injury) and coping appraisal (self-efficacy, treatment efficacy and outcome value), in the framework of Protection Motivation Theory (PMT), on compliance to a sports physiotherapist's prescribed modalities and rest. During extensive developmental work, a Sports Injury Rehabilitation Beliefs Survey was constructed with 19 items to assess… CONTINUE READING
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