Use of mental simulations to change theory of planned behaviour variables.

@article{Armitage2008UseOM,
  title={Use of mental simulations to change theory of planned behaviour variables.},
  author={Christopher J Armitage and John G. Reidy},
  journal={British journal of health psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={13 Pt 3},
  pages={513-24}
}
OBJECTIVES The predictive validity of the theory of planned behaviour is well established, but much less is known about: (a) whether there are causal relationships between key components of the model and (b) how to go about changing the theory of planned behaviour variables. This study tested the ability of outcome and process simulations to change variables specified in the theory of planned behaviour in relation to blood donation. DESIGN Participants (N=146) were randomized to one of four… CONTINUE READING

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