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Challenges in multi-behavior interventions and theory-based research : From single theories to integrations?

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LIPPKE, Sonia, Jochen Philipp ZIEGELMANN, Axinja KALUSCHE, 2006. Challenges in multi-behavior interventions and theory-based research : From single theories to integrations?. In: Psychology & Health ; Supplement, Vol. 21. London:Taylor & Francis, pp. 91. Available under: doi: 10.1080/14768320600901313

@misc{Lippke2006Chall-49005, title={Challenges in multi-behavior interventions and theory-based research : From single theories to integrations?}, year={2006}, doi={10.1080/14768320600901313}, author={Lippke, Sonia and Ziegelmann, Jochen Philipp and Kalusche, Axinja} }

Ziegelmann, Jochen Philipp Challenges in multi-behavior interventions and theory-based research : From single theories to integrations? Lippke, Sonia Kalusche, Axinja 2020-03-11T10:07:30Z terms-of-use eng 2020-03-11T10:07:30Z 2006 Stage and transfer theories can contribute to each other in order to change health behaviours more efficaciously. It is assumed that stage-matched interventions are more successful than stagemismatched or no interventions, and that resources from one behaviour can be transferred to other behaviours. Individuals who already perform one behaviour (exercise daily) should prefer planning a different behaviour (healthy eating). Assumptions were tested with data from an online-study (N¼700). Stage-matched interventions helped individuals more to increase their intentions and coping plans than stage-mismatched and no interventions. Having planned how to exercise facilitated intentions and action plans to eat healthy. Results show how to conjoin different theories to overcome challenges. Lippke, Sonia Kalusche, Axinja Ziegelmann, Jochen Philipp

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