Gender differences in social cognitive determinants of exercise adoption

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Hankonen, Nelli
Absetz, Pilvikki
Ghisletta, Paolo
Uutela, Antti
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Psychology and Health. 2010, 25(1), pp. 55-69. Available under: doi: 10.1080/08870440902736972
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Gender differences in lifestyle-related mortality and morbidity suggest a need to investigate gender-specificity of health behaviour change process and factors influencing it. We tested whether changes in self-efficacy beliefs and planning, as well as the level of social support predict change in exercise. Finnish men and women, aged 50–65 years, at an increased risk for type 2 diabetes were recruited from health care centres to participate in the Good Ageing in Lahti Region (GOAL) Lifestyle Implementation Trial. Psychosocial factors were measured with questionnaires and exercise with 7-day physical activity diaries at baseline and at 3 months. At baseline, no gender differences were found in self-efficacy and planning, but men reported receiving more social support than women. At 3 months, women reported having formed more action plans for changing their exercise routines than men. Among women, increase in selfefficacy and planning predicted increase in exercise. Among men, changes in planning played a less significant role. The more salient role of planning for women than for men, and the fact that women receive less social support, may reflect life circumstances allowing less spontaneous lifestyle decisions and a lower acceptance of lifestyle changes by their social environment.

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gender differences, physical activity, self-efficacy, behaviour change, social support
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ISO 690HANKONEN, Nelli, Pilvikki ABSETZ, Paolo GHISLETTA, Britta RENNER, Antti UUTELA, 2010. Gender differences in social cognitive determinants of exercise adoption. In: Psychology and Health. 2010, 25(1), pp. 55-69. Available under: doi: 10.1080/08870440902736972
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