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Self-Efficacy and Planning Predict Dietary Behaviors in Costa Rican and South Korean Women: Two Moderated Mediation Analyses

Self-Efficacy and Planning Predict Dietary Behaviors in Costa Rican and South Korean Women: Two Moderated Mediation Analyses

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GUTIÉRREZ-DOÑA, Benicio, Sonia LIPPKE, Britta RENNER, Sunkyo KWON, Ralf SCHWARZER, 2009. Self-Efficacy and Planning Predict Dietary Behaviors in Costa Rican and South Korean Women: Two Moderated Mediation Analyses. In: Applied psychology: health and well-being. 1(1), pp. 91-104. Available under: doi: 10.1111/j.1758-0854.2009.01004.x

@article{GutierrezDona2009SelfE-10243, title={Self-Efficacy and Planning Predict Dietary Behaviors in Costa Rican and South Korean Women: Two Moderated Mediation Analyses}, year={2009}, doi={10.1111/j.1758-0854.2009.01004.x}, number={1}, volume={1}, journal={Applied psychology: health and well-being}, pages={91--104}, author={Gutiérrez-Doña, Benicio and Lippke, Sonia and Renner, Britta and Kwon, Sunkyo and Schwarzer, Ralf} }

Schwarzer, Ralf 2011-03-25T09:15:23Z Gutiérrez-Doña, Benicio Renner, Britta Renner, Britta Self-Efficacy and Planning Predict Dietary Behaviors in Costa Rican and South Korean Women: Two Moderated Mediation Analyses deposit-license Schwarzer, Ralf Lippke, Sonia 2011-03-25T09:15:23Z eng Dietary planning is supposed to mediate between intentions and dietary behaviors. However, if a person lacks self-efficacy, this mediation might fail. A cross-sectional study in Costa Rica and a longitudinal study in South Korea were designed to examine the moderating role of self-efficacy in the intention planning behavior relationship. Intentions, planning, self-efficacy, dietary behaviors, and baseline diet were assessed. Study 1 included 245 women; Study 2 included 358 women. Moderated mediation models were specified in which planning served as a mediator between intentions and behavior. Self-efficacy was specified as a moderator of the intention planning behavior relationship. Intentions were translated into dietary behavior by planning. However, levels of self-efficacy moderated this mediation process: The strength of the mediated effect increased along with levels of self-efficacy, even when accounting for baseline dietary behaviors. For planning to mediate the intention behavior relation, people must harbor sufficient levels of selfefficacy. If they lack self-efficacy, either intentions are not well translated into planning, or planning is not well translated into behavior. Further research needs to clarify under which circumstances the moderator effect of self-efficacy<br />operates in the first phase or the second phase of the mediation process. Gutiérrez-Doña, Benicio Kwon, Sunkyo First publ. in: Applied psychology: health and well-being 1 (2009), 1, pp. 91-104 Kwon, Sunkyo 2009 Lippke, Sonia application/pdf

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