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Planning bridges the intention-behaviour gap : age makes a difference and strategy use explains why

Planning bridges the intention-behaviour gap : age makes a difference and strategy use explains why

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REUTER, Tabea, Jochen Philipp ZIEGELMANN, Amelie U. WIEDEMANN, Sonia LIPPKE, Benjamin SCHÜZ, Leona S. AIKEN, 2009. Planning bridges the intention-behaviour gap : age makes a difference and strategy use explains why. In: Psychology & Health. 25(7), pp. 873-887. Available under: doi: 10.1080/08870440902939857

@article{Reuter2009Plann-11210, title={Planning bridges the intention-behaviour gap : age makes a difference and strategy use explains why}, year={2009}, doi={10.1080/08870440902939857}, number={7}, volume={25}, journal={Psychology & Health}, pages={873--887}, author={Reuter, Tabea and Ziegelmann, Jochen Philipp and Wiedemann, Amelie U. and Lippke, Sonia and Schüz, Benjamin and Aiken, Leona S.} }

Ziegelmann, Jochen Philipp Aiken, Leona S. Reuter, Tabea Schüz, Benjamin First publ. in: Psychology & Health 25 (2010), 7, pp. 873-887 Aiken, Leona S. Schüz, Benjamin eng deposit-license Wiedemann, Amelie U. Planning bridges the intention-behaviour gap : age makes a difference and strategy use explains why Lippke, Sonia 2009 2011-03-25T09:26:23Z 2011-08-31T22:25:04Z Reuter, Tabea Objective: This study examines age-differential association patterns between intentions, planning and physical activity in young and middle-aged individuals. The effectiveness of planning to bridge the intention-behaviour gap is assumed to increase with advancing age. We explore the use of behaviour change strategies that include selection, optimisation and compensation (SOC) as underlying mechanisms for age differences.<br />Methods: In N=265 employees of a national railway company (aged 19 64 years), intentions, planning, SOC strategy use and physical activity were assessed at baseline (Time 1) and again 1 month later (Time 2). Hypotheses were tested in two different path models.<br />Results: Age moderates the extent to which planning mediates the intention-behaviour relation due to an increasing strength of the planning behaviour link. As a possible psychological mechanism for these age differences, we<br />identified SOC strategy use as a mediator of the age by planning interaction effect on physical activity.<br />Conclusion: These findings suggest differential mechanisms in behaviour regulation in young and middle-aged individuals. application/pdf Lippke, Sonia Wiedemann, Amelie U. Ziegelmann, Jochen Philipp

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