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Volitional factors in health behaviour regulation

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2009
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Schüz, Benjamin
Mallach, Natalie
Wiedemann, Amelie U.
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If-then planning has proven an effective intervention for health behaviour change. Planning interventions have stronger effects in individuals with strong intentions than in those without. This matched/mismatched effect should also affect retention. Research on tailoring interventions suggests that mismatched interventions have detrimental effects on participants' retention. In a RCT over three months, 194 individuals were randomised to planning and control conditions. Significant effects of the intention*intervention interaction on behaviour (η²=.11) and attrition (OR=2.63) were found. This indicates that planning is effective for behaviour change in individuals with strong intentions, but can contribute to de-motivate non-intending individuals into refusing to participate.
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International Journal of Psychology ; 43 (2009), 3 / 4. - pp. 31
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ISO 690SCHÜZ, Benjamin, Britta RENNER, Natalie MALLACH, Amelie U. WIEDEMANN, 2009. Volitional factors in health behaviour regulation. In: International Journal of Psychology. 43(3 / 4), pp. 31
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