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Predicting behavioral intentions and physical exercise : A test of the health action process approach at the intrapersonal level

Predicting behavioral intentions and physical exercise : A test of the health action process approach at the intrapersonal level

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SCHOLZ, Urte, Roger KELLER, Sonja PERREN, 2009. Predicting behavioral intentions and physical exercise : A test of the health action process approach at the intrapersonal level. In: Health Psychology. 28(6), pp. 702-708. ISSN 0278-6133. eISSN 1930-7810. Available under: doi: 10.1037/a0016088

@article{Scholz2009-11Predi-21039, title={Predicting behavioral intentions and physical exercise : A test of the health action process approach at the intrapersonal level}, year={2009}, doi={10.1037/a0016088}, number={6}, volume={28}, issn={0278-6133}, journal={Health Psychology}, pages={702--708}, author={Scholz, Urte and Keller, Roger and Perren, Sonja} }

Scholz, Urte Scholz, Urte Keller, Roger Objective: Theories of health behavior are usually tested on the between-person level. Associations between variables on the between- and the within-person level, however, can differ substantially. Thus, in order to better understand intra personal processes in the domain of health behavior, studies applying within-person analyses are needed. This study tested the Health Action Process Approach (HAPA) on the within- and between-person level in the context of physical exercise. Design: Participants were 265 first-year students who completed nine online questionnaires every second week. Data were analyzed by focusing on intrapersonal associations applying multilevel modeling. Maill Outcome Measures: Intentions<br />for physical exercise and self-reported physical exercise served as main outcome measures.<br />Results: Analyses mainly confirm associations specified by the HAPA at the intrapersonal level: outcome expectancies and self-efficacy, but not risk awareness, were positively associated with intentions for physical exercise. Physical exercise in turn was positively associated with intentions, self-efficacy, action control, but not with action planning. Conclusion: The HAPA could be confirmed on the within-person<br />level. Future studies should focus on testing other theories of health behavior at the within-person level. Perren, Sonja Perren, Sonja 2009-11 Keller, Roger eng 2012-12-12T20:32:24Z Health Psychology ; 28 (2009), 6. - S. 702-708 2012-12-12T20:32:24Z Predicting behavioral intentions and physical exercise : A test of the health action process approach at the intrapersonal level deposit-license

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