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Action plans and coping plans for physical exercise : A longitudinal intervention study in cardiac rehabilitation

Action plans and coping plans for physical exercise : A longitudinal intervention study in cardiac rehabilitation

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SNIEHOTTA, Falco F., Urte SCHOLZ, Ralf SCHWARZER, 2006. Action plans and coping plans for physical exercise : A longitudinal intervention study in cardiac rehabilitation. In: British Journal of Health Psychology. 11(1), pp. 23-37. ISSN 1359-107X. eISSN 2044-8309. Available under: doi: 10.1348/135910705X43804

@article{Sniehotta2006-02Actio-21068, title={Action plans and coping plans for physical exercise : A longitudinal intervention study in cardiac rehabilitation}, year={2006}, doi={10.1348/135910705X43804}, number={1}, volume={11}, issn={1359-107X}, journal={British Journal of Health Psychology}, pages={23--37}, author={Sniehotta, Falco F. and Scholz, Urte and Schwarzer, Ralf} }

eng deposit-license Objectives: The aim of the present study was to test two brief planning<br />interventions designed to encourage cardiac patients to engage in regular physical exercise following discharge from rehabilitation. The interventions comprised action plans on (a) when, where, and how to act, and (b) coping plans on how to deal with anticipated barriers.<br />Design and method: An experimental longitudinal trial was conducted to test two interventions that either focused on action planning alone, or on a combination of action planning and coping planning. A total of 21 I participants completed assessments at baseline and 2 months after discharge. Participants were randomly assigned to either one of the intervention groups or a standard-care control group.<br />Results: Participants in the combined planning group did significantly more physical exercise 2 months post-discharge than those in the other groups.<br />Conclusions. The theoretical distinction between action planning and coping<br />planning as introduced in the present study has proven useful in explaining changes in health-related behaviour. The combined planning intervention can be applied in the context of cardiac rehabilitation programmes. Schwarzer, Ralf Scholz, Urte Scholz, Urte Schwarzer, Ralf Sniehotta, Falco F. British Journal of Health Psychology ; 11 (2006), 1. - S. 23–37 Sniehotta, Falco F. 2012-12-19T11:57:41Z 2012-12-19T11:57:41Z Action plans and coping plans for physical exercise : A longitudinal intervention study in cardiac rehabilitation 2006-02

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