Synergistic Effects of Planning and Self-Efficacy on Physical Activity

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KORING, Milena, Jana RICHERT, Sonia LIPPKE, Linda PARSCHAU, Tabea REUTER, Ralf SCHWARZER, 2012. Synergistic Effects of Planning and Self-Efficacy on Physical Activity. In: Health Education & Behavior. Sage. 39(2), pp. 152-158. ISSN 1090-1981. eISSN 1552-6127. Available under: doi: 10.1177/1090198111417621

@article{Koring2012-04Syner-49364, title={Synergistic Effects of Planning and Self-Efficacy on Physical Activity}, url={https://www.jstor.org/stable/45056781}, year={2012}, doi={10.1177/1090198111417621}, number={2}, volume={39}, issn={1090-1981}, journal={Health Education & Behavior}, pages={152--158}, author={Koring, Milena and Richert, Jana and Lippke, Sonia and Parschau, Linda and Reuter, Tabea and Schwarzer, Ralf} }

eng 2012-04 Schwarzer, Ralf Lippke, Sonia Lippke, Sonia Reuter, Tabea Schwarzer, Ralf Parschau, Linda Synergistic Effects of Planning and Self-Efficacy on Physical Activity 2020-04-30T12:12:15Z Parschau, Linda Richert, Jana Koring, Milena Richert, Jana Many individuals are motivated to improve their physical activity levels but often fail to act on their good intention. This study examines the roles of planning and self-efficacy in the prediction of physical activity. A total of 290 participants (77% women, mean age = 41.9 years) were surveyed three times. Intentions, planning, and physical activity were specified as a mediator chain. Results reveal that intentions were partly translated into physical activity by planning. Self-efficacy moderated this mediation, reflected by a planning × self-efficacy interaction (p < .05) on physical activity accounting for 16% of the variance in behavior. If a person is self-efficacious, planning seems more likely to be translated into physical activity. Koring, Milena 2020-04-30T12:12:15Z Reuter, Tabea

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