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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/10/10 Behavior Change & Pedometers Pages 10-21 in your text The Amish Study Pedometer Article 11/10/10 Learning Objectives A. Identify the primary step in beginning a behavior change. B. Explain the importance of one’s locus of control when it comes to making changes in one’s life. A. List and describe each stage of the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change and strategies to move from stage to stage. A. Explain how many steps per day is considered 11/10/10 Behavior Change-Getting Started  When you want to change a behavior that you do, the first step is to… › Identify a Target Behavior  Target Behavior-an isolated behavior that is the specific focus of any behavior change program.  If you don’t identify specifically what you want to change, then you can’t even begin to change.  Examples of Target Behaviors include: beginning to exercise, quitting smoking, starting to floss, wearing a seatbelt, reducing binge drinking, eating more fruits and veggies.  A Target Behavior can be whatever you want it to be, as long as it is something you want to change. 11/10/10 What Drives Behavior Change?  The confidence to believe you can change › Self-Efficacy-The belief in one’s ability to take action and perform a specific task....
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