Mod2_hbm - Module2 HealthBehaviorTheory: HealthBeliefModel

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Module 2 Health Behavior Theory: Health Belief Model J. Don Chaney, Ph.D., CHES Assistant Dean for Distance Education and Outreach Assistant Professor of Health Education and Behavior
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Predictive model used to predict what a  person is going to do Perceptions guide behavior  Perceptions are usually inaccurate Health Belief Model
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Individuals are more likely to take preventive  actions to asymptomatic conditions  if: 1. They  perceive  that they are personally      susceptible  to the disease or condition. Health Belief Model
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Individuals are more likely to take preventive  actions to asymptomatic conditions  if: 1.  They  perceive  that occurrence of the     disease/condition would  severely  affect     at least some component of their life. Health Belief Model
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Individuals are more likely to take preventive actions to asymptomatic conditions  if: 1. They  perceive
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Mod2_hbm - Module2 HealthBehaviorTheory: HealthBeliefModel

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