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1/13/2011 1 What is health behavior? Go to page 33 of your packets What is theory ? A well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world. "theories can incorporate facts and laws and tested hypotheses " How can theory be applied to health behavior change ? Many government agencies (especially federal) will not award grants if an intervention is not theory-based. Social Ecological Model MODELS OF INTRAPERSONAL (INDIVIDUAL) HEALTH BEHAVIOR
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1/13/2011 2 HEALTH BELIEF MODEL (HBM) Number 1 Health Belief Model (HBM) Name of Construct Definition Susceptibility Beliefs about the chances of getting a condition. Severity Beliefs about the seriousness of a condition and its consequences Benefits Beliefs about the effectivenessof taking action to reduce risk or seriousness Barriers Beliefs about the material andpsychological costs of taking action Cues to Action Factors that activate “readiness to change” Self-Efficacy Confidencein one’s ability to take action STAGES OF CHANGE (TRANSTHEORETICAL) MODEL
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