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Change Process
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Change What to you need to know to change? What to you need to believe to change? What aspects of your life besides you control the change?
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Change process Consciousness raising Dramatic relief Self-reevaluation Finding and learning new facts Experiencing negative emotions attached to unhealthy behavioral risks Realizing that the behavioral change is an important part of one’s identity as a person
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Change process Environmental reevaluation Self-liberation Helping relationships Counterconditioning Realizing the negative or positive impact of the healthy behavior on one’s social and physical environment Making a firm commitment to change Seeking and using social support Substituting healthier alternative behaviors
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Change process Contingency management Stimulus control Social liberation Increasing rewards for positive behavioral change and decreasing rewards of the unhealthy behavior Removing reminders or cues to engage in unhealthy behaviors— add cues for healthy Realizing that the social norms are changing in the direction of supporting healthy behavior
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Self-efficacy Confidence: confidence that one can engage in the healthy behavior across different challenging situations. Temptation: Temptation is engage in the unhealthy behavior across different challenging situations
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Decisional Balance Pros: the benefits of changing Cons: the costs of changing
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Change If you want people to change—must provide crystal-clear direction Eat healthy versus buy 1% milk Engage people’s emotion side Self-control is an exhaustible resource Emotions help to keep motivated
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course CHLH 304 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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