Change Process Theories - Interpersonal Level

Change Process - Change Process Theories This group of theories is comprised of Interpersonal Level theories that assume individuals exist within

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Change Process Theories - Interpersonal Level This group of theories is comprised of theories that “assume individuals exist within, and are influenced by, a social environment. The opinions, thoughts, behavior, advice, and support of people surrounding an individual influence his or her feelings and behavior, and the individual has a reciprocal effect on those people” (Rimer & Glanz, 2005, p. 19) Examples Social learning, social power, interpersonal
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Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) - 1 Builds on the SR theory SCT describes learning as a reciprocal interaction among an individual’s environment, cognitive processes, and behavior (Parcel, 1983) People are thinkers; expectations of consequences Reinforcement Direct reinforcement Vicarious reinforcement (observational learning or social modeling) Self-reinforcement
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Often Used Constructs of the SCT Behavior capability Expectations Expectancies Locus of control Reciprocal determinism Self-control or self-regulation Emotional coping response Self-efficacy
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Difference Between Efficacy and Outcome Expectations
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Change Process - Change Process Theories This group of theories is comprised of Interpersonal Level theories that assume individuals exist within

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