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Mod2_ttm - Module 2 Health Behavior Theory Transtheoretical...

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Module 2 Health Behavior Theory: Transtheoretical Model (Stages of Change 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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Developed by Prochaska & Velicer Also known as the “Stages of Change Model” Strengths Behavior change takes time Change is incremental Stage-matching of interventions Transtheoretical Model
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1. No single theory can account for all the complexities of behavior change 2. Behavior change is an ongoing process that unfolds over time and through a sequence of stages. 3. Stages of change may be stable or open to change. Basic Assumptions of the TTM
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4. Without planned interventions, populations remain stuck in the early stages. 5. Most at risk populations are not prepared for action. They must be prepared by stages. (Education & Income) 6. Intervention programs must be appropriately matched to each person’s stage of change (Stage Matching) Basic Assumptions of the TTM
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