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The paradox between recognizing importance of exercise for weight control and not exercising.
By Resnicow, Kenneth Page, Scott E Public health research and practice have been guided by a cognitive, rational paradigm where inputs produce linear, predictable changes in outputs. However, the conceptual and statistical assumptions underlying this paradigm may be flawed.
By Godin, Gaston Belanger-Gravel, Ariane; Gagne, Camille; Blondeau, Danielle Context-The shortage of organs for transplantation has led public health authorities to invest significant efforts in the promotion of organ donation.
By Wiener, Josh Doescher, Tabitha This article identifies the constructs that influence an individual's intention to save for retirement and discusses how and when these factors can be changed by an agent trying to induce an individual to enroll in a retirement plan, increase his or her contribution to a plan, or purchase a particular retirement product.
By Reynolds, Diane Lifetime exposure to ultraviolet radiation is a major risk factor for all types of skin cancer. The purpose of this manuscript is to examine theory-guided empirical studies examining adolescent tanning practices.
By Sharma, Manoj; Kanekar, Amar In the mid to late 1960s Martin Fishbein (1965, 1967), a social psychologist at University of Illinois at Urbana, originated the idea of the relationship between beliefs and attitudes.