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Author Sutton, Stephen
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Model Causal Structure ♦ Intention Behavior Relationship ♦ Intention Behavior Gap ♦ Continuum Version ♦ Additional Proximal Determinant ♦ Relation Intention Comportement Et ♦ Combler Le Fo Intention Comportement ♦ Chercheurs Qui Souhaitent Pr Dire ♦ Causal Structure ♦ Relation Intention Comportement ♦ Health Action Process Approach ♦ Main Aim ♦ La Pr Tention ♦ Cette Structure ♦ Son Futur Veloppement ♦ Health-related Behavior ♦ Processus Action ♦ Structure Causale ♦ Article Aborde Successivement ♦ Consid Ration ♦ Le Intervention ♦ Le Comportements ♦ La Sant ♦ Terminants Imm Diats ♦ Version Continuum
Abstract The health action process approach (HAPA) is attracting increasing interest from researchers who want to predict, explain, and change health-related behaviors. The main aim of this commentary is to examine the causal structure of the continuum version of the HAPA (HAPA-C), and, in particular, to consider the implications of this structure for the claim that the theory helps to bridge the intention–behavior gap. The article discusses, in turn, mediators of the intention–behavior relationship, additional proximal determinants of behavior, moderators of the intention–behavior relationship and implications for intervention. The commentary may contribute to a better understanding of the HAPA-C and to its further development. L’Approche des Processus d’Action en faveur de la Santé (HAPA) suscite de plus en plus d’intérêt de la part des chercheurs qui souhaitent prédire, expliquer et modifier les comportements relatifs à la santé. L’objet de ce commentaire est l’examen de la structure causale de la version continuum de l’HAPA (HAPA-C) et, en particulier, de prendre en considération les implications de cette structure dans la prétention de la théorie à combler le fossé intention– comportement. L’article aborde successivement les médiateurs de la relation intention–comportement, les déterminants immédiats additionnels de la conduite, les modérateurs de la relation intention–comportement et les retombées pour les interventions. Ce commentaire peut contribuer à une meilleure compréhension de l’HAPA-C et à son futur développement.
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article