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Trans Theoretical Model

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Claire Kranz

on 3 April 2014

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Transcript of Trans Theoretical Model

Transtheoretical Model of Change
Kacie Black, Anna Johson, Claire Kranz, Caroline Leritz, Rebecca Rohde
No plans or intention to take action in next 6 months
Plans to take action in the next 6 months
Plan to take action in the next 30 days
Individual has initiated change
Practicing new skills and behaviors to sustain change.
Complete self-efficacy

Physical activity intervention designed to help sedentary young adults become active
Catherine Woods, Nanette Mutrie, Marian Scott
Consciousness Raising
learning new facts and ideas that support healthy behaviors
Dramatic Relief
Experiencing negative emotions that go along with unhealthy behaviors
Realizing behavior change is an important part of ones identity.
Environmental Reevaluation
Realizing the negative and positive impacts on one's proximal or social environment
Making a commitment to change
Helping Relationships
Seeking and using social support for the healthy behavior change
Substitution of healthier alternative behaviors for the unhealthy behavior
Reinforcement Managment
Increasing rewards for positive behavior and decreasing rewards for negative attitudes
Stimulus Control
Removing reminders to engage is unhealthy behavior and adding reminders for positive behavior
Social Liberation
Realizing that social norms are changing in the direction of supporting the health behavior change.
Decision Balance
Pros and Cons: Benefits and Costs of Changing.
Confidence and Temptation
Sedentary students in the precontemplation or contemplation at an urban Scottish University
--Pre/Post RCT design
--Assigned to Control or
Experimental group
--Reduced Social
Desirability Biases
--Baseline and
Followup Questions
--2943 First year
--519 Sedentary, 459
usable data
--Focus on cognitive
aspect of behavior change for precontemplators and contemplators
--Gave two "packages of
active living"
associated with participation PE but not in Extra Circulars.
--Intervention group was more
likely to be members of the gym
--Membership was significantly
associated with SOC
--80% of experimental vs.
68% of control reported change in SOC after the intervention.
--45% of the experiment
group became regularly active.
: The more advanced the individual is in the stages of change, the more frequently they will use the processes of change.
Self Liberation
--Used significantly more by
experimental groups than control.
--Other Processes of change did
not vary significantly between the groups
--Counter-conditioning and
reward processes had higher frequencies than consciousness raising and dramatic relief
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