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Nicole M.S. Belanger and Julie Hicks Patrick

negative social influences on physical activity in older adults . J Gerontol . 1999 ; 54 ( 6 ): 356 – 367 . PubMed doi:10.1093/geronb/54B.6.S356 10.1093/geronb/54B.6.S356 19. King KA , Vidourek RA , English L , Merianos AL . Vigorous physical activity among college students: using the health

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Jill R. Reed, Paul Estabrooks, Bunny Pozehl, Kate Heelan and Christopher Wichman

exercising over the next week. Subjects are asked to indicate from 0 to 7 the number of exercise bouts that would be beneficial to their health. The tool has previously demonstrated internal consistency. 41 Health beliefs survey for self-regulatory skill use assesses the degree to which participants set

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Iris Buder, Cathleen Zick, Norman Waitzman, Sara Simonsen, Grant Sunada and Kathleen Digre

The “IMPART” model incorporates numerous health behavior change theories including the health belief model, 30 the theory of planned behavior, 31 attribution theory, 32 expectancy-valence, 33 self-efficacy, 34 the trans-theoretical model, 30 and the diffusion of innovation model. 35 This unique

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Amy Rauer and Lyndsey M. Hornbuckle

Although behavior change is conceptualized as an individual process, scholars have recently called for work that acknowledges the interdependent nature of couples’ health beliefs and practices ( Ayotte, Margrett, & Patrick, 2013 ; Drewelies, Chopik, Hoppmann, Smith, & Gerstof, 2018 ; Frank et al., 2012

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Rodney P. Joseph, Kathryn E. Royse and Tanya J. Benitez

theoretical background, whereas 3 studies 26 , 27 , 29 identified both Social Cognitive Theory and Transtheoretical Model. One study 28 referenced the stages of change model, which is considered a construct of Transtheoretical Model, and 1 study 25 referenced both Health Belief Model and Information

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Diana Castaneda-Gameros, Sabi Redwood and Janice L. Thompson

). Frailty in older adults: Evidence for a phenotype . Journals of Gerontology. Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 56 , 146 – 156 . 10.1093/gerona/56.3.M146 Greenhalgh , T. , Helman , C. , & Chowdhury , A.M. ( 1998 ). Health beliefs and folk models of diabetes in British

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Samantha M. Gray, Joan Wharf Higgins and Ryan E. Rhodes

Institute . ( 2016 ). Bulletin 7: Popular physical activities among Canadian adults . Ottawa, ON : Author . Canadian Society for Exercise Physiologists . ( 2012 ). The Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire for Everyone . Ottawa, ON : Author . Clemow , L. ( 2008 , January 1 ). Health belief

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Joseph J. Murphy, Ciaran MacDonncha, Marie H. Murphy, Niamh Murphy, Alan M. Nevill and Catherine B. Woods

, Steptoe A , Sallis JF , Wardle J . Leisure-time physical activity in university students from 23 countries: associations with health beliefs, risk awareness, and national economic development . Prev Med . 2004 ; 39 ( 1 ): 182 – 190 . doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2004.01.028 15208001 10.1016/j.ypmed.2004

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Steriani Elavsky, Lenka Knapova, Adam Klocek and David Smahel

-reported) Health Belief Model and the information-motivation-behavioral skills model 3 IG increased in PA for less than 30 min from pre (4%) to post (12%), but decreased PA from 30 min and more from pre (96%) to post (88%); p  = .03. CG did not change. 32. Mendelson et al. ( 2014 ) RCT 4.0 107 (54:53) IG: 62 ± 9

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Karl Spiteri, David Broom, Amira Hassan Bekhet, John Xerri de Caro, Bob Laventure and Kate Grafton

different theories were used in all of the studies. The BCT used in the studies is presented in Table  2 . Table 2 Behavior Change Theories Used in Studies Behavior change theory Number of studies References ANGELO framework One Belon, Nieuwendyk, Vallianatos, and Nykiforuk ( 2016 ) Health belief model Two