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Claudia Meyer, Sophie Hill, Keith D. Hill and Briony Dow

strategy for discussions, yet again, there is no related literature in the area of falls prevention. The Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change (TTM) has potential in the discussion, and adoption of, falls prevention strategies, adapting strategies to the relevant stage of change (precontemplation

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Katrina L. Piercy, Frances Bevington, Alison Vaux-Bjerke, Sandra Williams Hilfiker, Sean Arayasirikul and Elizabeth Y. Barnett

activity guidelines.” Therefore, when planning for the second edition of the guidelines, the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion developed a corresponding communication campaign, Move Your Way. 10 This campaign is grounded in the transtheoretical model (also known as stages of change) 11

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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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Kim Gammage, Rachel Arnold, Lori Dithurbide, Alison Ede, Karl Erickson, Blair Evans, Larkin Lamarche, Sean Locke, Eric Martin and Kathleen Wilson

comparing a telephone counseling physical activity intervention with contact control. The 12-week intervention phase was grounded in the transtheoretical model and social cognitive theory to promote self-efficacy and to exercise self-regulation (e.g., goal setting, scheduling, overcoming barriers) based on

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Kara C. Hamilton, Mark T. Richardson, Shanda McGraw, Teirdre Owens and John C. Higginbotham

increase PA activity through external rewards or coercion, an alternate approach is to design interventions that focus on improving psychosocial constructs, which have been shown to be mediators in increasing PA. 15 Formulated from the Transtheoretical Model and Social Cognitive Theory, psychosocial

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James R. Vallerand, Ryan E. Rhodes, Gordan J. Walker and Kerry S. Courneya

-based intervention targets. For example, interventions framed around the transtheoretical model showed that survivors progressed in their motivational readiness (ie, stages of change) as a result of the telephone counseling program. 12 – 15 Still, this level of information provides little indication of the social

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Colin B. Shore, Gill Hubbard, Trish Gorely, Robert Polson, Angus Hunter and Stuart D. Galloway

13 , 18 showed that the transtheoretical model of behavior change was the most frequently utilized underlying theory of intervention design, whereas social cognitive theory, theory of planned behavior, and health belief model were used less. One low-quality review 19 that did not directly report on

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Valerie Senkowski, Clara Gannon and Paul Branscum

recent meta-analysis of health behavior interventions, those based on the TPB (and its predecessor, the theory of reasoned action) had generally larger effects than interventions based on the transtheoretical model ( n  = 12; d  = 0.2) or SCT (social cognitive theory; n  = 12; d  = 0.15) ( Webb

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Samuel D. Muir, Sandun S.M. Silva, Mulu A. Woldegiorgis, Hayley Rider, Denny Meyer and Madawa W. Jayawardana

-related quality of life Harding et al 38 Greater mental health-related quality of life Harding et al 38 Attitudinal variables  Motivation (general) Greater internal motivation McCarty and Scheuer 40  Busy work schedule Less busy McCarty and Scheuer 40  Transtheoretical model More advanced stage of change Ablah et

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Lauren McMichan, Ann-Marie Gibson and David A. Rowe

analyzed together, this effect was nonsignificant and only a small effect ( d  = 0.3). This stage of change is similar to the stage of “precontemplation” in the more commonly known Transtheoretical Model. 43 The authors used their own Stages of Change classifications (preintenders, intenders, and actors