An integrated behavior change model for physical activity
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We present the Integrated Behavior Change Model, a comprehensive multi-theory model outlining the psychological factors and processes that impact physical activity behavior. The model integrates hypotheses from social-cognitive, motivational, dual-phase, and dual-systems theories. We provide the theoretical basis for the model and demonstrate its utility in driving future research and developing effective interventions to promote physical activity.
This is a non-final version of an article published in final form in Hagger, Martin S. and Chatzisarantis, Nikos L.D. 2014. An integrated behavior change model for physical activity. Exercise and Sport Sciences Review. 42 (2): pp. 62-69.
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