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How do we change behavior? (2)
*trying to intervene with the individuals behavior
Why does or does not changing behavior work? (5)
*education, social support
-lack of reinforcement
(intervention for youth) Socialization
process of learning from our environment
*picking up habits or behaviors based on our social environment
(intervention for youth) Teachable moment
a method to weave in the idea into everyday situations
3 ways of creating intervention for youth
(intervention for youth) What should the focus of intervention be on? (3)
-people at risk
-people not at risk
(attitude change and health behavior educational appeals) what 3 things has research shown that is necessary?
(attitude change and health behavior educational appeals) Communicator qualities
person has to be seen as an expert in order to attract attention
(attitude change and health behavior educational appeals) Visual qualities
Colorful, vivid messages stand out more
(attitude change and health behavior educational appeals) Message qualities
they have to make a strong, clear argument
(attitude change and health behavior educational appeals) what are the 3 types of ideas regarding types of messages?
-no extreme messages
-whats the behavior
-receptiveness to change behavior
(attitude change and health behavior educational appeals) No extreme messages
having extreme messages are found to be the least effective in changing behavior
(attitude change and health behavior educational appeals) What is the behavior?
"what is the ad trying to advocate?"
*clear concise idea
(attitude change and health behavior educational appeals) Receptiveness to change behavior
show both sides of POV
(HEALTH BELIEF MODEL)(Theory of planned behavior) What is the formula for this theory?
(HEALTH BELIEF MODEL)(Theory of planned behavior) Behavior caused by intention
There is always some motivational factor in our actions
(Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches) What is behavioral based upon?
(Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches) What are the 3 types of prevention techniques for behavioral?
(Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches) 3 types of treatment for behavioral approach?
(Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches)(treatment) What is contingency contracting ?
creating a plan then reward yourself depending on behavior
*everytime a child finishes hw before dinner, he is rewarded with play time
(Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches) what are the 5 cognitive principles?
-social skills/assertiveness training
What are the 5 steps of Transtheoretical model?
Transtheoretical model) Precontemplation
Someone doesnt think they have a problem with what they are doing
Transtheoretical model) Contemplation
Thinking about change but not on-board yet
*its sinking a little bit
Transtheoretical model) Preparation
"I know I need to change, so ill explore options to change"
Transtheoretical model) Action
*cold turkey or something similar
Transtheoretical model) Maintenance
Stay on the course to overcome the habit or addiction
Possible locations for intervention to happen?
-health practitioners office
-managed care facilities
Models of behavior change