A theory based intervention: The theory of reasoned action in action

McCamish, Malcolm, Timmins, Peri, Terry, Deborah and Gallois, Cynthia (1993). A theory based intervention: The theory of reasoned action in action. In Deborah J. Terry, Cynthia Gallois and Malcolm McCamish (Ed.), The theory of reasoned action: Its application to AIDS-preventive behaviour (pp. 185-205) Oxford, U.K.: Pergamon Press.

Author McCamish, Malcolm
Timmins, Peri
Terry, Deborah
Gallois, Cynthia
Title of chapter A theory based intervention: The theory of reasoned action in action
Title of book The theory of reasoned action: Its application to AIDS-preventive behaviour
Place of Publication Oxford, U.K.
Publisher Pergamon Press
Publication Year 1993
Sub-type Critical review of research, literature review, critical commentary
Year available 1991
Series International Series in Experimental Social Psychology
ISBN 9780080419329
0080419321
ISSN 0364-0841
Editor Deborah J. Terry
Cynthia Gallois
Malcolm McCamish
Volume number 28
Chapter number 11
Start page 185
End page 205
Total pages 21
Total chapters 14
Language eng
Subjects 380100 Psychology
380107 Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology
Abstract/Summary (From the chapter) describe an intervention designed on the basis of the theories of reasoned action/planned behaviour / this intervention aims to encourage people to engage in HIV-preventive behaviour / it is designed not only to encourage behaviour change, but also to engender change in the key antecedents of behaviour identified by the TRA, namely, norms, attitudes, and intentions.
Keyword AIDS prevention
Health behaviour
Behaviour change
HIV
Reasoning
Theories
Q-Index Code B1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

Document type: Book Chapter
Collection: School of Psychology Publications
 
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