Attitudes and health behavior in diverse populations : drunk driving, alcohol use, binge eating, marijuana use, and cigarette use.
942686 ST [electronic version only]
Stacy, A.W. Bentler, P.M. & Flay, B.R.
Health Psychology, Vol. 13 (1994), No. 1 (January), p. 73-85, 72 ref.
|Samenvatting||Five different health behaviors (cigarette use, alcohol use, binge eating, illicit drug use, and drunk driving) were studied prospetively in 5 different groups of subjects. Associations between attitudes toward these behaviors and the behaviors themselves were investigated over at least 2 waves of measurement. Findings revealed that attitudes predicted behavior nonsuriously in 2 instances: alcohol use and marijuana use. Attitudes did not predict drunk driving, binge eating, or smoking behaviors. Past behavior predicted attitude in the domains of binge eating and smoking, but not in the domains of alcohol use, drunk driving, or marijuana use. The results are discussed in terms of serveral alternative approaches that have implications for intervention that attempt to influence health behavior through attitude change.|
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