Lecture 5

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Published on 12 Apr 2013
School
Western University
Department
Kinesiology
Course
Kinesiology 2276F/G
September 19, 2012
Lecture 5- Theory of Reasoned Action & Theory of Planned Behaviour
Objectives
Define attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioural controls, intentions
Draw out TRA & TPB
Explain TRA & TPB
Identify methods of applying TRA & TPB
Report the findings and discussion points of Dean et al., (2007) study
Identify the usefulness and limitations of TPB
Theory of Reasoned Action
Fishbein & Ajzen (1975)
Originally designed to predict
Social Cognitive Approach
Intention
Attitude
o A person’s positive or negative thoughts concerning the performance of the
behaviour
Subjective Norm
o The degree to which a person feels social pressure to perform the behaviour
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Lecture 5- theory of reasoned action & theory of planned behaviour. Define attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioural controls, intentions. Report the findings and discussion points of dean et al. , (2007) study. Attitude: a person"s positive or negative thoughts concerning the performance of the behaviour. Subjective norm: the degree to which a person feels social pressure to perform the behaviour. Attitude and subjective norm (intention) plus pbc are all influential predictors of behaviour. Intervention techniques should be aimed at enhancing personal control (pbc) Intervention techniques that focus on perceived social pressure. Testing the efficacy of the theory of planned behaviour to explain strength training in older adults. Dean, farrell, kelley, taylor, & rhodes, 2007- journal of aging and physical activity. The influence of each of the antecedents will change by ___________ & ____________ Research with older adults has focussed on ______________ Better understanding of factors that influence participation in __________________

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