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What is the concept of reciprocal determinism and in which behavior change theory is it incorporated?

Q. 2

The amount of weight a woman should gain during pregnancy depends on her pre-pregnancy BMI and the number of children she is carrying.
 a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 3

Compare and contrast intentions and subjective norms as defined within the theory of planned behavior.

Q. 4

The United States has the lowest infant mortality rate among industrialized countries.
 a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 5

Define motivational interviewing. How is it a useful practice in community nutrition?

Q. 6

One of the best indicators of a nation's health is the infant mortality rate.
 a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 7

A determination to act in a particular way is called a(n) ____.
 a. modified attitude
  b. subjective norm
  c. intention
  d. expectation

Q. 8

Self-efficacy, outcome expectancies, and self-regulation, which are three of the major constructs of the ____, were applied in the development, implementation, and evaluation of the EatFit intervention program for young teens.
 a. transtheoretical model
 b. health belief model
 c. social-cognitive theory
 d. theory of planned behavior
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Answer to #1

Reciprocal determinism is the dynamic interaction among the person, behavior, and the environment in which the behavior is performed. It implies that a change in one area has implications for the others. Reciprocal determinism is a key concept of social cognitive theory.

Answer to #2

TRUE

Answer to #3

Intentions are the instructions people give to themselves to behave in certain ways or the determination to act in a certain way. In forming intentions, people tend to consider the outcome of their behavior and the opinion of significant others before acting (perceived social pressure). The subjective norm is the perceived social pressure to perform or not perform the behavior.

Answer to #4

FALSE

Answer to #5

Motivational interviewing is a directive, client-centered counseling style for eliciting behavior change by helping clients to explore and resolve ambivalence to change. It is a useful practice in that it shifts the focus of the counseling from the counselor to the client. It actively facilitates the client's exploration and resolution of his/her uncertainty about change, builds his/her confidence, and enhances commitment to change.

Answer to #6

TRUE

Answer to #7

c

Answer to #8

c
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