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Wellbeing Psychology http://pl.youtube.com/watch?v=ha9udUAK124 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90dizZ_Hq70 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k69_T- - YfOE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSVPHWShGZk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgWPu5DgEC0&NR=1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIN8MmMloZE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4GbJQAx_fI Designing Persuasive Interventions – section 2 PY 470 Hudiburg

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Behavioral Response Model

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How powerful are intercessions situated in mental speculations? Learning hypotheses Operant molding – the utilization of fortification of positive practices and shirking of negative practices (negative support). The utilization of self-prizes and safety belt sweepstakes: projects to persons at a college to wear safety belts worked better for personnel and staff and less well with understudies (Rudd & Geller, 1985). Displaying conduct and vicarious fortification can be utilized (Bandura, 1977). Numerous wellbeing advancement messages use big names in the messages to induce.

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PSAs utilizing famous people http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cQn9wCx5pY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N77iwiKIXcg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6I2EbiV3ro http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oDudz- - cbg http://www.eifoundation.org/national/nccra/public_ed/psa.html

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How viable are intercessions situated in mental speculations? Social psychological hypotheses Bandura’s social subjective hypothesis – self-viability – the degree one trusts he/she can take part in a conduct. Some project focus on expanding a person’s trust in taking part in constructive wellbeing conduct. McAuley, Talbot, and Martinenz (1999) utilized positive and negative criticism to enhance wellness execution. The positive criticism was more impact, less negative influence, and less exhaustion. Planning HIV-anticipation generally utilizes social subjective methodologies. In Figure 13.3, p. 543, Bryan et al. (1996) utilizing preparing to enhance self-viability in ladies for condom utilize and brought about expanded condom utilization.

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Are by and by important messages the best? One of the issues in wellbeing instruction messages is that “one size fits all” doesn’t function and also “personally relevant” messages. Customized message – addresses particular worries of wellbeing related conduct http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mb7V1p27shU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOO_x1HsTmo Targeted message – addresses a general advancement of wellbeing related conduct (e.g., advancing mammography in ladies). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y40DB9pyAD8

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Are by and by significant messages the best? Screening Much of the examination has utilized the transtheoretical model (phases of progress) in relationship to target messages. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugvNwerH8ew Skinner et al. (1994) sent institutionalized letters or focused on letters (to a particular danger of bosom malignancy) from doctors to African-American and low salary ladies. At a 3 month postliminary, a higher rate of both gatherings who got a focused on letter, demonstrated stage development (transtheoretical model). Focused on messages are more viable in expanding screening than standard messages (Kreuter & Skinner, 2000). By and by pertinent message are more powerful at persuading individuals to get tried for HIV.

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Are by and by important messages the best? Torment administration Patient-treatment coordinating – Table 13.3, p. 546 – what amount of data is required by a man? Numerous studies have demonstrated the significance of treatment coordinating for torment administration. Law et al. (1974) found that patients who get more data about dental system (film) experienced less agony than patients who watched an unbiased film. Individuals show lower levels of excitement and tension when given the kind of data they favor. Auerbah et al. (1976) – Box 13.6, p. 550 samples of general versus particular data about dental techniques Litt et al. (1999) look at sort of data for dental methodology to decrease tension. The individuals who experience pain encounter less tension when diverted. The individuals who had reasons for alarm to specific signs (e.g. drill) encounter less tension when densentization preparing was utilized.

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Are by and by significant messages the best? Wellbeing advancement Different individuals ought to discover distinctive sorts of wellbeing advancement data generally persuading. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmQhFtqoWJ0 Box 13.7, p. 552, Zelman et al. (1992) analyzed two sorts of smoking suspension medicines. They found that for low needing smokers, fast smoking was more impact. For high longing for smokers, nicotine gum was more viable. There were no distinctions of general effectives of the two strategies between the haphazardly relegated gatherings in the study. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wv8N7fxNuE

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Are by and by pertinent messages the best? Wellbeing advancement Females and guys have diverse worries about the utilization of condoms. There is a requirement for distinctive advancement messages. For females messages that stress sentimental and submitted connections are more viable. For guys, messages identified with lessened affectability and sexual joy in the utilization of condom are more compelling in expanding condom utilization. Advancement smoking suspension projects are more viable when by and by pertinent – Box 13.8, p. 553-554. Strecher et al. (1994) studies custom-made smoking end messages. With non specific letter, at four month postliminary, 7.4% quit, while for individual letter 20.8% quit. The impact was more sensational for light/humble smokers: bland letter 7.1% quit and individual letter 30.7% quit. Numerous different studies have demonstrated the impact of actually relavant data for an assortment of wellbeing related practices: liquor use, nourishment – F 13.4, p. 551, and condom utilization. Sanderson and Cantor (1995) found that the individuals who concentrated on closeness in relationship profited from correspondence, while those with reliance objectives profited from specialized aptitudes important for condom use http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RabkdWymZX8

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Lingering issues Do individuals know what they require? In some cases they do and in some cases they don’t recognize what they require. It is conceivable that a man does not know the mental elements or physical impacts of a wellbeing debilitating conduct. Could individual importance reverse discharge? There are cases where data can have negative impacts. Figure 13.6, p. 557, Gintner et al. (1987) demonstrated that having a parental history of hypertension impact a man to get screening more than no parental history. Danger worked best when there was no parental history.

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This is the End of this course, but… I trust you have delighted in this class. The best of wellbeing to every one of you. Ideally your objectives for a healthier life will be figured it out. http://www

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