Health Behavior Change in Older Adults: Testing the Health Action Process Approach at the Inter- and Intraindividual Level

TitreHealth Behavior Change in Older Adults: Testing the Health Action Process Approach at the Inter- and Intraindividual Level
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuteursBierbauer, W, Inauen, J, Schaefer, S, Kleemeyer, MMargarethe, Lüscher, J, König, C, Tobias, R, Kliegel, M, Ihle, A, Zimmerli, L, Holzer, BM, Siebenhuener, K, Battegay, E, Schmied, C, Scholz, U
JournalApplied Psychology: Health and Well-Being
Volume9
Ticket3
Nombre3
Pagination324–348
Date Published11/2017
ISSN1758-0854
Mots-clésaging, health behavior change, intensive longitudinal methods, medication adherence, physical activity, within-person
Résumé

{Background Health behavior change theories usually claim to be universally and individually applicable. Most research has tested behavior change theories at the interindividual level and within young-to-middle-aged populations. However, associations at the interindividual level can differ substantially from associations at the intraindividual level. This study examines the applicability of the Health Action Process Approach (HAPA) at the inter- and the intraindividual level among older adults. Methods Two intensive longitudinal studies examined the HAPA model covering two different health behaviors and two different time spans: Study 1 (physical activity

URLhttps://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/aphw.12094
DOI10.1111/aphw.12094
Short TitleHealth Behavior Change in Older Adults