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TABLES AND FIGURES

TABLES

    • 2.1

      Tests of the Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills Model with Respect to Sexual Risk Behavior: Summary of Reported Associations Among IMB Components

    • 2.2

      Effective Sexual Risk-Reduction Interventions Using the Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills (IMB Model)

    • 3.1

      Theory and Social Influences

    • 3.2

      Social Influence Processes

    • 4.1

      Empirical Evidence Supporting Self-Esteem Enhancement Theory (SET)

    • 4.2

      Application of SET to GirlPOWER! and Positive Action

    • 6.1

      Intervention Trials of Self-Determination Theory in Health Care

    • 8.1

      Standardized Regression Weights and Variance Accounted for in Each of Six Cancer-Related Behaviors by Attitudes (ATT), Perceived Control (PBC), and Normative Pressure (NP)

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33 68 81

111 120 165

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8.2

Differences in Behavioral Beliefs Between Intenders (n 155) and Non-Intenders (n 371)

9.1 9.2

Definition of Constructs, Community Coalition Action Theory

Constructs and Related Propositions, Community Coalition Action Theory

10.1 10.2 11.1 11.2 12.1 12.2 12.3 14.1 14.2

Contrasting Theoretical Perspectives on Community Capacity Dimensions of Community Capacity and Cognate Constructs Typology of Informal Helper Interventions Community Competence Dimensions Steps and Key Tasks in Community-Based Prevention Marketing Overview of Four Community-Based Prevention Marketing Projects History of Scorecard Program Awareness and Participation The Theory of Gender and Power: Exposures and Risk Factors Variables Assessed as Part of the SHAWL Study

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