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Tables and Figures

14.3

Applying the Theory of Gender and Power to Examine Gendered Exposures and Risk Factors for Different Subpopulations of African American Women

407

14.4

15.1 16.1

16.2 16.3

Application of the Theory of Gender and Power to Design HIV Intervention Content for Women

Selected Studies Supporting the BEM

A Matrix of Selected Theories of Social and Health Behavior: Streams of Influence and Levels of Causation

The TTI Mediation Literature

Literature Referring to the TTI by Behavioral Domain and Type of Study

408 436

454 469

478

16.4

16.5 17.1

17.2

Causes of Behavior, Reasons for Behavior Change, and Strategies for Contextual and Behavior Change

Postulates of the Theory of Triadic Influence

Addressing Equity in Health: A Hypothetical Example of Interactivity and Consistency among the Domains

A Review of IDM Results

481 491

516 523

FIGURES

1.1

1.2 2.1

2.2 2.3 2.4

2.5

2.6

Relationship Between Theory, Research, and Practice in Public Health

7 8

A Continuum of Theory

The Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills Model of HIV Prevention Health Behavior

28 30 45

Elicitation, Intervention, and Evaluation Options Intervention Flowchart

Empirical Test of the Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills Model of the Determinants of Breast Self-Examination Behavior

49

Empirical Test of the Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills Model of the Determinants of Complex Motorcycle Safety Gear Utilization

50

An Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills Model Analysis of Adherence to Antiretroviral Medication

52

2.7

3.1 3.2

Empirical Test of the Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills Model ARV Adherence (Restricted [Mediated] Model)

Social Influences Model Levels of Social Influence on Health Behavior

53 74 77

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