Effects of Self-Efficacy on Healthy Eating Depends on Normative Support: a Prospective Study of Long-Haul Truck Drivers

Effects of Self-Efficacy on Healthy Eating Depends on Normative Support: a Prospective Study of... Int.J. Behav. Med. (2018) 25:265–270 DOI 10.1007/s12529-017-9685-9 Effects of Self-Efficacy on Healthy Eating Depends on Normative Support: a Prospective Study of Long-Haul Truck Drivers 1,2 2,3 Kyra Hamilton & Martin S. Hagger Published online: 28 August 2017 International Society of Behavioral Medicine 2017 Abstract mediated by intention for FV and DC behavior. Specifically, Purpose Fruit and vegetable intake (FV) is insufficient in in- we confirmed a compensation effect in which self-efficacy dustrialized nations and there is excess of discretionary food was more likely to have an effect on FV and DC behavior choices (DC; foods high in fat, sugar, and salt). Long-haul through intentions in participants with low normative support. truck drivers are considered a particularly at-risk group given Conclusion Results indicate the importance of self-efficacy in the limited food choices and normatively reinforced eating predicting FV and DC intentions and behavior in the absence habits at truck rest-stops. Self-efficacy and normative support of a supportive normative environment. The compensatory are key determinants of eating behavior yet the processes un- effect of self-efficacy beliefs on behavior through intentions derlying their effects on behavior are not well understood. We when normative support is low should be confirmed using tested the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Behavioral Medicine Springer Journals

Effects of Self-Efficacy on Healthy Eating Depends on Normative Support: a Prospective Study of Long-Haul Truck Drivers

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2017 by International Society of Behavioral Medicine
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Medicine & Public Health; Medicine/Public Health, general; Health Psychology; General Practice / Family Medicine
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1070-5503
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1532-7558
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10.1007/s12529-017-9685-9
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Int.J. Behav. Med. (2018) 25:265–270 DOI 10.1007/s12529-017-9685-9 Effects of Self-Efficacy on Healthy Eating Depends on Normative Support: a Prospective Study of Long-Haul Truck Drivers 1,2 2,3 Kyra Hamilton & Martin S. Hagger Published online: 28 August 2017 International Society of Behavioral Medicine 2017 Abstract mediated by intention for FV and DC behavior. Specifically, Purpose Fruit and vegetable intake (FV) is insufficient in in- we confirmed a compensation effect in which self-efficacy dustrialized nations and there is excess of discretionary food was more likely to have an effect on FV and DC behavior choices (DC; foods high in fat, sugar, and salt). Long-haul through intentions in participants with low normative support. truck drivers are considered a particularly at-risk group given Conclusion Results indicate the importance of self-efficacy in the limited food choices and normatively reinforced eating predicting FV and DC intentions and behavior in the absence habits at truck rest-stops. Self-efficacy and normative support of a supportive normative environment. The compensatory are key determinants of eating behavior yet the processes un- effect of self-efficacy beliefs on behavior through intentions derlying their effects on behavior are not well understood. We when normative support is low should be confirmed using tested the

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International Journal of Behavioral MedicineSpringer Journals

Published: Aug 28, 2017

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