ABC of Behaviour Change Theories

An Essential Resource for Researchers, Policy Makers and Practitioners

Written by Susan Michie, Robert West, Rona Campbell, Jamie Brown & Heather Gainforth

  • ISBN: 978-1-912141-01-2
Contents

Chapter 1 Behaviour Change Theories and their Uses

  • Public health and behaviour change
  • Behaviour change and behavioural science
  • What is theory?
  • Complexity, public health and why theory is useful
  • Use of theory for intervention design
  • Previous attempts to characterise theories of behaviour change
  • The need for a compendium of behaviour change theories
  • How to use this book

Chapter 2 Identifying and characterising behaviour change theories

  • Identification of Theories
  • Theory Sources
  • Theory Descriptions
  • Interconnectedness of Theories
    • Identification of contributing theories
    • Inclusion criteria
    • Inter-coder agreement
    • Network analysis

Chapter 3 General observations about behaviour change theories

  • Theories identified
  • Frequency of use
  • Interconnectedness of Theory

Chapter 4 Descriptions of Behaviour Change Theories

  • 1. Action Theory Model of Consumption (Bagozzi)
  • 2. Affective Events Theory (Weiss & Cropanzano)
  • 3. Aids Risk Reduction Model (Catania et al.)
  • 4. Behavioural-Ecological Model of Adolescent Aids Prevention (Hovell et al.)
  • 5. CEOS Theory (Borland)
  • 6. Change Theory (Lewin)
  • 7. Classical Conditioning (Pavlov)
  • 8. COM-B System (Michie et al.)
  • 9. Consumption as Social Practices (Spaargaren & Van Vliet)
  • 10. Containment Theory (Reckless)
  • 11. Control Theory (Carver & Scheier)
  • 12. Differential Association Theory (Sutherland)
  • 13. Diffusion of Innovations (Rogers)
  • 14. Ecological Model for Preventing Type 2 Diabetes in Minority Youth (Burnet et al.)
  • 15. Extended Information Processing Model (Flay et al.)
  • 16. Extended Parallel Processing Model (Witte)
  • 17. Feedback Intervention Theory (Kluger & DeNisi)
  • 18. Focus Theory of Normative Conduct (Cialdini et al.)
  • 19. General Theory of Crime (Gottfredson & Hirschi)
  • 20. General Theory of Deviant Behaviour (Kaplan)
  • 21. Goal Directed Theory (Bagozzi)
  • 22. Goal-Framing Theory (Lindenberg & Steg)
  • 23. Goal Setting Theory (Locke & Latham)
  • 24. Health Action Process Approach (Schwarzer)
  • 25. Health Behaviour Goal Model (Maes & Gebhardt)
  • 26. Health Behaviour Internalisation Model (Bellg)
  • 27. Health Belief Model (Rosenstock)
  • 28. Health Promotion Model (Pender et al.)
  • 29. I-Change Model (De Vries et al.)
  • 30. Information-Motivation-Behavioural Skills Model (Fisher & Fisher)
  • 31. Information-Motivation-Behavioural Skills Model of Adherence (Fisher et al.)
  • 32. Integrated Theoretical Model for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention (Gonzalez)
  • 33. Integrated Theory of Drinking Behaviour (Wagenaar & Perry)
  • 34. Integrated Theory of Health Behaviour Change (Ryan)
  • 35. Integrative Model of Behavioural Prediction (Fishbein)
  • 36. Integrative Model of Factors Influencing Smoking Behaviours (Flay et al.)
  • 37. Integrative Model of Health Attitude and Behaviour Change (Flay)
  • 38. Integrative Model of Factors Influencing Smoking And Attitude And Health Behaviour Change (Flay et al.)
  • 39. Model of Pro-Environmental Behaviour (Kollmuss & Agyeman)
  • 40. Motivation-Opportunities-Abilities Model (Ölander & Thøgersen)
  • 41. Needs-Opportunities-Abilities Model (Gatersleben & Vlek)
  • 42. Norm Activation Theory (Schwartz)
  • 43. Operant Learning Theory (Skinner)
  • 44. Precaution Adoption Process Model (Weinstein & Sandman)
  • 45. Pressure System Model (Katz)
  • 46. PRIME Theory (West)
  • 47. Problem Behaviour Theory (Jessor)
  • 48. Prospect Theory (Kahneman & Tversky)
  • 49. Protection Motivation Theory (Rogers)
  • 50. Prototype Willingness Model (Gerrard et al.)
  • 51. Rational Addiction Model (Becker & Murphy)
  • 52. Reflective Impulsive Model (Strack & Deutsch)
  • 53. Regulatory Fit Theory (Higgins)
  • 54. Relapse Prevention Model (Marlatt & Gordon)
  • 55. Risk as Feelings Theory (Lowenstein et al.)
  • 56. Self-Determination Theory (Deci & Ryan)
  • 57. Self-Efficacy Theory (Bandura)
  • 58. Self-Regulation Theory (Kanfer & Gaelick)
  • 59. Six Staged Model of Communication Effects (Vaughan & Everett)
  • 60. Social Action Theory (Ewart)
  • 61. Social Action Theory (Weber)
  • 62. Social Change Theory (Thompson & Kinne)
  • 63. Social Cognitive Theory (Bandura)
  • 64. Social Consensus Model of Health Education (Romer & Hornik)
  • 65. Social Development Model (Hawkins & Weis)
  • 66. Social Ecological Model of Behaviour Change (Panter-Brick et al.)
  • 67. Social Ecological Model of Walking (Alfonzo)
  • 68. Social Identity Theory (Tajfel & Turner)
  • 69. Social Influence Model of Consumer Participation (Dholakia et al.)
  • 70. Social Learning Theory (Miller & Dollard)
  • 71. Social Norms Theory (Perkins & Berkowitz)
  • 72. Systems Model of Health Behaviour Change (Kersell & Milsum)
  • 73. Technology Acceptance Model 1, 2 & 3 (Davis; Venkatesh & Davis; Venkatesh & Bala)
  • 74. Temporal Self-Regulation Theory (Hall & Fong)
  • 75. Terror Management Theory (Greenberg et al.)
  • 76. Terror Management Health Model (Goldenberg & Arndt)
  • 77. Theory of Interpersonal Behaviour (Triandis)
  • 78. Theory of Normative Social Behaviour (Rimal & Real)
  • 79. Theory of Planned Behaviour (Ajzen)
  • 80. Theory of Triadic Influence (Flay & Petraitis)
  • 81. Transcontextual Model of Motivation (Hagger et al.)
  • 82. Transtheoretical Model of Behaviour Change (Prochaska & DiClemente)
  • 83. Value Belief Norm Theory (Stern et al.)

Chapter 5 Use of theory for intervention development: looking to the future

  • Current state of theories
    • Insights from the theories
    • Reporting of theories
    • Theory overlap
    • Focus on current behaviour rather than generating behaviour change
    • Theory modifications
    • Connectedness of theories
  • Limitations of the current review
  • The way forward
    • Updating the compendium using the website
    • Applying quality criteria
    • Developing a system for theory modifi cation and replacement
    • Guidelines on reporting of theories
    • From theory to intervention
    • Theory testing and application
  • Final observations

References

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