Browse Items (14 total)
- Tags: self-efficacy
Multi-Site Study of Provider Self-Efficacy and Beliefs in Explaining Judgments About Need and Responsibility for Advance Care Planning.
Tags: adapt-abilities scale, adaptability, adolescent career development, August 2020 List, Barriers, British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, Cadaret MC, Career adaptability, Career construction counselling, career construction theory, continuity, Department of Family & Community Medicine, exploration behavior, Hartung PJ, identity, journalArticle, life-design, NEOMED College of Medicine, self-efficacy, supports, Validity, Vocational identity
Tags: 2019, AMA journal of ethics, Communities, Community Health Services, Health Facilities, Health Promotion, Hilt Austin J, Journal Article, Medical care, NEOMED College of Medicine Student, NEOMED Student Publications, November 2019 Update, self-efficacy, Serial Publications, Socioeconomic Factors
Tags: 2004, Balance, Baughman K R, Capers C F, decisional, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Endocrinology & Metabolism, Exercise, health behaviors, Jarjoura D G, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, Logue E E, longitudinal study, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nutrition & Dietetics, Obesity, Obesity Research, physical-activity, primary care, reducing dietary-fat, self-efficacy, Smucker W D, Sutton K S, transtheoretical model, Weight Loss, Women
Tags: 2005, Baughman K, Capers C, Chronic Disease, clinical-trials, cognitive-behavioral therapy, Department of Family & Community Medicine, dietary-fat intake, Endocrinology & Metabolism, exercise behavior, Intervention, Jarjoura D, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, Logue E E, motivational readiness, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nutrition & Dietetics, Obesity Research, physical-activity, program, randomized controlled trial, self-efficacy, services task-force, Smucker W, Sutton K, Treatment, Weight Loss, weight management
Tags: 2016, adaptability, Adolescence, adolescents, Career exploration, high-school-students, Hirschi A, identity, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, Journal of vocational behavior, Lee B, Motivation, multidimensional measure, Personal agency beliefs, Porfeli E J, Psychology, self-efficacy, social cognitive theory, trajectories, Transmission, Vocational, Work, Work valences
Tags: 2012, adherence, Basen-Engquist K, breast, Cancer Survivors, Exercise, Gil K M, Gynecologic oncology, Health beliefs, Hopkins M, Intervention, Jenison E, Lukowski J, maintenance, Obesity, Obstetrics & Gynecology, oncology, outcome expectations, physical-activity, quality-of-life, Risk, self-efficacy, Women
Biopsychosocial characteristics of overweight and obese primary care patients: do psychosocial and behavior factors mediate sociodemographic effects?
Tags: 2003, 7-day recall, Balance, Baughman K, Behavior, body-mass index, Capers C, decisional, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Energy Intake, Environmental & Occupational Health, Exercise, General & Internal Medicine, Health, Intervention, Jarjoura D, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, Logue E E, motivational readiness, NEOMED College of Medicine, Obesity, physical-activity, Preventive Medicine, primary care, Public, self-efficacy, Smucker W, Social Support, Sutton K, weight management, Women
Proximal and distal predictors of AIDS risk behaviors among inner-city African American and European American women
Tags: 2002, beliefs, Career, Department of Family & Community Medicine, INTEREST inventories, Journal Article, Journal of vocational behavior, NEOMED College of Medicine, occupational interests, Psychology, Savickas M L, Self-Directed Search, self-efficacy, self-efficacy scales, Spokane A R, Strong Interest Inventory, Taber B J, vocational interests
Tags: 2010, antecedents, Behavior, Career, college-students, confidence, decision-making process, diversive, employability, exploration, high-school-students, indecision, Journal Article, Journal of Career Assessment, perspective, planning, Porfeli E J, Psychology, self-efficacy, Skorikov V B, specific, validation, Vocational identity
Tags: 2016, Adolescence, aspirations, Cadime I, Career, career exploratory outcome expectations, Childhood career development, exploration, item response theory, Journal Article, Journal of Career Assessment, Oliveira I M, outcome expectations, participation, perspective, Porfeli E J, Psychology, self-efficacy, social-cognitive model, Students, Taveira M D
Behaviors and Characteristics of African American and European American Females That Impact Weight Management.
Tags: 2011, Aged, Baughman Kristin, Blacks, Body Mass Index, Body Weights and Measures, Capers Cynthia Flynn, Coefficient Alpha, Comparative Studies, confidence, Data Analysis Software, Demography, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Descriptive Statistics, Dietary Fats, Eating Behavior, Energy Intake, Exercise, Exploratory Research, Female, Fruit, Health Behavior – Ethnology, Health Status, Human, Income, Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Logue Everett, Middle Age, NEOMED College of Medicine, Obesity – Risk Factors, Physical Activity, Psychosocial, Questionnaires, Race Factors, Scales, Secondary Analysis, Self Report, self-efficacy, Socioeconomic Factors, Support, Vegetables, Weight Control, Whites, Women
Tags: *Self Efficacy, 2017, Adult, advance care planning, Advance Care Planning/*organization & administration, Attitude of Health Personnel, Attitudes, Baughman Kristin R, Chronic Disease, College of Medicine, Communication, Cross Sectional Studies, Cross-Sectional Studies, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Drost Jennifer, end-of-life care, Exploratory Research, family medicine, Family/*psychology, Female, Fischbein Rebecca, Health Knowledge, Hewit Mike, Human, Humans, Instrument Construction, Instrument Validation, Kropp Denise, Ludwick Ruth, Male, McCormick Kenelm, Meeker James, Middle Aged, NEOMED College of Medicine, Physician-Patient Relations, Physicians, Physicians – Psychosocial Factors, Practice, Reliability and Validity, scale development, Scales, self-efficacy, Self-Efficacy – Evaluation, Surveys and Questionnaires/*standards, Terminal Care/psychology, The American journal of hospice & palliative care, Validation Studies