Application of Social and Behavioral Theories in Public Health Interventions

5. Interventions to Change Health Behavior

Exercise 5

The goal of this exercise is to match each of the key constructs to the model with which it belongs. 

Instructions:
Drag and place each of the key constructs below with the model to which it belongs.

Models:
Social Cognitive Theory
Health Belief Model
Social Ecological Theory
Transtheoretical/Stages of Change Model

Key Constructs:
Cues to action
Organizational factors
Self-efficacy
Reinforcement
Individual level influences
Perceived benefits and barriers
Readiness to change
Self-control
Public policy
Community
Observational learning
Self-efficacy
Reciprocal determinism
Interpersonal influences
Perceived susceptibility

Answers:
Social Cognitive Theory
Self-efficacy
Reinforcement
Self-control
Observational learning
Reciprocal determinism

Health Belief Model
Cues to action
Perceived benefits and barriers
Self-efficacy
Perceived susceptibility

Social Ecological Theory
Organizational factors
Individual level influences
Public policy
Community
Interpersonal influences

Transtheoretical/Stages of Change Model
Readiness to change