M: From theory to intervention (hc1 (intervention implications (what are…
M: From theory to intervention
describe social, health and organization-based interventions & reflect upon them according to a systematic intervention approach, by using theoretical knowledge from the field of social, health, and organizational psychology
identify criteria for succesful social, health, and organization-based interventions and reflect upon them
develop a behavior change intervention based on systematic approach and report on it
complexity of behavior
determinants health behavior
about what healthy beahvior entails
about consequences of behavior
impact on environment
cues for behavior
some core theory concepts
intention: intention-behavior gap
deliberation vs. automaticity
who has this knowledge?
who makes these interventions?
interventions don't always target the actuals determinants...
effective cause behavior
zie model in je agenda, maak een modellenboek
succesful interventions lead to medium to large effects on intention, and small to medium effects on behavior
moderators: control, habitual, impulse, social context
if it's not intention..
environmental cues trigger..
goals (sometimes conflicting)
.. based on previously learned associations
Example: social norms
injunctive norms: (perceived) expectancy of what others think of your behavior, what you 'ought' to do
descriptive norms: what do others do?
descriptive norms are strong predictors of behavior
(anti-) social norms
broken window theory: does a visible 'breaking' of a rule/norm result in other norms shifting?
what are determinants of the behavior?
under which conditions does the behavior take place?
what process guides this behavior?
focus on attitudes and intentions?
focus on norms, context cues, associations, habits?
a guideline for the process of an intervention
a general approach that can encompass different intervention methods
problem, analysis, test, help