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Автор Clark, Noreen M.
Автор Zimmerman, Barry J.
Дата выпуска 1990
dc.description Researchers interested in health-related learning have recently begun to study processes people use to self-regulate their health and their ability to prevent or control chronic disease. This paper represents a social cognitive view of self-regulation that involves three classes of influence on self-regulating behavior: personal, behavioral, and environmental. This triadic model assumes that people self-regulate their health through the use of self-care strategies, setting reasonable health goals, and monitoring feedback concerning the effectiveness of strategies in meeting their goals. People's perceptions of self-efficacy are also assumed to play a major role in motivating them to self-regulate their health functioning. According to social cognitive theory, processes entailed in regulating one's health can be taught through social modeling, support, and feedback; gradually these external supports are withdrawn as one is able to self-regulate. This paper will analyze self-regulation processes related to controlling or preventing lung disease, specifically management of asthma and eliminating smoking. The educational implications of the triadic model of self-regulation for promoting health and related behavioral functioning will be discussed.
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Издатель Oxford University Press
Копирайт © Oxford University Press
Название A Social cognitive view of self-regulated learning about health
Тип research-article
Electronic ISSN 1465-3648
Print ISSN 0268-1153
Журнал Health Education Research
Том 5
Первая страница 371
Последняя страница 379
Аффилиация University of Michigan School of Public HealthAnn Arbor, MI 48109
Аффилиация Zimmerman Barry J.; The Graduate School of the City, University of New York
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