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An Implementation Intentions Intervention, the Use of a Planning Strategy, and Physical Activity After Myocardial Infrarction
Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Social Science & Medicine (www.elsevier.com/locate/sosscimed) vol. 62 no. 4 (Feb. 2006)
implementation intention physical activity
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The paper investigates the relations between involvement in an implementation intention intervention programme, frequency of the use of a self regulatory physical activity planning strategy, and moderate physical actiity among patients who had suggested myocardial infarction (MI). It examines whether effects of the implementation intention intervention on behaviour change was mediated by change in the use of planning strategy. A total of 114 patients from central and northern polan took part in the study after their first uncomplicated MI. Data were collected individually at approximately 1 week after MI (time 1)< 2 weeks after short term rehabilitation (about 8 weeks after MI : Time 2), and 8 months afetr MI (time 3). After data colelction at time 2, patients were randomly assigned to the control group or the intervention group. Patients who participated in the more frequent use of a planning strategy at 8 months after MI. Change in the frequency of the use of a planning strategy completely mediated effects of the intervention on change in physical activity. Only patients who participated in the implementation interntion intervention and increased their use of a planning strategy adhered to the recommended three or more sessions of moderate physical activity per week.
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