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Understanding Hard to Maintain Behaviour Change: A Dual Process Approach by Ron Borland

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Index

abstinence violation effect

acceptance

achievability of change

action tendencies

action thresholds

activation patterns

addictions

vs other HTR
determinant of addiction

advertising

advocacy

affective reactions

agendas for change (see also Priority)

affective force

alcohol consumption

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

alternative behaviours

approach tendencies

arousal

associative networks

attention

conditioning of

attitudes

avoidance

-coping strategies

awareness

 

Bandura's behaviour model

Behavior, types (see also Habits)

behavioural routines

behavioural schemata

behavioural willingness

behaviour change, (NB: Mechanisms are indexed elsewhere)

advocating for
agenda for
appropriate knowledge for
attempts
availability of what is required
biological constraints on
combination of HTS and HTR
commitments to
conceptualisation of long-term benefits
conflicts
desirability of
determinants of initiation
determinants of maintenance/relapse
ease of achievement
goal of
implementation of
initiation vs maintenance
integrative strategies
internal and external perspectives on
key tasks of
maintaining
making an attempt to
motivation
non-contingent positive consequences
organisation of concepts about
perspectives on
potential interventions for

behaviour change, (NB: Mechanisms are indexed elsewhere) (continued)

scripts for
stage-based approach
supportive environments for
tasks involved in
value of biases

behaviour-specific decisions

behaviourist theory

beliefs

continuity of
maintaining appropriate

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