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  • Predicting intentions to practice COVID-19 preventative behaviors in the United States: A test of the risk perception attitude framework and the theory of normative social behavior #MMPMID34933582
  • Cheng Y; Liu RW; Foerster TA
  • J Health Psychol 2021[Dec]; ä (ä): 13591053211057382 PMID34933582show ga
  • This study examined risk perceptions, efficacy beliefs, social norms, and their interactions as predictors of people's intention to practice four COVID-19 preventative behaviors among a U.S. sample with quotas on age, sex, ethnicity, and region (N = 336). This online survey found that perceived injunctive norms predicted intentions to clean and disinfect (beta = 0.20), practice social distancing (beta = 0.14), and wear a face mask (beta = 0.24). Additionally, efficacy beliefs were found to attenuate the association between descriptive norm perceptions and intention to wash hands (B = -0.15) and wear a face mask(B = -0.12). The results revealed the importance of considering both psychological and social factors to promote COVID-19 preventative behaviors.
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    13591053211057382 ä.ä 2021