Integrating Dyadic Processes into Models of Health Behavior

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Description: Project page for research on integrating dyadic processes into models of health behavior using the National Cancer Institute’s Family Life, Activity, Sun, Health, and Eating (FLASHE) survey.

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Studies: 1. Parent and Adolescent Influences on Each Other’s Health Behaviors: A Cross-Sectional Examination of a Dyadic Theory of Planned Behavior in a U.S. National Sample. 10.17605/OSF.IO/KSJ57 2. Parenting Styles Moderate How Parent and Adolescent Beliefs Predict Each Other’s Eating and Physical Activity: Dyadic Evidence in a Large, National Sample 10.17605/OSF.IO/2VDGF Code used for the...

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  • Interpersonal Effects of Parents and Adolescents on Each Other’s Health Behaviours: A Dyadic Extension to the Theory of Planned Behaviour

    Objective: Interpersonal relationships are important predictors of health outcomes, and interpersonal influences on behaviours may be key mechanisms u...

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  • Parenting Styles Moderate How Parent and Adolescent Beliefs Shape Each Other’s Eating and Physical Activity: Dyadic Evidence from a Cross-Sectional, U.S. National Survey

    Psychological theories of health behavior focus on intrapersonal influences on behavior. Greater attention to interpersonal effects and the relational...

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