1. Introduction. 2. Defining and Predicting Behavior. 3. Attitudes and Their Determinants. 4. Perceived Norms and their Determinants. 5. Perceived Behavioral Control and its Determinants. 6. Attitudes, Norms and Control as Predictors of Intentions and Behavior. 7. General Attitudes and the Prediction of Behavior. 8. Challenges to the Reasoned Action Approach. 9. Changing Behavior: Theoretical Considerations. 10. Changing Behavior: Sample Interventions. 11. Conclusion.
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