TEDxTallaght, Nov 10, 2015
TEDxTallaght, Nov 10, 2015
Handbook of Behavioral Medicine
Methods and Applications
Editors: Steptoe, Andrew (Ed.)
It is almost tautological to say that habits are difficult to change.
Habit has_pillar frequency
Habit fosters minimal awareness
Information campaigns change attitudes
Informational campaigns do_not_change context cuing
habitual cue-response links are broken and the individual has to re-negotiate new solutions.
the habit discontinuity hypothesis
the measurement of a construct is intrinsically linked to the theory one has about the construct
the automaticity component of habit, i.e., the assumption that under time pressure schematic or script-based responses will be elicited.
habit may indeed be interpreted as repetitive and automatic behavior, but it is also used to refer to “bad” behaviors.
Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine
Editors: Gellman, Marc, Turner, J. Rick (Eds.)
© 2013. Springer-Verlag New York
Annals of Behavioral Medicine
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Lisa Bowleg, PhD
APA, >= 1995
The study of attitudes has had a long and preeminent history in the field of social psychology (Eagly, 1992; Eagly & Chaiken, 1993).
The topic of attitudes is intrinsically appealing to psychologists and non-psychologists alike; we all hold attitudes about many different abstract (e.g., ideologies such as democracy and liberalism) and concrete (e.g., people, places, and things) attitude objects.
Attitudes are “psychological tendencies that are expressed by evaluating a particular entity with some degree of favor or disfavor” (Eagly & Chaiken, 1993, p. 1).
Although research on attitudes is dispersed among many topics such as the measurement of attitudes, the structures of attitudes and beliefs, and theories of attitude formation and change, research on the relationship between attitudes and behavior has consistently been one of the most prominent and debatable topics in the field of social psychology (Eagly & Chaiken, 1993).
Intuitively, the association between a person’s attitudes and her or his behavior makes sense.
However, contemporary research on attitudes has empirically demonstrated that attitudes correlate most reliably with behaviors when an aggregate of attitudes is related to an aggregate of attitude-relevant behaviors; and when a single attitude is related to a single attitude-relevant behavior (Eagly & Chaiken, 1993).