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運動継続化の螺旋モデル構築の試み

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概要 The purpose of this study was to compare the explanatory power of Fishbein and Ajzen’s (1975) Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA), Ajzen’s (1985) Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB), and Hashimoto’s (1998a;1...998b) Spiral Model for Exercise Adherence (SMEA). Two-hundred nine male and female students and 188 male and female adults participated in this study. Participants completed a questionnaire including TRA and TPB constructs (behavior, behavioral intention, attitude, subjective norm and perceived behavioral control), and SMEA constructs (pleasant experience, goal setting, knowledge of results, successful experience and physical resource). Results of hierarchichal regression analyses indicated that TPB variables accounted for a greater portion of the variance in behavioral intention (student: R2=.28.4%, adult: R2=31.6%) than did TRA variables (student: R2=10.1%, adult: R2=.8.2%). On the other hand, SMEA variables accounted for a greater portion of the variance in behavioral intention (student: R2=19.7%, adult: R2=.25.9%) than TRA variables, but accounted for less variance than TPB variables. The implications of the results for the development of the SMEA are discussed.続きを見る

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