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SELF-EFFICACY: THE EXERCISE OF CONTROL

Albert Bandura

An outline composed by Gio Valiante
Emory University

CHAPTER 7 - HEALTH FUNCTIONING

Biochemical effects of perceived self-efficacy in coping with stressors (262)

Autonomic Activation (263)

Catecholamine Activation (265)

Opiate activation (266)

Opioid and Cognitive Mechanisms in Pain Control (267)

Pain Regulatory Efficacy in Placebo Analgesia (272)

Combining Medications with psychosocial Treatment (273)

Perceived Coping Self-efficacy and Immunocompetence (274)

PERCEIVED SELF-EFFICACY IN HEALTH-PROMOTING BEHAVIOR (279)

Initiation of Personal Change (279)

Conceptual Models of Health Behavior (282) (see chart)

Achievement of Personal Change (286)

Maintenance of Personal Change (287) - Habits

Relapse Prevention and Management (289)

Ecological Perspective on Efficacious Self-Regulation (p. 293).

Dynamics of Self-Regulation (p. 294)

Self-regulatory Model of Health Promotion and Risk Reduction (295)

Self Management and Chronic Disease (299)

Social Diffusion of Health Promoting Practices (302)

Health Promotion in Childhood (303)

Social Supports for Personal Change (p. 307)

Health Enhancement Through Health Policy Initiation and Environmental Change (310)

Scope of Prognostic Schemas (313)

Self-Validating Potential of Prognostic Judgements (317)


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