Developmental Aspects of Health Compliance Behavior

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Subject Index

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Action State model, 258, 261, see Health promotion
Addictive disorders, 18, 19, see Substance abuse
Adherence, 92, 93,94, 158
adolescents and, 114-120, 127, 177- 179
aappraising outcomes, 103
as multidimensional, 96
assessment of, 179
chronically ill children, 283
clinical outcome, 288
compliance/noncompliance, 93
counselors and, 291, 292
failures in, 97, 99
fear-arousal techniques, 137, 138
group cohesiveness and, 282
interaction system, 102
interpreting stimuli, 102
intervention and, 137-139, 282, 283
long-term, 97, 111
measurement, 180, 181
models of, 290, 291, see Compliance
motivation for, 109-111
multidimensional nature of, 130
multilevel, 285, 286
operant behavior models, parents as factors in, 135
physician ratings of, 166, 167
promoting preference behavior, 108
school-based programs, 137
self-regulation framework, 101-104, 107, 108
self-report, 167
situational hypotheses, 93
target goals, 103
see also Compliance; Coronary Primary Prevention Trial
Adherence models
behavior cues, 93
cognitive decision models, 94, 95
communication and, 94
social learning and, 94
Adherence research, acute vs. chronic illness, 96
Adolescence,
adherence, 114-120, 127, 177-179, 180, 296
barriers to the study of, 139-141
compliance behavior and, 8, 53, 55, 56
decreasing compliance in, 68
health promotion and, 44, 56, 125- 145, 273, 274
nutrition, 56
pregnancy, 43, 131, 132, 133
risk behavior, 100
sexual behavior and, 56
see also Childhood chronic illness; Obesity,
Age
compliance and, 44, 336
health behavior and, 129
intervention and, 350

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