Visualizing actions from a third-person perspective: effects on health behavior and the moderating role of behavior difficulty

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Rennie, L.J.; Harris, P.R.; Webb, T.L.;
  • Publisher: Wiley

Visualizing behavior from a third-person (vs. first-person) perspective can produce stronger\ud motivation to enact the behavior. However, the effects of perspective on health behaviors\ud have been mixed. Hypothesizing that the difficulty of the visualized behavior mig... View more
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