publication . Article . Other literature type . 2007

Dynamics in Self‐Regulation: Plan Execution Self‐Efficacy and Mastery of Action Plans

Scholz, U.; Falko Sniehotta; Schuz, B.; et al.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2007
This study investigated whether an individual's plan execution self-efficacy precedes mastery of the respective action plan or vice versa. Study participants were 122 cardiac rehabilitation patients. Plan execution self-efficacy and mastery of a personal action plan on physical activity were assessed each week for 6 weeks after discharge from rehabilitation. Physical exercise was assessed 2 months after discharge. Multi­ level cross-lagged panel analyses resulted in a positive effect of mastery on subse­ quent self-efficacy, whereas self-efficacy did not predict subsequent mastery at the within-person level. At the between-person level, however, self-efficacy pr...
free text keywords: Institute of Psychology, 150 Psychology, ddc:150, Social Psychology, Physical exercise, Self-efficacy, Behavior change, Psychology, Rehabilitation, medicine.medical_treatment, medicine, Predictive power, Action plan, Psychological intervention
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