Physical activity profiling during pregnancy: Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour by scrutinising the role of past behaviour.

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De Vivo, Marlize; Mills, Hayley;
(2019)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.31236/OSF.IO/X4TBW
  • Subject: bepress|Life Sciences|Kinesiology | bepress|Life Sciences|Kinesiology|Psychology of Movement | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science|Physical Activity | SportRxiv|Sport and Exercise Science|Psychology of Sport and Exercise

Objectives: To examine the predictive utility of the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) in explaining pregnant women’s physical activity intentions and behaviour and to scrutinise the role of past behaviour within this context. Method: A repeated measures design required... View more
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