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The Handbook of Program Development for Health Behavior Research and Practice guides the reader from program development theory through program activity analysis and selection, immediate impact studies, and intermediate and long-term outcome measurement. The handbook consists of five parts, providing a wealth of information about: - The history and rationale for engaging in health behavior program development, including a case study that shows how to apply the six-step program development model and ways of surmounting the hurdles to engaging in program development - The role of theory in program development, the use of assessment studies to fill in gaps in theory regarding what leads to health-related behavior, and many issues and resources relevant to pooling information about prior interventions - Perceived efficacy (i.e. concept evaluation) ...

Nonverbal Methods of Perceived Efficacy
Nonverbal methods of perceived efficacy
ElaheNezamiGerald C.DavisonBeth R.Hoffman

Nonverbal methods do not require an audible response; these include paper-and-pencil and object manipulation tasks. Nonverbal protocols are diverse and have been an indispensable part of assessment history, providing us with consequential knowledge in several areas. This type of measurement has been ...

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