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2. What did Cowpe find?

  • Strong fear improved dental health by 8%. Moderate fear improved dental health by 22%. Minimal fear improved dental health by 36%. The control group (eye lecture) improved dental health by 0%.
  • Awareness of chip pan fires increased from 62% to 96%. All reigons reported a 12% decrease in chip pan fires. Regions where the campaign overlapped had the smallest change.
  • The town with law change and education campaign increased - 11%-37%. The town with education campaign only increased - 8%-13%. The town with minimal education increased- 7%-11%.

3. Who researched the health belief model?

  • Becker
  • Rotter
  • Bandura

4. What did Bandura find?

  • People who felt they were in control of their behaviour were more likely to display behaviours which helped them cope with their health/adopt healthy behaviour.
  • Positive correlation between the post assessment and levels of interaction with snakes. Increased self efficacy increased levels of interaction with the snake.
  • Positive correlation between belief of susceptibility and seriousness of asthma and adhering to the regime. Costs included: distription of daily activities and their children complaning. Demographic variables relating: martial status & education.

5. What did Becker find?

  • Positive correlation between the post assessment and levels of interaction with snakes. Increased self efficacy increased levels of interaction with the snake.
  • Positive correlation between belief of susceptibility and seriousness of asthma and adhering to the regime. Costs included: distription of daily activities and their children complaning. Demographic variables relating: martial status & education.
  • People who felt they were in control of their behaviour were more likely to display behaviours which helped them cope with their health/adopt healthy behaviour.

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