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1. Which of these is NOT a factor that effects of persons self-efficacy

  • Persausory influences
  • Enactive Influences
  • Cues to Actions (Internal/External)
  • Emotive influences
  • Vicarious Influences
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2. Which of these statements are true in Dannenberg's study about Leglisation as a method of health promotion?

  • passing a law can lead to significant negative changes in people's health behaviours.
  • passing a law can lead to significant positive changes in people's health behaviours.
  • passing a law can lead to no significant changes in people's health behaviours.

3. Ellis (1962) when looking at Cognition as a technique for managing stress, uses an A-B-C-D-E paradigm. Which of these is NOT included

  • Consequences- behavioural consequences of irrational beliefs- therapy begins
  • Disputing- disputing irrational beliefs in therapy
  • Beliefs- irrational beliefs that develop in relation to A
  • Effect- Review the effect the therapy has had to cope well with the future
  • Concerning factors- Irrational beliefs overtake the patients life
  • Activating - an experience that activates the stress

4. main and background study for Locus of Control

  • Background-Rotter Main - Bandura
  • Background-Rotter Main - Wallston et al
  • Main-Wallston et al No Background
  • Background-Wallston et al Main -Rotter

5. Sample used in Holmes and Rahe (1967) which looks at self report as a measure of stress

  • 394 subjects (179 m,215 f) from a range of educational abilities, ethnic groups and religions.
  • Entire "Freshman" class at large school in Connecticut, mean age 15
  • 60 undergrads enrolled in a psychology course from New York University
  • 100 participants who had previously completed a health survey in 1965. They were from California mostly white, protestant , with adequate or above average income and at least a 9th grade education.


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