1. What is response efficacy?
- How effective is the info at stopping risk
- Own capability to stop risky behaviour
- Message acceptance
- Behaviour avoidance
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2. In Azjen's (1991) theory of planned behaviour, what are the 3 core inputs?
- Efficacy beliefs, control beliefs, Informative beliefs
- Behavioural beliefs, normative beliefs, efficacy beliefs
- Behavioural beliefs, normative beliefs, control beliefs
- Normative beliefs, efficacy beliefs, control beliefs
3. What are the four components of Protection Motivation theory?
- Self-efficacy, comprehension, attitudes, persuasion
- Attitudes, Subjective norms, perceived behavioural control, intentions
- Prob of occurence, outcome severity, efficacy of coping response, self-efficacy expectancy
- Beliefs, values, morals, motivation
4. What were the 2x2 variables in Rossiter & Percy (1980)?
- Explicit/implicit belief claims and source/message variables
- Explicit/implicit belief claims and target/medium variables
- High/low visual emphasis and explicit/implicit belief claims
- High/low visual emphasis and source/message variables
5. What are the two types of efficacy in protection-motivation theory?
- Response efficacy and self efficacy
- Motivation efficacy and response efficacy
- Response efficacy and outcome efficacy
- Self efficacy and outcome efficacy