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Mediation, Moderation, and Context: Understanding Complex Relations among Cognition, Affect, and Health Behaviour

Citation

Kiviniemi, Marc T.; Ellis, Erin M.; Hall, Marissa G.; Moss, Jennifer L.; Lillie, Sarah E.; Brewer, Noel T.; & Klein, William M. P. (2018). Mediation, Moderation, and Context: Understanding Complex Relations among Cognition, Affect, and Health Behaviour. Psychology & Health, 33(1), 98-116.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE: Researchers have historically treated cognition and affect as separate constructs in motivating health behaviour. We present a framework and empirical evidence for complex relations between cognition and affect in predicting health behaviour.

URL

http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08870446.2017.1324973

Reference Type

Journal Article

Journal Title

Psychology & Health

Author(s)

Kiviniemi, Marc T.
Ellis, Erin M.
Hall, Marissa G.
Moss, Jennifer L.
Lillie, Sarah E.
Brewer, Noel T.
Klein, William M. P.

Year Published

2018

Volume Number

33

Issue Number

1

Pages

98-116

Reference ID

12823