The Prediction of Health-related Behaviour in Elementary School Children

Lohaus A, Klein-Heßling J, Ball J, Wild M (2004)
Journal of Health Psychology 9(3): 375-379.

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Lohaus, ArnoldUniBi; Klein-Heßling, Johannes; Ball, Juliane; Wild, Martin
Abstract / Bemerkung
This study investigates the importance of psychological concepts with regard to health-related behaviour in elementary school children based on self-report data of 802 second- and fourth-graders. The results show significant relations of self-efficacy and the choice of appropriate coping strategies to positive health-related behaviours. The amount of stress experiences (measured by the Youth Self-Report) is associated to health-risky behaviours for the total sample and for the gender subgroups, while the other predictor variables show inconsistent relations for different subgroups. The significance of the results for health-promotion during early developmental stages is discussed.
Erscheinungsjahr
2004
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal of Health Psychology
Band
9
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
375-379
ISSN
1359-1053, 1461-7277
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2919862

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Lohaus A, Klein-Heßling J, Ball J, Wild M. The Prediction of Health-related Behaviour in Elementary School Children. Journal of Health Psychology. 2004;9(3):375-379.
Lohaus, A., Klein-Heßling, J., Ball, J., & Wild, M. (2004). The Prediction of Health-related Behaviour in Elementary School Children. Journal of Health Psychology, 9(3), 375-379. doi:10.1177/1359105304042347
Lohaus, A., Klein-Heßling, J., Ball, J., and Wild, M. (2004). The Prediction of Health-related Behaviour in Elementary School Children. Journal of Health Psychology 9, 375-379.
Lohaus, A., et al., 2004. The Prediction of Health-related Behaviour in Elementary School Children. Journal of Health Psychology, 9(3), p 375-379.
A. Lohaus, et al., “The Prediction of Health-related Behaviour in Elementary School Children”, Journal of Health Psychology, vol. 9, 2004, pp. 375-379.
Lohaus, A., Klein-Heßling, J., Ball, J., Wild, M.: The Prediction of Health-related Behaviour in Elementary School Children. Journal of Health Psychology. 9, 375-379 (2004).
Lohaus, Arnold, Klein-Heßling, Johannes, Ball, Juliane, and Wild, Martin. “The Prediction of Health-related Behaviour in Elementary School Children”. Journal of Health Psychology 9.3 (2004): 375-379.

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