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1938 1
1942 2
1943 1
1944 3
1947 1
1949 1
1950 4
1951 3
1952 10
1953 5
1954 6
1955 5
1956 2
1957 5
1958 5
1959 10
1960 4
1961 6
1962 10
1963 13
1964 13
1965 12
1966 8
1967 9
1968 19
1969 12
1970 19
1971 13
1972 27
1973 105
1974 217
1975 433
1976 603
1977 687
1978 825
1979 908
1980 960
1981 850
1982 951
1983 1025
1984 1172
1985 1218
1986 1324
1987 1257
1988 1548
1989 1926
1990 2327
1991 3102
1992 3774
1993 4119
1994 4402
1995 4647
1996 5020
1997 5700
1998 6035
1999 6195
2000 6783
2001 7307
2002 8066
2003 9038
2004 9554
2005 10348
2006 11475
2007 12560
2008 13846
2009 14729
2010 15686
2011 16528
2012 17972
2013 19350
2014 20024
2015 20297
2016 19518
2017 19588
2018 19155
2019 8232
2020 103
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Imagery interventions in health behavior: A meta-analysis.
Conroy D and Hagger MS. Health Psychol 2018. PMID 29809020
OBJECTIVE: Imagery-based interventions represent an inexpensive, potentially effective technique for changing health behavior and promoting adaptive health outcomes. However, research adopting mental imagery techniques in health behavior interventions has shown considerable variability in effects across studies. ...
OBJECTIVE: Imagery-based interventions represent an inexpensive, potentially effective technique for changing health behavior
Educational and Gender Differences in Health Behavior Changes After a Gateway Diagnosis.
Hernandez EM, et al. J Aging Health 2018. PMID 27940641 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVE: Hypertension represents a gateway diagnosis to more serious health problems that occur as people age. We examine educational differences in three health behavior changes people often make after receiving this diagnosis in middle or older age, and test whether these educational differences depend on (a) the complexity of the health behavior change and (b) gender. ...These educational differences in health behaviors were stronger among women compared with men. DISCUSSION: Upon receiving a hypertension diagnosis, education is a more important predictor of behavior changes for women compared with men, which may help explain gender differences in the socioeconomic gradient in health in the United States....
OBJECTIVE: Hypertension represents a gateway diagnosis to more serious health problems that occur as people age. We examine education …
Preventive Health Behavior Change Text Message Interventions: A Meta-analysis.
Armanasco AA, et al. Am J Prev Med 2017 - Review. PMID 28073656
CONTEXT: Existing evidence shows that text message interventions can produce short-term health behavior change. However, understanding is limited regarding intervention characteristics moderating this effect or the long-term effectiveness of text message interventions on behavior change after contact stops. ...The moderator analysis findings are at odds with previous research, suggesting a need to examine moderators at the behavior-specific level....
CONTEXT: Existing evidence shows that text message interventions can produce short-term health behavior change. However, under …
Strategies for addressing vaccine hesitancy - A systematic review
Jarrett C, et al. Vaccine 2015 - Review. PMID 25896377 Free article.
Thirteen relevant studies were used for the GRADE assessment that indicated evidence of moderate quality for the use of social mobilization, mass media, communication tool-based training for health-care workers, non-financial incentives and reminder/recall-based interventions. ...
Thirteen relevant studies were used for the GRADE assessment that indicated evidence of moderate quality for the use of social mobilization, …
Association of Medicaid Healthy Behavior Incentive Programs With Smoking Cessation, Weight Loss, and Annual Preventive Health Visits.
Huf SW, et al. JAMA Netw Open 2018. PMID 30646327 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVE: To test for an association between the introduction of HBIPs and the rates of smoking cessation, weight loss, and annual preventive health visits in states that have adopted behavior-specific programs compared with states that have not. ...EXPOSURES: Changes in health behavior outcomes in 4 states (Florida, Indiana, Iowa, and Michigan) that implemented behavior-specific HBIPs targeting smoking, obesity, and annual health checkups through a Section 1115 waiver, against changes in control states, including Washington, DC, that did not introduce an HBIP (n = 44). ...
OBJECTIVE: To test for an association between the introduction of HBIPs and the rates of smoking cessation, weight loss, and annual preventi …
Where is the evidence? A systematic review of shared decision making and patient outcomes
Shay LA and Lafata JE. Med Decis Making 2015 - Review. PMID 25351843 Free PMC article.
Regardless of measurement perspective, SDM was most likely to be associated with affective-cognitive patient outcomes (54%), compared with 37% of behavioral and 25% of health outcomes. ...Evidence is lacking for the association between empirical measures of SDM and patient behavioral and health outcomes....
Regardless of measurement perspective, SDM was most likely to be associated with affective-cognitive patient outcomes (54%), compared with 3 …
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