Project #48053 - Paper

In a 1 pg paper, explain the constructs of the Social Cognitvie Theory and how it relates to the topic of improving the health of Overweight and Obese in 11th grade females. Also explain the use of the table, from the revised prompt > social cognitive theory > factors.

Physical activity: movement of the body that uses energy (e.g. walking, gardening, briskly pushing a baby stroller, climbing the stairs, playing soccer, or dancing)

[SOURCE: http://www.choosemyplate.gov/physical-activity/what.html]

 

Current Prompt

Revised Prompt

Construct of the Social Cognitive Theory

Predisposing/Reinforcing/Enabling Factor

I have barriers in participating in physical activities (ex. Time, place, etc)

I do not have the resources I need -- like time or space -- to participate in physical activity.

Facilitation (tools, resources, or environmental changes that make behaviors easier to perform)

Enabling (physical environment)

I integrate physical activities as part of my daily routines

I make time to participate in physical activity each day.

Self-regulation (controlling oneself through self-monitoring, goal-setting, feedback, self-reward, self-instruction, and enlistment of social support)

Predisposing (personal decision-making, self-efficacy)

I know that physical activities are recommended for the prevention of overweight and obesity

I know that physical activity is recommended in order to stay at a healthy weight.

Self-regulation

Predisposing (knowledge)

I engage in physical activities at home

[none]

Self-regulation

Predisposing (individual behavior)

I engage in physical activities at school

[none]

Self-regulation

Predisposing (individual behavior)

I engage in physical activities at a recreation center

I engage in physical activities at a recreation center, community center, gym, or other place outside of my home or school.

Self-regulation

Predisposing (individual behavior)

I have social support from parents or peers

I believe that my parents/guardians support my (participation in physical activity? being at a healthy weight?)

Reciprocal determinism (environmental factors influence individuals and groups and vice versa)

Enabling (social environment)

I lack self-confidence, it's not worth being physically active

I do not think participating in physical activity will help me maintain a healthy weight.

Outcome expectations (beliefs about likelihood and value of consequences of behavioral choices)

Predisposing (attitude)

Media affects what I eat

What I see others say and/or do in the media (e.g. on TV, on the internet, in music) influences what I choose to eat or drink.

Observational learning (learning to perform new behaviors is by exposure to interpersonal or media displays of them, particularly through peer modeling)

Enabling (social environment)

I sit down at a table to eat

[Not sure what this question is trying to measure. Are we looking at whether or not students eat with their families? Are we assessing if people are making time to eat or are eating on the go?]

Self-efficacy

Enabling (social environment)

I have a positive attitude towards other students who participate in physical activities

[none]

Observational learning

Predisposing (attitude)

I have a  guardian who cooks meals at home would help the student eat healthier

My parents/guardians and/or I cook healthy meals.

Collective efficacy? (beliefs about the ability of a group to perform concerted actions that bring desired outcomes)

Enabling (social environment)

I intend to be physically active

[none]

Self-efficacy? (beliefs about personal ability to perform behavior that bring desired outcomes)

Predisposing (attitude)

I consider myself healthy weight

I consider myself to be at a healthy weight.

Self-regulation?

Predisposing (beliefs)

I consider my family overweight

I consider my family members to be at a healthy weight.

Self-efficacy

Predisposing (beliefs), reinforcing? (view of family influences view of self?)

My body image keeps me from being physically active

I do not want to exercise because I do not like the way my body looks.

Self-regulation

Predisposing (attitude), reinforcing (body image influences decision to engage in PA)

 

  

Here are the objectives that may help:
 
Prog Goal: The goal of this health program is to increase the health of 11th grade girls.
 
Health Obj: Decrease the percentage of overweight and obese members of the target population by 3% in the first yr and 2% in the following yrs.
 
Behavioral Obj: Increase the number of members of the target population performing 60 minutes of physical activity daily by 3% in the 1st yr and 2% the following years.
 
Environmental Obj: Increase the number of members of the target population perceiving social support through focused physical activity interventions by 10% in the 1st yr and 5% in the following yrs.
 
Use article attached as a reference.

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Due By (Pacific Time) 11/18/2014 03:00 pm
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