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  1. Week 2: Thinking (Cognition) Vs. Feelings (Affect) Presented by Bow Lee H671 Advanced Theories in Health Behavior Friday, October 5, 2012

  2. Agenda • Intrapersonal-level theories (blind spots) • Small Group Activity 1 • Justification for affect-based constructs in theories • Self-Esteem Enhancement Theory (SET) • Video • Cognitive Evaluation Theory (CET) • Small Group Activity 2

  3. Goodson, Chapter 5 Intrapersonal Theories Blind Spots: Individual is separate, distinct and isolated Overemphasis on individual will cause an overlook on natural- and built-environment factors Create a victim-blaming mentality

  4. Goodson, Chapter 6 Why is Affect Important? • Health theories do not account for affect (emotions) • Decision making is not always rational • People’s decision to behave sometimes comes from the heart

  5. DCK, Chapter 4 Self-Esteem Enhancement • Self-Esteem Enhancement Theory (SET) • Self-esteem is commonly defined as “overall feelings of self-worth” • Positive self-regard • Fulfillment • Personal worth

  6. DCK, Chapter 4 SET Constructs • Major Constructs • Contextual opportunities • Esteem formation and maintenance processes • Self-esteem • Health and well-being

  7. DCK, Chapter 4 Contextual Constructs • Supportive relationships and messages • “I belong.” or I feel supported.” • Personal mastery and success experiences • “I did not do so well this time, but next time, I will do better”

  8. DCK, Chapter 4 Formation & Maintenance • Behavioral • “My goal is swim 30 minutes a day.” • Cognitive • “I see myself running a marathon.” • Affect • “My husband makes walking dreadful. I will walk my dog who makes walking fun.”

  9. DCK, Chapter 4 Self-Esteem (SE) • Global/Overall • “ I am happy.” • Multiple Facets • “I love my body.”

  10. DCK, Chapter 4 Health and Well-Being • Self-Esteem will influence these domains: • Emotional (Affect) • Behavioral • Social • Cognitive • Physical

  11. The Fun Theory

  12. DCK, Chapter 6 Cognitive Evaluation Theory • Cognitive Evaluation Theory (CET) • One of the mini-theories of the Self-Determination Theory (SDT) • Two sources of motivation: • Intrinsic motivation (CET) • Extrinsic motivation

  13. DCK, Chapter 6 CET-Intrinsic Motivation • Autonomy • “I am in control of my own actions.” • Competency • “I am capable of jogging for 45 minutes.” • Relatedness • “I have a connection with my peers.” • Do you see links to the TTI?

  14. More on Intrinsic Motivators • Intrinsic motivators: • Behavior in and of itself • Mastering a skill • For the love of it • From inside

  15. Questions? Comments? Discussion? THANK YOU.