Alexander Rothman
Alexander Rothman
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Shaping perceptions to motivate healthy behavior: the role of message framing.
AJ Rothman, P Salovey
Psychological bulletin 121 (1), 3, 1997
19401997
Emotional states and physical health.
P Salovey, AJ Rothman, JB Detweiler, WT Steward
American psychologist 55 (1), 110, 2000
12852000
Stage theories of health behavior: conceptual and methodological issues.
ND Weinstein, AJ Rothman, SR Sutton
Health psychology 17 (3), 290, 1998
9441998
Toward a theory-based analysis of behavioral maintenance.
AJ Rothman
Health Psychology 19 (1S), 64, 2000
7982000
Implicit stereotyping in person judgment.
MR Banaji, C Hardin, AJ Rothman
Journal of personality and Social Psychology 65 (2), 272, 1993
7331993
The influence of message framing on intentions to perform health behaviors
AJ Rothman, P Salovey, C Antone, K Keough, CD Martin
Journal of experimental social psychology 29 (5), 408-433, 1993
7141993
The strategic use of gain-and loss-framed messages to promote healthy behavior: How theory can inform practice
AJ Rothman, RD Bartels, J Wlaschin, P Salovey
Journal of communication 56 (suppl_1), S202-S220, 2006
6802006
Message framing and sunscreen use: gain-framed messages motivate beach-goers.
JB Detweiler, BT Bedell, P Salovey, E Pronin, AJ Rothman
Health Psychology 18 (2), 189, 1999
5991999
The effects of message framing on mammography utilization.
SM Banks, P Salovey, S Greener, AJ Rothman, A Moyer, J Beauvais, ...
Health psychology 14 (2), 178, 1995
5831995
The systematic influence of gain-and loss-framed messages on interest in and use of different types of health behavior
AJ Rothman, SC Martino, BT Bedell, JB Detweiler, P Salovey
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (11), 1355-1369, 1999
4501999
Self-regulation and behavior change: Disentangling behavioral initiation and behavioral maintenance.
AJ Rothman, AS Baldwin, AW Hertel, PT Fuglestad
Guilford Press, 2011
4002011
The effects of message framing and ethnic targeting on mammography use among low-income women.
TR Schneider, P Salovey, AM Apanovitch, J Pizarro, D McCarthy, J Zullo, ...
Health Psychology 20 (4), 256, 2001
3262001
" Is there nothing more practical than a good theory?": Why innovations and advances in health behavior change will arise if interventions are used to test and refine theory
AJ Rothman
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 1 (1), 11, 2004
3232004
The impact of self-efficacy on behavior change and weight change among overweight participants in a weight loss trial.
JA Linde, AJ Rothman, AS Baldwin, RW Jeffery
Health Psychology 25 (3), 282, 2006
3042006
Reflective and automatic processes in the initiation and maintenance of dietary change
AJ Rothman, P Sheeran, W Wood
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 38 (suppl_1), s4-s17, 2009
3022009
Treating people with information: an analysis and review of approaches to communicating health risk information
AJ Rothman, MT Kiviniemi
JNCI monographs 1999 (25), 44-51, 1999
2851999
NIH working group report: innovative research to improve maintenance of weight loss
PS MacLean, RR Wing, T Davidson, L Epstein, B Goodpaster, KD Hall, ...
Obesity 23 (1), 7-15, 2015
2812015
The impact of changing attitudes, norms, and self-efficacy on health-related intentions and behavior: a meta-analysis.
P Sheeran, A Maki, E Montanaro, A Avishai-Yitshak, A Bryan, WMP Klein, ...
Health Psychology 35 (11), 1178, 2016
2432016
Specifying the determinants of the initiation and maintenance of behavior change: an examination of self-efficacy, satisfaction, and smoking cessation.
AS Baldwin, AJ Rothman, AW Hertel, JA Linde, RW Jeffery, EA Finch, ...
Health Psychology 25 (5), 626, 2006
2372006
Absolute and Relative Biases in Estimations of Personal Risk1
AJ Rothman, WM Klein, ND Weinstein
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 26 (14), 1213-1236, 1996
2221996
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