Amelie U. Wiedemann
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Self-efficacy moderates the mediation of intentions into behavior via plans
S Lippke, AU Wiedemann, JP Ziegelmann, T Reuter, R Schwarzer
American journal of health behavior 33 (5), 521-529, 2009
Disentangling the relation between intentions, planning, and behaviour: A moderated mediation analysis
AU Wiedemann, B Schüz, F Sniehotta, U Scholz, R Schwarzer
Psychology and Health 24 (1), 67-79, 2009
Adherence to a daily flossing regimen in university students: effects of planning when, where, how and what to do in the face of barriers
B Schüz, FF Sniehotta, A Wiedemann, R Seemann
Journal of clinical periodontology 33 (9), 612-619, 2006
Predicting transitions from preintentional, intentional and actional stages of change
B Schüz, FF Sniehotta, N Mallach, AU Wiedemann, R Schwarzer
Health Education Research 24 (1), 64-75, 2009
Changes in intentions, planning, and self-efficacy predict changes in behaviors: An application of latent true change modeling
T Reuter, JP Ziegelmann, AU Wiedemann, C Geiser, S Lippke, B Schüz, ...
Journal of health psychology 15 (6), 935-947, 2010
How planning facilitates behaviour change: Additive and interactive effects of a randomized controlled trial
AU Wiedemann, S Lippke, T Reuter, JP Ziegelmann, R Schwarzer
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (1), 42-51, 2011
Planning bridges the intention–behaviour gap: Age makes a difference and strategy use explains why
T Reuter, JP Ziegelmann, AU Wiedemann, S Lippke, B Schüz, LS Aiken
Psychology and Health 25 (7), 873-887, 2010
Differential effects of planning and self-efficacy on fruit and vegetable consumption
J Richert, T Reuter, AU Wiedemann, S Lippke, J Ziegelmann, ...
Appetite 54 (3), 611-614, 2010
Effects of a short behavioural intervention for dental flossing: randomized‐controlled trial on planning when, where and how
B Schüz, AU Wiedemann, N Mallach, U Scholz
Journal of clinical periodontology 36 (6), 498-505, 2009
The more the better? The number of plans predicts health behaviour change
AU Wiedemann, S Lippke, T Reuter, JP Ziegelmann, B Schüz
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 3 (1), 87-106, 2011
Translating intentions into nutrition behaviors via planning requires self-efficacy: evidence from Thailand and Germany
R Schwarzer, J Richert, P Kreausukon, L Remme, AU Wiedemann, ...
International Journal of psychology 45 (4), 260-268, 2010
Prediction of stage transitions in fruit and vegetable intake
AU Wiedemann, S Lippke, T Reuter, B Schüz, JP Ziegelmann, ...
Health Education Research 24 (4), 596-607, 2009
Dietary planning as a mediator of the intention–behavior relation: An experimental‐causal‐chain design
T Reuter, JP Ziegelmann, AU Wiedemann, S Lippke
Applied Psychology 57, 194-207, 2008
Multiple plans and memory performance: Results of a randomized controlled trial targeting fruit and vegetable intake
AU Wiedemann, S Lippke, R Schwarzer
Journal of behavioral medicine 35, 387-392, 2012
Cross-behavior associations and multiple health behavior change: A longitudinal study on physical activity and fruit and vegetable intake
L Fleig, C Küper, S Lippke, R Schwarzer, AU Wiedemann
Journal of Health Psychology 20 (5), 525-534, 2015
Intrinsic rewards, fruit and vegetable consumption, and habit strength: A three-wave study testing the Associative Cybernetic Model.
AU Wiedemann, B Gardner, N Knoll, S Burkert
Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 2014
Sozial-kognitive Theorien und Modelle zur Beschreibung und Veränderung von Sport und körperlicher Bewegung-ein Überblick
S Lippke, AU Wiedemann
Zeitschrift für Sportpsychologie 14 (4), 139-148, 2007
A computerized lifestyle application to promote multiple health behaviors at the workplace: testing its behavioral and psychological effects
S Lippke, L Fleig, AU Wiedemann, R Schwarzer
Journal of Medical Internet Research 17 (10), e225, 2015
What contributes to action plan enactment? Examining characteristics of physical activity plans
L Fleig, B Gardner, J Keller, S Lippke, S Pomp, AU Wiedemann
British Journal of Health Psychology 22 (4), 940-957, 2017
Enabling or cultivating? The role of prostate cancer patients' received partner support and self-efficacy in the maintenance of pelvic floor exercise following tumor surgery
DH Hohl, N Knoll, A Wiedemann, J Keller, U Scholz, M Schrader, ...
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 50 (2), 247-258, 2016
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