Sonia Lippke
Sonia Lippke
Constructor University
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Mechanisms of health behavior change in persons with chronic illness or disability: the Health Action Process Approach (HAPA).
R Schwarzer, S Lippke, A Luszczynska
Rehabilitation psychology 56 (3), 161, 2011
Adoption and maintenance of four health behaviors: Theory-guided longitudinal studies on dental flossing, seat belt use, dietary behavior, and physical activity
R Schwarzer, B Schüz, JP Ziegelmann, S Lippke, A Luszczynska, ...
Annals of behavioral medicine 33 (2), 156-166, 2007
Social-cognitive predictors of physical exercise adherence: three longitudinal studies in rehabilitation.
R Schwarzer, A Luszczynska, JP Ziegelmann, U Scholz, S Lippke
Health Psychology 27 (1S), S54, 2008
Adoption and maintenance of physical activity: Planning interventions in young, middle-aged, and older adults
JP Ziegelmann, S Lippke, R Schwarzer
Psychology & Health 21 (2), 145-163, 2006
Theory‐based health behavior change: Developing, testing, and applying theories for evidence‐based interventions
S Lippke, JP Ziegelmann
Applied Psychology 57 (4), 698-716, 2008
Beyond behavioural intentions: Planning mediates between intentions and physical activity
U Scholz, B Schüz, JP Ziegelmann, S Lippke, R Schwarzer
British journal of health psychology 13 (3), 479-494, 2008
Self-efficacy as a moderator of the planning–behaviour relationship in interventions designed to promote physical activity
A Luszczynska, R Schwarzer, S Lippke, M Mazurkiewicz
Psychology and Health 26 (2), 151-166, 2011
Stage-specific adoption and maintenance of physical activity: Testing a three-stage model
S Lippke, JP Ziegelmann, R Schwarzer
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 6 (5), 585-603, 2005
Behavioral intentions and action plans promote physical exercise: A longitudinal study with orthopedic rehabilitation patients
S Lippke, JP Ziegelmann, R Schwarzer
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 26 (3), 470-483, 2004
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
Initiation and maintenance of physical exercise: Stage-specific effects of a planning intervention
S Lippke, JP Ziegelmann, R Schwarzer
Research in Sports Medicine 12 (3), 221-240, 2004
Health-promoting and health-risk behaviors: theory-driven analyses of multiple health behavior change in three international samples
S Lippke, CR Nigg, JE Maddock
International journal of behavioral medicine 19, 1-13, 2012
Physical activity and social cognitive theory: a test in a population sample of adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes
RC Plotnikoff, S Lippke, KS Courneya, N Birkett, RJ Sigal
Applied Psychology 57 (4), 628-643, 2008
Validity of stage assessment in the adoption and maintenance of physical activity and fruit and vegetable consumption.
S Lippke, JP Ziegelmann, R Schwarzer, WF Velicer
Health psychology 28 (2), 183, 2009
Health action process approach: A research agenda at the Freie Universität Berlin to examine and promote health behavior change
R Schwarzer, S Lippke, JP Ziegelmann
Zeitschrift für Gesundheitspsychologie 16 (3), 157-160, 2008
Planning and self-efficacy can increase fruit and vegetable consumption: a randomized controlled trial
P Kreausukon, P Gellert, S Lippke, R Schwarzer
Journal of behavioral medicine 35, 443-451, 2012
Theorien und modelle des gesundheitsverhaltens
S Lippke, B Renneberg
Gesundheitspsychologie, 35-60, 2006
Physical activity and diabetes: An application of the theory of planned behaviour to explain physical activity for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes in an adult population sample
RC Plotnikoff, S Lippke, K Courneya, N Birkett, R Sigal
Psychology and Health 25 (1), 7-23, 2010
Intervention effects of exercise self-regulation on physical exercise and eating fruits and vegetables: a longitudinal study in orthopedic and cardiac rehabilitation
L Fleig, S Lippke, S Pomp, R Schwarzer
Preventive medicine 53 (3), 182-187, 2011
Self‐efficacy and planning predict dietary behaviors in Costa Rican and South Korean women: Two moderated mediation analyses
B Gutiérrez‐Doña, S Lippke, B Renner, S Kwon, R Schwarzer
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 1 (1), 91-104, 2009
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