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1. Action Theory Model of Consumption
2. Affective Events Theory
3. Aids Risk Reduction Model
4. Behavioural-Ecological Model of Adolescent Aids Prevention
5. CEOS Theory
6. Change Theory
7. Classical Conditioning
8. COM-B System
9. Consumption as Social Practices
10. Containment Theory
11. Control Theory
12. Differential Association Theory
13. Diffusion of Innovations
14. Ecological Model for Preventing Type 2 Diabetes in Minority Youth
15. Extended Information Processing Model
16. Extended Parallel Processing Model
17. Feedback Intervention Theory
18. Focus Theory of Normative Conduct
19. General Theory of Crime
20. General Theory of Deviant Behaviour
21. Goal Directed Theory
22. Goal-Framing Theory
23. Goal Setting Theory
24. Health Action Process Approach
25. Health Behaviour Goal Model
26. Health Behaviour Internalisation Model
27. Health Belief Model
28. Health Promotion Model
29. I-Change Model
30. Information-Motivation-Behavioural Skills Model
31. Information-Motivation-Behavioural Skills Model of Adherence
32. Integrated Theoretical Model for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention
33. Integrated Theory of Drinking Behaviour
34. Integrated Theory of Health Behaviour Change
35. Integrative Model of Behavioural Prediction
36. Integrative Model of Factors Influencing Smoking Behaviour
37. Integrative Model of Health Attitude and Behaviour Change
38. Integrative Model of Factors Influencing Smoking And Attitude And Health Behaviour Change
39. Model of Pro-Environmental Behaviour
40. Motivation-Opportunities-Abilities Model
41. Needs-Opportunities-Abilities Model
42. Norm Activation Theory
43. Operant Learning Theory
44. Precaution Adoption Process Model
45. Pressure System Model
46. PRIME Theory
47. Problem Behaviour Theory
48. Prospect Theory
49. Protection Motivation Theory
50. Prototype Willingness Model
51. Rational Addiction Model
52. Reflective Impulsive Model
53. Regulatory Fit Theory
54. Relapse Prevention Model
55. Risk as Feelings Theory
56. Self-Determination Theory
57. Self-Efficacy Theory
58. Self-Regulation Theory
59. Six Staged Model of Communication Effects
60. Social Action Theory
61. Social Action Theory
62. Social Change Theory
63. Social Cognitive Theory
64. Social Consensus Model of Health Education
65. Social Development Model
66. Social Ecological Model of Behaviour Change
67. Social Ecological Model of Walking
68. Social Identity Theory
69. Social Influence Model of Consumer Participation
70. Social Learning Theory
71. Social Norms Theory
72. Systems Model of Health Behaviour Change
73. Technology Acceptance Model 1, 2 & 3
74. Temporal Self-Regulation Theory
75. Terror Management Theory
76. Terror Management Health Model
77. Theory of Interpersonal Behaviour
78. Theory of Normative Social Behaviour
79. Theory of Planned Behaviour
80. Theory of Triadic Influence
81. Transcontextual Model of Motivation
82. Transtheoretical Model of Behaviour Change
83. Value Belief Norm Theory

Written by Susan Michie, Robert West, Rona Campbell, Jamie Brown, and Heather Gainforth, this book describes 83 theories relevant to design of behaviour change interventions together with an analysis of the role and application of theory in this vital area. The theories were identified by an expert panel of psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists and economists. For each theory, the book provides a brief summary, a list of its component constructs, a more extended description and a network analysis to show its links with other theories in the book.

For each theory, the book provides a brief summary, a list of its component constructs, a more extended description and a network analysis to show its links with other theories in the book. It considers the role of theory in understanding behaviour change and its application to designing and evaluating interventions.