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Transtheoritical model of change and stages of change and social cognitive theory

Transtheoritical model of change and stages of change and social cognitive theory

chapter 7 and 9 for these two theories from Glanz, K.; Rimer, B.K.; Viswanath, K. eds. (2015). Health Behavior: Theory Research and Practice. 5th edition.( or 4th edition) will do. Write a two page reflection paper based on these two theories. You have to read about these two theories from the book above and then write the paper.Be very specific and use concrete examples of the points you make In other words, you must refer to the class readings in very specific ways in these papers and be sure to provide proper citations. The following questions should be addressed: What was most interesting in the readings and why? What did you agree or disagree with in the readings and why? What fit or contradicted your own experiences in the readings and why? And most importantly,what was confusing and needs to be explained better in the readings ? Use easily accessible paper references. One reference can be the book itself. please write two pages as best as you can.

Rubric for Reflection Papers
Reflection papers will be evaluated based on these criteria:
8-10 points = Addresses two or more questions with substantial use of important
concepts; extremely thoughtful integration of course materials with personal experience
and practice (with detail); free of spelling or grammatical errors.
6-7 points = Addresses one or two questions with some use of important concepts;
some integration with personal experience (with some detail); may contain one spelling
or grammatical error.
1-5 points= Addresses one question but relevance to course concepts and/or personal
experience is vague; lack of detail or description; more than one spelling or grammatical
error.

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