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  1. Maintaining or Losing Intervention-Induced Health-Related Behavior Change. A Mixed Methods Field Study.Frida Skarin, Erik Wästlund & Henrik Gustafsson - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    The aim of this mixed methods field study was to gain a better understanding of how psychological factors can contribute to success in intervention-induced behavior change over time. While it can be difficult to change behavior, the use of interventions means that most participants succeed in change during the intervention. However, it is rare for the immediate change to automatically transform into maintained behavior changes. Most research conducted on health-related behavior change interventions contains quantitative studies that investigate key intervention components (...)
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  • It’s a Challenge, Not a Threat: Lecturers’ Satisfaction During the Covid-19 Summer Semester of 2020.Martina Feldhammer-Kahr, Maria Tulis, Eline Leen-Thomele, Stefan Dreisiebner, Daniel Macher, Martin Arendasy & Manuela Paechter - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    The summer semester had just begun at Austrian and German universities when Covid-19 was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization. Thus, in March 2020, all universities closed their campuses, switching to distance learning within the span of about a single day. How did lecturers handle the situation? Were they still able to turn the situation into a positive one? What were the main obstacles with this difficult situation, and where there conditions which helped them to overcome the (...)
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