Einstellung zum Alkoholkonsum und Motivation zur Veränderung des Trinkverhaltens bei Schwangeren- Eine Validierung des Transtheoretischen Modells der Verhaltensänderung

Ziel dieser Studie war es, die Motivation von schwangeren Frauen zum Alkoholverzicht zu untersuchen. Ebenso sollte die Anwendbarkeit des Transtheoretischen Modells der Verhaltensänderung auf das Problemverhalten des Alkoholkonsums in der Schwangerschaft überprüft werden. Weitere Fragestellungen befa...

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Main Author: Hasse, Sonja
Contributors: Basler, H.-D. (Prof. Dr. Dr.) (Thesis advisor)
Format: Doctoral Thesis
Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2005
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The transtheoretical model postulates that every behavioral stage is characterized by a specific pattern of cognitions with self-efficacy and decisional balance (pros and cons of a behavioral change)being the best established. We tested the assumptions of the model by addressing a total of 256 pregnant women concerning their alcohol use in pregnancy. In this cross-sectional study these women filled in a questionare including questions regarding their actual alcohol use and the motivation to change alcohol habits in pregnancy. Our study shows a significant higher alcohol use in unmarried women in comparison to married women. Also we found a significant higher alcohol use in women with university exams.