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The Resource Leveraging Consumer Psychology for Effective Health Communications : the Obesity Challenge

Leveraging Consumer Psychology for Effective Health Communications : the Obesity Challenge

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Leveraging Consumer Psychology for Effective Health Communications : the Obesity Challenge
Title
Leveraging Consumer Psychology for Effective Health Communications
Title remainder
the Obesity Challenge
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This timely book brings together some of the most highly respected scholars and practitioners in the consumer psychology and health communication fields to analyze how the latest research can be effectively applied to the critical public health issue of obesity
Member of
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Batra, Rajeev
Dewey number
362.196/398
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Keller, Punam Anand
  • Strecher, Victor J
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  • Obesity
  • Communication in medicine
  • Health education
  • Clinical health psychology
Label
Leveraging Consumer Psychology for Effective Health Communications : the Obesity Challenge
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Title Page; Contents; Foreword; Introduction; PART IOverviews; Chapter 1 Design of Efective Obesity Communications: Insights From Consumer Research; Chapter 2 Population-Based Prevention of Obesity; PART II Research on Consumer Biases; Chapter 3 An Ounce of Prevention, An Apple a Day: Effects of Consumers' Lay Theories on Health-Related Behaviors; Chapter 4 Calorie Estimation Biases in Consumer Choice; Chapter 5 Food Temptations Versus Self-Control: Friends or Enemies?; Chapter 6 Thinking About Health and Obesity: How Consumers' Mental Experiences Influence Health Judgments
  • Chapter 7 How the Body Type of Others Impacts Our Food ConsumptionPART III Communication Strategy and Tactics; Chapter 8 The Relative Effectiveness of Gain-Framed and Loss-Framed Persuasive Appeals Concerning Obesity-Related Behaviors: Meta-Analytic Evidence and Implications; Chapter 9 Practicing What You Preach: Using Hypocrisy and Cognitive Dissonance to Reduce the Risk for Obesity; Chapter 10 The Use of Negative Emotions in Health Communication: Implications for Fighting Obesity; Chapter 11 Using Identity Signaling to Combat Obesity and Improve Public Health
  • Chapter 12 Developing and Valida ting Motiva tional Message Interv entions for Improving Prescription Drug Adherence With Consumers Confronting Chronic DiseasesPART IV Combating Obesity in Children and Young Adults; Chapter 13 Preventing Childhood Obesity by Persuading Mothers to Breastfeed Matching Appeal Type to Personality; Chapter 14 Ecological Factors and Childhood Obesity: A Structural Look; Chapter 15 The Impact of Health Games on Consumers' Physical Activity and Healthy Eating Intentions; PART V Environmental and Policy Perspectives
  • Chapter 16 Bringing a Bit of Social Marketing to the Problem of ObesityChapter 17 Marketing MyPyramid: Taking the Dietary Guidelines Home; Chapter 18 Simplified Nutrition Guidelines to Fight Obesity; Chapter 19 Shrinking Liberty to Combat Expanding Waistlines; Chapter 20 Controlling Obesity: Lessons Learned From Tobacco Control and Tobacco Marketing Research; About the Editors and Contributors; Name Index; Subject Index
Control code
ocn719319904
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (421 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780765627193
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)719319904
Label
Leveraging Consumer Psychology for Effective Health Communications : the Obesity Challenge
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Title Page; Contents; Foreword; Introduction; PART IOverviews; Chapter 1 Design of Efective Obesity Communications: Insights From Consumer Research; Chapter 2 Population-Based Prevention of Obesity; PART II Research on Consumer Biases; Chapter 3 An Ounce of Prevention, An Apple a Day: Effects of Consumers' Lay Theories on Health-Related Behaviors; Chapter 4 Calorie Estimation Biases in Consumer Choice; Chapter 5 Food Temptations Versus Self-Control: Friends or Enemies?; Chapter 6 Thinking About Health and Obesity: How Consumers' Mental Experiences Influence Health Judgments
  • Chapter 7 How the Body Type of Others Impacts Our Food ConsumptionPART III Communication Strategy and Tactics; Chapter 8 The Relative Effectiveness of Gain-Framed and Loss-Framed Persuasive Appeals Concerning Obesity-Related Behaviors: Meta-Analytic Evidence and Implications; Chapter 9 Practicing What You Preach: Using Hypocrisy and Cognitive Dissonance to Reduce the Risk for Obesity; Chapter 10 The Use of Negative Emotions in Health Communication: Implications for Fighting Obesity; Chapter 11 Using Identity Signaling to Combat Obesity and Improve Public Health
  • Chapter 12 Developing and Valida ting Motiva tional Message Interv entions for Improving Prescription Drug Adherence With Consumers Confronting Chronic DiseasesPART IV Combating Obesity in Children and Young Adults; Chapter 13 Preventing Childhood Obesity by Persuading Mothers to Breastfeed Matching Appeal Type to Personality; Chapter 14 Ecological Factors and Childhood Obesity: A Structural Look; Chapter 15 The Impact of Health Games on Consumers' Physical Activity and Healthy Eating Intentions; PART V Environmental and Policy Perspectives
  • Chapter 16 Bringing a Bit of Social Marketing to the Problem of ObesityChapter 17 Marketing MyPyramid: Taking the Dietary Guidelines Home; Chapter 18 Simplified Nutrition Guidelines to Fight Obesity; Chapter 19 Shrinking Liberty to Combat Expanding Waistlines; Chapter 20 Controlling Obesity: Lessons Learned From Tobacco Control and Tobacco Marketing Research; About the Editors and Contributors; Name Index; Subject Index
Control code
ocn719319904
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (421 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780765627193
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)719319904

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