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Health Promot Perspect. 2019;9(1): 13-23. doi: 10.15171/hpp.2019.02
PMID: 30788263        PMCID: PMC6377703

Original Article

The evaluation of a fourth-generation multi-theory model (MTM) based intervention to initiate and sustain physical activity

Traci Hayes 1 * ORCID, Manoj Sharma 1, Mohammad Shahbazi 1, Jung Hye Sung 1, Russell Bennett 1, Jacqueline Reese-Smith 2

Cited by CrossRef: 21

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3- Claros E, Nahar V, Mafi M, Eliadi C, Abu-Moustafa S, Sharma M. Using the multi-theory model of health behavior change to identify correlates of change in substance use behavior in a mental health clinic-based sample. Journal of Substance Use. 2020;25(5):555 [Crossref]
4- Sharma M, Dai C, Batra K, Chen C, Pharr J, Coughenour C, Awan A, Catalano H. Using the Multi-Theory Model (MTM) of Health Behavior Change to Explain the Correlates of Mammography Screening among Asian American Women. Pharmacy. 2021;9(3):126 [Crossref]
5- Sharma M, Batra K, Flatt J. Testing the Multi-Theory Model (MTM) to Predict the Use of New Technology for Social Connectedness in the COVID-19 Pandemic. Healthcare. 2021;9(7):838 [Crossref]
6- Joveini H, Sharifi N, Meymary B, Mehri A, Shahrabadi R, Rahmanian V, Hashemian M. The effect of empowerment program to reduce Sugar Consumption based on the Multi-Theory Model on Body Mass Index and abdominal obesity in Iranian women. BMC Women's Health. 2023;23(1) [Crossref]
7- Jiang Y, Sun X, Jiang M, Min H, Wang J, Fu X, Qi J, Yu Z, Zhu X, Wu Y. Impact of a mobile health intervention based on multi-theory model of health behavior change on self-management in patients with differentiated thyroid cancer: protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Front Public Health. 2024;12 [Crossref]
8- Davis R, Sharma M, Simon K, Wilkerson A. Conceptualization of college students’ COVID-19 related mask-wearing behaviors using the Multi-Theory Model of health behavior change. Health Promot Perspect. 2021;11(2):194 [Crossref]
9- Zhang W, Jin Y, Liu N, Xiang Z, Wang X, Xu P, Guo P, Mao M, Feng S. Predicting Physical Activity in Chinese Pregnant Women Using Multi-Theory Model: A Cross-Sectional Study. IJERPH. 2022;19(20):13383 [Crossref]
10- Sharma M, Batra K, Chen C, Dai C, Batra R, Cappelli D. Predicting Flossing through the Application of the Multi-Theory Model (MTM) of Health Behavior Change among Minority Adolescents in the United States. IJERPH. 2022;19(22):15106 [Crossref]
11- Sharma M, Largo-Wight E, Kanekar A, Kusumoto H, Hooper S, Nahar V. Using the Multi-Theory Model (MTM) of Health Behavior Change to Explain Intentional Outdoor Nature Contact Behavior among College Students. IJERPH. 2020;17(17):6104 [Crossref]
12- Sharma M, Batra K, Batra R, Dai C, Hayes T, Ickes M, Singh T. Assessing the Testability of the Multi-Theory Model (MTM) in Predicting Vaping Quitting Behavior among Young Adults in the United States: A Cross-Sectional Survey. IJERPH. 2022;19(19):12139 [Crossref]
13- Sharma M. Potential of weight gain during COVID-19 community-wide quarantine. AOWMC. 2020;10(2):48 [Crossref]
14- Sharma M. Applications of the fourth-generation multi-theory model (MTM) of health behavior change toobesogenic behaviors in college students. AOWMC. 2020;10(3):65 [Crossref]
15- Brown L, Sharma M, Leggett S, Sung J, Bennett R, Azevedo M. Efficacy testing of the SAVOR (Sisters Adding Fruits and Vegetables for Optimal Results) intervention among African American women: A randomized controlled trial. Health Promot Perspect. 2020;10(3):270 [Crossref]
16- Dai C, Chen C, Sharma M. Exploring Yoga Behaviors among College Students Based on the Multi-Theory Model (MTM) of Health Behavior Change. IJERPH. 2023;20(14):6395 [Crossref]
17- Sharma M, Davis R, Wilkerson A. COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance among College Students: A Theory-Based Analysis. IJERPH. 2021;18(9):4617 [Crossref]
18- Sharma M, Batra K, Davis R, Wilkerson A. Explaining Handwashing Behavior in a Sample of College Students during COVID-19 Pandemic Using the Multi-Theory Model (MTM) of Health Behavior Change: A Single Institutional Cross-Sectional Survey. Healthcare. 2021;9(1):55 [Crossref]
19- Thomley M, Roland D, Noble C, Sharma M, Shipley S, Nahar V. Skin Cancer in Skin of Color. 2021;13(2):106 [Crossref]
20- Sharma M, Chandra A, Toth R, Nahar V. Utility of Multi-Theory Model (MTM) to Explain the Intention for PAP Adherence in Newly Diagnosed Sleep Apnea Patients. NSS. 2021;Volume 13:263 [Crossref]
21- Sharma M, Batra K, Singh T, Dua R, Ickes M, Batra R, Nahar V. Explaining Screen-Time Behavior Among Preschoolers in Northern India Using Multi Theory Model: A Parental Cross-Sectional Survey. Community Health Equity Research & Policy. 2022;43(1):95 [Crossref]

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