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End Points

• Reaching personal goals


• Physiological status
Reactions (outcome
Judgments • Functioning expectations
• Health care use & self-efficacy)
• Perceptions of quality

Observations

Use of Management Strategies


Reactions (outcome
Judgments • Prevention
expectations
• Disease control & self-efficacy)

Observations

Intrapersonal Factors
• Knowledge
Reactions (outcome
Judgments • Attitudes
expectations
• Feelings & self-efficacy)
• Beliefs

External Factors
• Role models
• Technical advice
and service
• Social support
• Money and material
resources

Observations

Figure 2. The Continuous and Reciprocal Nature of Self-Regulation Processes in Disease Prevention and Management