Austin S Baldwin
Affiliation: Southern Methodist University
- Understanding how mothers of adolescent girls obtain information about the human papillomavirus vaccine: associations between mothers' health beliefs, information seeking, and vaccination intentions in an ethnically diverse sampleAustin S Baldwin
Department of Psychology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX 75275 0442, USA
J Health Psychol 18:926-38. 2013..Beliefs about human papillomavirus risk are associated with seeking information from a doctor and interpersonal sources, but ethnic minorities are less likely to talk with others about the vaccine...
- Satisfaction with weight loss: examining the longitudinal covariation between people's weight-loss-related outcomes and experiences and their satisfactionAustin S Baldwin
Department of Psychology, Southern Methodist University, PO Box 750442, Dallas, TX 75275 0442, USA
Ann Behav Med 38:213-24. 2009..Recent research has shown that satisfaction with weight loss is predictive of weight loss maintenance, yet empirical evidence for how people derive satisfaction with weight loss is quite limited...
- Specifying the determinants of the initiation and maintenance of behavior change: an examination of self-efficacy, satisfaction, and smoking cessationAustin S Baldwin
Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Campus, Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA
Health Psychol 25:626-34. 2006..Across time, self-efficacy predicted future quit status for initiators, whereas satisfaction generally predicted future quit status for maintainers. Implications for models of behavior change and behavioral interventions are discussed...
- Elucidating satisfaction with physical activity: an examination of the day-to-day associations between experiences with physical activity and satisfaction during physical activity initiationAustin S Baldwin
a Department of Psychology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, USA
Psychol Health 28:1424-41. 2013..01), suggesting that day-to-day fluctuations in these experiences were associated with changes in satisfaction. These findings elucidate a process through which people may determine their satisfaction with physical activity. ..
- Weekly variability in outcome expectations: examining associations with related physical activity experiences during physical activity initiationValerie G Loehr
Southern Methodist University, USA
J Health Psychol 19:1309-19. 2014..05) were associated with changes in outcome expectations. The findings demonstrate that outcome expectations for exercise vary over time and are associated with people's subjective experiences. ..
- Physical activity as a moderator of the association between anxiety sensitivity and binge eatingLindsey B Deboer
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX 75275, USA
Eat Behav 13:194-201. 2012..The mediation model was also significant, but was not moderated by MPA or VPA. Theoretical and clinical implications are discussed...