All Relations between self-monitoring and srm

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Sultan Ozkan-Sat, Merve Isı. The Effect of Psychoeducation Based on Leventhal's Self-Regulation Model on Dysmenorrhoea in Nursing Students: A Single-Blind Randomised Controlled Study. Pain management nursing : official journal of the American Society of Pain Management Nurses. 2024-03-30. PMID:38555264. psychoeducation based on leventhal's self-regulation model (srm) is an affordable, easy, and non-pharmacological way that clinics can use to cope with dysmenorrhoea. 2024-03-30 2024-04-02 Not clear
İlknur Özkan, Seçil Taylan, Cansu Polat Düny. Investigation of the relationship between the use of complementary alternative medicine and illness perception and illness cognition in patients with diabetic foot ulcer. Journal of tissue viability. 2022-09-05. PMID:36064697. to examine the relationship between illness perception, illness cognition, and other sociodemographic characteristics of individuals with diabetic foot ulcer (dfu) and their complementary alternative therapies (cam) use within the framework of self-regulation model (srm). 2022-09-05 2023-08-14 Not clear
Laurie B Hartjes, Linda C Bauman. Development of a malaria knowledge test for student travelers. Nursing reports. vol 2. issue 1. 2021-10-21. PMID:24382993. the 18-item mkt was structured according to the dimensions of the self-regulation model (srm) to measure the accuracy of students' beliefs about malaria. 2021-10-21 2023-08-12 Not clear
Fareeda Abo-Rass, Shiri Shinan-Altman, Perla Werne. Depression Illness Representations Among Arabs in Israel: a Qualitative Study Comparing Younger and Older Adults. Journal of cross-cultural gerontology. vol 35. issue 4. 2020-11-09. PMID:32949318. this study examined illness representations among younger and older israeli arabs with depression based on the self-regulation model (srm). 2020-11-09 2023-08-13 human
Priscillia Averous, Elodie Charbonnier, Lionel Dan. Relationship Between Illness Representations, Psychosocial Adjustment, and Treatment Outcomes in Mental Disorders: A Mini Review. Frontiers in psychology. vol 11. 2020-09-28. PMID:32612557. the self-regulation model (srm) postulates that illness representations play a central role on adjustment and treatment of people with physical illnesses. 2020-09-28 2023-08-13 Not clear
Heather Robinson, Steven Jones, Thomas Fanshawe, Fiona Lobba. Differences in beliefs about mood between people with and without bipolar disorder. Clinical psychology & psychotherapy. vol 26. issue 6. 2020-05-14. PMID:31343092. psychological models of bipolar disorder (bd), such as the self-regulation model (srm; leventhal, nerenz, & steele, 1984), highlight the crucial role of beliefs about mood in relapse vulnerability. 2020-05-14 2023-08-13 Not clear
Catherine Quinn, Robin G Morris, Linda Clar. Beliefs About Dementia: Development and Validation of the Representations and Adjustment to Dementia Index (RADIX). The American journal of geriatric psychiatry : official journal of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry. vol 26. issue 6. 2019-11-11. PMID:29704986. the self-regulation model (srm) identifies that the beliefs people hold about an illness can influence their responses to that illness. 2019-11-11 2023-08-13 Not clear
Gwenda Simons, Anna Mason, Marie Falahee, Kanta Kumar, Christian D Mallen, Karim Raza, Rebecca J Stac. Qualitative Exploration of Illness Perceptions of Rheumatoid Arthritis in the General Public. Musculoskeletal care. vol 15. issue 1. 2018-07-09. PMID:26833593. the current study investigated these perceptions using the self-regulation model (srm) as a framework to explain how health behaviour is influenced by illness perceptions (prototypes) through qualitative interviews with 15 members of the public without ra. 2018-07-09 2023-08-13 Not clear
Teresa Corbett, AnnMarie Groarke, Jane C Walsh, Brian E McGuir. Cancer-related fatigue in post-treatment cancer survivors: application of the common sense model of illness representations. BMC cancer. vol 16. issue 1. 2017-09-06. PMID:27884127. the common sense model of self-regulation of health and illness (srm) addresses personal beliefs or mental representations-whether medically sound or unsubstantiated- that a person holds about a health issue. 2017-09-06 2023-08-13 Not clear
Kimberly M Kelly, Nancy Schoenberg, Tomorrow D Wilson, Elvonna Atkins, Stephanie Dickinson, Electra Pasket. Cervical cancer worry and screening among appalachian women. The journal of primary prevention. vol 36. issue 2. 2015-12-04. PMID:25416153. our mixed method investigation aimed to obtain a more complete and theoretically-informed understanding of the role of cancer worry in ccs among appalachian women, using the self-regulation model (srm). 2015-12-04 2023-08-13 Not clear
Drew A Kingston, Pamela M Yates, Mark E Olve. The self-regulation model of sexual offending: intermediate outcomes and posttreatment recidivism. Sexual abuse : a journal of research and treatment. vol 26. issue 5. 2015-05-15. PMID:23917987. the self-regulation model (srm) is a nine-phase, four-pathway offense process model designed specifically for sexual offenders that is now being applied to the treatment of this group in many settings and jurisdictions. 2015-05-15 2023-08-12 Not clear
Lucie Timmers, Melissa Thong, Friedo W Dekker, Elisabeth W Boeschoten, Monique Heijmans, Mieke Rijken, John Weinman, Ad Kaptei. Illness perceptions in dialysis patients and their association with quality of life. Psychology & health. vol 23. issue 6. 2014-10-15. PMID:25160810. leventhal's self-regulation model (srm) was used as a theoretical framework. 2014-10-15 2023-08-13 Not clear
Tineke Baines, Anja Wittkowsk. A systematic review of the literature exploring illness perceptions in mental health utilising the self-regulation model. Journal of clinical psychology in medical settings. vol 20. issue 3. 2014-04-11. PMID:23108509. the most widely studied model of illness perceptions has been the self-regulation model (srm, leventhal, nerenz, & steele, 1984). 2014-04-11 2023-08-12 Not clear
Drew A Kingston, Pamela M Yates, Philip Fireston. The self-regulation model of sexual offending: Relationship to risk and need. Law and human behavior. vol 36. issue 3. 2012-10-23. PMID:22667811. individuals following different self-regulation pathways, as delineated in the srm, were compared on offence characteristics, static and dynamic risk measures, and various treatment targets. 2012-10-23 2023-08-12 Not clear
Rob Lowe, Alison Porter, Helen Snooks, Lori Button, Bridie Angela Evan. The association between illness representation profiles and use of unscheduled urgent and emergency health care services. British journal of health psychology. vol 16. issue 4. 2012-02-07. PMID:21988069. the self-regulation model (srm) posits that people cope in ways consistent with their illness understanding. 2012-02-07 2023-08-12 Not clear
Katie Williams, Hannah Stee. Illness perceptions: are beliefs about mental health problems associated with self-perceptions of engagement in people with psychosis? Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy. vol 39. issue 2. 2011-05-16. PMID:21062529. the self-regulation model (srm) has been presented as a framework for assessing the perceptions people hold about their mental health problem. 2011-05-16 2023-08-12 Not clear
C D Llewellyn, M McGurk, J Weinma. The relationship between the Patient Generated Index (PGI) and measures of HR-QoL following diagnosis with head and neck cancer: are illness and treatment perceptions determinants of judgment-based outcomes? British journal of health psychology. vol 12. issue Pt 3. 2007-10-11. PMID:17726768. the primary objectives of this study were to examine the relationship between factors specified in the extended self-regulation model (srm) (illness and treatment perceptions and coping strategy) and three types of qol outcome. 2007-10-11 2023-08-12 Not clear
Gillian Fortune, Christine Barrowclough, Fiona Lobba. Illness representations in depression. The British journal of clinical psychology. vol 43. issue Pt 4. 2005-02-15. PMID:15530206. illness representations in physical health problems have been studied extensively using the self-regulation model (srm) focusing on five dimensions of illness beliefs (identity, consequences, causes, timeline and control, or cure). 2005-02-15 2023-08-12 Not clear
Fiona Lobban, Christine Barrowclough, Steve Jone. A review of the role of illness models in severe mental illness. Clinical psychology review. vol 23. issue 2. 2003-06-10. PMID:12573669. explicit models such as the self-regulation model (srm) [leventhal, h., nerenz, d. r., & steele, d. f. (1984). 2003-06-10 2023-08-12 Not clear
D C Miller, J P Byrne. The role of contextual and personal factors in children's risk taking. Developmental psychology. vol 33. issue 5. 1997-11-06. PMID:9300214. the primary aims of the present studies were to (a) add to the sparse developmental database on risk taking and (b) conduct initial tests of a self-regulation model (srm) of risk taking. 1997-11-06 2023-08-12 Not clear