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Three strategies for eliciting patient support in motivational interviewing?
1. mutual agenda setting
2. values exploration
3. self assessment of motivation
3 aspects of intrinsic motivation
1. autonomy
2. relatedness
3. competence
3 aspects of extrinsic motivation
1. external
2. introjected
3. identified
what is self determination theory?
intrinsic motivators are more effective than extrinsic motivators.

the best motivation for change comes from within.

intrinsic motivation should be fostered by motivational interviewing
how would you shift a child from doing things for extrinsic rewards to intrinsic motivation?
start off by giving them candy or something while transitioning them to autonomy, competence, and relatedness
difference b/t behavioral intentions and goal intentions?
goal intensions - the result we would like - worthless

behavioral intensions - what we plan to do - more valuable
prochaska's model says probability of successful change depends on the patient's __________
readiness for change
what are the stages of transtheoretical change?
precontemplation
contemplation
preparation
action
maintenance
stage where person doesnt see a need for change
precontemplation
stage that is downfall for most people in behavioral change
maintenance
stage where patient begins making plans to change
preparation
stage where patient begins doing something different to change
action
3 things that influence behavioral change
motivation,
attitudes,
consequences
stage where patient beings to think about consequences of behavior
contemplation
what determines the intervention that you take as a physician when someone needs to change their behavior
the stage of behavior change they are in!!
example of a prompt to establish a behavioral intention
frozen yogurt in freezer vs ice cream