An online study combining the constructs from the Theory of Planned Behaviour and Protection Motivation Theory in predicting intention to test for chlamydia in two testing contexts

Pattison, Helen and Powell, Rachael and Francis, Jill (2016) An online study combining the constructs from the Theory of Planned Behaviour and Protection Motivation Theory in predicting intention to test for chlamydia in two testing contexts. [Data Collection]

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Data from an online survey, underlying publication of same title

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Type of Data: Dataset
Divisions: Life and Health Sciences > Applied Health Research Group
Data Publisher: Aston University
Funders: RCUK Academic Research Fellowship
Keywords: chlamydia, home-testing, protection motivation theory, self-testing, theory of planned behaviour, Psychiatry and Mental health, Clinical Psychology, Applied Psychology
Geographic coverage: Birmingham, United Kingdom
Statement on legal, ethical and access issues: There are no legal or ethical issues regarding this dataset
Date Made Available: 9 May 2016
Date Type: Publication
Collection period:
FromTo
18 March 201111 January 2012
Identification Number: 10.17036/be8a1fcb-e5bb-49f3-9c98-ca9ea46bac0b
Publication URL: http://publications.aston.ac.uk/25632/

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