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Literaturliste von Dr. Amelie Wiedemann

letzte Aktualisierung: 22.01.2019

Baldensperger, L., Wiedemann, A. U., Wessel, L., Keilholz, U. & Knoll, N. (2018). Social network, autonomy, and adherence correlates of future time perspective in patients with head and neck cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 27(6), 1545-1552.

Fleig, L., Gardner, B., Keller, J., Lippke, S., Pomp, S. & Wiedemann, A. U. (2017). What contributes to action plan enactment? Examining characteristics of physical activity plans. British Journal of Health Psychology, 22(4), 940-957.

Keller, J., Fleig, L., Hohl, D. H., Wiedemann, A. U., Burkert, S., Luszczynska, A. & Knoll, N. (2017). Which characteristics of planning matter? Individual and dyadic physical activity plans and their effects on plan enactment. Social Science & Medicine, 189, 53-62.

Keller, J., Wiedemann, A. U., Hohl, D. H., Scholz, U., Burkert, S., Schrader, M. & Knoll, N. (2017). Predictors of dyadic planning: Perspectives of prostate cancer survivors and their partners. British Journal of Health Psychology, 22(1), 42-59.

Hohl, D. H., Knoll, N., Wiedemann, A., Keller, J., Scholz, U., Schrader, M. & Burkert, S. (2016). Enabling or cultivating? The role of prostate cancer patients' received partner support and self-efficacy in the maintenance of pelvic floor exercise following tumor surgery. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 50(2), 247-258.

Fleig, L., Küper, C., Lippke, S., Schwarzer, R. & Wiedemann, A. U. (2015). Cross-behavior associations and multiple health behavior change: A longitudinal study on physical activity and fruit and vegetable intake. Journal of Health Psychology, 20(5), 525-534.

Gholami, M., Wiedemann, A., Knoll, N. & Schwarzer, R. (2015). Mothers improve their daughters' vegetable intake: A randomized controlled trial. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 20(1), 1-7.

Knoll, N., Wiedemann, A. U., Schrader, M., Felber, J., Burkert, S., Daig, I. & Heckhausen, J. (2015). Calibrating independence goals and partner support: Couples adjust to functional limitations after tumor surgery. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 7(2), 167-187.

Lippke, S., Fleig, L., Wiedemann, A. U. & Schwarzer, R. (2015). A computerized lifestyle application to promote multiple health behaviors at the workplace: Testing its behavioral and psychological effects. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 17(10), No. e225.

de Bruijn, G.-J., Wiedemann, A. & Rhodes, R. E. (2014). An investigation into the relevance of action planning, theory of planned behaviour concepts, and automaticity for fruit intake action control. British Journal of Health Psychology, 19(3), 652-669.

Fodor, D. P., Antoni, C. H., Wiedemann, A. U. & Burkert, S. (2014). Healthy eating at different risk levels for job stress: Testing a moderated mediation. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 19(2), 259-267.

Knoll, N., Wiedemann, A. U., Schultze, M., Schrader, M. & Heckhausen, J. (2014). Prostate cancer patients gradually advance goals for rehabilitation after radical prostatectomy: Applying a lines-of-defense model to rehabilitation. Psychology and Aging, 29(4), 787-792.

Wiedemann, A. U., Gardner, B., Knoll, N. & Burkert, S. (2014). Intrinsic rewards, fruit and vegetable consumption, and habit strength: A three-wave study testing the associative-cybernetic model. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 6(1), 119-134.

Wiedemann, A. U., Lippke, S. & Schwarzer, R. (2012). Multiple plans and memory performance: results of a randomized controlled trial targeting fruit and vegetable intake. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 35(4), 387-392.

Wiedemann, A. U., Lippke, S., Reuter, T., Ziegelmann, J. P. & Schüz, B. (2011). The more the better? The number of plans predicts health behaviour change. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 3(1), 87-106.

Wiedemann, A. U., Lippke, S., Reuter, T., Ziegelmann, J. P. & Schwarzer, R. (2011). How planning facilitates behaviour change: Additive and interactive effects of a randomized controlled trial. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(1), 42-51.

Fleig, L., Lippke, S., Wiedemann, A. U., Ziegelmann, J. P., Reuter, T. & Gravert, C. (2010). Förderung von körperlicher Aktivität im betrieblichen Kontext. Ein randomisiertes Kontrollgruppen-Design zur Untersuchung von stadienspezifischen Interventionseffekten. Zeitschrift für Gesundheitspsychologie, 18(2), 69-78.

Reuter, T., Ziegelmann, J. P., Wiedemann, A. U., Geiser, C., Lippke, S., Schüz, B. & Schwarzer, R. (2010). Changes in intentions, planning, and self-efficacy predict changes in behaviors. An application of latent true change modeling. Journal of Health Psychology, 15(6), 935-947.

Reuter, T., Ziegelmann, J. P., Wiedemann, A. U., Lippke, S., Schüz, B. & Aiken, L. S. (2010). Planning bridges the intention-behaviour gap: Age makes a difference and strategy use explains why. Psychology and Health, 25(7), 873-887.

Richert, J., Reuter, T., Wiedemann, A. U., Lippke, S., Ziegelmann, J. & Schwarzer, R. (2010). Differential effects of planning and self-efficacy on fruit and vegetable consumption. Appetite, 54(3), 611-614.

Schwarzer, R., Richert, J., Kreausukon, P., Remme, L., Wiedemann, A. U. & Reuter, T. (2010). Translating intentions into nutrition behaviors via planning requires self-efficacy: Evidence from Thailand and Germany. International Journal of Psychology, 45(4), 260-268.

Lippke, S., Wiedemann, A. U., Ziegelmann, J. P., Reuter, T. & Schwarzer, R. (2009). Self-efficacy moderates the mediation of intentions into behavior via plans. American Journal of Health Behavior, 33(5), 521-529.

Schüz, B., Wiedemann, A.U., Mallach, N. & Scholz, U. (2009). Effects of a short behavioural intervention for dental flossing: randomized-controlled trial on planning when, where and how. Journal of Clinical Periodontology, 36, 498-505.

Schüz, B., Sniehotta, F. F., Mallach, N., Wiedemann, A. U. & Schwarzer, R. (2009). Predicting transitions from preintentional, intentional and actional stages of change. Health Education Research, 24(1), 64-75.

Wiedemann, A. U., Schüz, B., Sniehotta, F., Scholz, U. & Schwarzer, R. (2009). Disentangling the relation between intentions, planning, and behaviour: A moderated mediation analysis. Psychology and Health, 24(1), 67-79.

Wiedemann, A. U. (2009). Zahnhygiene. In J. Bengel & M. Jerusalem (Hrsg.), Handbuch der Gesundheitspsychologie und Medizinischen Psychologie (S. 273-280). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Wiedemann, A. U., Lippke, S., Reuter, T., Schüz, B., Ziegelmann, J. P. & Schwarzer, R. (2009). Prediction of stage transitions in fruit and vegetable intake. Health Education Research, 24(4), 596-607.

Wiedemann, A. U. (2009). Health behaviour change: Differential effects of planning processes. Dissertation, Freie Universität, Fachbereich Erziehungswissenschaft und Psychologie, Berlin.

Reuter, T., Ziegelmann, J. P., Wiedemann, A. U. & Lippke, S. (2008). Dietary planning as a mediator of the intention-behavior relation: An experimental-causal-chain design. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 57, 194-207.

Wiedemann, A. U. & Lippke, S. (2008). Gesundheitspsychologische Förderung von körperlicher Aktivität. In M. K. W. Schweer (Hrsg.), Sport in Deutschland. Bestandsaufnahmen und Perspektiven (S. 33-53). Frankfurt a. M.: Lang.

Lippke, S. & Wiedemann, A. U. (2007). Sozial-kognitive Theorien und Modelle zur Beschreibung und Veränderung von Sport und körperlicher Bewegung - ein Überblick. Zeitschrift für Sportpsychologie, 14(4), 139-148.

Schüz, B., Sniehotta, F. F., Wiedemann, A. & Seemann, R. (2006). Adherence to a daily flossing regimen in university students: effects of planning when, where, how and what to do in the face of barriers. Journal of Clinical Periodontology, 33(9), 612-619.

Wiedemann, A., Busjahn, A., Heinrich, B., Listing, J., Mueller, W. & Richter-Heinrich, E. (1994). State versus action orientation after failure: Prevalence of coping strategies and related personality factors in two groups of hypertensives (with and without antihypertensive medication). In J. Kuhl & J. Beckmann (Eds.), Volition and personality. Action versus state orientation (pp. 267-280). Göttingen: Hogrefe & Huber.



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