If a behavior change program is to be effective, careful consideration needs to be given to strategy development. As noted previously, too often behavioral change programs are based on hunches rather than solid information regarding the barriers and benefits to a behavior. Furthermore, the methods that are utilized in these progams are frequently not based on best knowledge from the social sciences regarding how to facilitate changes in behavior. When programs are not based on a solid f…

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