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Fig. 6 | Journal of Foot and Ankle Research

Fig. 6

From: Behaviour change approaches for individuals with diabetes to improve foot self-management: a scoping review

Fig. 6

Number and proportion of studies categorised according to sources of behaviour. Detailed legend: The following descriptors are taken from Michie [29]. 1. Physical capability can be achieved through physical skill development with is the focus of training or potentially through enabling interventions such as medication surgery or prostheses. 2. Psychological capability can be achieved through imparting knowledge or understanding training emotional cognitive and / or behavioural sills or through enabling interventions such as medication. 3. Reflective motivation can be achieved through increasing knowledge and understanding eliciting positive (or negative) feelings about behavioural target. 4. Autonomic motivation can be achieved through associative learning that elicit positive (or negative feelings and impulses and counter-impulses relating to the behavioural target, imitative learning, habit formation or direct influences on automatic motivational processes. 5. Physical and social opportunity can be achieved through environmental change [29]

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