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Synonyms for theory

Synonyms for theory

abstract reasoning

a belief used as the basis for action


something taken to be true without proof

Synonyms for theory

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In this study, unlike from the literature, boron oxide, borax decahydrate, boric acid and borax pentahydrate as boron sources were used to synthesize Triphenyl Borate (TPB).
The second section was designed based on behaviour TPB to evaluate attitude toward safe crossing (11 items), subjective norms that affect crossing behaviours (7 items), perceived behavioural control in safe crossing (6 items), behavioural intention to safe crossing (7 items) and crossing behaviours (7 items) (Table-1).
First, the TPB can be used to explain the behavioral intention to continue working out at public fitness and sports centers.
"The TPB would like our insights, feedback, and ideas!
TPB hypothesizes that perceived behavioral control can influence behavior indirectly, through intentions, and also directly.
Considering the lack of a standard questionnaire in this field, a study-specific instrument was developed on the basis of TPB resources and textbooks and the results of previous studies (19-21).
Like the TPB, the IBM identified intention, attitude, perceived norms and perceived behavior control as the most predictive factors for behavior change (Maibach & Yzer, 1995).
Given this premise, we developed an individually tailored GWG intervention to manage weight in overweight/obese pregnant women based on a model of energy balance that includes the theories of planned behavior (TPB) and selfregulation [13-19].
Legal dictionaries define a third-party beneficiary (TPB) as a person or entity who, though not a party to the contract, stands to benefit from the contracts performance.
Icek Ajzen (1985) proposed in the theory of planned behavior (TPB) that individual behavior is determined by behavioral intentions; influenced by an individual's attitude toward the behavior, subjective norms (how significant others might view the behavior), and the difficulty with which the behavior can be performed (behavioral control).
This study was guided by the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB; Ajzen, 1988).
The theory of planned behavior (TPB) (Ajzen, 1985, 1991, 2011; Ajzen & Madden, 1986) is one of the most widely used social-cognitive models explaining health-related behavioral intentions (e.g., B.