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PhD student Juho Polet

Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences

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40600 Jyväskylä

juho.j.polet@student.jyu.fi

+358 40 805 4625

News

News

25.5.2019. IMPAct team Arto Laukkanen, Ilkka Vuori, Martin Hagger, and Taru Lintunen in the Conferment of Degrees at University of Jyväskylä – Promootio 2019.

23,5,2019 Richard Ryan inspecting the poster of IMPAct team

4.2.2019. Taru Lintunen as commentator in Let's move it closing seminar

11.9.2018. Editor agreement signed  with Cambridge University Press. Coming out 2020:

Hagger, Cameron, Hamilton, Hankonen & Lintunen: Handbook of Behavior Change

University of Jyväskylä

Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences

Current Research

Polet, J., Hassandra, M., Lintunen, T., Laukkanen, A., Hankonen, N., Hirvensalo, Tammelin, T & Hagger, MS (2019). Using Physical Education to Promote Out-of School Physical Activity in Lower Secondary School Students–A Randomized Controlled Trial Protocol. BMC Public Health,

https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-019-6478-x

 

Hagger, M. S., Polet, J., & Lintunen, T. (2018). The reasoned action approach applied to health behavior: Role of past behavior and tests of some key moderators using meta-analytic structural equation modeling. Social Science & Medicine, 213, 85-94.

 

Hagger, M. (manuscript). Imagery, Mental Simulations, and Mental Contrasting: A manual for Changing Behaviour. University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland.

Hagger, M. S., Chan, D. K. C., Protogerou, C., & Chatzisarantis, N. L. D. (2016). Using meta-analytic path analysis to test theoretical predictions in health behavior: An illustration based on meta-analyses of the theory of planned behavior. Preventive Medicine, 89, 154-161. doi: 10.1016/j.ypmed.2016.05.020

Hagger, M. S. (2017). Health behaviour and the reflective-impulsive model. In R. Deutsch, B. Gawronski & W. Hoffman (Eds.), Reflective and Impulsive Determinants of Human Behavior (pp. 157-172). New York: Routledge.

11.5.2018. IMPAct team and the teacher educators of the Petals -project Marjo Rantalainen (left) and Ulla Sirviö-Hyttinen (right)

2.11.2017. IMPAct team attended the National Health Psychology Conference and Research Symposium Helsinki between 31.10-2.11.2017. Matti Heino presented models of behaviour change techniques for physical activity 

IMPAct visited Vertical Health Accelerator and mentored start-ups in motivational and behavioural challenges on 15.9.2017.

19.9.2017. Sports Institutute of Kisakallio has created health skills program in collaboration with IMPAct team

5.9.2017. Juho Polet lectured in Firstbeat webinar about goal setting and intrinsic motivation (in Finnish)

29.8-2.9.2017 Martin Hagger presented in EHPS 2017 in Padova

1.9.2017 IMPAct organized Motivation symposium in national conference of Sport Sciences. Taru Lintunen and Heidi Pasi-Turpiainen gave oral presentations.

10-14.7.2017. Martin Hagger was keynote speaker in ISSP world congress of sport psychology. Martin Hagger, Taru Lintunen and Juho Polet also kept oral presentations. IMPAct had it's own symposium.

24.5.2017. IMPAct released a blog post (in Finnish) concerning motivation and goal setting in the highly popular forum by "Muscle Doctor" Juha Hulmi

10.5.2017. Taru Lintunen threw a lecture on how to create a good working environment in Vertical Health Accelerator

9.5.2017. IMPAct team tested the electrocardiography provided by cardiolyse

13.4.2017. Finnish Ministy of Education and Culture finances our research project Using Physical Education to Promote out-of-School Physical Activity in Lower Secondary School Students: A Randomized Controlled Intervention Based on Behavioural Theory  between 2017 - 2019.

IMPAct - Increasing Motivation for Physical Activity is a collaborative multi-national research initiative funded by the TEKES aimed at promoting motivation toward, and participation in, physical activity. The global objective of the project is to develop a new, innovative, motivational theoretical model of health behaviour, produce evidence-based materials to promote physical activity, and to develop a new measure of physical activity in group settings.

The project is led by Professor Martin S. Hagger and Professor Taru Lintunen. Research group consists of the experts in the fields of social and health sciences (health psychology, behavioural medicine, exercise psychology, physical activity, public health, and health promotion) and a consortium of partner organizations whose mission is to promote physical activity. The project headquarters is based in the Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.