Prestwich et al., 2005, Study 1: Planning when and where to breast self-examine increased its likelihood among female undergraduates one to six months later
Prestwich, A., Conner, M., Lawton, R., Bailey, W., Litman, J., & Molyneaux, V. (2005). Individual and collaborative implementation intentions and the promotion of breast self-examination. Psychology and Health, 20(6), 743-760.Download PDF
Female undergraduates were asked to decide where and when they would perform a breast self-exam and to commit to doing so. This increased the number of breast self-exams women reported performing one and six months later.