Self-Regulation in Oral Hygiene Behaviors in Adults with Gingivitis: The Mediating Role of Coping Planning and Action Control.

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Summary of "Self-Regulation in Oral Hygiene Behaviors in Adults with Gingivitis: The Mediating Role of Coping Planning and Action Control."

This study investigates the joint role of volitional predictors of oral hygiene behaviors of flossing and brushing in adults with gingivitis, framed by the Health Action Process Approach model (HAPA).


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Name: International journal of dental hygiene
ISSN: 1601-5037


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