Question no.Variable nameItem description
Salience and coherence: the perception that performing a health behavior is consistent with beliefs about how to protect and maintain health
C1Cc_senseColorectal cancer screening makes sense to me.
C3Cc_importHaving colorectal cancer screening is an important thing for me to do.
C4Cc_protectHaving colorectal cancer screening can help to protect my health.
C6Rcc_healthyI will be just as healthy if I avoid having colorectal cancer screening
Cancer worries: concerns about negative consequences of completing the behavior
C5Cc_abnormalI am afraid of having an abnormal colorectal cancer screening test result.
C8Cc_showI am worried that colorectal cancer screening will show that I have colorectal cancer or polyps.
Perceived susceptibility: subjective personal risk for developing colorectal cancer or polyps
C11Cc_chighThe chance that I might develop colorectal cancer is high.
C12Rcc_lowCompared with other persons my age, I am at lower risk for colorectal cancer.
C13Cc_likelyIt is very likely that I will develop colorectal cancer or polyps.
C15Cc_phighThe chances that I will develop colorectal polyps are high.
Response efficacy: the belief that adopting a behavior will be effective in reducing disease threat
C14Cc_preventedWhen colorectal polyps are found and removed, colorectal cancer can be prevented
C16Cc_earlyWhen colorectal cancer is found early, it can be cured.
Social influence: perceived beliefs about and desire to comply with key references' attitudes toward the behavior
C2Cc_famdoI want to do what members of my immediate family think I should do about colorectal cancer screening.
C7Cc_famthkMembers of my immediate family think I should have colorectal cancer screening.
C9Cc_drdoMy doctor or health professional thinks I should have colorectal cancer screening.
C10Cc_drthkI want to do what my doctor or health professional thinks I should do about colorectal cancer screening.