Table 1: Mean differences in behavioral, normative, and control beliefs for students’ willingness to access CAT training for future integration into their psychology practice.

WillingnessLowb willingnessHighb willingness

Behavioural beliefsa 𝑛 = 2 9 𝑛 = 7 5

Being able to offer a more holistic approach to therapy4.385.52***
Clients feeling pressured to experience CAT3.903.37
Being able to avoid the use of medications where they are unnecessary or unwanted by the client4.385.25***
Compromising my professional reputation3.973.31
𝑃 < . 0 1 2 a

Normative beliefs 𝑛 = 3 0 𝑛 = 7 6

Your clients4.134.89***
Complementary or alternative practitioners4.875.64***
Professional organisations3.474.07
𝑃 < . 0 1 6 a

Control beliefs 𝑛 = 3 0 𝑛 = 7 6

Lack of knowledge about relevant CAT4.975.45
Lack of scientific evidence in support of CAT5.334.88
Absence of clear legal/professional bodies guidelines5.204.93
𝑃 < . 0 1 6 a

aBonferroni adjustments used to control for familywise type 1 error.
bLow and high willingness groups were created based on a split at the scale midpoint. The different ratios of 𝑛 values between the intention groups across the three TPB belief-based categories reflect the presence of missing data.