Table 1: Alignment of theoretical constructs with simplified mediators in research content tables.

Motivational constructs

Knowledge(i) Behavioral beliefs1, outcome expectations2, perceived benefits3
(ii) Perceived risk (susceptibility + severity)2

Facilitators(i) Existing positive or strong 
(a) Behavioral beliefs1, outcome expectations2, perceived benefits3
(b) Outcome evaluations1, attitudes1, outcome expectancies2
(c) Perceived risk3
(d) Social norms1, social outcome expectations2
(e) Self-efficacy2,3, perceived behavioral control1

Barriers(i) Existing positive or strong 
(a) Behavioral beliefs1, outcome expectations2, perceived benefits3
(b) Outcome evaluations1, attitudes1, outcome expectancies2
(c) Perceived risk3
(d) Social norms1, social outcome expectancies2
(e) Self-efficacy2,3, perceived behavioral control1
(ii) Environmental constraints2,3

Capacity to act constructs

Knowledge(i) Behavioral capability (relevant background knowledge)1

Barriers(i) Increasing self-efficacy to overcome existing barriers2
(ii) Self-regulation2

Instruction(i) Behavioral capability2
(ii) Increase self-efficacy2

Theory of Planned Behavior.
2Social Cognitive Theory.
3Health Belief Model.