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Social psychology theories have been used to promote breast cancer awareness by providing a framework for understanding and influencing behavior. Theories such as the Health Belief Model and Social Cognitive Theory can be used to identify factors that might motivate individuals to engage in health-related behaviors, such as getting regular mammograms or self-exams. For example, using the Health Belief Model, researchers can examine how beliefs about susceptibility and severity of disease may influence an individual’s decision to pursue preventive measures. Meanwhile, Social Cognitive Theory looks at how people learn from observing others and can be used to design interventions aimed at increasing individual engagement in breast cancer prevention activities. Additionally, Bandura’s concept of self-efficacy is useful for exploring how individuals perceive their own capabilities with respect to complex decisions surrounding health care. These social psychological theories provide valuable insight into why certain behaviors are adopted or not adopted which can help inform effective strategies for promoting breast cancer awareness.