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Objective. Observed variation in health behavior may be attributable to socio-demographic variables. We tested the hypothesis that variability related to socio-demographic constructs may be linked to variation in social cognition determinants of health behavior. A proposed model in which effects of socio-demographic variables (age, education level, gender, income) on health behavior participation was mediated by social cognition constructs was tested. Design. Model effects were tested indoi:10.31234/osf.io/rfx9d fatcat:a2kvd3b7j5hmnebicz3tx6buhe