There is no standardized TPB-questionnaire because the theory’s author recommends constructing a new set of questions suitable for the specific behavior and population of interest. Therefore, our TPB-questionnaire was constructed according to a manual, as suggested in the literature [53]. All items were developed in English to match the manual’s recommendations, and we used forward and backward translation to maintain conceptual equivalence of the questionnaire in German. All items were pre-tested with 21 people from the general public to ensure comprehensibility and face-validity and were modified when necessary. The instrument used among visitors included 42 TPB-items and the one used among patients contained 67 TPB-items. To ensure construct validity, a Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) was performed for each target group to ensure that all items included in the scales to measure the TPB model's latent variables had at least a standardized factor loading of 0.40. Items with lower standardized factor loadings were dropped, leaving 18 TPB-items among visitors and 45 among patients. The data fit well with the original four-factor TPB structure.

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