Journal article

Examining moderators of the effectiveness of a web- and video-based computer-tailored physical activity intervention.

Quyen G To, Mitch J Duncan, Camille E Short, Ronald C Plotnikoff, W Kerry Mummery, Stephanie Alley, Stephanie Schoeppe, Amanda Rebar, Corneel Vandelanotte

Preventive Medicine Reports | Published : 2021


Understanding for whom behaviour change interventions work is important, however there is a lack of studies examining potential moderators in such interventions. This study investigated potential moderators on the effectiveness of a computer-tailored intervention to increase physical activity among Australian adults. People who had <150 min of moderate-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) a week, able to speak and read English, aged ≥18 years, lived in Australia, and had internet access were eligible to participate. Participants recruited through social media, emails, and third-party databases, were randomly assigned to either the control (n = 167) or intervention groups (n = 334). Physical act..

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