Annelies Goris

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The growing number of people with an inactive lifestyle emphasizes the need for highly persuasive physical activity interventions. Modern technological developments bring great promise for the realization of such large-scale persuasive behavior change interventions because they allow for user tailored interaction. For the effective tailoring of(More)
BACKGROUND Comparisons of objectively measured physical activity (PA) between residents of European countries measured concurrently with the same protocol are lacking. We aimed to compare PA between the seven European countries involved in the Food4Me Study, using accelerometer data collected remotely via the Internet. METHODS Of the 1607 participants(More)
BACKGROUND The high prevalence of physical inactivity worldwide calls for innovative and more effective ways to promote physical activity (PA). There are limited objective data on the effectiveness of Web-based personalized feedback on increasing PA in adults. OBJECTIVE It is hypothesized that providing personalized advice based on PA measured objectively(More)
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