Balanced: a randomised trial examining the efficacy of two self-monitoring methods for an app-based multi-behaviour intervention to improve physical activity, sitting and sleep in adults

@inproceedings{Duncan2016BalancedAR,
  title={Balanced: a randomised trial examining the efficacy of two self-monitoring methods for an app-based multi-behaviour intervention to improve physical activity, sitting and sleep in adults},
  author={Mitch J. Duncan and Corneel Vandelanotte and Stewart Trost and Amanda L. Rebar and Naomi Louise Rogers and Nicola W Burton and Beatrice Murawski and Anna T Rayward and Sasha Fenton and Wendy J Brown},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Many adults are insufficiently physically active, have prolonged sedentary behaviour and report poor sleep. These behaviours can be improved by interventions that include education, goal setting, self-monitoring, and feedback strategies. Few interventions have explicitly targeted these behaviours simultaneously or examined the relative efficacy of different self-monitoring methods. METHODS/DESIGN This study aims to compare the efficacy of two self-monitoring methods in an app-based… CONTINUE READING
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