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Designing for psychological change: individuals' reward and cost valuations in weight management.
BACKGROUND: Knowledge of the psychological constructs that underlie behavior offers valuable design opportunities for persuasive systems. We use the decision theory, which describes how behavior is underpinned by reward-cost ...
Online stroke forum as source of data for qualitative research: insights from a comparison with patients' interviews.
OBJECTIVE: To determine the appropriateness of an online forum compared with face-to-face interviews as a source of data for qualitative research on adherence to secondary prevention medications after stroke. DESIGN: A ...
'You started something … then I continued by myself': a qualitative study of physical activity maintenance.
BACKGROUND: Most mid-life and older adults are not achieving recommended physical activity (PA) targets and effective interventions are needed to increase and maintain PA long-term for health benefits. The Pedometer And ...
Attitudes and behaviours of adolescents towards antibiotics and self-care for respiratory tract infections: a qualitative study.
BACKGROUND: To understand attitudes and behaviours of adolescents towards antibiotics, antimicrobial resistance and respiratory tract infections. DESIGN: Qualitative approach informed by the Theory of Planned Behaviour. ...
Barriers and facilitators to adherence to secondary stroke prevention medications after stroke: analysis of survivors and caregivers views from an online stroke forum.
OBJECTIVE: To identify barriers and facilitators of medication adherence in patients with stroke along with their caregivers. DESIGN: Qualitative thematic analysis of posts about secondary prevention medications, informed ...