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Testing the theory underlying the success of point-of-choice prompts: A multi-component stair climbing intervention

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Objectives: Point-of-choice prompts consistently increase stair climbing in public access settings. This study investigated the single and combined effects of a volitional and motivational component of a stair climbing intervention to test the theory underlying the success of point-of-choice prompts. Design: Quasi-experimental, interrupted time series cross-over design. Methods: Ascending stair/escalator choices were observed in a UK tram station (n= 38,187). Baseline observations (2 weeks; s...

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Journal:
Psychology of Sport and Exercise
Volume:
13
Issue:
2
Pages:
126-132
Publication date:
2012-03-05
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ISSN:
1469-0292
URN:
uuid:5a8c6a24-0318-4f1a-b069-aed07413d6b1
Source identifiers:
350383
Local pid:
pubs:350383

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