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Using Feedback to Promote Physical Activity: The Role of the Feedback Sign

Using Feedback to Promote Physical Activity: The Role of the Feedback Sign

These results suggest the existence of further variables that may mediate or moderate the effect of feedback on behavior.Behavioral theories provide a detailed specification of causal processes that lead to behavior change and can thus help to understand how

Jan-Niklas Kramer, Tobias Kowatsch

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(6):e192


The Development of Complex Digital Health Solutions: Formative Evaluation Combining Different Methodologies

The Development of Complex Digital Health Solutions: Formative Evaluation Combining Different Methodologies

Intervention theories are defined as presuppositions of how an intervention may impact a given situation by changing or preserving it in ways that are preferable or not preferable to a situation without the intervention or with another intervention [9].Initially

Anne Lee, Marianne Sandvei, Hans Christian Asmussen, Marie Skougaard, Joanne Macdonald, Jakub Zavada, Henning Bliddal, Peter C Taylor, Henrik Gudbergsen

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(7):e165


A Values-Tailored Web-Based Intervention for New Mothers to Increase Infant Vaccine Uptake: Development and Qualitative Study

A Values-Tailored Web-Based Intervention for New Mothers to Increase Infant Vaccine Uptake: Development and Qualitative Study

To do this, we developed our intervention based on evidence-based health behavior theories and included tailoring in both standard (ie, gender, primary vaccination beliefs, and concerns) and novel (personal values) domains.

Amanda Dempsey, Bethany M Kwan, Nicole M Wagner, Jennifer Pyrzanowski, Sarah E Brewer, Carter Sevick, Komal Narwaney, Kenneth Resnicow, Jason Glanz

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(3):e15800


Theories Predicting End-User Acceptance of Telemedicine Use: Systematic Review

Theories Predicting End-User Acceptance of Telemedicine Use: Systematic Review

Lai gives a comprehensive review on existing technology acceptance models and theories [35].

Lorenz Harst, Hendrikje Lantzsch, Madlen Scheibe

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(5):e13117


An Internet-Based Intervention (Mamma Mia) for Postpartum Depression: Mapping the Development from Theory to Practice

An Internet-Based Intervention (Mamma Mia) for Postpartum Depression: Mapping the Development from Theory to Practice

strategies such as “being with baby” and the principle of “wait, watch, and wonder,” the woman may prevent the spiraling of such vicious transactional cycles.In the wider context, this matrix of change objectives functioned as a backbone for the selection of theories

Filip Drozd, Silje Marie Haga, Håvar Brendryen, Kari Slinning

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(4):e120


Exploring User Learnability and Learning Performance in an App for Depression: Usability Study

Exploring User Learnability and Learning Performance in an App for Depression: Usability Study

Apps intended for instruction are skills-based, such that they enable the practice of specific intervention skills in a user’s own daily environment (ie, practicing a skill on a mobile device during daily life).One such skills-based app is Thought Challenger

Colleen Stiles-Shields, Enid Montague, Emily G Lattie, Stephen M Schueller, Mary J Kwasny, David C Mohr

JMIR Hum Factors 2017;4(3):e18


Effects of a Mobile App Called Quittr, Which Utilizes Premium Currency and Games Features, on Improving Engagement With Smoking Cessation Intervention: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Effects of a Mobile App Called Quittr, Which Utilizes Premium Currency and Games Features, on Improving Engagement With Smoking Cessation Intervention: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

An additional user was excluded for submitting unrealistic results, leaving us with 87 participants in the control group and 88 in the intervention group (N=175), although 23 did not submit survey responses beyond age and gender (12 in control and 11 in intervention

Ivan Bindoff, Tristan R Ling, Peter Gee, Benjamin Geelan, Stuart G Ferguson, Gregory M Peterson

JMIR Serious Games 2020;8(4):e23734