Adolescents Who Intend to Change Multiple Health Behaviours Choose Greater Exposure to an Internet-delivered Intervention

R.M.M. Crutzen*, J. de Nooijer, M.J.J.M. Candel, N.K. de Vries

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Despite a growth of Internet-delivered interventions, exposure rates to such interventions are still low. In total, 35,104 adolescents participated in the E-MOVO project: an Internet-delivered lifestyle intervention aimed at multiple health behaviours. By means of multilevel analyses, we demonstrated the relationship between intention to change behaviour and adolescents' exposure to E-MOVO's functionalities. There was a clustering of intention to change risk taking behaviours in an unhealthy way and energy balance-related behaviours in a healthy way. This should be taken into account with the design of Internet-delivered interventions. AD - Maastricht University, The Netherlands. FAU - Crutzen, Rik AU - Crutzen R FAU - de Nooijer, Jascha AU - de Nooijer J FAU - Candel, Math J J M AU - Candel MJ FAU - de Vries, Nanne K AU - de Vries NK LA - eng PT - Journal Article PL - England TA - J Health Psychol JT - Journal of health psychology JID - 9703616 SB - IM
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)906-11
JournalJournal of Health Psychology
Issue number7
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2008

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