Published on in Vol 4, No 3 (2016): Jul-Sept

Increasing Nonsedentary Behaviors in University Students Using Text Messages: Randomized Controlled Trial

Increasing Nonsedentary Behaviors in University Students Using Text Messages: Randomized Controlled Trial

Increasing Nonsedentary Behaviors in University Students Using Text Messages: Randomized Controlled Trial

Authors of this article:

Emma Cotten 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Harry Prapavessis 1 Author Orcid Image

Journals

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  14. Sui W, Prapavessis H. Standing Up for Student Health: An Application of the Health Action Process Approach for Reducing Student Sedentary Behavior-Randomised Control Pilot Trial. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being 2018;10(1):87 View
  15. Keahey R, White N, Duchesne A, Pelletier C. A theory-grounded text message–based intervention to reduce sedentary behaviour in university students. Health Education Journal 2021:001789692110071 View
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