Published on in Vol 9, No 4 (2021): April

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/23649, first published .
Quality, Features, and Presence of Behavior Change Techniques in Mobile Apps Designed to Improve Physical Activity in Pregnant Women: Systematic Search and Content Analysis

Quality, Features, and Presence of Behavior Change Techniques in Mobile Apps Designed to Improve Physical Activity in Pregnant Women: Systematic Search and Content Analysis

Quality, Features, and Presence of Behavior Change Techniques in Mobile Apps Designed to Improve Physical Activity in Pregnant Women: Systematic Search and Content Analysis

Melanie Hayman 1*, PhD;  Kristie-Lee Alfrey 1, BPsycSc(Hons);  Summer Cannon 1, BPsycSc(Hons);  Stephanie Alley 1, PhD;  Amanda L Rebar 1, PhD;  Susan Williams 1, PhD;  Camille E Short 2, PhD;  Abby Altazan 3, MSc;  Natalie Comardelle 3, BSc;  Sinead Currie 4, PhD;  Caitlin Denton 3, BSc;  Cheryce L Harrison 5, PhD;  Tayla Lamerton 6, PhD;  Gabriela P Mena 6, MD;  Lisa Moran 5, PhD;  Michelle Mottola 7, PhD;  Taniya S Nagpal 8;  Lisa Vincze 9, PhD;  Stephanie Schoeppe 1, PhD

1 School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences, CQUniversity , Rockhampton , AU

2 School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne , Melbourne , AU

3 Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University , Baton Rouge, LA, US

4 Division of Psychology, Stirling University , Scotland , GB

5 School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University , Melbourne , AU

6 School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences, University of Queensland , Brisbane , AU

7 Faculty of Health Sciences in Kinesiology, University of Western Ontario , London, ON, CA

8 School of Human Kinetics, University of Ottawa , Ottawa, ON, CA

9 School of Allied Health Sciences - Nutrition and Dietetics, Griffith University , Gold Coast , AU

*these authors contributed equally

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