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Hauptsachtitel:
Exploring the impact of environmental cues on fruit and vegetable consumption in young adults: a randomized controlled pilot.
Erscheinungsort:
Victoria, British Columbia
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Victoria, British Columbia, Univ., M. Sc., 2015
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Abstract: University students have low levels of fruit and vegetable consumption (FVC). There is a paucity of research about changing FVC in this population, including the specific use of environmental cues to influence behaviour change. The purpose of this research was to investigate the effect of a cue (a modified plate design and/or plate size) on FVC while exploring explicit cognitions and attitudes in first year undergraduates. Methods: This study utilized an experimental pre-post randomized control group design across six weeks, with two recruitment waves. First year full-time University students living off campus and consuming less than six servings of fruits and vegetables were eligible. Participants (n=39) were randomly assigned to intervention with an 8-inch dinner plate displaying recommended portion sizes, with an 8-inch dinner plate with no design, or a control group. All participants completed a food frequency questionnaire (FFQ), 24-hour food recall (24Hr), demographics, anthropometry and intentions toward FVC, with intervention groups receiving a lesson on Canada's Food Guide in addition to their plate.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Supervisory Committee
Abstract
Table of Contents
List of Tables
List of Figures
Acknowledgments
Dedication

Chapter 1: Introduction and Literature Review
Introduction
Physical Benefits from High Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Psychological Benefits from High Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Determinants of Health in University Students
Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Students
Predictors of low FVC Among University Students
Fruit and Vegetable Interventions in University Students
Behaviour Economics, Environmental Cues and Implicit Processes
Summary
References

Chapter 2: Manuscript
Introduction
Methods
Research Design
Sampling
Participants
Instruments
Manipulation Check & Process Evaluation
Intervention
Data Analysis
Results
Baseline Descriptives
Baseline Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Changes in Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Manipulation Check & Process Evaluation
Discussion
References

Chapter 3: Further research on behavioural constructs
Introduction and Purpose
Methods
Data Analysis
Results
Discussion
References

Chapter 4: Conclusion
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