Development of a Time Use Intervention Using Mobile Phones to Promote Physical Activity in Youth[span]Electronic experience sampling ofr physical activity context measurement[/span]
NEU mHealth Group Investigators[span]Stephen Intille, Jennifer Beaudin[/span]
Collaborators[span]Genevieve Dunton (PI) (University of Southern California)[/span]
Sponsors[span]This work is sponsored by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation[/span]
Is it possible to use mobile devices for electronic ecological momentary assessment in order to gather information about the contexts that influence youth physical activity and sedentary behavior?. In this work we’ve shown that children are capable of using mobile devices to provide information about physical activity, suggesting the validity of the tool that may help accelerate future reearch.
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