Exploring Breaks in Sedentary Behavior of Older Adults Immediately After Receiving Personalized Haptic Feedback: Intervention Study.

Last updated on 22-1-2022 by Ruben Brondeel

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BACKGROUND: “Push” components of mobile health interventions may be promising to create conscious awareness of habitual sedentary behavior; however, the effect of these components on the near-time, proximal outcome, being breaks in sedentary behavior immediately after receiving a push notification, is still unknown, especially in older adults. OBJECTIVE: The aims of this study are to examine if older adults break their sedentary behavior immediately after receiving personalized haptic feedback on prolonged sedentary behavior and if the percentage of breaks differs depending on the time o…

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