Selection of and Response to Physical Activity--Based Social Comparisons in a Digital Environment: Series of Daily Assessment Studies

Danielle Arigo, Robert C Gray, Diane H Dallal, Jennifer Villareale, Jichen Zhu

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Abstract

Capturing physical activity–based social comparison preferences is feasible in an adaptive digital environment, and day-to-day differences in preferences for social comparison targets are associated with day-to-day changes in physical activity motivation and behavior. Findings show that participants only sometimes focus on the comparison opportunities that support their physical activity motivation or behavior, which helps explain previous, equivocal findings regarding the benefits of physical activity–based comparisons. Additional investigation of day-level determinants of comparison selections and responses is needed to fully understand how best to harness comparison processes in digital tools to promote physical activity.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftJMIR Human Factors
Vol/bind10
Sider (fra-til)e41239
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2023

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