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Vandelanotte & De Bourdeaudhuij, Feasibility & Acceptability

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Measure Name: Vandelanotte & De Bourdeaudhuij, Feasibility & Acceptability
Measure Type: Scale
Construct: Feasibility
Primary Content Area: not specified
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Brief Description: Acceptability and feasibility are assessed using five-point Likert scales (ranging from 1=‘I don’t agree at all’ to 5=‘I totally agree’) about intervention questions: ‘I think the intervention questions are comprehensible, logical, in good order, easily readable,...’ (9 items); about the physical activity advice: ‘I think the physical activity advice is interesting, credible, logical, comprehensible, personal relevant, confusing, complete, too long,...’ (12 items); concerning the action plan: ‘I think the action plan is relevant, credible, complete, well-styled, logical,...’ (10 items); and, finally, about using a computer for this intervention: ‘I think the computer program is user-friendly, clear, a good choice for this intervention, well-styled,...’ (9 items). Total of 39 questions (see Table II in main reference article for individual items).
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Target Population: General population
Mode of Administration: Who Administered: Self-Administered
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(Last Updated: 4/24/2012 1:24:03 PM by Michelle Henton)

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