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Table 4 Matrix of performance objectives and determinants for 'Stay Motivated'

From: Evidence, theory and context - using intervention mapping to develop a school-based intervention to prevent obesity in children

   Personal Determinants External Determinants
Performance Objectives Knowledge/
Self-efficacy Self-awareness Taste Familiarity Preference Perceived norms Family support, Modelling Reinforcement Availability
G Monitor goals 55Produces a personal monitoring chart
56Knows 80/20 message
57Shows confidence in monitoring goals 58Completes personal monitoring chart   59Perceives peers are monitoring goals 60Receives reinforcement from teachers and parents for monitoring goals  
Assess barriers to goal achievement
61Knows how their environment affects their choices
62Knows how personal temptations have affected achieving goals
63Plans new strategies to overcome barriers
64Shows confidence to overcome barriers experienced 65Records barriers and strategies   66Perceives peers planning strategies 67Receives reinforcement from teachers and parents 68Increases in availability and access to healthy snacks and drinks at home
Adapt goals
69Knows if goals are SMART
70Knows how to adapt goals
71Shows confidence to adapt goals based on experience     72Receives social reinforcement from parents for being motivated 73Increases in active leisure opportunities and healthy snacks and drinks at home
  1. SMART goals - goals that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time-based