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Table 2 BCT coding and frequency

From: Using computer, mobile and wearable technology enhanced interventions to reduce sedentary behaviour: a systematic review and meta-analysis

BCT LABEL Ashe 2015 Barwais 2013 Biddle 2015 Carr 2013 Danquah 2016a de Cocker 2016a Donath 2015a Dutta 2014a Evans 2012a Judice 2015 Laska 2016 Maher 2015 Mainsbridge 2014a Pedersen 2014a Schuna 2014a Urda 2016a Van Berkel 2014a Total coded (whole intervention) Total coded (technology)
1. Goals and planning                   25 10
1.1. Goal setting (behaviour)   x x   x x      x x      x 7 5
1.2. Problem solving xx   xx   x      x x     x   x 9 2
1.4. Action planning x   x    x       x       4 2
1.5. Review behaviour goal(s) x   xx               x 4 1
1.7. Review outcome goal(s)      x              1 0
2. Feedback and monitoring                   10 8
2.2. Feedback on behaviour    x    x             2 1
2.3. Self-monitoring of behaviour   x x x       x x x x x     8 7
3. Social support                   13 8
3.1. Social support (unspecified) x x xxx x x      x xx       xx 12 7
3.2. Social support (practical)                x    1 1
4. Shaping knowledge                   15 4
4.1. Instruction on how to perform the behaviour xx   x x x x    xx xx xx   x x   x   15 4
5. Natural consequences                   9 1
5.1. Information about health consequences    x   xx x    xx     x x   x   9 1
6. Comparison of behaviour                   2 1
6.1. Demonstration of the behaviour               x     1 0
6.2. Social comparison            x        1 1
7. Associations                   11 10
7.1. Prompts/cues    x x x   x x x x    x x x x   11 10
8. Repetition and substitution                   6 0
8.2. Behaviour substitution x     x       x        3 0
8.7. Graded tasks x     x    x           3 0
9. Comparison of outcomes                   1 1
9.1. Credible source            x        1 1
10. Reward and threat                   0 0
11. Regulation                   0 0
12. Antecedents                   12 3
12.3. Avoidance/reducing exposure to cues for the behaviour            x        1 0
12.5. Adding objects to the environment xx x x xx x   x x   x      x    11 3
13. Identity                   0 0
14. Scheduled consequences                   0 0
15. Self-belief                   1 0
15.1. Verbal persuasion about capability      x              1 0
16. Covert learning                   0 0
  1. BCT Behaviour change technique, x coded as part of the technology aspect, x coded as part of intervention (non-technology aspects)
  2. adenotes interventions targeting workplace sitting