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Table 1 Eligibility Criteria

From: Interventions targeting conscious determinants of human behaviour to reduce the demand for meat: a systematic review with qualitative comparative analysis

  Inclusion criteria Exclusion criteria
Population All are eligible except those listed in the exclusion criteria. People diagnosed with clinical condition(s) for which it is required to consume specific amounts of meat.
Intervention Interventions targeting conscious determinants of human behaviour to reduce the demand for meat, including information provision, motivational interviewing, and interventions aiding self-regulatory processes. Dietary interventions aiming to promote a general dietary pattern (e.g. interventions promoting the Mediterranean dietary pattern) and interventions restructuring elements of the physical microenvironment (e.g. pricing, positioning, or portion size).
Comparator In order of preference (1) no- or minimal-intervention controls, (2) pre-intervention baseline, or (3) other eligible intervention(s). Interventions not fulfilling the eligibility criteria.
Outcome Objective or self-reported measures of demand for meat, defined as actual or intended consumption, purchase, or selection of meat in real or virtual environments. We extracted data pertaining to the follow-up closest to the intervention completion and to the longest available follow-up, with the former representing our primary outcome. N/A