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Table 2 Study characteristics and E-diary items

From: The context matters - not all prolonged sitting bouts are equally related to momentary affective states: an ambulatory assessment with sedentary-triggered E-diaries

  Study 1 Study 2 Study 3 Study 4
Duration [days] 5 5 4 4
Days Wednesday-Sunday Wednesday-Sunday Thursday-Sunday Monday-Thursday
Participants 57 106 76 69
Accelerometer [wear position] Thigh worn move 3 Thigh-worn move 4 Thigh-worn move 3 Thigh-worn move 3
Smartphone Motorola Moto G Nokia 6 Motorola Moto G Motorola Moto G
Sampling Scheme Mixed sampling (Random and Triggered e-diaries) Mixed sampling (Random and Triggered e-diaries) Triggered e-diaries Triggered e-diaries
Sedentary trigger 30 min 30 min 20 min 20 min
Time out phase Minimum: 40 min
Maximum: 100 min
50 20 min 20 min
Prompt frequency Unlimited Maximum: 6 per day Unlimited Unlimited
EMA items
Mood Visual analog scale (0-100) Visual analog scale (0-100) Likert scale (1-6) Likert scale (1-6)
Environmental context (response options) Where are you currently?
(home, work, restaurant, shopping, bus/train, leisure activities, family members, at friends/partners, doctor appointment, exercise, other)
Where are you currently?
(At home, workplace, leisure, transport)
Where are you currently?
(workplace, canteen, at home, restaurant, bus/train, car, other)
To which domain would you assign your current sedentary activity?
(work, leisure, home, transport)
Social context (response options) Are you alone at the moment?
(yes, no)
Are you alone at the moment?
(yes, no)
With whom?
(alone, colleagues, friends, family, strangers,other)
With whom?
(alone, colleagues, friends, family, strangers, other)