Forberger, S. et al.Nudging to move: A scoping review of the use of choice architecture interventions to promote physical activity in the general population

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Sarah Forberger, Lucia A. Reisch, Teresa Kampfmann & Hajo Zeeb

Release date:
December 2019

International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Volume 16, Article number 77

Nudges are used to alter lifestyles and thus curb the rise of non-communicable diseases. Physical activity is a core prevention strategy to reduce the burden of non-communicable diseases. This paper aims to give an overview of the scope of interventions using choice architecture techniques to promote physical activity at the population levels and identify research gaps by analysing the different approaches in terms of class and type of intervention used.

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