Table 1

Overall Efficacy of Prediction According to the Theoretical Framework Used

Fruit and Vegetable Intake

Fruit Intake

Vegetable Intake


Nb of Participants (Nb of Studies)

Random-Effect R2

Nb of Participants (Nb of Studies)

Random-Effect R2

Nb of Participants (Nb of Studies)

Random-Effect R2


Overall Efficacy of Prediction

...to model behaviour

31875 (16)

0.23

9120 (11)

0.19

8337 (9)

0.14

...to model intention

16717 (3)

0.34

1894 (4)

0.43

1267 (3)

0.31

Efficacy of Frameworks to Model Behaviour

SCT

2286 (3)

0.41

794 (1)

0.17

794 (1)

0.13

TPB

430 (2)

0.45

1309 (4)

0.28

526 (2)

0.101

HBM

1069 (1)

0.16

-

-

-

-

Multicomponent

28090 (10)

0.16

7017 (6)

0.15

7017 (6)

0.15

Efficacy of Frameworks to Model Intention

TPB

430 (2)

0.41

1894 (4)

0.43

1267 (3)

0.31

Multicomponent

16287 (1)

0.21

-

-

-

-


Note: Dashes indicate that no study was concerned.

1Non-significant heterogeneity. Significant heterogeneity was detected using Q test (p < 0.05) and degree of heterogeneity I2 > 75% in all other analyses.

Guillaumie et al. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2010 7:12   doi:10.1186/1479-5868-7-12

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