Decreasing Sedentary Behaviour and Subjective Well-Being
“The Effect of Experimentally Decreasing Sedentary Behaviour on Subjective Well-being”
This study will explore the causality between outcomes of subjective well-being and sedentary behavior, through experimentally decreasing the sedentary behavior levels of university students. Half of the eligible participants will receive a behavioral counseling intervention to increase non-sedentary behavior over one week, while the other half will receive no instructions. After one week, all participants will receive no instructions and continue to wear the inclinometer for another week.
Behavioral - HAPA behavioural counseling
Behavioural counseling grounded in the Health Action Process Approach (i.e., action planning and coping planning) to reduce sedentary behaviour.
The Effect of Experimentally Decreasing Sedentary Behaviour on Subjective Well-being