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Decreasing Bouts of Prolonged Sitting Among Office Workers
Health care costs of preventable diseases such as cardiovascular disease, type II diabetes, and obesity are higher than ever, and indicate the need for behavioral interventions. Research has shown that individuals who ...
Feedback and Effort: A Translational Study
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate an arrangement to establish feedback as more preferred when delivered after higher effort responding rather than lower effort responding. The study took place in the ...
The Effects of Feedback Statements versus Coaching Questions on Athlete Performance
Coaching is a term used frequently in behavioral and non-behavioral literature, yet often with a lack of clarity on form and function. One component of coaching is feedback, which is the most common intervention in ...
The Effects of Performance Feedback on Behavioral Self-Monitoring
Self-monitoring is a process in which an individual observes and records their own behavior. In the field of behavior analysis, there is limited research on behavioral self-monitoring (BSM) and the components that are ...
The Effects of Exaggerated Social Comparison Feedback on Work Performance
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of exaggerated social comparison feedback on work performance in an analogue setting. Following their first 15-minute session working on a simulated money transfer task, ...
Feedback and Social Comparison: The Effects of Comparing One's Performance to the Group
Although feedback has been shown to improve performance, few studies have examined the effect of feedback containing information on peer performance. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of feedback on ...