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MOTIVES FOR RUNNING AND PERCEIVED IMPORTANCE OF APPLICATION FUNCTIONALITIES: A COMPARISON OF FAST AND SLOW RUNNERS

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MOTIVES FOR RUNNING AND PERCEIVED IMPORTANCE OF APPLICATION FUNCTIONALITIES: A COMPARISON OF FAST AND SLOW RUNNERS

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Samenvatting

Zojuist heb ik ook voor het EASM congres in Dublin (in september) een abstract gesubmit over de Dam tot Damloop data. Dit is een bijdrage voor de workshop van Marije over apps onderzoek. Het is deels vergelijkbaar met het eerdere abstract, alleen uitgebreider en er zijn nu analyses voor de follow-up vragenlijst toegevoegd.
In de bijlage heb ik het abstract toegevoegd.
Joan Dallinga

Aim
The first aim was to examine differences in motives for running and perceived importance of app functionalities between fast and slow runners. The second aim was to examine differences in intention to participate in running, how apps were used, and expected effects of app use between fast and slow runners six months after the run.

Methods
A cross sectional study was conducted to analyze differences between fast and slow runners on a recreational run. A random selection of 15,000 runners (of 54,000 participants) of a 4 and 10 EM recreational run (Dam tot Damloop) in the Netherlands was invited to participate in an online survey two days after the run. The following issues were addressed: age, sex, experience with running, time to complete distance, motives for running and importance of app functionalities. Based on their performance, the runners were divided into four groups; the fastest quartile and slowest quartile were determined for each sex. In addition, six months after the run the same participants were invited to participate in a follow-up online survey. Based on a theoretical model, participants were asked about their intention to engage in physical activity and how they used apps (Ajzen, 1991). Attitudes, social norms and perceived behavioral control were addressed. For males and females, the fastest and slowest group were compared by using Man-Whitney tests. These analyses were conducted on the data collected two days after the run and on the data collected after six months.

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OrganisatieHogeschool Inholland
Opleiding
InstituutDomein Gezondheid, Sport en Welzijn
LectoraatMedische Technologie
Gepubliceerd inManuscript: EASM-2015-258 - (784)
Datum2015-03-26
TypeConferentiebijdrage
TaalOnbekend

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