Impact of Behavioral Economic Strategies on Low-Income Older Adults' Food Choices in Online Retail Settings

Impact of Behavioral Economic Strategies on Low-Income Older Adults' Food Choices in Online Retail Settings

Sponsors

Commanditaire principal: NYU Langone Health

Collaborateur: National Institute on Aging (NIA)

La source NYU Langone Health
Bref résumé

The specific aims of this proposal are to 1) develop the components of a behavioral economics strategy (i.e., healthy bundle defaults) to influence diet behaviors; 2) characterize the online grocery shopping behaviors and attitudes of low-income adults nationally; and 3) examine the extent to which "healthy bundles defaults" and other behavioral economic strategies increase fruit and vegetable purchases among low-income adults in an online randomized controlled experiment.

Situation globale Not yet recruiting
Date de début April 5, 2021
Date d'achèvement April 30, 2021
Date d'achèvement principale April 30, 2021
Phase N/A
Type d'étude Interventional
Résultat primaire
Mesure Plage de temps
Proportion of real dollars spent on total fruit and vegetables 1 day
Résultat secondaire
Mesure Plage de temps
Proportion of out-of-pocket dollars spent on total fruits and vegetables per basket 1 day
Proportion of real dollars spent on eligible fruits only 1 day
Proportion of real dollars spent on eligible vegetables only 1 day
Proportion of real dollars spent on eligible fresh fruits and vegetables 1 day
Proportion of real dollars spent on eligible frozen fruits and vegetables 1 day
Proportion of real dollars spent on eligible canned fruits and vegetables 1 day
Total calories 1 day
Total calories from fruits and vegetables 1 day
Number of participants who purchased fruits and/or vegetables 1 day
Number of participants who "accepted" default shopping cart items (conditions 3 and 4 only) 1 day
Inscription 2528
État
Intervention

Type d'intervention: Behavioral

Nom de l'intervention: Simulated Grocery Shopping Exercise

La description: Participants will click a link and simulate a shopping experience by selecting a week's worth of SNAP-eligible groceries for their household in a web-based supermarket platform

Admissibilité

Critères:

Inclusion Criteria: - aged 18-99 years - ability to read and speak English - have ever received SNAP benefits - live with fewer than 5 people - access to a personal computer, laptop, tablet, or mobile phone. Exclusion Criteria: - aged <18 years or >99 years - lack the ability to read and speak English - have never received SNAP benefits - live with 5 or more people - do not have access to a personal computer, laptop, tablet, or mobile phone

Le sexe: All

Âge minimum: 18 Years

Âge maximum: 99 Years

Volontaires en santé: Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Officiel général
Nom de famille Rôle Affiliation
Pasquale Rummo, MPH, PhD Principal Investigator NYU Langone Health
Contact général

Nom de famille: Pasquale Rummo, MPH, PhD

Téléphone: 914-316-5907

Email: [email protected]

Date de vérification

February 2021

Partie responsable

Type: Sponsor

A un accès étendu No
Nombre d'armes 4
Groupe d'armes

Étiquette: Control

Type: Sham Comparator

La description: The grocery shopping simulation will not include any discounts or bundles

Étiquette: Discount

Type: Active Comparator

La description: The grocery shopping simulation will include discount on eligible fruits and vegetables

Étiquette: Bundles

Type: Active Comparator

La description: The grocery shopping simulation will include healthy bundle defaults with no discount

Étiquette: Bundles and Discount

Type: Active Comparator

La description: The grocery shopping simulation will include healthy bundle defaults plus a discount

Données patient Yes
Informations sur la conception de l'étude

Allocation: Randomized

Modèle d'intervention: Parallel Assignment

Objectif principal: Prevention

Masquage: None (Open Label)

La source: ClinicalTrials.gov