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

Patrocinadores

Patrocinador Principal: NYU Langone Health

Colaborador: National Institute on Aging (NIA)

Fonte NYU Langone Health
Sumário breve

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.

Estado geral Not yet recruiting
Data de início April 5, 2021
Data de conclusão April 30, 2021
Data de Conclusão Primária April 30, 2021
Estágio N/A
tipo de estudo Interventional
Resultado primário
A medida Prazo
Proportion of real dollars spent on total fruit and vegetables 1 day
Resultado Secundário
A medida Prazo
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
Inscrição 2528
Doença
Intervenção

Tipo de intervenção: Behavioral

Nome da Intervenção: Simulated Grocery Shopping Exercise

Descrição: 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

Elegibilidade

Critério:

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

Gênero: All

Idade minima: 18 Years

Idade Máxima: 99 Years

Voluntários Saudáveis: Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Oficial Geral
Último nome Função Afiliação
Pasquale Rummo, MPH, PhD Principal Investigator NYU Langone Health
Contato Geral

Último nome: Pasquale Rummo, MPH, PhD

telefone: 914-316-5907

O email: [email protected]

Data de Verificação

February 2021

Parte Responsável

Tipo: Sponsor

Tem Acesso Expandido No
Número de armas 4
Grupo de Armas

Rótulo: Control

Tipo: Sham Comparator

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

Rótulo: Discount

Tipo: Active Comparator

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

Rótulo: Bundles

Tipo: Active Comparator

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

Rótulo: Bundles and Discount

Tipo: Active Comparator

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

Dados do Paciente Yes
Informações de design de estudo

Alocação: Randomized

Modelo de Intervenção: Parallel Assignment

Objetivo Primário: Prevention

Mascaramento: None (Open Label)

Fonte: ClinicalTrials.gov

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