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

赞助商

首席赞助商: NYU Langone Health

合作者: National Institute on Aging (NIA)

资源 NYU Langone Health
简要总结

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.

总体状况 Not yet recruiting
开始日期 April 5, 2021
完成日期 April 30, 2021
主要完成日期 April 30, 2021
N/A
研究类型 Interventional
主要结果
测量 大体时间
Proportion of real dollars spent on total fruit and vegetables 1 day
次要结果
测量 大体时间
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
注册 2528
健康)状况
介入

干预类型: Behavioral

干预名称: Simulated Grocery Shopping Exercise

描述: 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

合格

标准:

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

性别: All

最低年龄: 18 Years

最高年龄: 99 Years

健康志愿者: Accepts Healthy Volunteers

总体官员
角色 联系
Pasquale Rummo, MPH, PhD Principal Investigator NYU Langone Health
总体联系方式

姓: Pasquale Rummo, MPH, PhD

电话: 914-316-5907

电子邮件: [email protected]

验证日期

February 2021

责任方

类型: Sponsor

扩大了访问范围 No
臂数 4
臂组

标签: Control

类型: Sham Comparator

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

标签: Discount

类型: Active Comparator

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

标签: Bundles

类型: Active Comparator

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

标签: Bundles and Discount

类型: Active Comparator

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

患者资料 Yes
研究设计信息

分配: Randomized

干预模式: Parallel Assignment

首要目标: Prevention

掩蔽: None (Open Label)

資料來源:ClinicalTrials.gov

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