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Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, Volume 16, Issue 20 (October-2 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Our study focuses on the relationships between self-monitoring behavior and health behavior [...] Read more. Our study focuses on the relationships between self-monitoring behavior and health behavior outcomes as encapsulated within a comprehensive school wellness intervention. The School Wellness Integration Targeting Child Health (SWITCH) program is designed to help school wellness teams build and sustain wellness programming; one of the core facets of this approach is the promotion of student self-monitoring through an online platform as a means to encourage increases in physical activity and decreases in sedentary behavior. We found that the degree to which students tracked their health behaviors on a weekly basis was positively related to increased physical activity and decreases in sedentary behavior over the course of the intervention. The findings provide a rationale for fostering self-monitoring practices for youth in school-based wellness interventions. View this paper