Letter to the Editor| Volume 49, ISSUE 9, P797, October 2017

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A Comment on Cullen K “From Squires Quest! II: A Serious Video Game Intervention”: Methodological Issues

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        • Cullen K.W.
        • Liu Y.
        • Thompson D.I.
        Meal-specific dietary changes from Squires Quest! II: a serious video game intervention.
        J Nutr Educ Behav. 2016; 48: 326-330.e1
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        • Arrizza C.
        • Vecchi F.
        • Tedeschi S.
        Determinants of children's eating behavior.
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      • Meal-Specific Dietary Changes From Squires Quest! II: A Serious Video Game Intervention
        Journal of Nutrition Education and BehaviorVol. 48Issue 5
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          Squire's Quest! II: Saving the Kingdom of Fivealot, an online video game, promotes fruit and vegetable (FV) consumption. An evaluation study varied the type of implementation intentions used during the goal-setting process (none, action, coping, or both action and coping plans). Participants who created action plans reported higher FV consumption 6 months after baseline. This study assessed changes by specific meal in that study.
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