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Am J Prev Med. Author manuscript; available in PMC Oct 1, 2008.
Published in final edited form as:
Am J Prev Med. Oct 2007; 33(4): 336–345.
doi: 10.1016/j.amepre.2007.05.007
Table 1
Sample size, coded behavior change, and study design quality score for included in the studies.
StudyNPhysical activityDietary behaviorsWeight lossDesign score (% of maximum)a
Physical activity
Bickmore (2005)15101o56%
Croteau (2004)1637+b44%
Dinger (2004) 1743+b33%
Goran (2005)18207o/−44%
Hager (2002) 19525o44%
Hageman (2005) 2031o67%
Marshall (2003) 21655o100%
McKay (2001) 2278o67%
Napolitano (2003) 2365+78%
Palmer (2005) 24233o33%
Pinto (2002) 25298+/o78%
Rovniak (2005) 2661+67%
Yoo (2003) 2730+b22%
Dietary behaviors
Anderson (2001) 28277+67%
Baranowski (2003)291578+89%
Block (2004)3084+b33%
Block (2004, July)31481+67%
Carpenter (2004) 329878%
Delichatsios (2001) 33298+78%
Glasgow (2000, 2002) 34, 35320o67%
Irvine (2004) 36517+78%
Long (2004) 37121o67%
McKay (2002) 38160o67%
Oenema (2005) 39616o67%
Papadaki (2005) 4072+56%
Stevens (2002, 2003) 41, 42616+78%
Verheijden (2004) 43146o100%
Combined activity, diet, weight loss
Abroms (2004) 4493oo40%
Baranowski (2003) 4535ooo80%
Calfas (2002) 46173oo70%
Frenn (2005) 47103++60%
Frenn (2003) 48130++40%
Harvey-Berino (2002) 49122oo80%
Harvey-Berino (2002) 5046ooo70%
Harvey-Berino (2004) 51255ooo90%
Kypri (2005) 52218++70%
Patrick (2001) 53117oo60%
Plotnikoff (2005) 542121++90%
Prochaska (2004) 55138+/oo100%
Southard (2003) 56104o+90%
Tate (2001) 5791oo+80%
Tate (2003) 5892oo+80%
Vandelanotte (2005) 59771++60%
Veverka (2003) 6039+60%
Williamson (2005) 6157+o90%
Womble (2004) 624760%
Wylie-Rosett (2001) 63588ooo70%
aTabulation of study design score is located in Appendix A.
bStudy did not include a control group to allow for adequate assessment of effectiveness of the eHealth intervention on behavior change.
Direction of the behavior change was coded as: ‘+’ = favoring the eHealth intervention, ‘o’ = indeterminate, and ‘−’ = eHealth intervention condition resulted in worse outcomes than the comparison condition.