Describe the study methodology as it relates to your research aims. • Participant (age range, gender, ethnicity) • Instruments (behavioural diaries recording sleep, diet and exercise) • Study Design and data collection procedure (2-week period, daily recording, 1-week baseline, interview, then 1-week intervention) • Interview (approach, questions) • Intervention design – it is important to do this well. What was(were) your target behaviour(s)? How did you measure them? What were your behavioural antecedents/consequences? How did you use this information to formulate plans to break the stimulus-response link/engage in incompatible behaviours/set up response contingencies?




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