NoHoW at ISBNPA 2019

We are pleased to report that the NoHoW consortium was represented by members of the Lisbon team at the , which took place in beautiful Prague, from June 4th to 7th, 2019.

Using preliminary data from NoHoW trial, Jorge Encantado presented a discriminant analysis of psychological variables among weight losers, suggesting that more active people (> 10,000 steps a day) have better quality motivation to exercise (more autonomous motivation) and also exhibit better planning skills (Action Planning) regarding weight management.

NoHoW Partner Marta Marques delivered a presentation about developing a framework for new ontologies in behavioural sciences and was recognised by ISBNPA. Marta was presented with the first-ever ISBNPA “One to Watch” award.

Jorge Encantado, ISBNPA 2019

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