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Developer
University of California Davis.
Year
2010

This evaluation tool contains 13 psychosocial items shown to be related to fruit and vegetable intakes. The six constructs are perceived benefits, perceived control, self-efficacy for eating fruit & vegetables, readiness to eat more fruit, readiness to eat more vegetables, and perceived diet quality.

Listed in the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework Interpretive Guide.

Used to measure Indicator ST1: Healthy Eating.

Funding Source
USDA, Food and Nutrition Service.
Free Material
Yes
Evidence
  • Evaluated
Evaluation Framework Indicators
SNAP-Ed Connection Comments

Recommended questions for measuring S1. Mark one [ST1h] • I am not thinking about eating more fruit. • I am thinking about eating more fruit…planning to start within 6 months. • I am definitely planning to eat more fruit in the next month. • I am trying to eat more fruit now. • I am already eating 3 or more servings of fruit per day. Mark one [ST1g] • I am not thinking about eating more vegetables. • I am thinking about eating more vegetables…planning to start within 6 months. • I am definitely planning to eat more vegetables in the next month. • I am trying to eat more vegetables now. • I am already eating 3 or more servings of vegetables per day.