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.
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.