Matti TJ Heino
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‘Let’s Move It’–a school-based multilevel intervention to increase physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour among older adolescents in vocational secondary schools: a …
N Hankonen, MTJ Heino, V Araujo-Soares, FF Sniehotta, R Sund, ...
BMC Public Health 16 (1), 451, 2016
332016
Randomised controlled feasibility study of a school-based multi-level intervention to increase physical activity and decrease sedentary behaviour among vocational school students
N Hankonen, MTJ Heino, ST Hynynen, H Laine, V Araújo-Soares, ...
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 14 (1), 37, 2017
312017
What explains the socioeconomic status gap in activity? Educational differences in determinants of physical activity and screentime
N Hankonen, MTJ Heino, E Kujala, ST Hynynen, P Absetz, ...
BMC Public Health 17 (1), 144, 2017
192017
Bayesian evaluation of behavior change interventions: a brief introduction and a practical example
MTJ Heino, M Vuorre, N Hankonen
Health psychology and behavioral medicine 6 (1), 49-78, 2018
112018
The compendium of self-enactable techniques to change and self-manage motivation and behaviour v. 1.0
K Knittle, M Heino, MM Marques, M Stenius, M Beattie, F Ehbrecht, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 4 (2), 215-223, 2020
82020
Visualisation and network analysis of physical activity and its determinants: Demonstrating opportunities in analysing baseline associations in the Let’s Move It trial
MTJ Heino, K Knittle, E Fried, R Sund, A Haukkala, K Borodulin, A Uutela, ...
Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine 7 (1), 269-289, 2019
52019
Commentary: reproducibility in psychological science: when do psychological phenomena exist?
MTJ Heino, EI Fried, EP LeBel
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1004, 2017
52017
Simple and rationale-providing SMS reminders to promote accelerometer use: A within-trial randomised trial comparing persuasive messages
MTJ Heino, K Knittle, A Haukkala, T Vasankari, N Hankonen
BMC public health 18 (1), 1-16, 2018
42018
The replication crisis in (health) psychology: reflections and solutions
M Hagger, GJY Peters, MTJ Heino, R Crutzen, M Johnston
The European Health Psychologist 19 (Supp.), 2017
32017
A within-person approach to the relation between quality of task motivation, performance and job satisfaction in everyday working life
K Hogenelst, R Schelvis, T Krone, M Gagné, MTJ Heino, KP Knittle, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
12020
Using theory and evidence to increase physical activity: Let’s Move It school-based multi-level intervention
N Hankonen, MTJ Heino, V Araujo-Soares, P Absetz, FF Sniehotta, ...
European Health Psychologist 18 (S), 575, 2016
12016
Use of behavior change techniques in a school-based physical activity intervention: Feasibility study results
N Hankonen, MTJ Heino, S Hynynen, H Laine, V Araujo-Soares, ...
European Health Psychologist 17 (S1), 411, 2015
12015
Studying behaviour change mechanisms under complexity
MTJ Heino, KP Knittle, C Noone, F Hasselman, N Hankonen
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
How was your day at work? Motivation, job satisfaction and productivity in everyday life
K Hogenelst, R Schelvis, K Knittle, M Heino, N Hankonen
TNO, 2019
2019
Enhancing reproducibility and comprehension of research findings: Transparent communication of quantitative results using modern tools
MTJ Heino, KP Knittle, AH Haukkala, AKA Uutela, V Araújo-Soares, ...
32nd Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society: Health …, 2018
2018
Source code: Bayesian evaluation of behavior change interventions: a brief introduction and a practical example
MTJ Heino, M Vuorre, N Hankonen
2018
Self-managing motivation and behaviour change: Developing a taxonomy and toolkit of self-enactable techniques
KP Knittle, MTJ Heino, MM Marques, M Stenius, M Beattie, F Ehbrecht, ...
2018
Evaluating mechanisms of impact under complexity: Considerations for intervention research
MTJ Heino, KP Knittle, F Sniehotta, T Vasankari, NE Hankonen
Health Psychology Review, 2018
2018
Disentangling replicable mechanisms of complex interventions: what to expect and how to avoid fooling ourselves?
MTJ Heino, W Hardeman, V Araújo-Soares, FF Sniehotta, T Vasankari, ...
The European Health Psychologist 19 (Supp.), 2017
2017
Deterministic doesn’t mean predictable
MTJ Heino
2016
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