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Table 1 Calibration of Conditions and Outcome for Successa

From: Pathways leading to success and non-success: a process evaluation of a cluster randomized physical activity health promotion program applying fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis

Feature Explanation Method of data collection (computation, number of items~) Full Membership Crossover Point Full Non-membership
O: SCE Emotional and social school experience pupils self-report via questionnaire 0.25 0.16 0.09
C: PAB Physical activity breaks in minutes/school week (dosage) teacher self-report via questionnaire (2 items) 60 40 15.1
C: QOI Quality of implementation trainer rating via observation (mean, 2 time points) 2.99 2.56 1.49
C: PSE Perceived self-efficacy of implementing the intervention teacher self-report via questionnaire (weighted mean, 2 items) 10 7.9 6.1
C: BOI Expected benefits of the intervention for pupils teacher self-report via questionnaire (mean, 8 items) 3.84 3.6 3.4
C: KAI Knowledge about the intervention (topic covered during education and further training, self-organized learning) teacher self-report via questionnaire (mean, 3 items) 3.65 2.8 2.34
  1. Abbreviations: BOI benefits of intervention, C Condition, O Outcome, KAI knowledge about the intervention, PAB physical activity breaks (dosage), PSE perceived self-efficacy, SCE, school-experience, QOI quality of implementation
  2. aThe same anchors were used for analyzing pathways of non-success. The full non-membership anchors for defining success relate to the full membership anchors for defining non-success and vice versa
  3. ~ The possible range, different values can take, is listed in Table 2