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An article co-authored by Martin Hagger was awarded the Behavioral Sciences 2020 Best Paper Award.

August 25, 2022

An article co-authored by Martin Hagger was awarded the Behavioral Sciences 2020 Best Paper Award. The article is entitled "Social Cognition and Socioecological Predictors of Home-Based Physical Activity Intentions, Planning, and Habits during the COVID-19 Pandemic" and is open access: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-328X/10/9/133. Lead-authored by Navin Kaushal, a collaborator at Indiana University. The winning paper is selected from all papers published in Behavioral Sciences in 2020 according to the following criteria: Scientific merit and broad impact; Relevance to the Topical Collection’s field; Originality of research objectives and/or ideas presented; Creativity of the study design or uniqueness of approaches and concepts; and Clarity of presentation.