To measure behavior change we use repeating measure opinions questions. Basically, you would ask the same measure opinions question at different times during the Reinforcement Program. These questions will provide you insights in self reported behavior change and how these behaviors are changing over time.
There are 2 ways to create a measure behavior change question in the Program Module.
The first way, would be to navigate to the Program Module and select the program you are creating. Click the '+' icon to add a new Mindmarker to your program. In the listing of options, you will see Measure Behavior Change - select this option. You will be prompted to enter in the Day/Time you would like the first instance of this question asked. Once you confirm this information, you are brought into the 'shell' of the mindmarker. Here you will see the option to Repeat Pattern (see below). This allows you to set the additional times you would like this question repeated in the program. Once you have completed all required areas for this question, simply click Save Changes.
The second way, would be to navigate to the Program Module and select the program you are creating. Select the Options button next to the created measure opinions question that you would like repeated (shown below). Scroll down and select 'Copy' from the list. You will then be prompted to enter in the Day/Time you would like this question repeated. To repeat this question multiple times, simply follow these steps again until you have all created. See Using Surveys and Reinforcement Objectives on how to use repeating survey questions to measure behavior change.
The Behavior Change Analysis allows you to compare the answers that participants provided on repeating survey questions in a reinforcement program. Follow this link to learn how to pull the Behavior Change Analysis.
* Always remember, when making any changes, or deleting a measure behavior change series of Mindmarkers you will need to make the adjustments to the 'parent' question. This would be the first instance of the series asked in your program. Any adjustments (or deletion) of this parent will automatically transfer to the other instances.