Social Norms, Messengers, and Processing Fluency to Increase Hypertension Medication Adherence

Social Norms, Messengers, and Processing Fluency to Increase Hypertension Medication Adherence

Conditions: Medication Adherence; Hypertension
Interventions: Behavioral: Scorecard; Behavioral: Social norms; Behavioral: Messenger effects; Behavioral: Processing fluency
Sponsors: Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Humana Inc.; National Institute on Aging (NIA)
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