7 July 2021
1) Introduction: frame of the general problem, literature gap, research question, and novelty
1.1) Literature review
2) Method and application
2.3) Case study description.
3) Discussion [Due to the nature of the paper (methodology), we have titled the 3rd subheading you suggest ‘Discussion’ as opposed to ‘Results and Discussion’ as there are no results]
As this is an exploratory piece of work, we did not formulate specific hypotheses. However, upon reviewer suggestions, we have been more specific about our study aims. It now reads:
To this end, our aims are to present a methodology that identifies: a) current behaviour is with respect to single-use and reusable cup use; b) the various capability, opportunity and motivation related influences on single-use and reusable cup use; c) people’s views on potential intervention strategies to promote reusable cup use
This is being conducted for multiple linear regression. We have re-run the power analysis using G*Power for a fixed model multiple linear regression analysis.
We've clarified that convenience sampling will be used.
To control for whether the participant buys takeaway hot drinks in the first place, we have added the following in the first section of the survey:
3.2. How often do you purchase hot drinks from cafes/catering outlets?
3.3. When you buy a hot drink, how often do you get it 'take-away' as opposed to drinking it in the cafe/catering outlet?
3.4. How often do you purchase hot drinks from UCL cafes/catering outlets?
3.5. When you buy a hot drink at UCL, how often do you get it 'take-away' as opposed to drinking it in the cafe/catering outlet?
The revised survey is openly available via OSF (the same link in the manuscript).