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Table 1 Types of Intervention and their definition (Geller, 2005)

From: An intervention engine design and development based on learning analytics: the intelligent intervention system (In2S)

Types of interventionDefinition
InstructionalUse an activator or antecedent to start a new behavior
SupportiveIf an individual learns the correct behavior and demonstrates behavior, in order to routine of daily life or automate the movement.
MotivationalIndividual knows the correct behavior, but if it does not, when individual needs an external encouragement or pressure.