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Table 3 Rank Order of COM-B Component Importance

From: Identifying mechanisms of change in a magic-themed hand-arm bimanual intensive therapy programme for children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy: a qualitative study using behaviour change theory

COM-B component Frequency of occurrence
(N = total number of times this theme was mentioned by participants)
Number of sub-themes identified (N = number of sub-themes) Discord
(i.e. themes that are mixed- both barrier/enabler)
Expressed importance
1.Reflective motivation 58 14 No Yes
2.Social opportunity 44 11 Yes No
3.Physical capability 39 3 Yes Yes
4.Automatic motivation 34 9 No Yes
5.Physchological capability 7 4 No No
6.Physical opportunity 6 3 Yes No