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- Designing and Characterising Behaviour Change Interventions
- Using Bayesian methods for evaluating behaviour change interventions
- Theories and Models of Behaviour Change: How useful are they?
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- Theories and Techniques of Behaviour Change and their Application to Speech and Language Therapy Interventions
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- Designing Interventions Using the Behaviour Change Wheel
- 3rd Digital Behaviour Change Conference 2017 - Programme now available!
- Behaviour Change Workshop - Sydney
- Human Behaviour Change Project - Kick-off Event
- Behaviour Change Clinics - Showcase Event
- Reducing Alcohol Consumption: guidelines, local government and smartphone apps
- Now accepting rapid response abstracts for 3rd CBC Digital Health Conference
World-renowned academic experts will be joining key members of the public health and technology sectors for insightful seminars, panel discussions and more across a variety of topics. More...
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We are now inviting submissions for rapid response abstracts to be presented at the 3rd CBC Digital Health Conference. The deadline for submitting a rapid response abstract is 11:59 p.m on January 31st, 2017.
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Seminar "Computational Persuasion with Applications in Behaviour Change" Professor Anthony Hunter - 11 January 2017
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Theories and Models of Behaviour Change: How useful are they?
Publication date: Jun 02, 2014 05:00 PM
Jun 02, 2014 05:00 PM
End: Jun 02, 2014 09:00 PM
2nd June 2014, 5.30pm
There is a general consensus that designing and evaluating interventions to change behaviour are strengthened by drawing on theory. However, disciplines have differing views about what makes for a "good" theory and how they are best applied.
To explore this further, we hosted a panel discussion, sponsored by UCL's Grand Challenge of Human Wellbeing, with three leading figures from three UCL Faculties:
- Professor Anthony Finkelstein, Professor of Software Systems Engineering and Dean of the Faculty of Engineering Science
- Professor Kate Jeffery, Professor of Behavioural Neuroscience, Faculty of Brain Sciences
- Professor Robert West, Professor of Health Psychology, Faculty of Population Sciences
The event was chaired by Professor Susan Michie, Director of UCL's Centre for Behaviour Change.
In brief contributions, followed by a general discussion, the speakers addressed the following questions:
- What is the purpose of using a theory or model?
- What is a good theory or model?
- Which theories or models do you use?
You can now watch the videos of the event:
Content filmed by Matthew Lehane (Matt.Lehane@hotmail.co.uk)
Book launch and networking reception
The event was followed by a reception and launch of the newly published book "ABC of Behaviour Change Theories" by Susan Michie, Robert West, Rona Campbell, Jamie Brown and Heather Gainforth, which details 83 theories identified in a cross-disciplinary review led by Susan Michie at UCL and Rona Campbell at the University of Bristol.
Click here to buy a copy: www.behaviourchangetheories.com