behaviour

Health Inequality Theory & the ‘Alcohol Harm Paradox’

Online,

Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) and Scottish Alcohol Research Network (SARN) warmly invite you to join us online on Wednesday 20 January from 12:30-14:00 GMT for our first SHAAP/SARN Alcohol Occasionals event of 2021.

Behavioural Science and Public Health Network Annual Conference 2020

Derby, United Kingdom,

Following the success of our 2019 event, BSPH Network is pleased to confirm the next annual conference will take place on 12th February 2020 at the Derby Enterprise Centre.

This conference will offer an opportunity to be inspired by keynote speakers who exemplify excellence in the fields of behavioural science and public health. 

iCAAD 2020

London,

iCADD is hosting the largest European conference on addiction, behaviour, and emotional wellbeing.

Join iCADD for 3 days of networking, furthering global connection, communication and understanding in the prevention and treatment of Behavioral, Mental and Emotional Health, facilitated by world-renowned speakers on our uniquely eclectic combination of topics.

Effects of Early Childhood Education Attendance on Achievement, Social Skills, Behaviour, and Stress

Citation
Correia-Zanini, M. R. G., Marturano, E. M., Fontaine, A. M. G. V. (2018). Effects of early childhood education attendance on achievement, social skills, behaviour, and stress. Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas), 35(3), 287-297. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1982-02752018000300007
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Childhood EducationThe impact of school attendance on the lives and development of students is hardly overestimated. Children go to school at an increasingly precocious age.

Motivation to Reduce Alcohol Consumption and Subsequent Attempts at Reduction and Changes in Consumption in Increasing and Higher-Risk Drinkers in England

Citation
de Vocht, F., Brown, J., Beard, E., West, R., Michie, S., Campbell, R., and Hickman, M. (2018) Motivation to reduce alcohol consumption and subsequent attempts at reduction and changes in consumption in increasing and higher-risk drinkers in England: a prospective population survey. Addiction, doi: 10.1111/add.14132.
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Abstract

Aims

To assess how far motivation to reduce alcohol consumption in increasing and higher-risk drinkers in England predicts self-reported attempts to reduce alcohol consumption and changes in alcohol intake during the following 6 months.