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Optimising child outcomes from parenting interventions: fathers’ experiences, preferences and barriers to participation
This study examined fathers’ experiences of, and preferences for, parenting interventions as well as perceptions of barriers to participation, and explored the predictors of participation in parenting interventions. Expand
Engagement in a Novel Internet Intervention for Alcohol Reduction: A Qualitative Study of User Motivations and Experiences
It is concluded that evidence-based behavior change techniques, including social support, normative strategies, goal setting, and self-monitoring, were appealing to users and could be incorporated into other programs to recruit participants who might otherwise avoid or delay seeking help. Expand
Reducing Internet Gambling Harms Using Behavioral Science: A Stakeholder Framework
This paper presents a framework for how behavioral science principles can inform appropriate stakeholder actions to minimize Internet gambling-related harms and demonstrates how a multidisciplinary nexus of collaborative effort may facilitate a reduction in harms associated with Internet gambling for consumers at all stages of risk. Expand
‘Technologies of the self’ – bridging academic theory and practice-based research through Creative Documentary enquiry
ABSTRACT In this article, I argue that Foucault's ‘Technologies of the Self’ (1988) provides not only a theoretical framing of how human beings are made subjects, but also how identity and belongingExpand