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  Determinants and psychological correlates of sustained behaviour change and recovery from addiction
  Dr M Field
Applications accepted all year round
Although difficult, many people who are addicted to alcohol or drugs eventually recover from their addiction, often without any formal treatment.
  PhD Studentship in Computer Science Home UK students - Agent based modelling to develop mechanisms for norm emergence and behaviour change, to encourage desirable behaviours
  Ms S Howard
Applications accepted all year round
The aim of this project is to focus on the human-facing aspects of artificial intelligence (AI). The overall aim is to use agent-based modelling to develop mechanisms for norm emergence and behaviour change, to encourage desirable behaviours (e.g.
  Applying behavioural and implementation science to improve group behaviour change programmes
  Dr F Gillison, Dr S Bekker
Application Deadline: 29 January 2019
Group-based sessions that support people to change lifestyle behaviours to promote health are increasingly used in health services.
  Supporting Behaviour Change: understanding the links between vision and action in controlling and sequencing multiple movement responses and how this degenerates with age.
  Dr E McSorley
Applications accepted all year round
"Active Vision means that in order to fully understand how we see we
must consider vision in terms of the things we do, the actions we take.
We do not passively process our environment in order to then act upon
it rather we actively interact with our visual environment and interrogate
it by moving our eyes to explore it.
  PhD in School-based health promotion: understanding the educational context to positively influence children’s physical activity and health behaviours.
  Dr K Corder, Dr E van Sluijs, Dr R Hofmann
Application Deadline: 3 January 2019
A PhD studentship from the University of Cambridge ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) is available for admission in October 2019.
  The perception of cycling and cyclists amongst non-cyclists: exploring opportunities for social marketing interventions to increase commuter cycling rates in the UK.
  Dr S Allison
Applications accepted all year round
The aim of the research is to explore the perception amongst non-cyclists of cycle commuting and cyclists in order to gain insights to inform social marketing interventions designed to increase cycling rates.
  Encouraging retention in clinical trials (ERIC)
  Dr S Cotterill, Dr S Peters, Prof A Vail
Applications accepted all year round
Clinical trials often require longer term follow-up measures, collected months or years after completion of the intervention. Such trials struggle to retain participants, leading to.
  Characterising changes and covariation in physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep during childhood and adolescence (AtkinAU18SF)
  Dr A Atkin
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Public health interventions often seek to change the amount of time that people spend in particular behaviours, such as increasing physical activity or reducing sedentary behaviour, with the aim of enhancing health.
  Changing health, social and environmental behaviours with the Question-Behaviour Effect.
  Dr C Wood
Applications accepted all year round
The Question-Behaviour Effect (QBE) is a simple intervention whereby asking questions about a future behaviour increases the likelihood of that behaviour being performed.
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