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In my previous blog post, I discussed a paper by Ogden and Hills (1) that explores individuals’ perceived triggers of behaviour change and the factors that contribute to maintaining behaviour change over time. But a number of questions remain: are … Continue reading
Previously I blogged about the limitations of traditional theories to explain behaviour change, discussing how a complex systems approach that accounts for unplanned events may lead to better understanding of behaviour change and improvements in treatment outcomes. But how do … Continue reading