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Health Psychology Bulletin
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3 Publications
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http://www.healthpsychologybulletin.com/jms/index.php/up/oai/

 

  • Web-Based Intervention Preferences and Physical Activity Motivation of People with Depressive Symptoms

    Alley, Stephanie; Andersson, Martina; Burton, Nicola; Vandelanotte, Corneel; Duncan, Mitch; Happell, Brenda; Short, Camille; Rebar, Amanda (2017)
    Physical activity is an effective method for managing depressive symptoms, and web-based interventions may be an effective tool for promoting physical activity within this population. People with depressive symptoms may experience condition-specific facilitators and barriers to be considered when developing physical activity interventions. This study provides insight into web-based physical activity intervention preferences and physical activity motivation of people with depressive symptoms. ...

    Testing the Effectiveness of a Short-Term Stress Prevention Programme in Primary School Students

    Englert, Chris; Bechler, Aline; Singh, Sarah; Bertrams, Alex (2018)
    The present study tested the effectiveness of a four-week, school-based, universal cognitive-behavioural stress prevention programme. The prevention programme included short daily exercises which were adopted from two well-validated anti stress trainings. The daily exercises took approximately 10−15 minutes on average and were performed during regular classroom sessions. Half of the classes were randomly assigned to the prevention group (n = 80), while the other half were sorted into the non-...

    Health Psychology Bulletin: Improving Publication Practices to Accelerate Scientific Progress

    Peters, Gjalt-Jorn Ygram; Kok, Gerjo; Crutzen, Rik; Sanderman, Robbert (2017)
    The instrument of scientific publishing, originally a necessary tool to enable development of a global science, has evolved relatively little in response to technological advances. Current scientific publishing practices incentivize a number of harmful approaches to research. Health Psychology Bulletin was founded to address these issues. Health Psychology Bulletin (HPB) is a new open access journal that actively promotes full disclosure through publication of replication and analysis package...
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