Behavioral interventions are often complex, resource intensive and extend beyond healthcare settings. Combined with the lack a market driven, regulatory… Read more »
William T. Riley, PhD, is director of the National Institutes of Health Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research. Dr. Riley's research interests include behavioral assessment, psychosocial health risk factors, tobacco use/cessation, and the application of technology to preventive health behaviors and chronic disease management.
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- How to help social and behavioral research findings make their way into practice settings - 13th June 2017
- How can we measure health behavior theories mathematically? - 8th December 2016
Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) is among the most influential theories in psychology, but it is expressed almost entirely in narrative form.