Guidelines on the management of co-occurring alcohol and other drug and mental health conditions in alcohol and other drug treatment settings
These guidelines aim to increase the knowledge and awareness of co-occurring mental health conditions among the AOD workforce; improve the confidence and skills of AOD workers; increase the uptake of evidence-based care; and ultimately improve outcomes for people with co-occurring AOD and mental health conditions.
This resource offers suggestions on how to promote child safety by working with the professional and support staff in an organisation. Each page outlines one of the 10 National Principles and gives examples of how to apply to practice and strengthen processes to improve safety...
To comply or not comply? A latent profile analysis of behaviours and attitudes during the COVID-19 pandemic
How and why do people comply with protective behaviours during COVID-19? This study adopts a person-centred approach to identify complex patterns of compliance, and holistically examine underlying psychological differences, integrating multiple psychology paradigms and epidemiology.
Mobile phones are changing behaviour, relationships, communication and the dynamics of physical environments. This article aims to determine if 'nomophobia' (the fear of being without one’s mobile phone) can increase the likelihood of problematic dependent, prohibited and dangerous mobile phone use.
Psychological safety is a construct that can help to bridge the gap in our knowledge of the influence of human factors in the design and success of construction processes, and is based on assessments about the risks associated with an action. Lean principles, such as...
This article outlines three rules to help regulators gain the greatest benefit from new and applied research in behavioural science.
This paper studies self-control in a nationally representative sample. Using the well-established Tangney scale to measure trait self-control, we find that people's age, as well as the political and economic institutions they are exposed to, has an economically meaningful impact on their level of self-control.
This literature review is a project document produced for the CRC Low Carbon Living project “Transformation to Low Carbon Living: Social psychology of low carbon behavioural practice". The purpose of this project is twofold. First, it will develop an integrative understanding of how psychological factors...
The World Happiness Report 2016 ranks 158 countries by their happiness levels. This year's report also looks at gender and age as a factor, the mental health of children, and the neuroscience of happiness.
This document is the final report for a CRC Low Carbon Living project called “Transformation to Low Carbon Living: Social psychology of low carbon behavioural practice". As outlined in the introduction, the purpose of this project was to identify low carbon behaviours and then both...