Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are groups of people that share a specific research interest in the EHPS. The EHPS subdivision Synergy aims to facilitate SIGs in their collaboration, for example by providing a list of facilities on the internet that can facilitate collaboration in a SIG. Please read the guidelines for more information.
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We currently have the following Special Interest Groups:
Implementation Intentions and Action Planning
This SIG aims to provide a forum for members researching, developing and adopting planning interventions to change health-related behaviour.
Methods for Changing Environmental Conditions for Health: influencing organisations, key actors and stakeholders
This SIG unites researchers interested in environmental influences on behavior, specifically identifying conditions and changing them.
Mixed methodology in health psychology
This Special Interest Group (SIG) has been set up to facilitate discussion leading up to and following Synergy 2012.
Theories and Techniques of Behaviour Change
The SIG allows exchange of ideas and fosters collaboration in the investigation of theories and techniques of behaviour change.
This Special Interest Group is for people interested in n-of-1 designs and challenges and opportunities of this design.
Online intervention development
This Special Interest Group deals with all issues regarding the development of and research into online behaviour change intervention.