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behavioural effects


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behavioural effects

behavioural effects

Measuring Peer Effects on Youth Smoking Behaviour

Frequency and effects of meeting health behaviour guidelines among adolescents

Contextual effects in suicidal behaviour: evidence, explanation, and implications

Labour Market Effects of Unemployment Accounts: Insights from Behavioural Economics

Effects of Plant Gross Morphology on Predator Searching Behaviour

The effects of brain serotonin deficiency on behavioural disinhibition and anxiety-like behaviour following mild early life stress

Unexpected effects of cognitive-behavioural therapy on self-reported exercise behaviour and functional outcomes in older adults

The effects of screening on health behaviour: a summary of the results of randomized controlled trials

Effects of mood on the speed of conscious perception: behavioural and electrophysiological evidence

The Effects of Health, Wealth, and Wages on Labour Supply and Retirement Behaviour

Pregnancy: Effects of a behavioural rhythm on conception probability and pregnancy outcome

Effects of a modular behavioural arthritis education programme: a pragmatic parallel-group randomized controlled trial

Behavioural effects of m-chlorophenylpiperazine (m-CPP), a reported migraine precipitant

Behavioural effects of antidepressants are dependent and independent on the integrity of the dentate gyrus

Adolescent amphetamine exposure elicits dose-specific effects on monoaminergic neurotransmission and behaviour in adulthood

Housing conditions modulate escitalopram effects on antidepressive-like behaviour and brain neurochemistry

The effects of addictive substances and addictive behaviours on physical and mental health

 

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Compare attitudinal effects; cognitive effects.

1. Any changes in the behaviour of individuals or groups attributed to specific causes.

2. In relation to the mass media, influences of the use of particular media (or particular kinds of media content) on the behaviour of users—one focus of academic media research within the effects tradition. Antisocial behaviour has been the focus for much of the research in this area: specifically the attempt to find evidence for causal connections between the viewing of violence in the mass media and increased aggression or violent behaviour. See violence debate.

Subjects: Media Studies — Psychology.


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