Congratulations to the 2018 HaPI Lab Honours students on submitting their Honours theses today

Congratulations to the 2018 HaPI Lab Honours students, Jessica-Paige Charlesworth, Kailas Jenkins, Sabryna Sas, and Toni Baker on the amazing achievement of submitting their honours theses today.

Dr Hamilton joins Prof Ajzen in Trier, Germany for a meeting on “Identifying the Determinants of (Non-)Replicability: The Theory of Planned Behavior”

The overall aim of the meeting was to present and to discuss contributions aimed at empirically identifying the factors rendering psychological theories replicable. Because of the large number of replications available, having resulted in more than 40 meta-analytic syntheses, the focus was on the theory of planned behavior (TPB; Ajzen, 1985, 1991, 2012). Watch this ...

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Two recent publications by Dr Hamilton have been awarded the Menzies Health Institute Queensland Excellence in Publication Award

The Menzies Health Institute Queensland Excellence in Publication Awards are awarded to publications published in the top 5 journals by impact factor based on the Web of Science Journal Citation Reports and achieving a normalised citation impact in the top 5% of articles published in that year. The publications which received these awards can be read ...

HaPI research on rescuing people who have driven into floodwater featured in Sydney Morning Herald, Brisbane Times, Canberra Times, and WA Today

Our recent study “The lived experience of rescuing people who have driven into floodwater: Understanding challenges and identifying areas for providing support” and published in Health Promotion Journal of Australia has been featured in Sydney Morning Herald, Brisbane Times, Canberra Times, and WA Today. The study was conducted through a collaboration between the Health and Psychology Innovations (HaPI) Research ...

HaPI systematic review examining the role of alcohol in unintentional drowning published in Drug and Alcohol Review and featured in Scimex

Scimex: Further work required to reduce alcohol-related drowning Hamilton, K., Keech, J.J., Peden, A.E. & Hagger, M.S. (in press). Alcohol use, aquatic injury, and unintentional drowning: A systematic literature review. Drug and Alcohol Review. doi: 10.1111/dar.12817 (download) An urgent need for high quality research aimed at reducing alcohol-related drowning is the call, following a new Griffith University systematic literature review. The ...

Dr Kyra Hamilton invited to present at NSW Water Safety Forum 2018 at Parliament House NSW

Dr Kyra Hamilton presented at the NSW Water Safety Forum 2018 at Parliament House NSW on the behaviour of parents and carers around water. Download the forum program here. Recent HaPI publications regarding water safety: Hamilton, K., Keech, J. J., Peden, A. E. & Hagger, M. S. (in press). Alcohol use, aquatic injury, and unintentional drowning: A systematic literature review. Drug and ...