Posts tagged: behaviour

It’s my life: Staying in control. A school-based intervention to improve wellbeing and promote healthy attitudes towards alcohol

Researchers often use school Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) classes to test new ways of engaging young people with health-related issues such as alcohol. It is important that good quality research is carried out in order to work out what approaches work to influence young people’s knowledge, attitudes and behaviour. This workshop will describe how […]


Envy could make workers less likely to lie

Feelings of envy could make workers and executives less likely to lie, a new study has found. And there could be lessons for managers who want to reduce the likelihood of workplace lying.  A series of scandals have rocked the corporate world in recent years, from MG Rover, Lehman Brothers and others, all of which […]