Cues to Action Alcohol use: Development of a Consolidated Model
||27 February 2019
||9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
||Ipswich - H321, Toowoomba - Q303, or via Zoom
||For more information, please contact the Graduate Research School.
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Drinking above health recommendations is a risk factor for morbidity and mortality worldwide. Environmental Cues have been identified as having a significant influence on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. A comprehensive, consolidated model of alcohol-related cues could provide a better understanding of cued drinking prediction. The aim of this study is to investigate the utility of integrating Cue Theory of Consumption, Model of Visceral Factors, Cognitive Processing Model and Reformulated Model of Negative Reinforcement to create the Integrated Cues Model (ICM). A cross-sectional study will be conducted to examine how internal cues, external cues and habitual behaviour interact to influence drinking outcomes in different ways. Convergent and divergent validity of the CTM-A will be investigated.