Child behaviour problems have serious consequences for children, families, and society. Although we have effective interventions to help parents address their child’s behaviour, only a small fraction of parents engage in them. Action Planning (AP) is a powerful way to increase engagement in a diverse range of health behaviours, such as cancer screening. This project is testing if providing AP as well as social norm information increases parents’ completion of an online intervention for their child’s behaviour problems relative to social norm information only.

Project members

Associate Professor Jeneva Ohan, Associate Professor Alina Morawska, Professor Matthew Sanders

Associate Professor Alina Morawska

Parenting and Family Support Centre
Director of Parenting and Family Su
School of Psychology

Professor Matthew Sanders

Foundation Professor of Parenting Studies and Family Psychology, Strategic Advisor and Founder of Triple P
Professor and Director, Parenting a
School of Psychology