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About ----- This is a repository for the OBMS project. It may be periodically updated with new files and publications. The ontology-based modelling system (OBMS) is a formal system for representing theories of behaviour and behaviour change. So far it has been applied to a total of 76 theories (as of September 2019). ---------- ## Database of theories ## This is a searchable database of theories of behaviour change that have been formalised using the OBMS. Theories can be searched by theory names, construct names and relationship types. ---------- ## Publications ## West, R., Godinho, C. A., Bohlen, L. C., Carey, R. N., Hastings, J., Lefevre, C. E., & Michie, S. (2019). Development of a formal system for representing behaviour-change theories. Nature human behaviour, 3(5), 526. ---------- ## Research Team (2016-2020) ## Aiste Bileviciute, Artur Direito, Niall Anderson, Silje Zink, Rachel Carey, Lauren Connell Bohlen, Hilary Groarke, Christina Godhino, Joanna Hale, Carmen Lefevre, Janna Hastings, Robert West, Susan Michie
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