About us

At the Melbourne Centre for Behaviour Change, we investigate the individual, social, organizational and environmental factors that regulate behaviour patterns. We study a wide range of behaviour patterns including preventive health behaviour, with current or recent research projects focusing on physical activity, nutrition, weight management, sleep management, smoking, vaping, alcohol use and the management of long-term illnesses including arthritis, asthma, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and persistent pain. Our comprehensive process models incorporate cognitive, emotional and interpersonal regulation. Combined with our versatile methodological capabilities, they allow us to approach any behaviour change challenge.