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Terry Fleming
Digital mental health & population youth health research. Co-creator of SPARX cCBT. Dr Terry (Theresa) Fleming, Snr lecturer &
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Terry Fleming 8h
Replying to @TinaMakereti
How does it feel being there among so many stories and where your characters paths are thickly woven?
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Terry Fleming Nov 16
Pacific Psychologies: 'we are on the cusp of an explosion of ethnic specific knowledge & indigenous methods' Keep your eyes out for fab Dr Sam Manuela
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Terry Fleming Nov 15
Looks gorgeous
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Terry Fleming Nov 14
Yes thanks! All the new work re health care for and teens
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Terry Fleming Nov 13
...& those with food security worries more likely to report truancy, poor health, poor mental health & obesity (surprise). New research w & all
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Terry Fleming Nov 13
'Do your parents* ever worry about having enough money to buy food?’ YES = over half of NZ Pacific & Maori high school students. Big increases frm 2007-2012 Our new paper (1/2) * or the people who act as your parents
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Terry Fleming Nov 8
Yeah, big loss of respect to WaPo, do some homework
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Terry Fleming Nov 7
Want to connect with people in Unis doing academic research too?
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Terry Fleming Nov 6
Replying to @theycallmeNinu
Yes!
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Terry Fleming Nov 5
Disclaimer: 1 teens may be related 2 *never* 40 years or more. But um not ever owning a car? Cartoon by
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Terry Fleming Nov 5
NZ youth have never been more sensible - or impoverished. students in w & me
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Terry Fleming Nov 3
Replying to @HM_Christensen
There was lots of learning theory in SPARX with game, story and experiencial processes embedded to promote deep learning & behaviour change
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Terry Fleming Nov 3
Replying to @HM_Christensen
It is great that young people retained the skills for when needed. Curious re whether the specific intervention was important for this....
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Terry Fleming Nov 3
Sustained to 6 but not 18 months. These are mainly non -depressed students at baseline.
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Terry Fleming Nov 2
Replying to @grahamm44
Yes, esp given SPARX-R had lots of technical glitches
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Terry Fleming Nov 2
1st trial to show a preventive effect on depressive symptoms prior to major stressor in adolescents. Our new paper:
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Terry Fleming Nov 2
Our trial: Prevention of depressive symptoms in adolescents, using -R. w
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Terry Fleming Nov 2
SPARX-R: Prevention focused instigated by ME! worked for depression prevention in large Au trial
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Terry Fleming Nov 2
Fab new NZ policy: 1st year of uni free from 2018. But couldn't it be for all who haven't had that or something fairer?
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Terry Fleming Nov 2
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