Re: Perosnal Construct Theory & Health Behaviour

Gwyneth Cheeseman (
Sun, 25 Sep 1994 23:12:27 +0100 (BST)

On Sun, 25 Sep 1994, Alan Hotte wrote:

> Greetings PCP Discussion Group Members:
> I am a program evaluation officer in a municipal health
> department with my main research interests being related to tobacco use
> prevention interventions in public health. I am not at all well versed in
> personal constructs theory, but I have been wondering if this theoretical
> approach may be useful with regard to one particular project I am
> involved with currently. What we are seeking to explore are the
> experiences of women during and following pregnancy and how these
> experiences may inform the type of tailored intervention (i.e., as in

Dear Alan

You might like to know that one of my associates at the University of
Reading, Peter Lynch, is working on a "smoking" topic. You can reach him

You will also probably hear from James Mancuso who has experience that is
valuable. If you have problems reaching them, I am sure we can all help,

Gwyneth Cheeseman