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Digital phenotyping and sociological perspectives in a Brave New World

Citation
Lovatt M & Holmes J (2017) Digital phenotyping and sociological perspectives in a Brave New World. [Commentary on: Skinner A., Attwood A., Baddeley R., Evans-Reeves K., Bauld L., Munafò M. Digital phenotyping and the development and delivery of health guidelines and behaviour change interventions. Addiction 2017; https://doi.org/10.1111/add.13746. Lovatt M., Eadie D., Meier P. S., Li J., Bauld L., Hastings G. et al. Lay epidemiology and the interpretation of low-risk drinking guidelines by adults in the United Kingdom. Addiction 2015; 110: 1912–1919.] Addiction, 112 (7), pp. 1286-1289.

Commentary of
Skinner A., Attwood A., Baddeley R., Evans-Reeves K., Bauld L., Munafò M. Digital phenotyping and the development and delivery of health guidelines and behaviour change interventions. Addiction 2017; https://doi.org/10.1111/add.13746. Lovatt M., Eadie D., Meier P. S., Li J., Bauld L., Hastings G. et al. Lay epidemiology and the interpretation of low-risk drinking guidelines by adults in the United Kingdom. Addiction 2015; 110: 1912–1919.

Keywords
Alcohol; digital health technologies; drinking guidelines; ethics; lay epidemiology; public health; sociology

StatusPublished
AuthorsLovatt Melanie, Holmes John
Publication date07/2017
Publication date online04/05/2017
Date accepted by journal20/02/2017
PublisherWiley-Blackwell
ISSN 0965-2140
LanguageEnglish

Journal
Addiction: Volume 112, Issue 7

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