Håvar Brendryen
Håvar Brendryen
Associate professor, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo
Verifisert e-postadresse på uio.no
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Happy Ending: a randomized controlled trial of a digital multi‐media smoking cessation intervention
H Brendryen, P Kraft
Addiction 103 (3), 478-484, 2008
A digital smoking cessation program delivered through internet and cell phone without nicotine replacement (happy ending): randomized controlled trial
H Brendryen, F Drozd, P Kraft
Journal of medical internet research 10 (5), e51, 2008
Mamma mia: a feasibility study of a web-based intervention to reduce the risk of postpartum depression and enhance subjective well-being
SM Haga, F Drozd, H Brendryen, K Slinning
JMIR research protocols 2 (2), e29, 2013
From black box to toolbox: Outlining device functionality, engagement activities, and the pervasive information architecture of mHealth interventions
BG Danaher, H Brendryen, JR Seeley, MS Tyler, T Woolley
Internet Interventions 2 (1), 91-101, 2015
Effectiveness and treatment moderators of internet interventions for adult problem drinking: an individual patient data meta-analysis of 19 randomised controlled trials
H Riper, A Hoogendoorn, P Cuijpers, E Karyotaki, N Boumparis, A Mira, ...
PLoS medicine 15 (12), e1002714, 2018
Practical support aids addiction recovery: The positive identity model of change
AB Johansen, H Brendryen, FJ Darnell, DK Wennesland
BMC psychiatry 13 (1), 1-11, 2013
Constructing a Theory-and Evidence-Based Treatment Rationale for Complex eHealth Interventions: Development of an Online Alcohol Intervention Using an Intervention Mapping Approach
H Brendryen, AB Johansen, S Nesvåg, G Kok, F Duckert
JMIR Research Protocols 2 (1), e6, 2013
Looking inside the black box: using intervention mapping to describe the development of the automated smoking cessation intervention'Happy Ending'
H Brendryen, P Kraft, H Schaalma
Journal of Smoking Cessation 5 (1), 29, 2010
Balance—a pragmatic randomized controlled trial of an online intensive self‐help alcohol intervention
H Brendryen, IO Lund, AB Johansen, M Riksheim, S Nesvåg, F Duckert
Addiction 109 (2), 218-226, 2014
An Internet-based intervention (Mamma Mia) for postpartum depression: mapping the development from theory to practice
F Drozd, SM Haga, H Brendryen, K Slinning
JMIR research protocols 4 (4), e120, 2015
How a fully automated eHealth program simulates three therapeutic processes: a case study
MTS Holter, A Johansen, H Brendryen
Journal of medical Internet research 18 (6), e176, 2016
A pilot randomized controlled trial of an internet-based alcohol intervention in a workplace setting
H Brendryen, A Johansen, F Duckert, S Nesvåg
International journal of behavioral medicine 24 (5), 768-777, 2017
Task demand, task management, and teamwork (HWR-657)
PØ Braarud, H Brendryen
Halden, Norway: OECD Halden Reactor Project, 2001
Digital therapy: The coming together of psychology and technology can create a new generation of programs for more sustainable behavioral change
P Kraft, H Schjelderup-Lund, H Brendryen
International Conference on Persuasive Technology, 18-23, 2007
A longitudinal study on substance use and related problems in women in opioid maintenance treatment from pregnancy to four years after giving birth
IO Lund, H Brendryen, E Ravndal
Substance abuse: research and treatment 8, SART. S15055, 2014
Key intervention characteristics in e-Health: steps towards standardized communication
BM Bewick, SJ Ondersma, MT Høybye, O Blakstad, M Blankers, ...
International journal of behavioral medicine 24 (5), 659-664, 2017
Phenomenological Psychology: The Lonely Path of Truth,”
A Giorgi
Interview by Idun Røseth & Håvar Brendryen. Oslo: Impuls Tidsskrift for …, 1998
Outcomes and device usage for fully automated internet interventions designed for a smartphone or personal computer: the mobilequit smoking cessation randomized controlled trial
BG Danaher, MS Tyler, RC Crowley, H Brendryen, JR Seeley
Journal of medical Internet research 21 (6), e13290, 2019
Qualitative interview studies of working mechanisms in electronic health: Tools to enhance study quality
MTS Holter, AB Johansen, O Ness, S Brinkmann, MT Høybye, ...
Journal of Medical Internet Research 21 (5), e10354, 2019
Using a film intervention in early addiction treatment: a qualitative analysis of process
IE Bjelland, A Johansen, F Darnell, H Brendryen
International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 24 (5), 740-748, 2017
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