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Social network interventions for health behaviours and outcomes: A systematic review and meta-analysis
RF Hunter, K de la Haye, JM Murray, J Badham, TW Valente, M Clarke, ...
PLoS medicine 16 (9), e1002890, 2019
244*2019
Effective modeling for Integrated Water Resource Management: A guide to contextual practices by phases and steps and future opportunities
J Badham, S Elsawah, JHA Guillaume, SH Hamilton, RJ Hunt, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 116, 40-56, 2019
1172019
Developing agent-based models of complex health behaviour
J Badham, E Chattoe-Brown, N Gilbert, Z Chalabi, F Kee, RF Hunter
Health & Place 54, 170-177, 2018
992018
The impact of network clustering and assortativity on epidemic behaviour
J Badham, R Stocker
Theoretical population biology 77 (1), 71-75, 2010
902010
A framework for characterising and evaluating the effectiveness of environmental modelling
SH Hamilton, B Fu, JHA Guillaume, J Badham, S Elsawah, P Gober, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 118, 83-98, 2019
712019
Socio-technical scales in socio-environmental modeling: managing a system-of-systems modeling approach
T Iwanaga, HH Wang, SH Hamilton, V Grimm, TE Koralewski, A Salado, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 135, 104885, 2021
672021
A compendium of modelling techniques [see https://i2s.anu.edu.au/what-i2s/i2s-publications/integration-insights]
JM Badham
Integration Insights, 2010
39*2010
A spatial approach to network generation for three properties: degree distribution, clustering coefficient and degree assortativity
J Badham, R Stocker
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 13 (1), 11, 2010
352010
Measuring the shape of degree distributions
JM BADHAM
Network Science 1 (02), 213-225, 2013
322013
Network methods to support user involvement in qualitative data analyses: an introduction to participatory theme elicitation
P Best, J Badham, R Corepal, RF O’Neill, MA Tully, F Kee, RF Hunter
Trials 18 (1), 1-14, 2017
302017
A feasibility study of ‘The StepSmart Challenge’to promote physical activity in adolescents
R Corepal, P Best, R O’Neill, F Kee, J Badham, L Dunne, S Miller, ...
Pilot and feasibility studies 5, 1-15, 2019
252019
Uses of agent-based modeling for health communication: The TELL ME case study
P Barbrook-Johnson, J Badham, N Gilbert
Health communication 32 (8), 939-944, 2017
252017
Simulating network intervention strategies: Implications for adoption of behaviour
J Badham, F Kee, RF Hunter
Network Science 6 (2), 265-280, 2018
212018
The Extortion Relationship: A Computational Analysis
C Elsenbroich, J Badham
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 19 (4), 2016
212016
Justified Stories with Agent-Based Modelling for Local COVID-19 Planning
J Badham, P Barbrook-Johnson, C Caiado, B Castellani
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 24 (1), http://jasss …, 2021
202021
Network structure influence on simulated network interventions for behaviour change
J Badham, F Kee, RF Hunter
Social Networks 64, 55-62, 2021
172021
Engaging teachers and school leaders in participatory data analysis for the development of a school-based mental health intervention
RD Neill, P Best, K Lloyd, J Williamson, J Allen, J Badham, MA Tully
School mental health 13, 312-324, 2021
152021
Participatory theme elicitation: open card sorting for user led qualitative data analysis
P Best, J Badham, T McConnell, RF Hunter
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 25 (2), 213-231, 2022
142022
Group based video-conferencing for adults with depression: findings from a user-led qualitative data analysis using participatory theme elicitation
P Best, T McConnell, G Davidson, J Badham, RD Neill
Research Involvement and Engagement 5, 1-11, 2019
132019
An exercise intervention for people with serious mental illness: Findings from a qualitative data analysis using participatory theme elicitation
J Yap, C McCartan, G Davidson, C White, L Bradley, P Webb, J Badham, ...
Health Expectations, 2020
122020
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