Dr Kareena McAloney-Kocaman is a Lecturer in Applied Health Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University. She is a Chartered Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society. She completed a BSc (Hons) Social Psychology at the University of Ulster, a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Care Ethics and Law at the University of Manchester, and a PhD in Social Psychology at the University of Ulster. Her research interests focus on how social group memberships and intergroup processes influence health and health behaviours.
McAloney, K. (2015). Clustering of sex and substance use behaviours in adolescence. Substance Use and Misuse, 50(11), 1406 – 1411.
McAloney, K. (2015). Perceptions of segregation and substance use behaviours in adolescence. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 24(5), 295 – 301.
McAloney, K. Graham, H., Law, C., Platt, L., and Wardle, H. (2014) Inter-generational concordance of smoking status between mothers and young people aged 10 – 15 in the UK. Public Health, 128(9), 831 – 833.
McAloney, K., Graham, H., Law, C., and Platt, L. (2013). A scoping review of statistical approached to the analysis of multiple health-related behaviours. Preventive Medicine, 56(6), 365 – 371.
McAloney, K., McCrystal, P., and Percy, A. (2010). Sex, Drugs and STDs: Preliminary Findings of the Belfast Youth Development Study. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 17 (4), 443 – 453