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Fergie, Libby and Campbell, Katarzyna A and Coleman-Haynes, Tom and Ussher, Michael H and Cooper, Sue E and Coleman, Tim (2018) Identifying effective behavior change techniques for alcohol and illicit substance use during pregnancy: a systematic review. Annals of Behavioral Medicine , (kay085) . https://doi.org/10.1093/abm/kay085.

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Conclusions: Action planning, behavioral contract, prompts/cues, self-talk, offer/direct toward written material, problem solving, feedback on behavior, social support (unspecified), information about health consequences, behavior substitution, assess current readiness and ability to reduce excess alcohol consumption, goal setting (behavior), and tailor interactions appropriately are BCTs that could be useful in helping reduce alcohol consumption among pregnant women.

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