Journal Articles

  1. & Living with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator: partners' experiences. British Journal of Cardiac Nursing 13(6), 279-285.
  2. & Milieu matters: Evidence that ongoing lifestyle activities influence health behaviors. PLOS ONE 12(6), e0179699
  3. & Information processing in illness representation: Implications from an associative-learning framework.. Health Psychology 36(3), 280-290.
  4. & The Impact of Mindfulness and Perspective-Taking on Implicit Associations Toward the Elderly: a Relational Frame Theory Account. Mindfulness
  5. & Living with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator: The patients' experience. Heart & Lung: The Journal of Acute and Critical Care 45(1), 34-40.
  6. & Type 1 diabetes and physical activity: An assessment of knowledge and needs in healthcare practitioners. Journal of Diabetes Nursing 20(8), 271-277.
  7. & Heterosexual Men’s Ratings of Sexual Attractiveness of Adolescent Girls: A Cross-Cultural Analysis. Archives of Sexual Behavior 44(8), 2201-2206.
  8. & Heterosexual Men’s Ratings of Sexual Attractiveness of Pubescent Girls: Effects of Labeling the Target as Under or Over the Age of Sexual Consent. Archives of Sexual Behavior 43(2), 267-271.
  9. & Attitudinal Approaches to Health Behavior: Integrating Expectancy-Value and Automaticity Accounts. Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7(8), 572-584.
  10. & The association between illness representation profiles and use of unscheduled urgent and emergency health care services. British Journal of Health Psychology 16(4), 862-879.
  11. & Associations between visual attention, implicit and explicit attitude and behaviour for physical activity. Psychology & Health 24(9), 1105-1123.
  12. et. al. Sensitivity to change of the Rheumatoid Arthritis Self-Efficacy scale (RASE) and predictors of change in self-efficacy. Musculoskeletal Care 6(1), 49-67.
  13. & Self-efficacy as an appraisal that moderates the coping-emotion relationship: Associations among people with rheumatoid arthritis. Psychology & Health 23(2), 155-174.
  14. & Emotions and Their Cognitive Precursors: Responses to Spontaneously Identified Stressful Events among Hospital Nurses. Journal of Health Psychology 13(4), 537-546.
  15. & A reaction-time study of social, health, and personal attributions in relation to fluorosed teeth. Psychology, Health & Medicine 13(1)-86.
  16. & A connectionist implementation of the theory of planned behavior: Association of beliefs with exercise intention. Health Psychology 22(5), 464
  17. & BRIEF REPORT. Cognition & Emotion 17(3), 511-520.
  18. & Emotion-related primary and secondary appraisals, adjustment and coping: Associations in women awaiting breast disease diagnosis. British Journal of Health Psychology 8(4), 377
  19. & The Influence of Affective and Instrumental Beliefs on Exercise Intentions and Behavior: A Longitudinal Analysis. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 32(6), 1241