Journal Articles

  1. Davies, J., Ugwudike, P., Young, H., Hurrell, C., Raynor, P. A pragmatic study of the impact of a brief mindfulness intervention on prisoners and staff in a Category B prison and men subject to community-based probation supervision International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
  2. Davies, J., McKenna, M., Bayley, J., Denner, K., Young, H. Using engagement in sustainable construction to improve mental health and social connection in disadvantaged and hard to reach groups: a new green care approach Journal of Mental Health 1 8
  3. Benton, D., Young, H. Water: The Cinderella Nutrient The Journal of Nutrition 149 12 2081 2082
  4. Young, H., Cousins, A., Johnston, S., Fletcher, J., Benton, D., Young, H., Cousins, A., Benton, D. Autonomic adaptations mediate the effect of hydration on brain functioning and mood: Evidence from two randomized controlled trials Scientific Reports 9 1
  5. Young, H., Gaylor, C., Kerckhove, D., Watkins, H., Benton, D. Interoceptive accuracy moderates the response to a glucose load: a test of the predictive coding framework Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286 1898 20190244
  6. Edwards, D., Young, H., Johnston, R. The Immediate Effect of Therapeutic Touch and Deep Touch Pressure on Range of Motion, Interoceptive Accuracy and Heart Rate Variability: A Randomized Controlled Trial With Moderation Analysis Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 12
  7. Newstead, S., Young, H., Benton, D., Jiga-Boy, G., Sienz, M., Clement, R., Boy, F., Boy, F. Acute and repetitive fronto-cerebellar tDCS stimulation improves mood in non-depressed participants Experimental Brain Research 236 1 83 97
  8. Young, H., Williams, C., Pink, A., Freegard, G., Owens, A., Benton, D. Getting to the heart of the matter: Does aberrant interoceptive processing contribute towards emotional eating? PLOS ONE 12 10 e0186312
  9. Benton, D., Young, H. Reducing Calorie Intake May Not Help You Lose Body Weight Perspectives on Psychological Science
  10. Young, H., Cousins, A., Watkins, H., Benton, D. Is the link between depressed mood and heart rate variability explained by disinhibited eating and diet? Biological Psychology 123 94 102
  11. Benton, D., Jenkins, K., Watkins, H., Young, H. Minor degree of hypohydration adversely influences cognition: a mediator analysis American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 104 603 612
  12. Young, H., Watkins, H. Eating disinhibition and vagal tone moderate the postprandial response to glycemic load: a randomised controlled trial Scientific Reports 6 35740
  13. Benton, D., Young, H. The use of moderated mediated analysis to study the influence of hypo-hydration on working memory Nutrición Hospitalaria 33 3
  14. Benton, D., Young, H. A meta-analysis of the relationship between brain dopamine receptors and obesity: a matter of changes in behavior rather than food addiction? International Journal of Obesity 40 S12 S21
  15. Young, H., Benton, D., Carter, N. The Effect of Chicken Extract on Mood, Cognition and Heart Rate Variability Nutrients 7 2 887 904
  16. Benton, D., Young, H., Jenkins, K. The development of the predisposition to dehydration questionnaire Appetite 87 76 80
  17. Young, H., Benton, D. We should be using nonlinear indices when relating heart-rate dynamics to cognition and mood Scientific Reports 5 16619
  18. Benton, D., Young, H. Do small differences in hydration status affect mood and mental performance? Nutrition Reviews 73 suppl 2 83 96
  19. Young, H., Benton, D. The glycemic load of meals, cognition and mood in middle and older aged adults with differences in glucose tolerance: A randomized trial e-SPEN Journal 9 4 e147 e154
  20. Young, H., Benton, D. The effect of using isomaltulose (Palatinose™) to modulate the glycaemic properties of breakfast on the cognitive performance of children European Journal of Nutrition
  21. Young, H., Benton, D. The nature of the control of blood glucose in those with poorer glucose tolerance influences mood and cognition Metabolic Brain Disease 29 3 721 728
  22. Young, H., Benton, D. Caffeine can decrease subjective energy depending on the vehicle with which it is consumed and when it is measured Psychopharmacology 228 2 243 254