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Editorial: current issues and new directions in Psychology and Health - contributions to translational research

By R.E. Moss-Morris and L. Yardley
Topics: BF
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.soton.ac.uk:54828
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  1. (2008). A longitudinal study of coping, anxiety and glycemic control in adults with type I diabetes. doi
  2. (2007). Current issues and new direction in Psychology and Health: Advancing the science of behavior change. doi
  3. (2008). Current issues and new directions
  4. (2007). Current issues and new directions in Psychology and Health: ‘Plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose’. doi
  5. (2007). Current issues and new directions in Psychology and Health: Theory, translation, and evidence-based practice. doi
  6. (2008). Dissimilarity in mother and adolescent illness representations of type 1 diabetes and negative emotional adjustment. doi
  7. (2008). Effects of optimism, interpersonal relationships, and distress on psychosexual well-being among women with early stage breast cancer. doi
  8. (2008). Fidelity of a physical activity intervention: predictors and consequences. doi
  9. (2008). Illness risk representations and motivations to engage in protective behaviour: The case of skin cancer risk. doi
  10. (2008). Investigating theoretical explanations for behaviour change: the case study of ProActive. doi
  11. (2007). Mothers’ ratings of quality of life in childhood cancer: Initial optimism predicts improvement over time. doi
  12. (2008). School-based, randomised controlled trial of an evidence-based condom promotion leaflet. doi
  13. (1985). The assessment of illness cognition. In
  14. (2007). The benefits of providing benefit information: Examining the effectiveness of provision of simple benefit statements on people’s judgements about a medicine. doi
  15. (2007). The inhibitory effect of a distressing anti-smoking message on risk perceptions in smokers. doi
  16. (2007). Towards a cumulative science of behaviour change: a critical review of conducting and reporting behaviour change interventions. Psychology and Health,
  17. (2007). What’s in a leaflet? Identifying research-based persuasive messages in European alcohol-education leaflets. doi

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