Browsing publications by Dr Nicola O'Brien

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Jose Lara-Gallegos
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Professor Paula Moynihan
Dr Thomas Meyer
Professor Ashley Adamson
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Effectiveness of dietary interventions among adults of retirement age: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials2014
Angela Rodrigues
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Professor Falko Sniehotta
The Question–Behavior Effect: Genuine Effect or Spurious Phenomenon? A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials With Meta-Analyses2014
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Dr Alan Godfrey
Dr Jose Lara-Gallegos
Linda Errington
Dr Thomas Meyer
et al.
Are behavioral interventions effective in increasing physical activity at 12 to 36 months in adults aged 55 to 70 years? A systematic review and meta-analysis2013
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Professor Marie Johnston
Can the theory of planned behaviour predict the physical activity behaviour of individuals?2013
Dr Ben Heaven
Dr Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Professor Martin White
Dr Claire Cleland
et al.
Intervening to improve wellbeing retirement: The LiveWell programme2013
Dr Jose Lara-Gallegos
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Dr Thomas Meyer
Professor Falko Sniehotta
et al.
The effect of behaviour change techniques on interventions promoting components of a Mediterranean diet among adults of retirement age2013
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Dr Ben Heaven
Dr Claire Cleland
Professor John Mathers
Professor Falko Sniehotta
et al.
Using innovative co-design methods to develop interventions for people in the retirement transition: LiveWell programme2013
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Dr Alan Godfrey
Professor John Mathers
Professor Lynn Rochester
Suzanne McDonald
et al.
A meta-analysis of physical activity interventions in the 'retirement window'2012
Suzanne McDonald
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Martin White
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Changes in physical activity in the retirement window: A theory-based interview study2012
Dr Angela Rodrigues
Dr Nicola O'Brien
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Does answering questions about a health-related behaviour change that behaviour?2012
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