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Dr Kirby Sainsbury
Dr Claire Cleland
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
et al.
Supporting the transition from weight loss to maintenance: development and optimisation of a face-to-face behavioural intervention component2017
Sandra Fernandes-Machado
Dr Paul Gellert
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Vera Araujo Soares
Social cognitions about food choice in children aged five to eight years: feasibility and predictive validity of an age appropriate measurement2016
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Joan Mackintosh
Dr Paul Gellert
et al.
Differences between US and UK adults in stroke preparedness : evidence from parallel population-based community surveys2015
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Martin White
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Joan Mackintosh
et al.
Differences Between US and UK Adults in Stroke Preparedness Evidence From Parallel Population-Based Community Surveys2015
Dr Paul Gellert
Dr Keegan Knittle
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Perceived Control and Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation for Oral Self-Care: A Full Factorial Experimental Test of Theory-Based Persuasive Messages2015
Professor Vera Araujo Soares
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Paul Gellert
Social cognitions measured in 4 to 6 year olds are predictive of objectively measured physical activity2015
Dr Paul Gellert
Professor Miles Witham
Professor Falko Sniehotta
The role of perceived barriers and objectively measured physical activity in adults aged 65-1002015
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Martin White
Joan Mackintosh
Dr Paul Gellert
Professor Vera Araujo Soares
et al.
The stroke 'Act FAST' campaign: Remembered but not understood?2015
Dr Paul Gellert
An Age-Tailored Intervention Sustains Physical Activity Changes in Older Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial2014
Dr Paul Gellert
How to measure quality of life in shared-housing arrangements? A comparison of dementia-specific instruments2014
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