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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 43
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Jun-2015Metabolic effects of access to sucrose drink in female rats and transmission of some effects to their offspringKendig, Michael D.; Ekayanti, Winda; Stewart, Hayden; Boakes, Robert A.; Rooney, Kieron; School of Psychology
3-Jul-2013The prevalence and correlates of supportive care needs in testicular cancer survivors: A cross-sectional studySmith, Allan 'Ben'; King, Madeleine; Butow, Phyllis; Luckett, Tim; Grimison, Peter; Toner, Guy; Stockler, Martin; Hovey, Elizabeth; Stubbs, John; Hruby, George; Gurney, Howard; Turner, Sandra; Alam, Mahmood; Cox, Keith; Olver, Ian
Feb-2011Sharing vs. Caring - The relative impact of sharing decisions versus managing emotions on patient outcomesSmith, Allan; Juraskova, Ilona; Butow, Phyllis; Miguel, Caroline; Lopez, Anna-Lena; Chang, Sarah; Brown, Richard; Bernhard, Jurg
2014Conditioned inhibition and reinforcement rateHarris, Justin A; Kwok, Dorothy; Andrew, Benjamin J
28-Jun-2013The coaching ripple effect: The effects of developmental coaching on wellbeing across organisational networksO'Connor, Sean; Cavanagh, Michael
28-Feb-2011Can a witness report hearsay evidence unintentionally? The effects of discussion on eyewitness memoryPaterson, Helen M; Kemp, Richard I; McIntyre, Sarah
2013Predicting adolescent breakfast consumption in the UK and Australia using an extended theory of planned behaviourMullan, Barbara A; Wong, Cara; Kothe, Emily Jane
21-Nov-2012Splitting attention reduces temporal resolution from 7 Hz for tracking one object to <3 Hz when tracking threeHolcombe, Alex; Chen, Wei-Ying
2012Predicting adolescents' safe food handling using an extended theory of planned behaviorMullan, Barbara A; Wong, Cara; Kothe, Emily Jane
2-Jul-2012Failures to bind spatially coincident featuresHolcombe, Alex; Clifford, Colin
2012The role of self-regulation in predicting sleep hygiene in university studentsTodd, Jemma; Mullan, Barbara
2012Consequences of Play: A Systematic Review of the Effects of Online GamingSublette, Victoria; Mullan, Barbara
2010Children’s Understandings of Mediated Health Campaigns for Childhood ObesityBabooram, Melanie; Mullan, Barbara; Sharpe, Louise
2012A pilot evaluation of appetite-awareness training in the treatment of childhood overweight and obesityBloom, Taryn; Sharpe, Louise; Mullan, Barbara; Zucker, Nancy
2009Predictors of undergraduates' intention to incorporate glycaemic index into dietary behaviourGoodwin, Robyn; Mullan, Barbara
2010A systematic review of the quality, content and context of breakfast consumptionMullan, Barbara; Singh, Monika
2009Trust not in money: The effect of financial conflict of interest disclosure on dietary behavioural intentionGoodwin, Robyn; Mullan, Barbara
2010Predicting food hygiene: An investigation of social factors and past behaviour in an extended model of the Health Action Process Approach.Chow, S; Mullan, Barbara
2010Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour to design a Food Hygiene InterventionMullan, Barbara; Wong, Cara
2010Consumer food-safety education for the domestic environment: a systematic reviewMilton, Alyssa; Mullan, Barbara
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