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2015Active behaviour change safety interventions in the construction industry: A systematic reviewLopez, Anna-Lena; Mullan, Barbara; Paterson, Helen; Smith, Lauren; Allom, Vanessa; Sainsbury, Kirby; Psychology; Psychology; Psychology; Science Faculty AdminActive behaviour change safety interventions in the construction industry: A systematic review, Safety Science, vol.79, N/A, 2015,pp 139-148
2014Building habit strength: A pilot intervention designed to improve food-safety behaviorFayn, Kirill; Johnston, Ian; Mullan, Barbara; Allom, Vanessa; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyBuilding habit strength: A pilot intervention designed to improve food-safety behavior, Food Research International, vol.66, N/A, 2014,pp 274-278
2013Closing the intention-behaviour gap for sunscreen use and sun protection behavioursAllom, Vanessa; Mullan, Barbara; Sebastian, Jamie; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyClosing the intention-behaviour gap for sunscreen use and sun protection behaviours, Psychology and Health: an international journal, vol.28, 5, 2013,pp 477-494
2016Does inhibitory control training improve health behaviour? A meta-analysisAllom, Vanessa; Mullan, Barbara; Haggar, Martin; Psychology; PsychologyDoes inhibitory control training improve health behaviour? A meta-analysis, Health Psychology Review, vol.10, 2, 2016,pp 168-186
2015Examining the predictive utility of an extended theory of planned behaviour model in the context of specific individual safe food-handlingMonds, Lauren Ann; Allom, Vanessa; Mullan, Barbara; Sainsbury, Kirby; Central Clinical School: MedicineExamining the predictive utility of an extended theory of planned behaviour model in the context of specific individual safe food-handling, Appetite, vol.90, N/A, 2015,pp 91-98
2014Individual differences in executive function predict distinct eating behavioursAllom, Vanessa; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyIndividual differences in executive function predict distinct eating behaviours, Appetite, vol.80, N/A, 2014,pp 123-130
2014Maintaining healthy eating behaviour: experiences and perceptions of young adultsAllom, Vanessa; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyMaintaining healthy eating behaviour: experiences and perceptions of young adults, Nutrition and Food Science, vol.44, 2, 2014,pp 156-167
2015A meta-analysis of the effect of new-media interventions on sexual-health behavioursMullan, Barbara; Swanton, Rosie; Allom, Vanessa; Psychology; PsychologyA meta-analysis of the effect of new-media interventions on sexual-health behaviours, Sexually Transmitted Infections, vol.91, 1, 2015,pp 14-20
2011The Role of Executive Function in Bridging the Intention-Behaviour Gap for Binge-Drinking in University StudentsAllom, Vanessa; Mullan, Barbara; Pack, Sophia Laurel; Wong, Cara; Psychology; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyThe Role of Executive Function in Bridging the Intention-Behaviour Gap for Binge-Drinking in University Students, Addictive Behaviors, vol.36, 10, 2011,pp 1023-1026
2014Self-regulation and the intention behaviour gap. Exploring dietary behaviours in university studentsAllom, Vanessa; Brogan, Amy; Mullan, Barbara; Todd, Jemma; Kothe, Emily; Psychology; Science Faculty Admin; Psychology; PsychologySelf-regulation and the intention behaviour gap. Exploring dietary behaviours in university students, Appetite, vol.73, N/A, 2014,pp 7-14
2015Two inhibitory control training interventions designed to improve eating behaviour and determine mechanisms of changeAllom, Vanessa; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyTwo inhibitory control training interventions designed to improve eating behaviour and determine mechanisms of change, Appetite, vol.89, N/A, 2015,pp 282-290
2015Two inhibitory control training interventions designed to improve eating behaviour and determine mechanisms of changeAllom, Vanessa; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyTwo inhibitory control training interventions designed to improve eating behaviour and determine mechanisms of change, Appetite, vol.89, N/A, 2015,pp 282-290