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2015Dissemination of an Online Theory-Based Intervention to Improve Gluten-Free Diet Adherence in Coeliac Disease: the Relationship Between Acceptability, Effectiveness, and AttritionSainsbury, Kirby; Sharpe, Louise; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyDissemination of an Online Theory-Based Intervention to Improve Gluten-Free Diet Adherence in Coeliac Disease: the Relationship Between Acceptability, Effectiveness, and Attrition, International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, vol.22, N/A, 2015,pp 356-364
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
2014Does subjective well-being predict health-enhancing behaviour? The example of fruit and vegetable consumption.Ding, Ting; Mullan, Barbara; Xavier, Kristina; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyDoes subjective well-being predict health-enhancing behaviour? The example of fruit and vegetable consumption., British Food Journal, vol.116, 4, 2014,pp 598-610
2016Does the Theory of Planned Behaviour Explain Condom Use Behaviour Among Men Who have Sex with Men? A Meta-analytic Review of the LiteratureAndrew, Benjamin; Monds, Lauren Ann; Mullan, Barbara; Todd, Jemma; de Wit, John; Kothe, Emily; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Psychology; PsychologyDoes the Theory of Planned Behaviour Explain Condom Use Behaviour Among Men Who have Sex with Men? A Meta-analytic Review of the Literature, AIDS and Behavior, vol.20, 12, 2016,pp 2834-2844
2012Effect of Medical Qigong on Cognitive function, Quality of Life and a Biomarker of Inflammation in Cancer Patients: A Randomized Controlled TrialBeale, Philip; Butow, Phyllis; Clarke, Stephen; Mullan, Barbara; Oh, Byeongsang; Pavlakis, Nick; Vardy, Janette; Larkey, Linda; Lee, Myeong Soo; Rosenthal, D.; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Psychology; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Psychology; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Concord Clinical School: MedicineEffect of Medical Qigong on Cognitive function, Quality of Life and a Biomarker of Inflammation in Cancer Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial, Supportive Care in Cancer, vol.20, 6, 2012,pp 1235-1242
2010Evaluating a nursing communication skills training course: The relationships between self-rated ability, satisfaction, and actual performanceKothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyEvaluating a nursing communication skills training course: The relationships between self-rated ability, satisfaction, and actual performance, Nurse Education in Practice, vol.10, 6,pp 374-378
2014An examination of the demographic predictors of adolescent breakfast consumption, content, and contextMullan, Barbara; O'Moore, Kathleen; Pickles, Kristen; Sainsbury, Kirby; Wong, Cara; Kothe, Emily; Psychology; Psychology; School of Public Health: Public Health; Psychology; PsychologyAn examination of the demographic predictors of adolescent breakfast consumption, content, and context, BMC Public Health, vol.14, N/A, 2014,pp 1-9
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
2014Experimental methods in health psychology in Australia: Implications for applied researchTodd, Jemma; Chatzisarantis, Nikos; Hagger, Martin; Mullan, Barbara; PsychologyExperimental methods in health psychology in Australia: Implications for applied research, Australian Psychologist, vol.49, 2, 2014,pp 104-109
2015Explaining the intention-behaviour gap in gluten-free diet adherence: The moderating roles of habit and perceived behavioural controlSainsbury, Kirby; Smith, Lauren; Kothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: PathologyExplaining the intention-behaviour gap in gluten-free diet adherence: The moderating roles of habit and perceived behavioural control, Journal of Health Psychology, vol.20, 5, 2015,pp 580-591
2015An exploration of decision aid effectiveness: the impact of promoting affective vs. deliberative processing on a health-related decisionDavis, Esther; Juraskova, Ilona; McCaffery, Kirsten; Mullan, Barbara; School of Public Health: School of Public Health Office; Psychology; School of Public Health: Public Health; PsychologyAn exploration of decision aid effectiveness: the impact of promoting affective vs. deliberative processing on a health-related decision, Health Expectations, vol.18, 6, 2015,pp 2742-2752
2011An Extension of the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Immediate Hedonic Behaviors and Distal Benefit BehaviorsCollins, Anna; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyAn Extension of the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Immediate Hedonic Behaviors and Distal Benefit Behaviors, Food Quality and Preference, vol.22, 7, 2011,pp 638-646
2015Food hygiene knowledge in adolescents and young adultsDavis, Esther; Kothe, Emily; Todd, Jemma; Wong, Cara; Mullan, Barbara; School of Public Health: School of Public Health Office; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyFood hygiene knowledge in adolescents and young adults, British Food Journal, vol.117, 1, 2015,pp 50-61
2014Food-related attentional bias. Word versus pictorial stimuli and the importance of stimuli calorific value in the dot probe taskFreijy, Tanya; Mullan, Barbara; Sharpe, Louise; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyFood-related attentional bias. Word versus pictorial stimuli and the importance of stimuli calorific value in the dot probe task, Appetite, vol.83, N/A, 2014,pp 202-208
2013Gluten free diet adherence in coeliac disease. The role of psychological symptoms in bridging the intention–behaviour gapMullan, Barbara; Sainsbury, Kirby; Sharpe, Louise; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyGluten free diet adherence in coeliac disease. The role of psychological symptoms in bridging the intention–behaviour gap, Appetite, vol.61, N/A, 2013,pp 52-58
2015Health behaviours and their facilitation under depletion conditions: The case of snackingMullan, Barbara; Sellahewa, Dilan; Psychology; PsychologyHealth behaviours and their facilitation under depletion conditions: The case of snacking, Appetite, vol.90, N/A, 2015,pp 194-199
2011Health-related content in Australian television advertisingBaker, Julia; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyHealth-related content in Australian television advertising, Nutrition and Food Science, vol.41, 1, 2011,pp 54-62
2012HPV Vaccination and the Effect of Information Framing on Intentions and Behaviour: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour and Moral NormBari, Royena; Juraskova, Ilona; Laidsaar-Powell, Rebekah; McCaffery, Kirsten; Mullan, Barbara; O'Brien, Michaeley; Infectious Diseases; Psychology; Psychology; School of Public Health: Public Health; Psychology; PsychologyHPV Vaccination and the Effect of Information Framing on Intentions and Behaviour: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour and Moral Norm, International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, vol.19, 4, 2012,pp 518-525
2011Hygienic Food Handling Behaviors: Attempting to Bridge the Intention-Behavior Gap using Aspects from Temporal Self-Regulation TheoryFulham, Elizabeth; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyHygienic Food Handling Behaviors: Attempting to Bridge the Intention-Behavior Gap using Aspects from Temporal Self-Regulation Theory, Journal of Food Protection, vol.74, 6, 2011,pp 925-932
2009Hygienic Food Handling Behaviours. An Application of the Theory of Planned BehaviourMullan, Barbara; Wong, Cara; Psychology; PsychologyHygienic Food Handling Behaviours. An Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour, Appetite, vol.52, 3,pp 757-761