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2014Acceptability of a theory of planned behaviour email-based nutrition interventionKothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyAcceptability of a theory of planned behaviour email-based nutrition intervention, Health Promotion International, vol.29, 1, 2014,pp 81-90
2013Dissonance-based interventions for health behaviour change: A systematic reviewFreijy, Tanya; Kothe, Emily; PsychologyDissonance-based interventions for health behaviour change: A systematic review, British Journal of Health Psychology, vol.18, 2, 2013,pp 310-337
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
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
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
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
2010Impact of Medical Qigong on quality of life, fatigue, mood and inflammation in cancer patients: a randomized controlled trialBeale, Philip; Butow, Phyllis; Clarke, Stephen; Kothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Oh, Byeongsang; Pavlakis, Nick; Lam, L.; Rosenthal, D.; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Psychology; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Psychology; Psychology; Concord Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineImpact of Medical Qigong on quality of life, fatigue, mood and inflammation in cancer patients: a randomized controlled trial, Annals of Oncology, vol.21, 3, 2010,pp 608-614
2011Increasing the frequency of breakfast consumptionKothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyIncreasing the frequency of breakfast consumption, British Food Journal, vol.113, 6, 2011,pp 784-796
2011Perceptions of fruit and vegetable dietary guidelines amongst Australian young adultsKothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologyPerceptions of fruit and vegetable dietary guidelines amongst Australian young adults, Nutrition and Dietetics, vol.68, 4, 2011,pp 262-266
2013Predicting adolescent breakfast consumption in the UK and Australia using an extended theory of planned behaviourKothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Wong, Cara; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyPredicting adolescent breakfast consumption in the UK and Australia using an extended theory of planned behaviour, Appetite, vol.62, N/A, 2013,pp 127-132
2013Predicting adolescents' safe food handling using an extended theory of planned behaviorKothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Wong, Cara; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyPredicting adolescents' safe food handling using an extended theory of planned behavior, Food Control, vol.31, 2, 2013,pp 454-460
2013Predicting breakfast consumption: A comparison of the theory of planned behaviour and the health action process approachKothe, Emily; MacCann, Carolyn; Mullan, Barbara; Wong, Cara; Psychology; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyPredicting breakfast consumption: A comparison of the theory of planned behaviour and the health action process approach, British Food Journal, vol.115, 11, 2013,pp 1638-1657
2012Promoting fruit and vegetable consumption. Testing an intervention based on the theory of planned behaviourButow, Phyllis; Kothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyPromoting fruit and vegetable consumption. Testing an intervention based on the theory of planned behaviour, Appetite, vol.58, 3, 2012,pp 997-1004
2016Reasoned versus reactive prediction of behaviour: a meta-analysis of the prototype willingness modelMonds, Lauren Ann; Todd, Jemma; Kothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Central Clinical School: Medicine; PsychologyReasoned versus reactive prediction of behaviour: a meta-analysis of the prototype willingness model, Health Psychology Review, vol.10, 1, 2016,pp 1-24
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
2011Smokers and ex-smokers reaction to anti-smoking advertising: a mixed methods approachKothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; PsychologySmokers and ex-smokers reaction to anti-smoking advertising: a mixed methods approach, Orbit: University of Sydney Undergraduate Research Journal, vol.2, 1, 2011,pp 29-37
2010A web-based formative assessment tool for Masters students: A pilot studyButow, Phyllis; Costa, Daniel; Kothe, Emily; Mullan, Barbara; Psychology; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyA web-based formative assessment tool for Masters students: A pilot study, Computers and Education, vol.54, 4,pp 1248-1253