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Hypochondriacal attitudes may reflect a general cognitive bias that is not limited to illness-related thoughts
Schwenzer, Michael; Mathiak, Klaus
Cognitive predictors of posttraumatic stress symptoms six months following acute coronary syndrome
Wikman, Anna; Molloy, Gerard J.; Randall, Gemma; Steptoe, Andrew
Emotion recognition and emotional theory of mind in chronic fatigue syndrome
Oldershaw, A.; Hambrook, D.; Rimes, K.A.; Tchanturia, K.; Treasure, J.; Richards, S.; Schmidt, U.; Chalder, T.
Embodied cognition and skilled health behaviour
Gangi, Cynthia; Sherman, David K.; White, Marina L.
Communicating BRCA1/2 genetic test results within the family: A qualitative analysis
Dancyger, Caroline; Wiseman, Mel; Jacobs, Chris; Smith, Jonathan A.; Wallace, Melissa; Michie, Susan
The persuasive effects of framing messages on fruit and vegetable consumption according to regulatory focus theory
Dijkstra, Arie; Rothman, Alexander; Pietersma, Suzanne
The relationship between self-control and health: The mediating effect of avoidant coping
Boals, Adriel; vanDellen, Michelle R.; Banks, Jonathan B.
Attachment relationships and physical activity motivation of college students
Ullrich-French, Sarah; Smith, Alan L.; Cox, Anne E.
Path analysis of exercise treatment-induced changes in psychological factors leading to weight loss
Annesi, James J.; Marti, C. Nathan
Are smokers interested in genetic testing for smoking addiction? A socio-cognitive approach
Smerecnik, Chris; Quaak, Marieke; van Schayck, Constant P.; van Schooten, Frederik-Jan; de Vries, Hein
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