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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 29, Number 9, 2 September 2014

Erratum
pp. i-i(1)

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pp. ii-ii(1)

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Illness representations predict adherence in adolescents and young adults with type 1 diabetes
pp. 985-998(14)
Authors: McGrady, Meghan E.; Peugh, James L.; Hood, Korey K.

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The impact of holiday eating cues on self-regulatory bolstering for dieters and non-dieters
pp. 999-1013(15)
Authors: Martins, Chrissy M.; Vallen, Beth

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‘Will walk for groceries’: Acceptability of financial health incentives among Canadian cardiac rehabilitation patients
pp. 1032-1043(12)
Authors: Mitchell, Marc S.; Goodman, Jack M.; Alter, David A.; Oh, Paul I.; Faulkner, Guy E.J.

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Perceived variety, psychological needs satisfaction and exercise-related well-being
pp. 1044-1061(18)
Authors: Sylvester, Benjamin D.; Standage, Martyn; Dowd, A. Justine; Martin, Luc J.; Sweet, Shane N.; Beauchamp, Mark R.

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Physical activity as a moderator of the association between emotional eating and BMI: Evidence from the Swiss Food Panel
pp. 1062-1080(19)
Authors: Dohle, Simone; Hartmann, Christina; Keller, Carmen

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The unit size effect of indulgent food: How eating smaller sized items signals impulsivity and makes consumers eat less
pp. 1081-1103(23)
Authors: van Kleef, Ellen; Kavvouris, Christos; van Trijp, Hans C.M.

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