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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 29, Number 10, 3 October 2014

The relative importance of patients’ decisional control preferences and experiences
pp. 1105-1118(14)
Authors: Ghane, Arezou; Huynh, Ho Phi; Andrews, Sara E.; Legg, Angela M.; Tabuenca, Arnold; Sweeny, Kate

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Examining the role of parental self-regulation in family physical activity: A mixed-methods approach
pp. 1137-1155(19)
Authors: Butson, Michael L.; Borkoles, Erika; Hanlon, Clare; Morris, Tony; Romero, Vivian; Polman, Remco

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Type D personality and cardiovascular reactivity to an ecologically valid multitasking stressor
pp. 1156-1175(20)
Authors: Kelly-Hughes, Denise H.; Wetherell, Mark A.; Smith, Michael A.

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Exposure to television food advertising primes food-related cognitions and triggers motivation to eat
pp. 1192-1205(14)
Authors: Kemps, Eva; Tiggemann, Marika; Hollitt, Sarah

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Correlates of reduced exercise behaviour in depression: The role of motivational and volitional deficits
pp. 1206-1225(20)
Authors: Krämer, Lena V.; Helmes, Almut W.; Seelig, Harald; Fuchs, Reinhard; Bengel, Jürgen

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