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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 33, Number 2, 1 February 2018

The interplay between feelings and beliefs about condoms as predictors of their use
pp. 176-192(17)
Authors: Ellis, Erin M.; Rajagopal, Rekha; Kiviniemi, Marc T.

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Moderation of the effects of discrimination-induced affective responses on health outcomes
pp. 193-212(20)
Authors: Gerrard, Meg; Gibbons, Frederick X.; Fleischli, Mary E.; Cutrona, Carolyn E.; Stock, Michelle L.

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Cigarette graphic warning labels increase both risk perceptions and smoking myth endorsement
pp. 213-234(22)
Authors: Evans, Abigail T.; Peters, Ellen; Shoben, Abigail B.; Meilleur, Louise R.; Klein, Elizabeth G.; Tompkins, Mary Kate; Tusler, Martin

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Positive affect and physical activity: Testing effects on goal setting, activation, prioritisation, and attainment
pp. 258-274(17)
Authors: Cameron, David S.; Bertenshaw, Emma J.; Sheeran, Paschal

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Feeling bad about progress does not lead people want to change their health behaviour
pp. 275-291(17)
Authors: Reynolds, James P.; Webb, Thomas L.; Benn, Yael; Chang, Betty P.I.; Sheeran, Paschal

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The role of the affect heuristic and cancer anxiety in responding to negative information about medical tests
pp. 292-312(21)
Authors: Scherer, Laura D.; Shaffer, Victoria A.; Caverly, Tanner; Scherer, Aaron M.; Zikmund-Fisher, Brian J.; Kullgren, Jeffrey T.; Fagerlin, Angela

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