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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 34, Number 2, 1 February 2019

The surgical anxiety questionnaire (SAQ): development and validation
pp. 129-146(18)
Authors: Burton, Dominic; King, Amy; Bartley, Jim; Petrie, Keith J.; Broadbent, Elizabeth

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Trajectories of public psycho-behavioural responses relating to influenza A(H7N9) over the winter of 2014-15 in Hong Kong
pp. 162-180(19)
Authors: Liao, Qiuyan; Wu, Peng; Wing Tak Lam, Wendy; Cowling, Benjamin J.; Fielding, Richard

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Optimising daily diary questionnaires about fatigue, psychological flexibility and well-being: perspectives of people with rheumatic disease
pp. 181-199(19)
Authors: Hegarty, Roisin S. M.; Treharne, Gareth J.; Stebbings, Simon; Graham, Katie; Conner, Tamlin S.

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Illness representations, pain and physical function in patients with rheumatic disorders: between- and within-person associations
pp. 200-215(16)
Authors: Sindlinger, K.; Meng, K.; Dorn, M.; Faller, H.; Schuler, M.

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Attributions for physical activity in very old adults: predicting everyday physical activity and mortality risk
pp. 216-231(16)
Authors: Parker, Patti C.; Chipperfield, Judith G.; Perry, Raymond P.; Hamm, Jeremy M.; Hoppmann, Christiane A.

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Time for change: using implementation intentions to promote physical activity in a randomised pilot trial
pp. 232-254(23)
Authors: Robinson, Stephanie A.; Bisson, Alycia N.; Hughes, Matthew L.; Ebert, Jane; Lachman, Margie E.

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