ISSN 1354-8506 (Print); ISSN 1465-3966 (Online)
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
Mechanisms of patient health behavior change in a randomized controlled trial of a spouse-assisted intervention
McVay, Megan A.; King, Heather A.; Jeffreys, Amy S.; Coffman, Cynthia J.; Voils, Corrine I.
Pessimistic back beliefs and lack of exercise: a longitudinal risk study in relation to shoulder, neck, and back pain
Elfering, Achim; Müller, Urs; Rolli Salathé, Cornelia; Tamcan, Özgür; Mannion, Anne F.
Improving medication adherence in rheumatoid arthritis (RA): a pilot study
Ferguson, A.; Ibrahim, F.A.; Thomas, V.; Weinman, J.; Simpson, C.; Cope, A.P.; Scott, D.L.; Lempp, H.
Approach, avoidance and weight-related testing: An investigation of frontal EEG asymmetry
Faries, Mark D.; Kephart, Wesley; Jones, Eric J.
Pre-operative history of depression and cognitive changes in bariatric surgery patients
Alosco, Michael L.; Spitznagel, Mary Beth; Strain, Gladys; Devlin, Michael; Cohen, Ronald; Crosby, Ross D.; Mitchell, James E.; Gunstad, John
Inverse roles of emotional labour on health and job satisfaction among long-term care workers in Japan
Tsukamoto, Erika; Abe, Takeru; Ono, Michikazu
Improving hand hygiene behaviour among adolescents by a planning intervention
Zhou, Guangyu; Jiang, Tingting; Knoll, Nina; Schwarzer, Ralf
Protection motivation theory and social distancing behaviour in response to a simulated infectious disease epidemic
Williams, Lynn; Rasmussen, Susan; Kleczkowski, Adam; Maharaj, Savi; Cairns, Nicole
Examining alcohol consumption with the theory of planned behaviour: Do health and alcohol knowledge play a role?
Hasking, Penelope; Schofield, Lachlan
Examining substance use and affective processes as multivariate risk factors associated with overweight body mass among treatment-seeking smokers
Farris, Samantha G.; Zvolensky, Michael J.; Robles, Zuzuky; Schmidt, Norman B.
Trends of psychology-related research on euthanasia: a qualitative software-based thematic analysis of journal abstracts
Depression CBT treatment gains among HIV-infected persons with a history of injection drug use varies as a function of baseline substance use
Labbe, Allison K.; O’Cleirigh, Conall M.; Stein, Michael; Safren, Steven A.