Items where Division is "College of Health & Life Sciences > Applied Health Research Group" and Year is 2011

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Bronus, Kit, El Refaie, Amr and Pryce, Helen (2011). Auditory training and adult rehabilitation:a critical review of the evidence. Global Journal of Health Science, 3 (1), pp. 49-63.


Farrow, C., Haycraft, E. and Meyer, C. (2011). Similarities between eating attitudes among friendship groups in childhood:the moderating role of child anxiety. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 36 (10), pp. 1144-1152.


Knibb, Rebecca C. and Booth, David A. (2011). Situation-specific cognitive behavioural self-therapy for erroneously suspected allergy or intolerance to a food:a short self-assessment tool. Appetite, 57 (2), pp. 439-442.


Olander, Ellinor K., Atkinson, Lou, Edmunds, Jemma K. and French, David P. (2011). The views of pre- and post-natal women and health professionals regarding gestational weight gain:An exploratory study. Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, 2 (1), pp. 43-48.


Payne, Lucinda O., Martz, Denise M., Tompkins, K. Brooke, Petroff, Anna B. and Farrow, Claire V. (2011). Gender comparisons of fat talk in the United Kingdom and the United States. Sex Roles, 65 (7), pp. 557-565.

Powell, Faye C., Farrow, Claire V. and Meyer, Caroline (2011). Food avoidance in children:the influence of maternal feeding practices and behaviours. Appetite, 57 (3), pp. 683-692.


Valentine, Althea Z. and Knibb, Rebecca C. (2011). Exploring quality of life in families of children living with and without a severe food allergy. Appetite, 57 (2), pp. 467-474.

Velde, Jantina L van der, Blok, Bertine MJ Flokstra-de, Hamp, Ann, Knibb, Rebecca C, Duiverman, Eric J and Dubois, Anthony EJ (2011). Adolescent-parent disagreement on health-related quality of life in food allergic adolescents; who makes the difference? Clinical and Translational Allergy, 1 (Suppl ),

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