Items where Division is "College of Health & Life Sciences > Aston Institute of Health & Neurodevelopment (AIHN)" and Year is 2024

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Ball, Susan, Reardon, Tessa, Creswell, Cathy, Taylor, Lucy, Brown, Paul, Ford, Tamsin, Gray, Alastair, Hill, Claire, Jasper, Bec, Larkin, Michael, Macdonald, Ian, Morgan, Fran, Pollard, Jack, Sancho, Michelle, Sniehotta, Falko F., Spence, Susan H., Stainer, Jason, Stallard, Paul, Violato, Mara and Ukoumunne, Obioha C. (2024). Statistical analysis plan for a cluster randomised controlled trial to compare screening, feedback and intervention for child anxiety problems to usual school practice: identifying Child Anxiety Through Schools-identification to intervention (iCATS-i2i). Trials, 25 (1),

Bompas, Aline, Sumner, Petroc and Hedge, Craig (2024). Non-decision time: the Higgs boson of decision. Psychological Review , (In Press)

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Clarke, Rebecca, Heath, Gemma, Ross, Jonathan and Farrow, Claire (2024). Interventions Supporting Engagement with Sexual Healthcare among People of Black Ethnicity: A Systematic Review of Behaviour Change Techniques. Sexual Health, 21 (1),

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Day, William, Craythorne, Shioma-Lei, Moutela, Tiago, Slade, Katharine and Heath, Gemma (2024). Creative phenomenology within health and social care research: bridging the gap between experience and expression. IN: The Routledge International Handbook of Innovative Qualitative Psychological Research. Tseliou, Eleftheria; Demuth, Carolin; Georgaca, Eugenie and Gough, Brendan (eds) Routledge.

Day, William, Larkin, Michael and Shaw, Rachel (2024). Combining collaging, phenomenology and photographs to meaningfully interact with participants’ creative self-representations. Methods in Psychology, 10 ,

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Edwards, Katie L., Thomas, Jason M., Higgs, Suzanne and Blissett, Jacqueline (2024). Exposure to models’ negative facial expressions whilst eating a vegetable decreases women’s liking of the modelled vegetable, but not their desire to eat. Frontiers in Psychology, 14 ,

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Harris, Julie M., Hughes, Anna E., Occelli, Valeria and Strong, Samantha (2024). Helping students see eye to eye: Diversifying teaching of sensation and perception in higher education. Visual Cognition ,

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Larkin, Michael and Boden‐Stuart, Zoë V. R. (2024). The dynamics of interpersonal trust: Implications for care at times of psychological crisis. Philosophical Psychology, 37 (1), pp. 148-166.

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Marlow, Katherine, Agar, Georgie, Jones, Christopher, Devine, Rory T. and Richards, Caroline (2024). The Prevalence and Correlates of Self-restraint in Individuals with Autism and/or Intellectual Disability:a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders ,

Mulvale, Gillian, Green, Jenn, Robert, Glenn, Larkin, Michael, Vackerberg, Nicoline, Kjellström, Sofia, Hossain, Puspita, Moll, Sandra, Lim, Esther and Craythorne, Shioma-Lei (2024). Adopting, implementing and assimilating coproduced health and social care innovations involving structurally vulnerable populations: findings from a longitudinal, multiple case study design in Canada, Scotland and Sweden. Health Research Policy and Systems, 22 (1),

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Screti, Cassandra, Edwards, Katie and Blissett, Jacqueline (2024). Understanding family food purchasing behaviour of low-income urban UK families: An analysis of parent capability, opportunity and motivation. Appetite, 195 ,

Shaw, Rachel, Morrison, Rachael, Webb, Sarah, Balogun, Omobolanle, Duncan, Heather P. and Butcher, Isabelle (2024). Challenges to Wellbeing in Critical Care. Nursing in Critical Care ,

Shelley, Lauren, Jones, Chris, Pearson, Effie, Richards, Caroline, Crawford, Hayley, Paricos, Arianna, Greenhill, Courtney, Woodhead, Alixandra, Tarver, Joanne and Waite, Jane (2024). Measurement tools for behaviours that challenge and behavioural function in people with intellectual disability: A systematic review and meta-analysis of internal consistency, inter-rater reliability, and test-retest reliability. Clinical Psychology Review ,

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