What do people think about when they answer the Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire? A ‘think-aloud’ study
Double Dutch: The ‘think-aloud’ Brief IPQ study uses a Dutch translation with confusing wording and the wrong instructions
The Brief IPQ does not have ‘robust psychometrics’: Why there is a need for further developmental work on the Brief IPQ, and why our study provides a useful start
Reflective and non-reflective antecedents of health-related behaviour: Exploring the relative contributions of impulsivity and implicit self-control to the prediction of dietary behaviour
The role of perceived risk in general practitioners' decisions to inform partners of HIV-infected patients
A daily diary study on the independent and interactive effects of headache and self-regulatory factors on daily affect among adolescents
The association between dispositional mindfulness, psychological well-being, and perceived health in a Swedish population-based sample
The relationship between self-efficacy and resting blood pressure in spousal Alzheimer's caregivers
Understanding needle-related distress in children with cystic fibrosis
Reactions to a health threat: Dispositional threat orientations and message characteristics
The role of fearful beliefs in the relationship between situational self-awareness and report of breathing-related sensations
Investigating behavioural mimicry in the context of stair/escalator choice
Handedness and drinking behaviour
Body dissatisfaction: Can a short media literacy message reduce negative media exposure effects amongst adolescent girls?
Social cognitive determinants of physical activity among retired older individuals: An application of the health action process approach
Appearance matters: The frame and focus of health messages influences beliefs about skin cancer
How do adolescents adjust to their parent's multiple sclerosis?: An interview study
Understanding young and older male drivers' willingness to drive while intoxicated: The predictive utility of constructs specified by the theory of planned behaviour and the prototype willingness model