Catherine Talbot
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Exploring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and UK lockdown on individuals with experience of eating disorders
D Branley-Bell, CV Talbot
Journal of eating disorders 8 (1), 44, 2020
A content analysis of thinspiration, fitspiration, and bonespiration imagery on social media
CV Talbot, J Gavin, T Van Steen, Y Morey
Journal of eating disorders 5, 1-8, 2017
‘Getting back to normality seems as big of a step as going into lockdown’: the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people with early to middle stage dementia
CV Talbot, P Briggs
Age and ageing 50 (3), 657-663, 2021
How people with dementia use twitter: A qualitative analysis
CV Talbot, ST O'Dwyer, L Clare, J Heaton, J Anderson
Computers in Human Behavior 102, 112-119, 2020
Navigating Open Science as Early Career Feminist Researchers
M Pownall, CV Talbot, A Henschel, A Lautarescu, K Lloyd, H Hartmann, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
Loneliness in older people and COVID-19: applying the social identity approach to digital intervention design
A Stuart, D Katz, C Stevenson, D Gooch, L Harkin, M Bennasar, ...
Computers in Human Behavior Reports 6, 100179, 2022
The use of digital technologies by people with mild-to-moderate dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic: A positive technology perspective
CV Talbot, P Briggs
Dementia 21 (4), 1363–1380, 2022
The use of Twitter by people with young-onset dementia: A qualitative analysis of narratives and identity formation in the age of social media
CV Talbot, ST O’Dwyer, L Clare, J Heaton
Dementia 20 (7), 2542-2557, 2021
Identifying people with dementia on Twitter
C Talbot, S O’Dwyer, L Clare, J Heaton, J Anderson
Dementia 19 (4), 965-974, 2020
The management of LGBTQ+ identities on social media: A student perspective
CV Talbot, A Talbot, DJ Roe, P Briggs
new media & society 24 (8), 1729-1750, 2022
“It is the only constant in what feels like a completely upside down and scary world”: Living with an eating disorder during COVID-19 and the importance of perceived control …
D Branley-Bell, CV Talbot
Appetite 167, 105596, 2021
Embedding open and reproducible science into teaching: A bank of lesson plans and resources
M Pownall, F Azevedo, A Aldoh, M Elsherif, M Vasilev, CR Pennington, ...
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology, 2021
# BetterHealth: A qualitative analysis of reactions to the UK government’s better health campaign
CV Talbot, D Branley-Bell
Journal of Health Psychology 27 (5), 1252-1258, 2022
The early impacts of COVID-19 on unpaid carers of people living with dementia: part II of a mixed-methods systematic review
C Giebel, CV Talbot, E Wharton, K Lorenz-Dant, A Suárez-González, ...
Aging & mental health 27 (3), 547-562, 2023
Three Steps to Open Science for Qualitative Research in Psychology
P Branney, J Brooks, L Kilby, K Newman, E Norris, M Pownall, CV Talbot, ...
PsyArXiv, 2022
The Digital Lives of Student Mothers: A Consideration of Technologies That Support or Erode the Student/Parent Boundary
L Thomas, CV Talbot, P Briggs
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 154, 102689, 2021
Opportunities, challenges and tensions: Open science through a lens of qualitative social psychology
M Pownall, CV Talbot, L Kilby, P Branney
British Journal of Social Psychology 62 (4), 1581-1589, 2023
Conceptualisations of health in orthorexia nervosa: A mixed-methods study
M Greville-Harris, CV Talbot, RL Moseley, L Vuillier
Eating and Weight Disorders-Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity 27 (8 …, 2022
‘I found it the only place that spoke the same language’: a thematic analysis of messages posted to an online peer support discussion forum for people living with dementia
CV Talbot, NS Coulson
Age and Ageing 52 (1), afac330, 2023
“I feel more protective over my body:” A brief report on pregnant women’s embodied experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic
E Nolen, JA Siegel, M Pownall, C Talbot, C Dann
Body Image 42, 197-204, 2022
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