John Weinman
John Weinman
Professor of Psychology, Kings College London
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The revised illness perception questionnaire (IPQ-R)
R Moss-Morris, J Weinman, K Petrie, R Horne, L Cameron, D Buick
Psychology and health 17 (1), 1-16, 2002
The brief illness perception questionnaire
E Broadbent, KJ Petrie, J Main, J Weinman
Journal of psychosomatic research 60 (6), 631-637, 2006
Patients' beliefs about prescribed medicines and their role in adherence to treatment in chronic physical illness
R Horne, J Weinman
Journal of psychosomatic research 47 (6), 555-567, 1999
The beliefs about medicines questionnaire: the development and evaluation of a new method for assessing the cognitive representation of medication
R Horne, J Weinman, M Hankins
Psychology and health 14 (1), 1-24, 1999
The illness perception questionnaire: a new method for assessing the cognitive representation of illness
J Weinman, KJ Petrie, R Moss-Morris, R Horne
Psychology and health 11 (3), 431-445, 1996
The place of inter-rater reliability in qualitative research: An empirical study
D Armstrong, A Gosling, J Weinman, T Marteau
Sociology 31 (3), 597-606, 1997
Self-regulation and self-management in asthma: exploring the role of illness perceptions and treatment beliefs in explaining non-adherence to preventer medication
R Horne, J Weinman
Psychology and Health 17 (1), 17-32, 2002
Changing illness perceptions after myocardial infarction: an early intervention randomized controlled trial
KJ Petrie, LD Cameron, CJ Ellis, D Buick, J Weinman
Psychosomatic medicine 64 (4), 580-586, 2002
Measures in health psychology: A user’s portfolio. Causal and control beliefs
R Schwarzer, M Jerusalem, J Weinman, S Wright, M Johnston
Causal and control beliefs 1, 35-37, 1995
Role of patients' view of their illness in predicting return to work and functioning after myocardial infarction: longitudinal study
KJ Petrie, J Weinman, N Sharpe, J Buckley
Bmj 312 (7040), 1191-1194, 1996
Doctor-patient communication and patient satisfaction: a review.
S Williams, J Weinman, J Dale
Family practice 15 (5), 480-492, 1998
The use and reporting of cluster analysis in health psychology: A review
J Clatworthy, D Buick, M Hankins, J Weinman, R Horne
British journal of health psychology 10 (3), 329-358, 2005
Patient-centredness in chronic illness: what is it and does it matter?
S Michie, J Miles, J Weinman
Patient education and counseling 51 (3), 197-206, 2003
A systematic review and meta-analysis of the Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire
E Broadbent, C Wilkes, H Koschwanez, J Weinman, S Norton, KJ Petrie
Psychology & health 30 (11), 1361-1385, 2015
Illness perceptions, coping and functioning in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and psoriasis
M Scharloo, AA Kaptein, J Weinman, JM Hazes, LNA Willems, ...
Journal of psychosomatic research 44 (5), 573-585, 1998
Concordance, adherence and compliance in medicine taking
R Horne, J Weinman, N Barber, R Elliott, M Morgan, A Cribb, I Kellar
London: NCCSDO 2005 (40), 6, 2005
Why illness perceptions matter
K Petrie, J Weinman
Clinical medicine 6 (6), 536, 2006
Memory bias in clinical anxiety.
K Mogg, A Mathews, J Weinman
Journal of abnormal psychology 96 (2), 94, 1987
Selective processing of threat cues in anxiety states: A replication
K Mogg, A Mathews, J Weinman
Behaviour research and therapy 27 (4), 317-323, 1989
Perceived stress and cortisol levels predict speed of wound healing in healthy male adults
M Ebrecht, J Hextall, LG Kirtley, A Taylor, M Dyson, J Weinman
Psychoneuroendocrinology 29 (6), 798-809, 2004
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