Mark Conner
TitleCited byYear
Efficacy of the theory of planned behaviour: A meta‐analytic review
CJ Armitage, M Conner
British journal of social psychology 40 (4), 471-499, 2001
96642001
Extending the theory of planned behavior: A review and avenues for further research
M Conner, CJ Armitage
Journal of applied social psychology 28 (15), 1429-1464, 1998
33211998
Predicting health behaviour
M Conner, P Norman
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2005
21472005
Predicting health behaviour
M Conner, P Norman
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2005
21012005
Theory of planned behaviour and health behaviour
M Conner, P Sparks
Predicting health behaviour 2 (1), 121-162, 2005
14562005
Prospective prediction of health-related behaviours with the theory of planned behaviour: A meta-analysis
RRC McEachan, M Conner, NJ Taylor, RJ Lawton
Health Psychology Review 5 (2), 97-144, 2011
13122011
Social cognition models and health behaviour: A structured review
CJ Armitage, M Conner
Psychology and health 15 (2), 173-189, 2000
10782000
Distinguishing Perceptions of Control From Self‐Efficacy: Predicting Consumption of a Low‐Fat Diet Using the Theory of Planned Behavior1
CJ Armitage, M Conner
Journal of applied social psychology 29 (1), 72-90, 1999
7271999
The role of social cognition models in predicting health behaviours: Future directions.
P Norman, M Conner
Predicting health behaviour, 197-225, 1996
721*1996
The theory of planned behaviour: Assessment of predictive validity and'perceived control
CJ Armitage, M Conner
British journal of social psychology 38 (1), 35-54, 1999
7021999
The theory of planned behavior and healthy eating.
M Conner, P Norman, R Bell
Health psychology 21 (2), 194, 2002
6242002
Recommendations for increasing replicability in psychology
JB Asendorpf, M Conner, F De Fruyt, J De Houwer, JJA Denissen, ...
European Journal of Personality 27 (2), 108-119, 2013
5952013
The theory of planned behavior and smoking cessation.
P Norman, M Conner, R Bell
Health psychology 18 (1), 89, 1999
4921999
Interaction effects in the theory of planned behaviour: Studying cannabis use
M Conner, B McMillan
British journal of social psychology 38 (2), 195-222, 1999
4671999
Evidence that perceived behavioural control is a multidimensional construct: Perceived control and perceived difficulty
D Trafimow, P Sheeran, M Conner, KA Finlay
British journal of social psychology 41 (1), 101-121, 2002
4512002
Conscientiousness and the theory of planned behavior: Toward a more complete model of the antecedents of intentions and behavior
M Conner, C Abraham
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 27 (11), 1547-1561, 2001
4232001
Attitudinal ambivalence: A test of three key hypotheses
CJ Armitage, M Conner
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (11), 1421-1432, 2000
4172000
Effects of daily hassles and eating style on eating behavior.
DB O'Connor, F Jones, M Conner, B McMillan, E Ferguson
Health Psychology 27 (1S), S20, 2008
4052008
Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour to two dietary behaviours: Roles of perceived control and self‐efficacy
R Povey, M Conner, P Sparks, R James, R Shepherd
British Journal of Health Psychology 5 (2), 121-139, 2000
3832000
Alcohol consumption and the theory of planned behavior: An examination of the cognitive mediation of past behaviorid
M Conner, R Warren, S Close, P Sparks
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 29 (8), 1676-1704, 1999
3751999
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