Prof. Caroline Meyer
Prof. Caroline Meyer
Institute for Digital Healthcare
Verified email at warwick.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Psychometric properties of the long and short versions of the Young Schema Questionnaire: Core beliefs among bulimic and comparison women
G Waller, C Meyer, V Ohanian
Cognitive Therapy and Research 25 (2), 137-147, 2001
2842001
Distress tolerance in the eating disorders
E Corstorphine, V Mountford, S Tomlinson, G Waller, C Meyer
Eating behaviors 8 (1), 91-97, 2007
2782007
Cognitive content among bulimic women: The role of core beliefs
G Waller, V Ohanian, C Meyer, S Osman
International Journal of Eating Disorders 28 (2), 235-241, 2000
2262000
Maternal and paternal controlling feeding practices with male and female children
J Blissett, C Meyer, E Haycraft
Appetite 47 (2), 212-219, 2006
2172006
Parental influences on children’s eating behaviour and characteristics of successful parent-focussed interventions
GL Mitchell, C Farrow, E Haycraft, C Meyer
Appetite 60, 85-94, 2013
2122013
Eating disorders and quality of life: A review of the literature
PE Jenkins, RR Hoste, C Meyer, JM Blissett
Clinical psychology review 31 (1), 113-121, 2011
2012011
The role of interpersonal functioning in the maintenance of eating psychopathology: A systematic review and testable model
J Arcelus, M Haslam, C Farrow, C Meyer
Clinical Psychology Review 33 (1), 156-167, 2013
1812013
Anger and core beliefs in the eating disorders
G Waller, M Babbs, R Milligan, C Meyer, V Ohanian, N Leung
International Journal of Eating Disorders 34 (1), 118-124, 2003
1812003
Compulsive exercise and eating disorders
C Meyer, L Taranis, H Goodwin, E Haycraft
European Eating Disorders Review 19 (3), 174-189, 2011
1782011
Sexual orientation and eating psychopathology: The role of masculinity and femininity
C Meyer, J Blissett, C Oldfield
International Journal of Eating Disorders 29 (3), 314-318, 2001
1772001
Fear of negative evaluation and the development of eating psychopathology: A longitudinal study among nonclinical women
N Gilbert, C Meyer
International Journal of Eating Disorders 37 (4), 307-312, 2005
1642005
Positive and negative changes following vicarious exposure to the September 11 terrorist attacks
PA Linley, S Joseph, R Cooper, S Harris, C Meyer
Journal of Traumatic Stress 16 (5), 481-485, 2003
1512003
Social anxiety and coping strategies in the eating disorders
H Hinrichsen, F Wright, G Waller, C Meyer
Eating behaviors 4 (2), 117-126, 2003
1492003
Disordered eating and exercise: development and preliminary validation of the compulsive exercise test (CET)
L Taranis, S Touyz, C Meyer
European Eating Disorders Review 19 (3), 256-268, 2011
1382011
Relationships between temperament and eating behaviours in young children
E Haycraft, C Farrow, C Meyer, F Powell, J Blissett
Appetite 56 (3), 689-692, 2011
1372011
Food avoidance in children. The influence of maternal feeding practices and behaviours
FC Powell, CV Farrow, C Meyer
Appetite 57 (3), 683-692, 2011
1322011
What cognitive behavioral techniques do therapists report using when delivering cognitive behavioral therapy for the eating disorders?
G Waller, H Stringer, C Meyer
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 80 (1), 171, 2012
1312012
Emotional states and bulimic psychopathology
C Meyer, G Waller, A Waters
Neurobiology in the treatment of eating disorders, 271-289, 1998
1211998
Cognitive representations in alcohol and opiate abuse: The role of core beliefs
J Brotchie, C Meyer, A Copello, R Kidney, G Waller
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 43 (3), 337-342, 2004
1132004
Links between parenting and core beliefs: Preliminary psychometric validation of the Young Parenting Inventory
A Sheffield, G Waller, F Emanuelli, J Murray, C Meyer
Cognitive Therapy and Research 29 (6), 787-802, 2005
1022005
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