Emily Kothe
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Impact of medical Qigong on quality of life, fatigue, mood and inflammation in cancer patients: a randomized controlled trial
B Oh, P Butow, B Mullan, S Clarke, P Beale, N Pavlakis, E Kothe, L Lam, ...
Annals of Oncology 21 (3), 608-614, 2010
Evaluating a nursing communication skills training course: The relationships between self-rated ability, satisfaction, and actual performance
BA Mullan, EJ Kothe
Nurse education in practice 10 (6), 374-378, 2010
Attentional biases for food cues in overweight and individuals with obesity: a systematic review of the literature
JJ Hendrikse, RL Cachia, EJ Kothe, S McPhie, H Skouteris, MJ Hayden
Obesity reviews 16 (5), 424-432, 2015
Promoting fruit and vegetable consumption: Testing an intervention based on the theory of planned behaviour.
EJ Kothe, BA Mullan, P Butow
Appetite, 2012
Predicting intention to receive a seasonal influenza vaccination using Protection Motivation Theory
M Ling, EJ Kothe, BA Mullan
Social Science & Medicine 233, 87-92, 2019
Predicting adolescents' safe food handling using an extended theory of planned behavior
BA Mullan, C Wong, EJ Kothe
Food Control 31 (2), 454-460, 2013
Protection motivation theory and pro‐environmental behaviour: A systematic mapping review
EJ Kothe, M Ling, M North, A Klas, BA Mullan, L Novoradovskaya
Australian Journal of Psychology 71 (4), 411-432, 2019
Reasoned versus reactive prediction of behaviour: A meta-analysis of the prototype willingness model
J Todd, E Kothe, B Mullan, L Monds
Health psychology review 10 (1), 1-24, 2016
Dissonance‐based interventions for health behaviour change: A systematic review
T Freijy, EJ Kothe
British journal of health psychology 18 (2), 310-337, 2013
Survivorship care plans in cancer: a meta‐analysis and systematic review of care plan outcomes
RE Hill, CE Wakefield, RJ Cohn, JE Fardell, MEE Brierley, E Kothe, ...
The Oncologist 25 (2), e351-e372, 2020
Does the theory of planned behaviour explain condom use behaviour among men who have sex with men? A meta-analytic review of the literature
BJ Andrew, BA Mullan, JBF de Wit, LA Monds, J Todd, EJ Kothe
AIDS and Behavior 20, 2834-2844, 2016
A randomised controlled trial of a theory of planned behaviour to increase fruit and vegetable consumption. Fresh Facts
EJ Kothe, BA Mullan
Appetite 78, 68-75, 2014
The role of antenatal and postnatal maternal bonding in infant development: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
GA Le Bas, GJ Youssef, JA Macdonald, L Rossen, SJ Teague, EJ Kothe, ...
Social development 29 (1), 3-20, 2020
Randomised controlled trial of a brief theory-based intervention promoting breakfast consumption
EJ Kothe, BA Mullan, R Amaratunga
Appetite 56 (1), 148-155, 2011
Interaction effects in the theory of planned behaviour: Predicting fruit and vegetable consumption in three prospective cohorts
EJ Kothe, BA Mullan
British journal of health psychology 20 (3), 549-562, 2015
A web-based formative assessment tool for Masters students: A pilot study
DSJ Costa, BA Mullan, EJ Kothe, P Butow
Computers & Education 54 (4), 1248-1253, 2010
Predicting adolescent breakfast consumption in the UK and Australia using an extended theory of planned behaviour
B Mullan, C Wong, E Kothe
Appetite 62, 127-132, 2013
Self-regulation and the intention behaviour gap. Exploring dietary behaviours in university students
B Mullan, V Allom, A Brogan, E Kothe, J Todd
Appetite 73, 7-14, 2014
An examination of the demographic predictors of adolescent breakfast consumption, content, and context
B Mullan, C Wong, E Kothe, K O’Moore, K Pickles, K Sainsbury
BMC Public Health 14, 1-9, 2014
Explaining the intention–behaviour gap in gluten-free diet adherence: The moderating roles of habit and perceived behavioural control
EJ Kothe, K Sainsbury, L Smith, BA Mullan
Journal of health psychology 20 (5), 580-591, 2015
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