Vanessa Allom
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Does inhibitory control training improve health behaviour? A meta-analysis
V Allom, B Mullan, M Hagger
Health Psychology Review 10 (2), 168-186, 2016
1642016
Individual differences in executive function predict distinct eating behaviours
V Allom, B Mullan
Appetite 80, 123-130, 2014
802014
Self-regulation versus habit: The influence of self-schema on fruit and vegetable consumption
V Allom, B Mullan
Psychology & health 27 (sup2), 7-24, 2012
702012
The role of executive function in bridging the intention-behaviour gap for binge-drinking in university students
B Mullan, C Wong, V Allom, SL Pack
Addictive behaviors 36 (10), 1023-1026, 2011
682011
Two inhibitory control training interventions designed to improve eating behaviour and determine mechanisms of change
V Allom, B Mullan
Appetite 89, 282-290, 2015
492015
Self-report and behavioural approaches to the measurement of self-control: Are we assessing the same construct?
V Allom, G Panetta, B Mullan, MS Hagger
Personality and Individual Differences 90, 137-142, 2016
442016
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
422014
Physical activity and transitioning to college: The importance of intentions and habits
V Allom, B Mullan, E Cowie, K Hamilton
American journal of health behavior 40 (2), 280-290, 2016
362016
Examining the predictive utility of an extended theory of planned behaviour model in the context of specific individual safe food-handling
B Mullan, V Allom, K Sainsbury, LA Monds
Appetite 90, 91-98, 2015
352015
Active behaviour change safety interventions in the construction industry: A systematic review
B Mullan, L Smith, K Sainsbury, V Allom, H Paterson, AL Lopez
Safety science 79, 139-148, 2015
342015
Closing the intention–behaviour gap for sunscreen use and sun protection behaviours
V Allom, B Mullan, J Sebastian
Psychology & health 28 (5), 477-494, 2013
292013
Building habit strength: A pilot intervention designed to improve food-safety behavior
B Mullan, V Allom, K Fayn, I Johnston
Food research international 66, 274-278, 2014
272014
The role of habit and perceived control on health behavior among pregnant women
B Mullan, J Henderson, E Kothe, V Allom, S Orbell, K Hamilton
American journal of health behavior 40 (3), 291-301, 2016
252016
A meta-analysis of the effect of new-media interventions on sexual-health behaviours
R Swanton, V Allom, B Mullan
Sex Transm Infect 91 (1), 14-20, 2015
222015
Determining motivation to engage in safe food handling behaviour
B Mullan, V Allom, K Sainsbury, LA Monds
Food control 61, 47-53, 2016
132016
Maintaining healthy eating behaviour: experiences and perceptions of young adults
V Allom, B Mullan
Nutrition & Food Science, 2014
132014
The effects of implicit and explicit self-control on self-reported aggression
DA Keatley, V Allom, B Mullan
Personality and Individual Differences 107, 154-158, 2017
112017
Breaking bad habits by improving executive function in individuals with obesity
V Allom, B Mullan, E Smith, P Hay, J Raman
BMC public health 18 (1), 505, 2018
102018
Understanding supplement use: an application of temporal self-regulation theory
V Allom, B Mullan, A Clifford, A Rebar
Psychology, health & medicine 23 (2), 178-188, 2018
92018
The Effect of Non-specific Response Inhibition Training on Alcohol Consumption: An Intervention
AL Bartsch, E Kothe, V Allom, B Mullan, K Houben
Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy 7 (1), 260, 2016
92016
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