Richard Cooke
Richard Cooke
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Moderation of cognition‐intention and cognition‐behaviour relations: A meta‐analysis of properties of variables from the theory of planned behaviour
R Cooke, P Sheeran
British journal of social psychology 43 (2), 159-186, 2004
5242004
How well does the theory of planned behaviour predict alcohol consumption? A systematic review and meta-analysis
R Cooke, M Dahdah, P Norman, DP French
Health psychology review 10 (2), 148-167, 2016
3872016
How well do the theory of reasoned action and theory of planned behaviour predict intentions and attendance at screening programmes? A meta-analysis
R Cooke, DP French
Psychology and Health 23 (7), 745-765, 2008
3872008
Measuring, monitoring and managing the psychological well-being of first year university students
R Cooke, BM Bewick, M Barkham, M Bradley, K Audin
British Journal of Guidance & Counselling 34 (4), 505-517, 2006
3672006
Effectiveness of interventions to prevent pre-frailty and frailty progression in older adults: a systematic review
J Apóstolo, R Cooke, E Bobrowicz-Campos, S Santana, M Marcucci, ...
JBI database of systematic reviews and implementation reports 16 (1), 140, 2018
258*2018
Predicting binge-drinking behaviour using an extended TPB: Examining the impact of anticipated regret and descriptive norms
R Cooke, F Sniehotta, B Schüz
Alcohol and Alcoholism 42 (2), 84-91, 2007
2152007
Student debt and its relation to student mental health
R Cooke, M Barkham, K Audin, M Bradley, J Davy
Journal of Further and Higher Education 28 (1), 53-66, 2004
2122004
The goal‐dependent automaticity of drinking habits
P Sheeran, H Aarts, R Custers, A Rivis, TL Webb, R Cooke
British Journal of Social Psychology 44 (1), 47-63, 2005
1882005
Using the theory of planned behaviour to understand binge drinking: The importance of beliefs for developing interventions
DP French, R Cooke
British journal of health psychology 17 (1), 1-17, 2012
1402012
What do people think about when they answer Theory of Planned Behaviour questionnaires? Athink aloud'study
DP French, R Cooke, N Mclean, M Williams, S Sutton
Journal of health psychology 12 (4), 672-687, 2007
1372007
Predicting risk and outcomes for frail older adults: an umbrella review of frailty screening tools
J Apóstolo, R Cooke, E Bobrowicz-Campos, S Santana, M Marcucci, ...
JBI database of systematic reviews and implementation reports 15 (4), 1154, 2017
1342017
How social class differences affect students' experience of university
R COOKE*, M Barkham, K Audin, M Bradley
Journal of Further and Higher Education 28 (4), 407-421, 2004
882004
Mapping the mind for the modern market researcher
C Senior, H Smyth, R Cooke, RL Shaw, E Peel
Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 2007
792007
Using a combined motivational and volitional intervention to promote exercise and healthy dietary behaviour among undergraduates
Y Zhang, R Cooke
Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 95 (2), 215-223, 2012
602012
Self-affirmation promotes physical activity
R Cooke, H Trebaczyk, P Harris, AJ Wright
Journal of sport and exercise psychology 36 (2), 217-223, 2014
562014
Quality of life, stress, and mental health in parents of children with parentally diagnosed food allergy compared to medically diagnosed and healthy controls
G Birdi, R Cooke, R Knibb
Journal of allergy 2016, 2016
422016
The role of context and timeframe in moderating relationships within the theory of planned behaviour
R Cooke, DP French
Psychology & health 26 (9), 1225-1240, 2011
412011
Self-affirmation before exposure to health communications promotes intentions and health behavior change by increasing anticipated regret
GM van Koningsbruggen, PR Harris, AJ Smits, B Schüz, U Scholz, ...
Communication Research 43 (8), 1027-1044, 2016
382016
Transition from community dwelling to retirement village in older adults: cognitive functioning and psychological health outcomes
C Holland, A Boukouvalas, S Wallis, D Clarkesmith, R Cooke, L Liddell, ...
Ageing & Society 37 (7), 1499-1526, 2017
372017
A theory-based approach for developing interventions to change patient behaviours: A medication adherence example from paediatric secondary care
G Heath, R Cooke, E Cameron
Healthcare 3 (4), 1228-1242, 2015
372015
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