Chris Beedie
Chris Beedie
Professor of Psychology, School of Psychology, University of Kent | CHX Performance, London/Chamonix
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Distinctions between emotion and mood
CJ Beedie, AM Lane, PC Terry
Cognition and Emotion 19 (6), 847-878, 2005
Differential effects on cholesterol and lipid profile of physical activity, aerobic exercise, resistance training and combined exercise modalities: A review and synthesis
S Mann, C Beedie, A Jimenez
Sports Med 44, 211-221, 2014
The Profile of Mood States and athletic performance: Two meta-analyses
CJ Beedie, PD Terry, AM Lane
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 12, 49-68, 2000
The role of glucose in self-control: Another look at the evidence and an alternative conceptualization
CJ Beedie, AM Lane
Personality and Social Psychology Review 16 (2), 143-153, 2012
The placebo effect in sports performance
CJ Beedie, AJ Foad
Sports Medicine 39 (4), 313-329, 2009
Placebo effects of caffeine on cycling performance
CJ Beedie, EM Stuart, D Coleman
Med Sci Sports Exerc 38 (12), 2159-2164, 2006
The BASES expert statement on emotion regulation in sport
AM Lane, CJ Beedie, MV Jones, M Uphill, TJ Devonport
Journal of Sports Sciences 30 (11), 1189-1195, 2012
Changes in insulin sensitivity in response to different modalities of exercise: a review of the evidence
S Mann, C Beedie, S Balducci, S Zanuso, J Allgrove, F Bertiato, ...
Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews 30 (4), 257-268, 2014
Instrumental emotion regulation in sport: relationships between beliefs about emotion and emotion regulation strategies used by athletes
AM Lane, CJ Beedie, TJ Devonport, DM Stanley
Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 21 (6), e445-e451, 2011
Pharmacological and psychological effects of caffeine ingestion in 40-km cycling performance
AJ Foad, CJ Beedie, DA Coleman
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 40 (1), 158, 2008
Emotion in sport: Considering interpersonal regulation strategies
AP Friesen, AM Lane, TJ Devonport, CN Sellars, DN Stanley, CJ Beedie
International review of sport and exercise psychology 6 (1), 139-154, 2013
Positive and negative placebo effects resulting from the deceptive administration of an ergogenic aid
CJ Beedie, DA Coleman, AJ Foad
International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism 17 (3), 259-269, 2007
Placebo effects in competitive sport: Qualitative data
CJ Beedie
Journal of sports science & medicine 6 (1), 21, 2007
A higher effort-based paradigm in physical activity and exercise for public health: making the case for a greater emphasis on resistance training
J Steele, J Fisher, M Skivington, C Dunn, J Arnold, G Tew, A Batterham, ...
BMC Public Health, 2017
High agreement between laboratory and field estimates of critical power in cycling
B Karsten, SA Jobson, J Hopker, A Jimenez, C Beedie
International journal of sports medicine 35 (04), 298-303, 2014
Mood and performance: Test of a conceptual model with a focus on depressed mood
AM Lane, PC Terry, CJ Beedie, DA Curry, N Clark
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 2 (3), 157-172, 2001
Emotion regulation strategies used in the hour before running
DM Stanley, AM Lane, CJ Beedie, AP Friesen, TJ Devonport
International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 10 (3), 159-171, 2012
Validity and reliability of critical power field testing
B Karsten, SA Jobson, J Hopker, L Stevens, C Beedie
European journal of applied physiology 115 (1), 197-204, 2015
Consensus statement on placebo effects in sports and exercise: The need for conceptual clarity, methodological rigour, and the elucidation of neurobiological mechanisms
C Beedie, F Benedetti, D Barbiani, E Camerone, E Cohen, D Coleman, ...
European Journal of Sport Science 18 (10), 1383-1389, 2018
Death by effectiveness: exercise as medicine caught in the efficacy trap!
C Beedie, S Mann, A Jimenez, L Kennedy, AM Lane, S Domone, S Wilson, ...
British Journal of Sports Medicine 50 (6), 323-324, 2016
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