Cheryl Haslam
Cheryl Haslam
Professor of Health Psychology - Loughborough University
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TitleCited byYear
Women, men and food: the significance of gender for nutritional attitudes and choices
A Beardsworth, A Bryman, T Keil, J Goode, C Haslam, E Lancashire
British Food Journal 104 (7), 470-491, 2002
Returning to work following cancer: a qualitative exploratory study into the experience of returning to work following cancer
F Kennedy, C Haslam, F Munir, J Pryce
European journal of cancer care 16 (1), 17-25, 2007
Visual product evaluation: exploring users’ emotional relationships with products
D McDonagh, A Bruseberg, C Haslam
Applied Ergonomics 33 (3), 231-240, 2002
A preliminary investigation of post-traumatic stress symptoms among firefighters
C Haslam, K Mallon
Work & Stress 17 (3), 277-285, 2003
Cancer survivorship and work: symptoms, supervisor response, co-worker disclosure and work adjustment
J Pryce, F Munir, C Haslam
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 17 (1), 83-92, 2007
Anxiety and depression in the workplace: effects on the individual and organisation (a focus group investigation)
C Haslam, S Atkinson, SS Brown, RA Haslam
Journal of affective disorders 88 (2), 209-215, 2005
Work factors related to psychological and health-related distress among employees with chronic illnesses
F Munir, J Yarker, C Haslam, H Long, S Leka, A Griffiths, S Cox
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 17 (2), 259-277, 2007
The role of communication and support in return to work following cancer‐related absence
J Yarker, F Munir, M Bains, K Kalawsky, C Haslam
Psycho‐Oncology 19 (10), 1078-1085, 2010
Why employers spend money on employee health: Interviews with occupational health and safety professionals from British Industry
P Miller, C Haslam
Safety Science 47 (2), 163-169, 2009
Living with epilepsy: a qualitative study investigating the experiences of young people attending outpatients clinics in Leicester
M Wilde, C Haslam
Seizure 5 (1), 63-72, 1996
Sickness absence management: encouraging attendance or ‘risk-taking’presenteeism in employees with chronic illness?
F Munir, J Yarker, C Haslam
Disability and Rehabilitation 30 (19), 1461-1472, 2008
Implementing health and safety interventions in the workplace: An exploratory study
Z Whysall, C Haslam, R Haslam
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 36 (9), 809-818, 2006
Processes, barriers, and outcomes described by ergonomics consultants in preventing work-related musculoskeletal disorders
ZJ Whysall, RA Haslam, C Haslam
Applied Ergonomics 35 (4), 343-351, 2004
Intention to breastfeed and other important health-related behaviour and beliefs during pregnancy
C Haslam, W Lawrence, K Haefeli
Family Practice 20 (5), 528-530, 2003
What constitutes effective manual handling training? A systematic review
SA Clemes, CO Haslam, RA Haslam
Occupational medicine 60 (2), 101-107, 2009
Construction industry clients: a survey of their attributes and project management practices
MJ Bresnen, CO Haslam
Construction management and Economics 9 (4), 327-342, 1991
Why women of lower educational attainment struggle to make healthier food choices: the importance of psychological and social factors
W Lawrence, C Skinner, C Haslam, S Robinson, H Inskip, D Barker, ...
Psychology and Health 24 (9), 1003-1020, 2009
Constraints on food choices of women in the UK with lower educational attainment
M Barker, WT Lawrence, TC Skinner, CO Haslam, SM Robinson, ...
Public health nutrition 11 (12), 1229-1237, 2008
Patients' experiences of medication for anxiety and depression: effects on working life
C Haslam, S Brown, S Atkinson, R Haslam
Family Practice 21 (2), 204-212, 2004
Health-related behavior and beliefs of pregnant smokers.
C Haslam, W Lawrence
Health Psychology 23 (5), 486, 2004
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