Nicola Payne
Nicola Payne
Associate Professor, Middlesex University
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Occupational stressors and coping as determinants of burnout in female hospice nurses
N Payne
Journal of advanced nursing 33 (3), 396-405, 2001
Evaluation of an intervention to help students avoid unintentional plagiarism by improving their authorial identity
J Elander, G Pittam, J Lusher, P Fox, N Payne
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 35 (2), 157-171, 2010
Student beliefs and attitudes about authorial identity in academic writing
G Pittam, J Elander, J Lusher, P Fox, N Payne
Studies in Higher Education 34 (2), 153-170, 2009
The impact of working life on health behavior: the effect of job strain on the cognitive predictors of exercise.
N Payne, F Jones, P Harris
Journal of occupational health psychology 7 (4), 342, 2002
The role of perceived need within the theory of planned behaviour: A comparison of exercise and healthy eating
N Payne, F Jones, PR Harris
British journal of health psychology 9 (4), 489-504, 2004
The impact of job strain on the predictive validity of the theory of planned behaviour: An investigation of exercise and healthy eating
N Payne, F Jones, PR Harris
British Journal of Health Psychology 10 (1), 115-131, 2005
Public sector austerity cuts in Britain and the changing discourse of work–life balance
S Lewis, D Anderson, C Lyonette, N Payne, S Wood
Work, employment and society 31 (4), 586-604, 2017
A daily diary investigation of the impact of work stress on exercise intention realisation: Can planning overcome the disruptive influence of work?
N Payne, F Jones, PR Harris
Psychology and Health 25 (1), 111-129, 2010
Employees’ perceptions of the impact of work on health behaviours
N Payne, F Jones, PR Harris
Journal of health psychology 18 (7), 887-899, 2013
New methods for stress assessment and monitoring at the workplace
D Carneiro, P Novais, JC Augusto, N Payne
IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing 10 (2), 237-254, 2017
Work-life balance in times of recession, austerity and beyond
S Lewis, D Anderson, C Lyonette, N Payne, S Wood
Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Family-based behavioural management of childhood obesity: service evaluation of a group programme run in a community setting in the United Kingdom
M Murdoch, N Payne, D Samani-Radia, J Rosen-Webb, L Walker, ...
European journal of clinical nutrition 65 (6), 764-767, 2011
Resilience, stress and burnout in student midwives
JL Eaves, N Payne
Nurse education today 79, 188-193, 2019
Assessing the quality of life of children with sickle cell anaemia using self‐, parent‐proxy, and health care professional‐proxy reports
C Constantinou, N Payne, B Inusa
British Journal of Health Psychology 20 (2), 290-304, 2015
Work stress and health behaviors: A work-life balance issue
F Jones, G Kinman, N Payne
Work-life balance: A psychological perspective, 185-215, 2006
Work, stress and health behaviors
N Payne, G Kinman, F Jones
Contemporary occupational health psychology: Global perspectives on research …, 2012
Experiences and psychological distress of fertility treatment and employment
N Payne, S Seenan, O van den Akker
Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology 40 (2), 156-165, 2019
Catch 22? Disclosing assisted conception treatment at work
OBA van den Akker, N Payne, S Lewis
International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 2017
Healthy eating beliefs and intentions of mothers and their adult children: An intergenerational transmission perspective
D Sumodhee, N Payne
Journal of health psychology 21 (12), 2775-2787, 2016
Job demands, resources and work-related well-being in UK firefighters
N Payne, G Kinman
Occupational Medicine 69 (8-9), 604-609, 2019
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