Dr Nicholas Troop
Dr Nicholas Troop
Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology, University of Plymouth
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Engagement and outcome in the treatment of bulimia nervosa: First phase of a sequential design comparing motivation enhancement therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy
JL Treasure, M Katzman, U Schmidt, N Troop, G Todd, P de Silva
Behaviour Research and Therapy 37 (5), 405-418, 1999
Are physical activity interventions for healthy inactive adults effective in promoting behavior change and maintenance, and which behavior change techniques are effective? A …
N Howlett, D Trivedi, NA Troop, AM Chater
Translational behavioral medicine 9 (1), 147-157, 2019
Social support in patients with anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa
JM Tiller, G Sloane, U Schmidt, N Troop, M Power, JL Treasure
International journal of eating disorders 21 (1), 31-38, 1997
Stress, coping, and crisis support in eating disorders
NA Troop, A Holbrey, JL Treasure
International Journal of eating disorders 24 (2), 157-166, 1998
Ways of coping in women with eating disorders.
NA Troop, A Holbrey, R Trowler, JL Treasure
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 182, 535-540, 1994
Shame in women with a history of eating disorders
NA Troop, S Allan, L Serpell, JL Treasure
European Eating Disorders Review: The Professional Journal of the Eating …, 2008
Sequential treatment for bulimia nervosa incorporating a self-care manual
J Treasure, U Schmidt, N Troop, J Tiller, G Todd, S Turnbull
The British Journal of Psychiatry 168 (1), 94-98, 1996
Social comparison and submissive behaviour in eating disorder patients
NA Troop, S Allan, JL Treasure, M Katzman
Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 76 (3), 237-249, 2003
Fear, disgust, and abnormal eating attitudes: A preliminary study
T Harvey, NA Troop, JL Treasure, T Murphy
International Journal of Eating Disorders 32 (2), 213-218, 2002
Psychosocial factors in the onset of eating disorders: Responses to life‐events and difficulties
NA Troop, JL Treasure
British Journal of Medical Psychology 70 (4), 373-385, 1997
Eating disorders in males: a comparison with female patients
E Bramon‐Bosch, NA Troop, JL Treasure
European Eating Disorders Review 8 (4), 321-328, 2000
To change or not to change—‘How’is the question?
A Ward, N Troop, G Todd, J Treasure
British Journal of Medical Psychology 69 (2), 139-146, 1996
Guided self-change for bulimia nervosa incorporating use of self-care manual.
C Thiels, U Schmidt, J Treasure, R Garthe, N Troop
The American Journal of Psychiatry 155, 947-953, 1998
A further exploration of disgust in eating disorders
NA Troop, JL Treasure, L Serpell
European Eating Disorders Review 10 (3), 218-226, 2002
First step in managing bulimia nervosa: controlled trial of therapeutic manual
J Treasure, U Schmidt, N Troop, J Tiller, G Todd, M Keilen, E Dodge
BMJ 308 (6930), 686-689, 1994
Feelings and fantasy in eating disorders: a factor analysis of the Toronto Alexithymia Scale
NA Troop, UH Schmidt, JL Treasure
International Journal of Eating Disorders 18 (2), 151-157, 1995
Disgust sensitivity in eating disorders: A preliminary investigation
NA Troop, F Murphy, E Bramon, JL Treasure
International Journal of Eating Disorders 27 (4), 446-451, 2000
The Effects of Stress on Body Weight: Biological and Psychological Predictors of Change in BMI
C Roberts, N Troop, F Connan, J Treasure, IC Campbell
Obesity 15 (12), 3045-3055, 2007
Increases in Weight during Chronic Stress are Partially Associated with a Switch in Food Choice towards Increased Carbohydrate and Saturated Fat Intake
CJ Roberts, IC Campbell, N Troop
European Eating Disorders Review 22 (1), 77-82, 2014
The development of the P‐CAN, a measure to operationalize the pros and cons of anorexia nervosa
L Serpell, JD Teasdale, NA Troop, J Treasure
International Journal of Eating Disorders 36 (4), 416-433, 2004
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