Items where SHU Author is "Scott, Emma"
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SCOTT, Emma, DALEY, A J, DOLL , H, WOODROOFE, Nicola, MUTRIE, N, CRANK, Helen, POWERS , H J and SAXTON, John (2013). Effects of an exercise and hyocaloric healthy eating program on biomarkers asociated with long term prognosis after early stage breast cancer:a randomized controlled trial. Cancer Causes and Control, 24 (1), 181-191.
SCOTT, E. J., EVES, F. F., HOPPÉ, R. and FRENCH, D. P. (2010). Dancing to a different tune: the predictive utility of the theory of planned behaviour when the behaviour is constrained. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 11 (3), 250-257.
HIND, D., SCOTT, E. J., COPELAND, R., BRECKON, J., CRANK, H., WALTERS, S. J., BRAZIER, J. E., NICHOLL, J., COOPER, C. and GOYDER, E. (2010). A randomised controlled trial and cost-effectiveness evaluation of "booster" interventions to sustain increases in physical activity in middle-aged adults in deprived urban neighbourhoods. BMC Public Health, 10 (3).
SCOTT, E. J., EVES, F. F., HOPPÉ, R. and FRENCH, D. P. (2009). Accessibility of salient beliefs about the outcomes of physical activity. British Journal of Health Psychology, 14 (1), 159-174.
EVES, F. F., SCOTT, E. J., HOPPE, R. and FRENCH, D. P. (2007). Using the affective priming paradigm to explore the attitudes underlying walking behaviour. British journal of health psychology, 12 (4), p. 571.
SCOTT, E. J., EVES, F. F., FRENCH, D. P. and HOPPE, R. (2007). The theory of planned behaviour predicts self-reports of walking, but does not predict step count. British journal of health psychology, 12 (4), p. 601.