Items where SHU Author is "Simper, Trevor"

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PAXMAN, Jenny, HALL, Anna, HARDEN, Charlotte, O'KEEFFE, Jean and SIMPER, Trevor (2011). Weight loss is coupled with improvements to affective state in obese participants engaged in behavior change therapy based on incremental, self-selected “Small Changes”. Nutrition Research, 31 (5), 327-337.

SIMPER, T., PAXMAN, J. R. and O'KEEFFE, J. (2008). Small-group weight management programme using self selected goals improves General Well Being scores. International Journal of Obesity, 32, S230-S230.

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NIELD, Kevin and SIMPER, Trevor (2011). From "small changes" to maximum impact: A case study of food and nutrition students at Sheffield Hallam University improving their learning and skills while contributing to the general public's health and wellbeing. In: Enhancing Graduate Impactin Business and Management, Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism. Newbury, Threshold Pr.

SIMPER, T., HARDEN, C., PAXMAN, J. and O'KEEFFE, J. (2009). Energy intake is significantly reduced following the 12-week 'Small Changes' intervention for weight management. In: LEAHY, M., (ed.) Tackling child and adult obesity in Sheffield: evidence, policy and practice. Conference proceedings and report. Sheffield, Sheffield Health and Social Research Consortium, 50-51.

PAXMAN, J., O'KEEFFE, J., HARDEN, C. and SIMPER, T. (2009). Micronutrient intake significantly alters when energy intake is reduced following the 12-week 'Small Changes' intervention for weight management. In: LEAHY, M., (ed.) Tackling child and adult obesity in Sheffield: evidence, policy and practice. Conference proceedings and report. Sheffield, Sheffield Health and Social Research Consortium, 52-53.

HARDEN, C., O'KEEFFE, J., PAXMAN, J. and SIMPER, T. (2009). 'Small Changes' a behavioural change intervention for weight management. In: LEAHY, M., (ed.) Tackling child and adult obesity in Sheffield: evidence, policy and practice. Conference proceedings and report. Sheffield, Sheffield Health and Social Research Consortium, 32-33.

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