Items where SHU Author is "Arden, Madelynne"
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FURNESS, Penny J, ARDEN, Madelynne A, DUXBURY, Alexandra M S, HAMPSHAW, Susan M, WARDLE, Carrie and SOLTANI, Hora (2015). Talking about weight in pregnancy : an exploration of practitioners' and women's perceptions. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 5 (2), 89-102.
ARDEN, Madelynne, DUXBURY, Alexandra and SOLTANI, Hora (2014). Responses to gestational weight management guidance: a thematic analysis of comments made by women in online parenting forums. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 14 (216).
ARMITAGE, Christopher J., ROWE, Richard, ARDEN, Madelynne and HARRIS, Peter R. (2014). A brief psychological intervention that reduces adolescent alcohol consumption. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 82 (3), 546-550.
ABBOTT, Rachel L and ARDEN, Madelynne A (2014). Experiences of baby-led weaning: trust, control, and renegotiation. Maternal And Child Nutrition. (In Press)
ARMITAGE, Christopher J., NORMAN, Paul, NOOR, Mehwish, ALGANEM, Soud and ARDEN, Madelynne (2014). Evidence that a very brief psychological intervention boosts weight loss in a weight loss program. Behavior Therapy. (In Press)
ARDEN, Madelynne and ARMITAGE, Christopher J. (2012). A volitional help sheet to reduce binge drinking in students: a randomized exploratory trial. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 47 (2), 156-159.
SOLTANI, Hora, FURNESS, Penny, MCSEVENY, Kerry, ARDEN, Madelynne, GARLAND, Carolyn, SUSTAR, Helena and DEARDEN, Andy (2012). Women's and midwives' perspectives on the design of a text messaging support for maternal obesity services. Journal of Obesity.
FURNESS, Penny J, MCSEVENY, Kerry, ARDEN, Madelynne, GARLAND, Carolyn, DEARDEN, Andy and SOLTANI, Hora (2011). Maternal obesity support services: a qualitative study of the perspectives of women and midwives. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 11 (69).
ARMITAGE, Christopher J., HARRIS, Peter R. and ARDEN, Madelynne (2011). Evidence that self-affirmation reduces alcohol consumption: Randomized exploratory trial with a new, brief means of self-affirming. Health Psychology, 30 (5), 633-641.
BROWN, Katherine E., HURST, Keith M. and ARDEN, Madelynne (2011). Improving adolescent contraceptive use: Evaluation of a theory-driven classroom-based intervention. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 16 (2), 141-155.
ARMITAGE, Christopher J. and ARDEN, Madelynne (2010). A volitional help sheet to increase physical activity in people with low socioeconomic status: A randomised exploratory trial. Psychology and Health, 25 (10), 1129-1145.
SOLTANI, H. and ARDEN, M. (2009). Factors associated with breastfeeding up to 6 months postpartum in mothers with diabetes. Journal of obstetric, gynecologic, & neonatal nursing, 38 (5), 586-594.
ARDEN, Madelynne (2009). Conflicting influences on UK mothers' decisions to introduce solid foods to their infants. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 6 (2), 159-173.
ARMITAGE, C. J. and ARDEN, M. A. (2008). How useful are the stages of change for targeting interventions? randomized test of a brief intervention to reduce smoking. Health psychology, 27 (6), p. 789.
ARDEN, M. A. and ARMITAGE, C. J. (2008). Predicting and explaining transtheoretical model stage transitions in relation to condom-carrying behaviour. British journal of health psychology, 13 (4), 719-735.
ARMITAGE, C. J. and ARDEN, M. A. (2007). Felt and potential ambivalence across the stages of change. Journal of health psychology, 12 (1), 149-158.
ARMITAGE, C. J., PASCHAL, S., CONNER, M. and ARDEN, M. A. (2004). Stages of change or changes of stage? Predicting transitions in transtheoretical model stages in relation to healthy food choice. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology, 72 (3), 491-499.
ARMITAGE, C. J., POVEY, R. and ARDEN, M. A. (2002). Evidence for discontinuity patterns across the stages of change: a role for attitudinal ambivalence. Psychology and health.
ARMITAGE, C. J. and ARDEN, M. A. (2002). Exploring discontinuity patterns in the transtheoretical model: an application of the theory of planned behaviour. British journal of health psychology, 7 (1), 89-103.