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Using the theory of planned behaviour and prototype willingness model to target binge drinking in female undergraduate university students
J Todd, B Mullan
Addictive behaviors 36 (10), 980-986, 2011
1322011
Reasoned versus reactive prediction of behaviour: A meta-analysis of the prototype willingness model
J Todd, E Kothe, B Mullan, L Monds
Health psychology review 10 (1), 1-24, 2016
1172016
Towards a new model of attentional biases in the development, maintenance, and management of pain
J Todd, L Sharpe, A Johnson, KN Perry, B Colagiuri, BF Dear
Pain 156 (9), 1589-1600, 2015
1162015
Attentional bias to pain-related information: a meta-analysis of dot-probe studies
J Todd, DML van Ryckeghem, L Sharpe, G Crombez
Health psychology review 12 (4), 419-436, 2018
852018
Does the theory of planned behaviour explain condom use behaviour among men who have sex with men? A meta-analytic review of the literature
BJ Andrew, BA Mullan, JBF de Wit, LA Monds, J Todd, EJ Kothe
AIDS and Behavior 20 (12), 2834-2844, 2016
742016
Self-regulation and the intention behaviour gap. Exploring dietary behaviours in university students
B Mullan, V Allom, A Brogan, E Kothe, J Todd
Appetite 73, 7-14, 2014
592014
The role of self-monitoring and response inhibition in improving sleep behaviours
J Todd, B Mullan
International journal of behavioral medicine 21 (3), 470-477, 2014
572014
The role of self-regulation in predicting sleep hygiene in university students
J Todd, B Mullan
Psychology, Health & Medicine 18 (3), 275-288, 2013
492013
A qualitative exploration of experiences of overweight young and older adults. An application of the integrated behaviour model
A Robertson, B Mullan, J Todd
Appetite 75, 157-164, 2014
422014
Food hygiene knowledge in adolescents and young adults
B Mullan, C Wong, J Todd, E Davis, EJ Kothe
British Food Journal, 2015
412015
The effect of threat on cognitive biases and pain outcomes: An eye‐tracking study
J Todd, L Sharpe, B Colagiuri, A Khatibi
European Journal of Pain 20 (8), 1357-1368, 2016
402016
Using the health action process approach to predict and improve health outcomes in individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus
M MacPhail, B Mullan, L Sharpe, C MacCann, J Todd
Diabetes, metabolic syndrome and obesity: targets and therapy 7, 469, 2014
392014
Attentional bias modification and pain: The role of sensory and affective stimuli
J Todd, L Sharpe, B Colagiuri
Behaviour research and therapy 83, 53-61, 2016
292016
Can personality bridge the intention-behavior gap to predict who will exercise?
C MacCann, J Todd, BA Mullan, RD Roberts
American journal of health behavior 39 (1), 140-147, 2015
212015
Can personality close the intention-behavior gap for healthy eating? An examination with the HEXACO personality traits
LA Monds, C MacCann, BA Mullan, C Wong, J Todd, RD Roberts
Psychology, health & medicine 21 (7), 845-855, 2016
172016
Experimental methods in health psychology in Australia: Implications for applied research
B Mullan, J Todd, NLD Chatzisarantis, MS Hagger
Australian Psychologist 49 (2), 104-109, 2014
172014
What is attention bias variability? Examining the potential roles of attention control and response time variability in its relationship with anxiety
PJF Clarke, W Marinovic, J Todd, J Basanovic, NTM Chen, L Notebaert
Behaviour Research and Therapy 135, 103751, 2020
152020
A closer look at prototypes: similarity, favourability, and the prototype willingness model. A response to the commentary of Gibbons and Gerrard
J Todd, B van Lettow
Health Psychology Review 10 (1), 47-49, 2016
92016
The time course of attentional biases in pain: a meta-analysis of eye-tracking studies
EB Jones, L Sharpe, S Andrews, B Colagiuri, J Dudeney, E Fox, ...
Pain 162 (3), 687-701, 2021
62021
The association between self-report and behavioural measure of attentional control: Evidence of no relationship between ACS scores and antisaccade performance
J Todd, L Notebaert, PJF Clarke
Personality and Individual Differences 184, 111168, 2022
42022
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