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Zoupanou, Z, Cropley, M and Rydstedt, LF (2013) Recovery after Work: The Role of Work Beliefs in the Unwinding Process PlosOne, 8 (12). e81381 - ?. ISSN 1932-6203

Cropley, M, Rydstedt, LW, Devereux, JJ and Middleton, B (2013) The Relationship Between Work-Related Rumination and Evening and Morning Salivary Cortisol Secretion. Stress Health.

Querstret, D and Cropley, M (2013) Assessing treatments used to reduce rumination and/or worry: A systematic review. Clin Psychol Rev, 33 (8). 996 - 1009. ISSN 0272-7358

Williams, CJ and Cropley, M (2013) The Relationship Between Perfectionism and Engagement in Preventive Health Behaviours: The Mediating Role of Self Concealment. Journal of Health Psychology. ISSN 1359-1053

Haasova, M, Oh, H, Taylor, AH, Warren, FC, Ussher, M, Janse Van Rensburg, K, Faulkner, G, Cropley, M, Byron-Daniel, J and Everson-Hock, ES (2013) The acute effects of physical activity on cigarette cravings: Systematic review and meta-analysis with individual participant data Addiction, 108 (1). 26 - 37. ISSN 0965-2140

Kneebone, II, Hull, SL, McGurk, R and Cropley, M (2012) Reliability and Validity of the Neurorehabilitation Experience Questionnaire for Inpatients Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair, 26 (7). 834 - 841. ISSN 1545-9683

Cropley, M, Michalianou, G, Pravettoni, G and Millward, LJ (2012) The relation of post work ruminative thinking with eating behaviour. Stress and Health, 28 (1). 23 - 30. ISSN 1532-3005

Querstret, D and Cropley, M (2012) Exploring the relationship between work-related rumination, sleep quality and work-related fatigue. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 17 (3). 341 - 353. ISSN 1076-8998

Kinman, G, McDowall, A and Cropley, M (2012) Work-family conflict and job-related wellbeing in UK police officers - the role of recovery strategies In: Work and Family Researchers Network Conference, 2012-06-14 - 2012-06-16, New York, NY, USA. (Unpublished)

Kinman, G, McDowall, A and Cropley, M (2012) Work-family conflict and job-related wellbeing in UK police officers: the role of recovery strategies In: Institute of Work Psychology Annual Conference, 2012-06-29 - 2012-06-30, Sheffield UK.

Theadom, A, Cropley, M, Parker, P and Feigin, V (2011) Women with fibromyalgia syndrome in New Zealand: the symptom experience. The New Zealand Medical Journal, 124 (1347). 38 - 47. ISSN 0028-8446

Devereux, JJ, Rydstedt, LW and Cropley, M (2011) Psychosocial work characteristics, need for recovery and musculoskeletal problems predict psychological distress in a sample of British workers. Ergonomics, 54 (9). 840 - 848. ISSN 0014-0139

Rydstedt, LW, Cropley, M and Devereux, J (2011) Long-term impact of role stress and cognitive rumination upon morning and evening saliva cortisol secretion. Ergonomics, 54 (5). 430 - 435. ISSN 0014-0139

Ingall, G and Cropley, M (2010) Exploring the barriers of quitting smoking during pregnancy: a systematic review of qualitative studies. Women Birth, 23 (2). 45 - 52. ISSN 1871-5192

Kneebone, II, Hurn, JS, Raisbeck, E, Cropley, M, Khoshnaw, H and Milton, JE (2010) The Validity of Goal Achievement as an Outcome Measure in Physical Rehabilitation Day Hospitals for Older People International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 57 (2). 145 - 153. ISSN 1034-912X

Theadom, A and Cropley, M (2010) 'This constant being woken up is the worst thing' - experiences of sleep in fibromyalgia syndrome Disability and Rehabilitation, 32 (23). 1939 - 1947. ISSN 0963-8288

Ussher, M, Cropley, M, Playle, S, Mohidin, R and West, R (2009) Effect of isometric exercise and body scanning on cigarette cravings and withdrawal symptoms Addiction, 104 (7). 1251 - 1257. ISSN 0965-2140

Cropley, M and Millward, LJ (2009) How do individuals 'switch-off' from work during leisure? A qualitative description of the unwinding process in high and low ruminators Leisure Studies, 28 (3). 333 - 347. ISSN 0261-4367

Rydstedt, LW, Cropley, M, Devereux, JJ and Michalianou, G (2009) The effects of gender, long-term need for recovery and trait inhibition-rumination on morning and evening saliva cortisol secretion Anxiety, Stress and Coping, 22 (4). 465 - 474. ISSN 1061-5806

Theadom, A, Cropley, M, Hankins, M and Smith, HE (2009) Mind and body therapy for fibromyalgia (Protocol) The Cochrane Library (4). 1 - 7. ISSN 1465-1858

Ellis, JG, Gardani, M and Cropley, M (2008) Differences in higher cognitive processing between acute and chronic insomniacs In: Congress of the European Sleep Research Society, 2008-09-09 - 2008-09-13, Glasgow, Scotland.

Cropley, M and Theadom, A (2008) Sleep disturbance in fibromyalgia syndrome Future Rheumatology, 3 (6). 533 - 535. ISSN 1746-0816

Rydstedt, LW, Cropley, M, Devereux, JJ and Michalianou, G (2008) The relationship between long-term job strain and morning and evening saliva cortisol secretion among white-collar workers Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 13 (2). 105 - 113. ISSN 1076-8998

Cropley, M, Theadom, A, Pravettoni, G and Webb, G (2008) The effectiveness of smoking cessation interventions prior to surgery: a systematic review. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 10 (3). 407 - 412. ISSN 1462-2203

Daniel, JZ, Cropley, M and Fife-Schaw, C (2006) The effect of exercise in reducing desire to smoke and cigarette withdrawal symptoms is not caused by distraction ADDICTION, 101 (8). 1187 - 1192. ISSN 0965-2140

Cropley, M, Dijk, DJ and Stanley, N (2006) Job strain, work rumination, and sleep in school teachers European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 15 (2). 181 - 196. ISSN 1359-432X

Cropley, M and Millward Purvis, L (2003) Job strain and rumination about work issues during leisure time: A diary study European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 12 (3). 195 - 207. ISSN 1359-432X

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