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Ogden, Jane and Roy-Stanley, Catherine (2020) How do children make food choices? Using a think-aloud method to explore the role of internal and external factors on eating behaviour Appetite, 147, 104551.

Ogden, Jane, Gosling, Chloe, Hazelwood, Molly and Atkins, Emily (2020) Exposure to body diversity images as a buffer against the thin-ideal: An experimental study Psychology, Health and Medicine.

Lynden, Jenny, Hollands, Teresa and Ogden, Jane (2020) A farrier making every contact count: a microlevel analysis of farrier-client interaction for partnership working in managing a horse with laminitis Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 102924.

Mehay, Anita, Meeks, R. and Ogden, Jane (2019) “I try and make my cell a positive place”: Tactics for mitigating risks to health and wellbeing in a young offender institution Health and Place, 57. pp. 54-60.

Golding, Sarah E., Ogden, Jane and Higgins, Helen M. (2019) Shared Goals, Different Barriers: A Qualitative Study of UK Veterinarians' and Farmers' Beliefs About Antimicrobial Resistance and Stewardship Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 6, 132. pp. 1-17.

Stewart, Sarah-Jane and Ogden, Jane (2019) The Role of BMI Group on the Impact of Weight Bias Versus Body Positivity Terminology on Behavioral Intentions and Beliefs: An Experimental Study Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 634. pp. 1-9.

Poole, Karen, Ogden, Jane, Gasson, Sophie, Lemanska, Agnieszka, Archer, Fiona, Griffin, Bruce, Saxton, John, Lyons, Karen and Faithfull, Sara (2019) Creating a teachable moment in community pharmacy for men with prostate cancer: A qualitative study of lifestyle changes Psycho-Oncology, 28 (3). pp 593-599.

Ward, Natasha and Ogden, Jane (2019) 'Damned one way or another’: Bariatric surgeons’ reflections on patients’ suboptimal outcomes from weight loss surgery Psychology and Health.

Ogden, J., Maxwell, H. and Wong, A. (2019) Development and feasibility study of an app (Ladle) for weight loss and behaviour change PeerJ.

Webb, J., Fife-Schaw, C. and Ogden, J. (2019) A Mixed Methods Process Evaluation of a Print-based Intervention Supported by Internet Tools to Improve Physical Activity in UK Cancer Survivors Public Health.

Webb, Justin, Fife-Schaw, Chris and Ogden, Jane (2019) A Randomised Control Trial and Cost-Consequence Analysis to Examine the Effects of a Print-based Intervention Supported by Internet Tools on the Physical Activity of UK Cancer Survivors Public Health.

Cook, Anna, Ogden, Jane and Winstone, Naomi (2018) The impact of a school-based musical contact intervention on prosocial attitudes, emotions and behaviours: A pilot trial with autistic and neurotypical children Autism.

Ogden, Jane, Ward, N, Hollywood, A and Pring, C (2018) Resource implications of a brief psychology triage tool for patients pre bariatric surgery: An audit of patient pathways Annals of Bariatrics & Metabolic Surgery, 1, 1002.

Lynden, Jenny, Ogden, Jane and Hollands, Teresa (2018) Contracting for care – the construction of the farrier role in supporting horse owners to prevent laminitis Equine Veterinary Journal, 50 (5). pp. 658-666.

Coulthard, Naomi and Ogden, Jane (2018) The impact of posting selfies and gaining feedback (‘likes’) on the psychological wellbeing of 16-25 year olds Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberpspace, 12 (2). pp. 1-11.

Hammill, A, Ogden, Jane and Glorney, E (2017) The illicit economy in prisons:A new measure of biddability (BIDSCALE) to predict involvement in prison illicit economy and its consequences. Prison Service Journal (234). pp. 16-22.

Ogden, Jane, Wood, Chloe, Payne, Elisabeth, Fouracre, Hollie and Lammyman, Frances (2017) Snack’ versus ‘meal’: the impact of label and place on food intake Appetite, 120. pp. 666-672.

Ali, Safa, Ogden, Jane and Birtel, Michèle D. (2017) Building a Dual Identity as an Immigrant in the UK: Eritreans’ Search for Freedom and a Sense of Balance Ethnic and Racial Studies, 41 (14). pp. 2504-2521.

Nancarrow, Abigail, Hollywood, Amelia, Ogden, Jane and Hashemi, Majid (2017) The Role of Attachment in Body Weight and Weight Loss in Bariatric Patients Obesity Surgery, 28 (2). pp. 410-414.

Ruscitto, Cristina and Ogden, Jane (2017) Predicting jet lag in long-haul cabin crew: The role of illness cognitions and behaviour Psychology and Health: an international journal, 32 (9). pp. 1055-1081.

Roche, A and Ogden, Jane (2017) Predictors of burnout and health status in Samaritans’ listening volunteers Psychology Health and Medicine, 22 (10). pp. 1169-1174.

Marks, Leah and Ogden, Jane (2017) Evaluation of an Online ‘Teachable Moment’ Dietary Intervention Health Education, 117 (1). pp. 39-52.

Ruscitto, Cristina and Ogden, Jane (2017) The impact of an implementation intention to improve meal times and reduce jet lag in long-haul cabin crew Psychology and Health: an international journal, 32 (1). pp. 61-77.

Cook, Anna, Ogden, Jane and Winstone, Naomi (2016) The experiences of learning, friendships and bullying of boys with autism in mainstream and special settings: a qualitative study British Journal of Special Education, 43 (3). pp. 250-271.

Ogden, JE and Arulgnanaseelan, J (2016) Medically managing obesity: offering hope or a disincentive to change? Patient Education and Counseling.

Cheetham, I and Ogden, JE (2016) Enhancing sun safety in young women: the relative impact of format and temporal framing on beliefs and behaviour Cogent Psychology.

Ogden, JE, Dalkou, M, Kousantoni, M, Savona Ventura, S and Reynolds, R (2016) Body weight, home environment and eating behaviour across three generations of women: a quasi-longitudinal study in four Mediterranean and non-Mediterranean countries. Australian Psychologist.

Ogden, JE (2016) Do no harm: Balancing the costs and benefits of patient outcomes in health psychology research and practice Journal of Health Psychology.

Ogden, JE (2016) Celebrating variability and a call to limit systematisation: the example of the Behaviour Change Technique Taxonomy and the Behaviour Change Wheel. Health Psychology Review.

Ogden, JE (2016) Theories, timing and choice of audience: Some key tensions in health psychology and a response to commentaries on Ogden (2016) Health Psychology Review.

Cockle, S and Ogden, J (2016) The 'Radiation Vacation': parents' experiences of travelling to have their children's brain tumours treated with proton beam therapy PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY, 25. p. 1.

Tollow, P, Ogden, J and Whiteley, MS (2016) The comparative impact of conservative treatment versus superficial venous surgery, for the treatment of venous leg ulcers: A systematic review of the impact on patients' quality of life PHLEBOLOGY, 31 (2). pp. 82-93.

Konstantara, Emmanouela, Vandrevala, Tushna, Cox, Anna, Creagh-Brown, Benedict C and Ogden, Jane (2016) Balancing professional tension and deciding upon the status of death: Making end-of-life decisions in intensive care units Health Psychology Open, 3 (1). pp. 1-9.

Kelly, AR and Ogden, JE (2016) An exploratory study of the effects of perceived early childhood attachment and care status on young peoples’ eating behaviour. Adoption and Fostering.

Jarman, M, Ogden, J, Inskip, H, Lawrence, W, Baird, J, Cooper, C, Robinson, S and Barker, M (2015) How do mothers manage their preschool children's eating habits and does this change as children grow older? A longitudinal analysis APPETITE, 95. pp. 466-474.

Hudson, BF, Ogden, J and Whiteley, MS (2015) Randomized controlled trial to compare the effect of simple distraction interventions on pain and anxiety experienced during conscious surgery EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PAIN, 19 (10). pp. 1447-1455.

Ogden, J, Oikonomou, E and Alemany, G (2015) Distraction, restrained eating and disinhibition: An experimental study of food intake and the impact of 'eating on the go'. J Health Psychol.

Phillips, J, Ogden, J and Copland, C (2015) y Using drawings of pain-related images to understand the experience of chronic pain: A qualitative study BRITISH JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, 78 (7). pp. 404-411.

Hudson, BF, Ogden, J and Whiteley, MS (2015) A thematic analysis of experiences of varicose veins and minimally invasive surgery under local anaesthesia JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING, 24 (11-12). pp. 1502-1512.

Matini, L and Ogden, J (2015) A qualitative study of patients' experience of living with inflammatory bowel disease: A preliminary focus on the notion of adaptation. J Health Psychol.

Wood, KV and Ogden, J (2015) Patients' long-term experiences following obesity surgery with a focus on eating behaviour: A qualitative study. J Health Psychol.

Hollywood, A, Ogden, J and Hashemi, M (2015) A randomised control trial assessing the impact of an investment based intervention on weight-loss, beliefs and behaviour after bariatric surgery: study protocol. BMC Obes, 2.

Ogden, J, Hollywood, A and Pring, C (2015) The Impact of Psychological Support on Weight Loss Post Weight Loss Surgery: a Randomised Control Trial OBESITY SURGERY, 25 (3). pp. 500-505.

Ogden, J (2015) Time to retire the theory of planned behaviour?: one of us will have to go! A commentary on Sniehotta, Presseau and Araujo-Soares HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW, 9 (2). pp. 165-167.

Dickens, E and Ogden, J (2014) The role of parental control and modelling in predicting a child's diet and relationship with food after they leave home. A prospective study. Appetite, 76C. pp. 23-29.

Brunger, H, Ogden, J, Malia, K, Eldred, C, Terblanche, R and Mistlin, A (2014) Adjusting to persistent post-concussive symptoms following mild traumatic brain injury and subsequent psycho-educational intervention: A qualitative analysis in military personnel BRAIN INJURY, 28 (1). pp. 71-80.

Wood, KV and Ogden, J (2014) Predictors of decreased binge eating following laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding using the Health Action Process Approach model PSYCHOLOGY HEALTH & MEDICINE, 19 (6). pp. 641-649.

Husted, M and Ogden, J (2014) Emphasising personal investment effects weight loss and hedonic thoughts about food after obesity surgery. J Obes, 2014.

Ogden, J, Amirova, A, Brunger, H, Hirst, Y, Jones, B, Pringle, A, Wood, K and Senior, V (2014) The impact of the London Olympics on physical activity, general health status, wellbeing and national identity: a quantitative survey based in Stratford, 2011 and 2012 Health Psychology Update, 23 (Autumn). pp. 17-26.

Ogden, J, Birch, A and Wood, K (2014) 'The wrong journey': patients' experience of plastic surgery post weight loss surgery Qualitiative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health.

Ogden, J and Parkes, K (2013) 'A diabetic' versus 'a person with diabetes': The impact of language on beliefs about diabetes European Diabetes Nursing, 10 (3). pp. 80-85.

Dewe, M, Ogden, J and Coyle, A (2013) The cigarette box as an advertising vehicle in the UK: A case for plain packaging Journal of Health Psychology, 19.

Hollywood, A and Ogden, J (2013) Correlates of weight loss: An 18 month follow up PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 28 (Supple). pp. 105-106.

Heinrich, M, Ogden, J and Patel, AG (2013) The impact of varying post-operative dressing size on recovery from laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Psychol Health Med.

Brunger, H, Serrato, J and Ogden, J (2013) "No man's land": The transition to civilian life Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 5 (2). pp. 86-100.

Ogden, J, Coop, N, Cousins, C, Crump, R, Field, L, Hughes, S and Woodger, N (2013) Distraction, the desire to eat and food intake. Towards an expanded model of mindless eating APPETITE, 62. pp. 119-126.

Ogden, J, Coop, N, Cousins, C, Crump, R, Field, L, Hughes, S and Woodger, N (2013) Distraction, the desire to eat and food intake. Towards an expanded model of mindless eating. Appetite, 62. pp. 119-126.

Ogden, J (2013) The changing shape of health psychology: a matter of progress or a sign of Thatcher's children coming of age? Commentary on Murray (2012) Health Psychology Review.

Ogden, J, Cordey, P, Cutler, L and Thomas, H (2013) Parental restriction and children's diets. The chocolate coin and Easter egg experiments Appetite, 61. pp. 36-44.

Ogden, J and Russell, S (2012) How Black women make sense of ‘White’ and Black’ fashion magazines: a qualitative think aloud study. Journal of Health Psychology.

Ogden, J (2012) FORUM HEALTH MATTERS PSYCHOLOGIST, 25 (12). p. 865.

Ogden, J (2012) . . .with Jane Ogden PSYCHOLOGIST, 25 (11). p. 860.

Ogden, J, Liakopoulou, E, Antilliou, G and Gough, G (2012) The meaning of food (MOF): The development of a new measurement tool European Eating Disorders Review, 20 (5). pp. 423-426.

Wood, KV and Ogden, J (2012) Explaining the role of binge eating behaviour in weight loss post bariatric surgery Appetite, 59 (1). pp. 177-180.

Cartwright, M, Ogden, J, Grunfeld, EA and Weinman, J (2012) Can self-report questionnaires create illness cognitions in middle-aged men? Health Psychology, 31 (4). pp. 534-538.

Morris, A and Ogden, J (2012) Making sense of children's medically unexplained symptoms: Managing ambiguity, authenticity and responsibility Psychology, Health and Medicine, 17 (3). pp. 285-294.

Chapman, K and Ogden, J (2012) Nudging customers towards healthier choices. An intervention in the university canteen Journal of Food research, 1 (2). pp. 13-21.

Hollywood, A, Ogden, J and Pring, C (2012) The impact of a bariatric rehabilitation service on weight loss and psychological adjustment--study protocol. BMC Public Health, 12.

Ogden, J and Lo, J (2012) How meaningful are data from Likert scales?: an evaluation of how ratings are made and the role of the response shift in the socially disadvantaged. Journal of Health Psychology, 17 (3). pp. 350-361.

Jenkins, J and Ogden, J (2012) Becoming 'whole' again: A qualitative study of women's views of recovering from anorexia nervosa European Eating Disorders Review, 20 (1). e23-e31.

Mcnulty, N, Ogden, J and Warren, F (2011) 'Neutralizing the Patient': Therapists' Accounts of Sexual Boundary Violations Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 20 (3). pp. 189-198.

Ogden, J, Leftwich, J and Nelson, M (2011) The development and evaluation of a nurse led food intolerance clinic in primary care Patient Education and Counseling, 85 (2). e1-e5.

Ogden, J, Avenell, S and Ellis, G (2011) Negotiating control: Patients' experiences of unsuccessful weight-loss surgery Psychology and Health, 26 (7). pp. 949-964.

Ogden, J and Avades, T (2011) Being homeless and the use and nonuse of services: A qualitative study Journal of Community Psychology, 39 (4). pp. 499-505.

Inman, C and Ogden, J (2011) Facing mortality: Exploring the mechanisms of positive growth and the process of recalibration Psychology, Health and Medicine, 16 (3). pp. 366-374.

Hollywood, A and Ogden, J (2011) Taking Orlistat: Predicting Weight Loss over 6 Months. J Obes, 2011, 806896.

Hollywood, A and Ogden, J (2011) Taking orlistat: Predicting weight loss over 6 months Journal of Obesity, 806896.

Ogden, Jane, Smith, L, Nolan, H, Moroney, R and Lynch, H (2011) The impact of an educational intervention to protect women against the influence of media images Health Education, 111 (5). pp. 412-424.

Chapman, K and Ogden, J (2010) The prevalence of mechanisms of dietary change in a community sample. Appetite, 55 (3). pp. 447-453.

Ogden, J and Cornwell, D (2010) The role of topic, interviewee and question in predicting rich interview data in the field of health research Sociology of Health and Illness, 32 (7). pp. 1059-1071.

Ward, E and Ogden, J (2010) Commentary on experiencing vaginismus: Sufferers' beliefs about causes and effects Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 25 (4). pp. 429-433.

Epiphaniou, E and Ogden, J (2010) Successful Weight Loss Maintenance and a Shift in Identity From Restriction to a New Liberated Self Journal of Health Psychology, 15 (6). pp. 887-896.

Hollywood, A and Ogden, J (2010) Changing beliefs and behaviour after taking obesity medication: 18 months follow up PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 25. p. 44.

Ogden, J and Zoukas, S (2010) Generating physical symptoms from visual cues: An experimental study Psychology Health & Medicine, 14 (6). pp. 695-704.

Epiphaniou, E and Ogden, J (2010) Evaluating the role of life events and sustaining conditions in weight loss maintenance. Journal of Obesity, 2010, 859413.

Ogden, J and Clementi, C (2010) The experience of being obese and the many consequences of stigma. Journal of Obesity, 429098.

Ogden, J (2009) The Many Meanings of Food and their Impact on Eating Behaviour pp. 17-35.

Chapman, K and Ogden, J (2009) How Do People Change Their Diet? An Exploration into Mechanisms of Dietary Change JOURNAL OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY, 14 (8). pp. 1229-1242.

Tailor, A and Ogden, J (2009) Avoiding the term 'obesity': An experimental study of the impact of doctors' language on patients' beliefs Patient Education and Counseling, 76 (2). pp. 260-264.

Ogden, J (2009) Watching the screen during hysteroscopy: a patient choice BJOG-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY, 116 (7). pp. 1007-1008.

Chapman, K and Ogden, J (2009) A qualitative study exploring how mothers manage their teenage children's diets Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 4 (1). pp. 90-100.

Hollywood, A and Ogden, J (2009) Short term effects of orlistat on behaviour and weight loss PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 24. p. 208.

Ogden, J, Daniells, E and Barnett, J (2009) When is choice a good thing? An experimental study of the impact of choice on patient outcomes PSYCHOLOGY HEALTH & MEDICINE, 14 (1). pp. 34-47.

Ogden, J, Heinrich, M, Potter, C, Kent, A and Jones, S (2009) The impact of viewing a hysteroscopy on a screen on the patient's experience: a randomised trial BJOG-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY, 116 (2). pp. 286-293.

Wolfe, E, Ogden, J and Clare, L (2009) Assessing the impact of attending a day treatment programme for Eating Disorders on patient health Mental Health Review, 14 (1). pp. 12-19.

Ogden, J, Stavrinaki, M and Stubbs, J (2009) Understanding the role of life events in weight loss and weight gain Psychology, Health & Medicine, 14 (2). pp. 239-249.

Ogden, J (2009) Why we eat what we eat and the implications for improving obesity treatment. Psychology Review, 16. pp. 20-22.

Ogden, J and Hills, L (2008) Understanding sustained behavior change: the role of life crises and the process of reinvention Health, 12 (4). pp. 419-437.

Ogden, J and Jubb, A (2008) How consistent are beliefs about the causes and solutions to illness? An experimental study. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 13 (5). pp. 505-515.

Chapman, K and Ogden, J (2008) 'How do people change their diet? A qualitative study PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 23. pp. 79-80.

Epiphaniou, E and Ogden, J (2008) Why people maintain their healthy behaviour change after a sudden trigger in their life? PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 23. p. 113.

Nelson, M and Ogden, J (2008) An exploration of food intolerance in the primary care setting: The general practitioner's experience Social Science & Medicine, 67 (6). pp. 1038-1045.

Barnett, J, Ogden, J and Daniells, E (2008) The value of choice: a qualitative study British Journal of General Practice, 58 (554). pp. 609-613.

Ogden, J, Daniells, E and Barnett, J (2008) The value of choice: development of a new measurement, tool British Journal of General Practice, 58 (554). pp. 614-618.

Ogden, J and Flanagan, Z (2008) Beliefs about the causes and solutions to obesity: A comparison of GPs and lay people Patient Education and Counseling, 71 (1). pp. 72-78.

Ogden, J and Lindridge, L (2008) The impact of breast scarring on perceptions of attractiveness - An experimental study Journal of Health Psychology, 13 (3). pp. 303-310.

Brown, KA, Ogden, J, Vogele, C and Gibson, EL (2008) The role of parental control practices in explaining children's diet and BMI Appetite, 50 (2-3). pp. 252-259.

Ogden, Jane and Sherwood, F (2008) Reducing the impact of media images: An evaluation of the effectiveness of an air-brushing educational intervention on body dissatisfaction Health Education, 108 (6). pp. 489-500.

Godfrey, E, Chaider, T, Ridsdale, L, Seed, P and Ogden, J (2007) Investigating the 'active ingredients' of cognitive behaviour therapy and counselling for patients with chronic fatigue in primary care: Developing a new process measure to assess treatment fidelity and predict outcome BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, 46. pp. 253-272.

Ogden, J, Karim, L, Choudry, A and Brown, K (2007) Understanding successful behaviour change: the role of intentions, attitudes to the target and motivations and the example of diet HEALTH EDUCATION RESEARCH, 22 (3). pp. 397-405.

Armstrong, D, Lilford, R, Ogden, J and Wessely, S (2007) Health-related quality of life and the transformation of symptoms SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH & ILLNESS, 29 (4). pp. 570-583.

Goodwin, P and Ogden, J (2007) Women's reflections upon their past abortions: An exploration of how and why emotional reactions change over time PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 22 (2). pp. 231-248.

Ogden, J (2007) Symptom onset and the socially sanctioned pathway: the example of diet HEALTH, 11 (1). pp. 7-27.

Armstrong, D and Ogden, J (2006) The role of etiquette and experimentation in explaining how doctors change behaviour: a qualitative study SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH & ILLNESS, 28 (7). pp. 951-968.

Ogden, J and Sidhu, S (2006) Adherence, behavior change, and visualization: a qualitative study of the experiences of taking an obesity medication. J Psychosom Res, 61 (4). pp. 545-552.

Ogden, J, Reynolds, R and Smith, A (2006) Expanding the concept of parental control: a role for overt and covert control in children's snacking behaviour? Appetite, 47 (1). pp. 100-106.

Ogden, J, Clementi, C and Aylwin, S (2006) The impact of obesity surgery and the paradox of control: A qualitative study PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 21 (2). pp. 273-293.

Shah, R and Ogden, J (2006) 'What's in a face? The role of doctor ethnicity, age and gender in the formation of patients' judgements: an experimental study Patient Education and Counseling, 60 (2). pp. 136-141.

Campbell, A and Ogden, J (2006) Why do doctors issue sick notes? An experimental questionnaire study in primary care FAMILY PRACTICE, 23 (1). pp. 125-130.

Ogden, J (2006) El comportamiento alimenticio como herramienta contemporanea de autocontrol Archipielago. Cuadernos de critica de la cultura, 71. pp. 92-97.

Frankum, S and Ogden, J (2005) Estimation of blood glucose levels by people with diabetes: a cross-sectional study BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE, 55 (521). pp. 944-948.

Ogden, J (2005) The psychology of contraception Women's Health Medicine, 2 (5). pp. 31-32.

Gardner, M and Ogden, J (2005) Do GPs practice what they preach? A questionnaire study of GPs' treatments for themselves and their patients Patient Education and Counseling, 56 (1). pp. 112-115.

Tayler, M and Ogden, J (2005) Doctors' use of euphemisms and their impact on patients' beliefs about health: an experimental study of heart failure Patient Education and Counseling, 57 (3). pp. 321-326.

Free, C and Ogden, J (2005) Emergency contraception use and non-use in young women: The application of a contextual and dynamic model British Journal of Health Psychology, 10. pp. 237-253.

Ogden, J, Clementi, C, Aylwin, S and Patel, A (2005) Exploring the impact of obesity surgery on patient's health status: a quantitative and qualitative study Obesity Surgery, 15 (266-27).

Ogden, J (2005) Obesity management and the paradox of control Psychologist, 18 (4). pp. 224-226.

Ogden, J and Jain, A (2005) Patients' experiences and expectations of general practice: a questionnaire study of differences by, ethnic group British Journal of General Practice, 55 (514). pp. 351-356.

Nelson, M and Ogden, J (2005) Predicting choice and outcome of miscarriage management: A prospective study Psychology & Health, 20. p. 190.

Free, C, Ogden, J and Lee, R (2005) Young women's contraception use as a contextual and dynamic behaviour: A qualitative study Psychology & Health, 20 (5). pp. 673-690.

Febles, A and Ogden, J (2005) A cross-sectional survey of patients' beliefs about stress and their help-seeking behaviour British Journal of General Practice, 55 (513). pp. 274-279.

Epstein, L and Ogden, J (2005) A qualitative study of GPs' views of treating obesity British Journal of General Practice, 55 (519). pp. 750-754.

Brown, J and Ogden, J (2004) Children's eating attitudes and behaviour: a study of the modelling and control theories of parental influence Health Education Research: Theory and Practice, 19. pp. 261-271.

Free, C and Ogden, J (2004) Contraceptive risk and compensatory behaviour in young people in education post-16 years: a cross-sectional study Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care, 30 (2). pp. 91-94.

Ogden, J and Maker, C (2004) Expectant or surgical management: A qualitative study of miscarriage British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 111. pp. 463-467.

Ogden, J, Bavalia, K, Bull, M, Frankum, S, Goldie, C, Gosslau, M, Jones, A, Kumar, S and Vasant, K (2004) "I want more time with my doctor": a quantitative study of time and the consultation Family Practice, 21 (5). pp. 479-483.

Flynn, M and Ogden, J (2004) Predicting uptake of MMR: a prospective questionnaire study British Journal of General Practice, 54. pp. 526-530.

Harborow, P and Ogden, J (2004) The effectiveness of an acupuncturist working in General Practice: an audit. Acupuncture in Medicine, 22. pp. 214-220.

Williams, N and Ogden, J (2004) The impact of matching the patient's vocabulary: a randomized control trial Family Practice, 21 (6). pp. 630-635.

Lawrenson, G and Ogden, J (2003) Security duties in Northern Ireland and the mental health of soldiers: prospective study British Medical Journal, 327 (7428). p. 1382.

Ogden, J (2003) Some problems with social cognition models: A pragmatic and conceptual analysis Health Psychology, 22 (4). pp. 424-428.

Ogden, J (2003) What do symptoms mean? Symptoms should be explained in the broader perspective of the patient's cognition and mood British Medical Journal, 327 (7412). pp. 409-410.

Ogden, J, Branson, R, Bryett, A, Campbell, A, Febles, A, Ferguson, I, Lavender, H, Mizan, J, Simpson, R and Tayler, M (2003) What's in a name? An experimental study of patients' views of the impact and function of a diagnosis Family Practice, 20 (3). pp. 248-253.

Maker, C and Ogden, J (2003) The miscarriage experience: More than just a trigger to psychological morbidity? Psychology & Health, 18 (3). pp. 403-415.

Wright, JT, Ogden, J and Maker, C (2002) Quality of life for women with severe endometriosis and its alteration following radical conservative surgery. FERTILITY AND STERILITY, 77 (2). S34-S34.

Ogden, J, Fuks, K, Gardner, M, Johnson, S, McLean, M, Martin, P and Shah, R (2002) Doctors expressions of uncertainty and patient confidence Patient Education and Counseling, 48 (2). pp. 171-176.

Free, C, Lee, RM and Ogden, J (2002) Young women's accounts of factors influencing their use and non-use of emergency contraception: in-depth interview study British Medical Journal, 325 (7377). pp. 1393-1396.

Ogden, J, Ambrose, L, Khadra, A, Manthri, S, Symons, L, Vass, A and Williams, M (2002) A questionnaire study of GPs' and patients' beliefs about the different components of patient centredness Patient Education and Counseling, 47 (3). pp. 223-227.

Caird, R and Ogden, J (2001) Assessing the General Practice tutorial: a pilot study Education for General Practice, 12. pp. 62-66.

Muir, EH and Ogden, J (2001) Consultations involving people with congenital disabilities: factors that help or hinder giving care Family Practice, 18 (4). pp. 419-424.

Ogden, J (2001) From protocol into practice: who needs the research? Lancet, 357 (9254). p. 482.

Ogden, J, Bandara, I, Cohen, H, Farmer, D, Hardie, J, Minas, H, Moore, J, Qureshi, S, Walter, F and Whitehead, MA (2001) General practitioners' and patients' models of obesity: whose problem is it? Patient Education and Counseling, 44 (3). pp. 227-233.

Caird, R and Ogden, J (2001) Understanding the General Practice tutorial: towards and assessment tool Education for General Practice, 12. pp. 57-61.

Ogden, J, Baig, S, Earnshaw, G, Elkington, H, Henderson, E, Linsday, J and Nandy, S (2001) What is health? Where GPs' and patients' worlds collide Patient Education and Counseling, 45 (4). pp. 265-269.

Ogden, J (2000) The correlates of long-term weight loss: a group comparison study of obesity INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY, 24 (8). pp. 1018-1025.

Ogden, J and Taylor, C (2000) Body dissatisfaction within couples: adding the social context to perceptions of self. J Health Psychol, 5 (1). pp. 25-32.

Ogden, JE (2000) The role of the mother-daughter relationship in explaining weight concern. International JOurnal of Eating Disorders.

Ogden, J and Clark, M (1999) Smoking, pregnancy and body weight - Reply INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY, 23 (10). p. 1102.

Harden, A and Ogden, J (1999) Young women's experiences of arranging and having abortions SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH & ILLNESS, 21 (4). pp. 426-444.

Jain, A and Ogden, J (1999) General practitioners' experiences of patients' complaints: qualitative study BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 318 (7198). pp. 1596-1599.

Ogden, J and Thomas, D (1999) The role of familial values in understanding the impact of social class on weight concern INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS, 25 (3). pp. 273-279.

Ogden, J, Boden, J, Caird, R, Chor, C, Flynn, M, Hunt, M, Khan, K, MacLurg, K, Swade, S and Thapar, V (1999) 'You're depressed'; 'No I'm not': GPs' and patients' different models of depression BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE, 49 (439). pp. 123-124.

Harden, A and Ogden, J (1999) Condom use and contraception non-use amongst 16-19 year olds: A within subjects comparison PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 14 (4). pp. 697-709.

Clark, M and Ogden, J (1999) The impact of pregnancy on eating behaviour and aspects of weight concern INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY, 23 (1). pp. 18-24.

Ogden, JE and Alderson, T (1999) What mothers feed their children and why. Health Education Research: Theory and Practice,, 14. pp. 717-727.

Sheikh, I and Ogden, J (1998) The role of knowledge and beliefs in help seeking behaviour for cancer: a quantitative and qualitative approach PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING, 35 (1). pp. 35-42.

Gore, J and Ogden, J (1998) Developing, validating and consolidating the doctor-patient relationship: the patients' views of a dynamic process BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE, 48 (432). pp. 1391-1394.

Ogden, J and Chanana, A (1998) Explaining the effect of ethnic group on weight concern: finding a role for family values INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY, 22 (7). pp. 641-647.

Ogden, J and Elder, C (1998) The role of family status and ethnic group on body image and eating behavior INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS, 23 (3). pp. 309-315.

Ogden, JE, Shaw, A and Zander, L (1998) Women’s experiences of having a hospital birth British Journal of Midwifery, 6. pp. 339-345.

Ogden, J and Hoppe, R (1997) The relative effectiveness of two styles of educational package to change practice nurses' management of obesity INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY, 21 (11). pp. 963-971.

Ogden, J, Andrade, J, Eisner, M, Ironmonger, M, Maxwell, J, Muir, E, Siriwardena, R and Thwaites, S (1997) To treat? To befriend? To prevent? Patients' and GPs' views of the doctor's role SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE, 15 (3). pp. 114-117.

Ridsdale, L, Robins, D, Cryer, C, Williams, H, Close, J, Free, A, Hughes, C, Hart, Y, Ogden, J, OrmeSmith, A, Stoy, N and Stott, P (1997) Feasibility and effects of nurse run clinics for patients with epilepsy in general practice: Randomised controlled trial BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 314 (7074). pp. 120-122.

Ogden, J and Mtandabari, T (1997) Examination stress and changes in mood and health related behaviours PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 12 (2). pp. 289-299.

Ogden, JE, Shaw, A and Zander, L (1997) Deciding to have a homebirth: womens' memories of help and hindrances 3-5 years on. British Journal of Midwifery, 5 (4). pp. 211-215.

Ogden, JE, Veale, D and Summers, Z (1997) The Development and Validation of the Exercise Dependence Questionnaire. Addiction Research, 5. pp. 343-356.

Hoppe, R and Ogden, JE (1997) Practice nurses' beliefs about obesity and weight related interventions in primary care International Journal of Obesity, 21. pp. 141-146.

Ogden, JE (1997) Risk and protective factors: an integration of the epidemiological and psychological approaches to adolescent smoking Addiction Research, 5. pp. 367-377.

Ogden, JE, Shaw, A and Zander, L (1997) Womens' homebirth memories: a decision with a lasting effect? British Journal of Midwifery, 5. pp. 216-218.

Ogden, JE and Whyman, C (1997) The effects of repeated weighing on psychological state European Eating Disorders Review. pp. 121-130.

Ogden, JE, Shaw, A and Zander, L (1997) The homebirth experience: womens' memories 3-5 years on. British Journal of Midwifery, 5. pp. 208-211.

Ogden, JE (1997) The rhetoric and reality of psychosocial theories: a challenge to biomedicine? Journal of Health Psychology, 2. pp. 21-29.

Ogden, J (1996) GPs' views of a new counselling service BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE, 46 (411). pp. 626-627.

Ogden, JE and Mundray, K (1996) The effect of the media on body satisfaction: the role of gender and size, European Eating Disorders Review, 4 (3). pp. 171-182.

Ridsdale, L, Robins, D, Fitzgerald, A, Jeffery, S, McGee, L, Close, J, Free, A, Hughes, C, Hart, Y, Ogden, J, OrmeSmith, A, Stoy, N and Stott, P (1996) Epilepsy in general practice: Patients' psychological symptoms and their perception of stigma BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE, 46 (407). pp. 365-366.

Ogden, J and Evans, C (1996) The problem with weighing: Effects on mood, self-esteem and body image INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY, 20 (3). pp. 272-277.

Ogden, J (1996) Constructing useful connections? A matter of metaphor or reality? PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 11 (5). pp. 623-627.

Ogden, JE (1996) The effect of selectively reviewing behavioural risk factors on HIV risk perception. Psychology and Health, 11. pp. 757-764.

Ogden, JE and Evans, C (1996) The problem of weighing: effects on body image, self esteem and mood International Journal of Obesity, 20. pp. 272-277.

Ogden, J (1995) Cognitive and motivational consequences of dieting EUROPEAN EATING DISORDERS REVIEW, 3 (4). pp. 228-241.

Ogden, JE and Knight, D (1995) Attributions for illness and treatment interventions in community nurses Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22 (2). pp. 290-293.

Ogden, JE (1995) Beliefs about condoms in 12/13 and 16/17 year olds AIDS Care, 7. pp. 205-210.

Ogden, JE (1995) Help seeking behaviour in sufferers of vaginismus Journal of Sexual and Marital Therapy, 10. pp. 23-30.

Tollow, P, Ogden, J and Whiteley, M S The comparative impact of conservative treatment versus superficial venous surgery, for the treatment of venous leg ulcers: a systematic review of the impact on patient quality of life Phlebology.

Book Section

Ogden, J (2010) Eating behaviour In: Health Psychology. Wiley Blackwell, Oxford. ISBN 140519460X

Ogden, J (2009) Eating Behaviours In: A Level Psychology. UNSPECIFIED.

Ogden, J (2008) Health psychology and public health In: The Oxford Textbook of Public Health. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 0199218706

Ogden, J (2008) The many meanings of food and their impact on food intake. In Obesity and Eating Disorders In: Obesity and Eating Disorders. Wiley, London, pp. 17-35. ISBN 0470061642

Ogden, J (2007) Diet and health. In Cambridge Handbook of Psychology Health and medicine In: Cambridge Handbook of Psychology Health and medicine. CambridgeUniversity Press, Cambridge.

Ogden, J (2001) Health Psychology In: Introduction to Health Studies. Macmillan, London.

Ogden, J (2001) Theory and Measurement: conceptualisation, operationalisation and the example of health status In: Advances in behavioural medicine Assessment. Harwood.

Ogden, JE (1998) Psychological factors in homebirth In: The Psychology of Midwifery. UNSPECIFIED, Edinburgh, pp. 101-122.


Uzzell, D, Muckle, R, Jackson, T, Ogden, J, Barnett, J, Gatersleben, B, Hegarty, P and Papathanasopoulou, E (2006) Choice Matters: Alternative Approaches to Encourage Sustainable Consumption and Production Project Report. Report to Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, London.

Conference or Workshop Item

Ebru, E, Saigal, P, Gage, Heather, Raats, Monique, Ogden, Jane, Qiao, Y and Williams, Peter (2010) Overweight and obesity in children: a comparison of the views of general practitioners and parents In: Over- and undernutrition: challenges and approaches, 2009-06-29 - 2009-07-02, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK.

Pope, J, Coyle, A and Ogden, J (2008) How do symptoms change? Accounts from participants attending a food intolerance clinic In: 2008 Division of Health Psychology/European Health Psychology Society Conference, 2008-09-09 - 2008-12-09, Bath.

Vogele, C, Gibson, L, Ogden, J and Brown, K (2007) Food choice and delay of gratification: An experimental investigation in obese, overweight and normal-weight primary school children In: 15th European Congress on Obesity, 2007-04-22 - 2007-04-25, Budapest, HUNGARY.

McConnon, A, Raats, MM, Shepherd, R and Ogden, J (2007) Weight control practices and behaviours in an overweight sample - results from the DiOGenes study In: 10th European Nutrition Conference, 2007-07-10 - 2007-07-13, Paris, France.

Ogden, J (2006) Understanding successful behaviour change

Wright, JT, Maker, C and Ogden, J (2001) Predictors of symptom relief following laparoscopic excisional surgery for endometriosis In: 10th Annual Congress of the European-Society-for-Gynaecological-Endoscopy, 2001-11-22 - 2001-11-24, LISBON, PORTUGAL.

Wright, JT, Maker, C and Ogden, J (2001) Quality of life for women with severe endometriosis and its alteration following radical conservative surgery In: 10th Annual Congress of the European-Society-for-Gynaecological-Endoscopy, 2001-11-22 - 2001-11-24, LISBON, PORTUGAL.

Ogden, J and Hoppe, R (1998) Changing practice nurses' management of obesity In: ASO/BDA Symposium on Dietitians and Dietary Treatments for Obesity - A Move Towards Evidence-Based Practice, 1997-11-25 - ?, ST BARTHOLOMEWS HOSP, LONDON, ENGLAND.

Ogden, J and Stavrinaki, M The role of life events and weight change


Ogden, J (2010) The Psychology of eating. From healthy to disordered behavior Wiley-Blackwell, US/UK. ISBN 140519121X

Ogden, J (2007) Health psychology Open Univ Pr.

Ogden, J (2007) Essential readings in health psychology Open University Press:, Buckingham..

Ogden, J (2007) Health Psychology: a textbook. . : : McGraw Hill / Open University Press, Buckingham.

Ogden, J (2003) The psychology of eating: From healthy to disordered behaviour Blackwell, Oxford.

Ogden, J (2002) Health and the construction of the individual Routledge, London.


Hambly, Eleanor and Ogden, Jane (2017) The interaction between mood and attachment styles on food preferences and motivation to eat in an overweight population. Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey.

Teaching Resource

Ogden, Jane (2017) The Psychology of Health and Illness: an open access course. [Teaching Resource]

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