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

Kassianos, A and Raats, M (2013) An underlying mechanism of change: How prostate cancer survivors make sense of dietary changes?

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

Kassianos, A, Raats, M, Rayman, M and Gage, H (2010) Information needs and information-seeking behaviour PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 25 (Supple). pp. 250-251.

Antiliou, G, Shepherd, R, Timotijevic, L, Mcconnon, A, Stubbs, J, Raats, M, Lavin, J and Whybrow, S (2010) A study investigating aspects of control in successful maintenance of weight loss PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 25. pp. 144-145.

Fife-Schaw, C and Abraham, C (2009) How much behaviour change should we expect from health promotion campaigns targeting cognitions? An approach to pre-intervention assessment PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 24 (7). pp. 763-776.

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

Senior, V, Vrought, A, Trebill, H and Hesson, N (2008) Beliefs about the acceptability of smoking predict smokers' responses to the Smoking Ban in England PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 23. pp. 23-24.

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

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.

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.

Senior, V and Marteau, TM (2007) Causal attributions for raised cholesterol and perceptions of effective risk-reduction: Self-regulation strategies for an increased risk of coronary heart disease PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 22 (6). pp. 699-717.

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.

Jacobs, C and Shepherd, R (2006) Self regulatory based interventions in Irritable Bowel Syndrome ( IBS) PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 21. p. 71.

Ogden, J (2006) Understanding successful behaviour change

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.

Senior, V, Barnett, J and Cooper, H (2005) In science we trust? The influence of trust and information presentation on attitudes to gene patenting and cloning PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 20. p. 245.

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.

Povey, R, Conner, M, Sparks, P, James, R and Shepherd, R (1999) The theory of planned behaviour and healthy eating: Examining additive and moderating effects of social influence variables PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 14 (6). pp. 991-1006.

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

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

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