Rachel Povey
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Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour to two dietary behaviours: Roles of perceived control and self‐efficacy
R Povey, M Conner, P Sparks, R James, R Shepherd
British Journal of Health Psychology 5 (2), 121-139, 2000
4252000
Attitudes towards following meat, vegetarian and vegan diets: an examination of the role of ambivalence
R Povey, B Wellens, M Conner
Appetite 37 (1), 15-26, 2001
3492001
The theory of planned behaviour and healthy eating: Examining additive and moderating effects of social influence variables
R Povey, M Conner, P Sparks, R James, R Shepherd
Psychology & Health 14 (6), 991-1006, 2000
3072000
Ambivalence about health‐related behaviours: An exploration in the domain of food choice
P Sparks, M Conner, R James, R Shepherd, R Povey
British journal of health psychology 6 (1), 53-68, 2001
2382001
Moderating role of attitudinal ambivalence within the theory of planned behaviour
M Conner, R Povey, P Sparks, R James, R Shepherd
British Journal of Social Psychology 42 (1), 75-94, 2003
2312003
Moderator effects of attitudinal ambivalence on attitude–behaviour relationships
M Conner, P Sparks, R Povey, R James, R Shepherd, CJ Armitage
European Journal of Social Psychology 32 (5), 705-718, 2002
2182002
Interpretations of healthy and unhealthy eating, and implications for dietary change
R Povey, M Conner, P Sparks, R James, R Shepherd
Health Education Research 13 (2), 171-183, 1998
2071998
A critical examination of the application of the Transtheoretical Model's stages of change to dietary behaviours
R Povey, M Conner, P Sparks, R James, R Shepherd
Health Education Research 14 (5), 641-651, 1999
1781999
Promoting children's fruit and vegetable consumption: interventions using the Theory of Planned Behaviour as a framework
L Gratton, R Povey, D Clark‐Carter
British Journal of Health Psychology 12 (4), 639-650, 2007
1252007
Evidence for discontinuity patterns across the stages of change: A role for attitudinal ambivalence
CJ Armitage, R Povey, MA Arden
Psychology and Health 18 (3), 373-386, 2003
882003
Diabetes and healthy eating
RC Povey, D Clark-Carter
The Diabetes Educator 33 (6), 931-959, 2007
842007
A systematic review of the effectiveness of smartphone applications that encourage dietary self‐regulatory strategies for weight loss in overweight and obese adults
HM Semper, R Povey, D Clark‐Carter
Obesity reviews 17 (9), 895-906, 2016
592016
Determinants of older adults’ intentions to vaccinate against influenza: a theoretical application
S Gallagher, R Povey
Journal of Public Health 28 (2), 139-144, 2006
572006
Experiences of people with type 2 diabetes who have changed from oral medication to self‐administered insulin injections: A qualitative study
JE Morris, RC Povey, CG Street
Practical Diabetes International 22 (7), 239-243, 2005
462005
The experiences and understandings of obesity: families’ decisions to attend a childhood obesity intervention
L Newson, R Povey, A Casson, S Grogan
Psychology & health 28 (11), 1287-1305, 2013
372013
Patients’ and practitioners’ views on health behaviour change: a qualitative study
L Elwell, R Povey, S Grogan, C Allen, A Prestwich
Psychology & health 28 (6), 653-674, 2013
342013
Predicting women's intentions to use pain relief medication during childbirth using the Theory of Planned Behaviour and Self‐Efficacy Theory
CE Williams, RC Povey, DG White
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 26 (3), 168-179, 2008
312008
Understanding dietary choice and dietary change: Contributions from social psychology
M Conner, R Povey, P Sparks, R James, R Shepherd
The Nation's Diet, 57-70, 2018
23*2018
Deciding to attend cardiac rehabilitation: A female perspective
SA Pullen, RC Povey, SC Grogan
International journal of therapy and rehabilitation 16 (4), 207-217, 2009
222009
Assessing interventions to increase compliance to patching treatment in children with amblyopia: a systematic review and meta-analysis
SE Dean, RC Povey, J Reeves
British Journal of Ophthalmology 100 (2), 159-165, 2016
192016
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