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Dr Elizabeth Evans
Can realistic dolls protect body satisfaction in young girls?2021
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Dr Kirby Sainsbury
Evidence-Based Digital Tools for Weight Loss Maintenance: The NoHoW Project2021
Dr Rosemary Baker
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Dr Amy Fielden
Dr Bronia Arnott
Healthcare professionals’ perspectives on infant feeding support in paediatric inpatients: single-centre qualitative study2021
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Dr Martin Tovee
The acceptability and feasibility of using a 3D body size scale to initiate conversations about weight in toddlerhood: a mixed-methods study2021
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Dr Gareth Richards
The association between autistic traits and disordered eating is moderated by sex/gender and independent of anxiety and depression2021
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Dr Lynda Boothroyd
Corrigendum: The Impact of a Dissonance-Based Eating Disorders Intervention on Implicit Attitudes to Thinness in Women of Diverse Sexual Orientations (Frontiers in Psychology, (2019), 10, (2611), 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02611)2020
Dr Lynda Boothroyd
Tracey Thornborrow
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Dr Martin Tovee
Television Consumption Drives Perceptions of Female Body Attractiveness in a Population Undergoing Technological Transition2020
Dr Kirby Sainsbury
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Attribution of weight regain to emotional reasons amongst European adults with overweight and obesity who regained weight following a weight loss attempt2019
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Dr Kirby Sainsbury
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Frauke Becker
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Behavioural intervention for weight loss maintenance vs. standard weight advice in adults with obesity: a randomised controlled trial in the UK (NULevel Trial)2019
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Kirby Sainsbury
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Dr Marta Marques
Corrigendum to “The complexity of self-regulating food intake in weight loss maintenance. A qualitative study among short- and long-term weight loss maintainers” [Soc. Sci. Med. 208 (2018) 18–24](S027795361830251X)(10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.05.016)2019
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