Martin Hagger
Martin Hagger
University of California, Merced, US | University of Jyväskylä, FI | Griffith University, AU
Vahvistettu sähköpostiosoite verkkotunnuksessa - Kotisivu
Ego depletion and the strength model of self-control: a meta-analysis.
MS Hagger, C Wood, C Stiff, NLD Chatzisarantis
Psychological bulletin 136 (4), 495, 2010
A meta-analytic review of the theories of reasoned action and planned behavior in physical activity: Predictive validity and the contribution of additional variables
MS Hagger, NLD Chatzisarantis, SJH Biddle
Journal of sport and exercise psychology 24 (1), 3-32, 2002
A meta-analytic review of the common-sense model of illness representations
MS Hagger, S Orbell
Psychology and health 18 (2), 141-184, 2003
A multi-lab pre-registered replication of the ego-depletion effect
MS Hagger, N Chatzisarantis
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (4), 546-557, 2016
The processes by which perceived autonomy support in physical education promotes leisure-time physical activity intentions and behavior: A trans-contextual model.
MS Hagger, NLD Chatzisarantis, T Culverhouse, SJH Biddle
Journal of educational psychology 95 (4), 784, 2003
Integrating the theory of planned behaviour and self‐determination theory in health behaviour: A meta‐analysis
MS Hagger, NLD Chatzisarantis
British journal of health psychology 14 (2), 275-302, 2009
Intrinsic motivation and self-determination in exercise and sport.
MS Hagger, NLD Chatzisarantis
Human Kinetics, 2007
Effects of an intervention based on self-determination theory on self-reported leisure-time physical activity participation
NLD Chatzisarantis, MS Hagger
Psychology and Health 24 (1), 29-48, 2009
The relationship between perfectionism and psychopathology: A meta‐analysis
K Limburg, HJ Watson, MS Hagger, SJ Egan
Journal of clinical psychology 73 (10), 1301-1326, 2017
Implementation intention and action planning interventions in health contexts: State of the research and proposals for the way forward
MS Hagger, A Luszczynska
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 6 (1), 1-47, 2014
The common sense model of self-regulation: Meta-analysis and test of a process model.
MS Hagger, S Koch, NLD Chatzisarantis, S Orbell
Psychological bulletin 143 (11), 1117, 2017
The influence of self-efficacy and past behaviour on the physical activity intentions of young people
MS Hagger, N Chatzisarantis, SJH Biddle
Journal of sports sciences 19 (9), 711-725, 2001
Development of executive function and attention in preterm children: a systematic review
H Mulder, NJ Pitchford, MS Hagger, N Marlow
Developmental neuropsychology 34 (4), 393-421, 2009
Perceived autonomy support in physical education and leisure-time physical activity: a cross-cultural evaluation of the trans-contextual model.
MS Hagger, NLD Chatzisarantis, V Barkoukis, CKJ Wang, J Baranowski
Journal of educational Psychology 97 (3), 376, 2005
Self-determination theory and the psychology of exercise
M Hagger, N Chatzisarantis
International review of sport and exercise psychology 1 (1), 79-103, 2008
Does a program of Pilates improve chronic non-specific low back pain?
V Gladwell, S Head, M Hagger, R Beneke
Journal of sport rehabilitation 15 (4), 338-350, 2006
The influence of autonomous and controlling motives on physical activity intentions within the Theory of Planned Behaviour
MS Hagger, NLD Chatzisarantis, SJH Biddle
British journal of health psychology 7 (3), 283-297, 2002
Mindfulness and the intention-behavior relationship within the theory of planned behavior
NLD Chatzisarantis, MS Hagger
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (5), 663-676, 2007
A meta-analysis of perceived locus of causality in exercise, sport, and physical education contexts
NLD Chatzisarantis, MS Hagger, SJH Biddle, B Smith, JCK Wang
Journal of sport and exercise psychology 25 (3), 284-306, 2003
From psychological need satisfaction to intentional behavior: Testing a motivational sequence in two behavioral contexts
MS Hagger, NLD Chatzisarantis, J Harris
Personality and social psychology bulletin 32 (2), 131-148, 2006
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