Rebecca Lawton
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Making psychological theory useful for implementing evidence based practice: a consensus approach
S Michie, M Johnston, C Abraham, R Lawton, D Parker, A Walker
BMJ quality & safety 14 (1), 26-33, 2005
Prospective prediction of health-related behaviours with the theory of planned behaviour: A meta-analysis
RRC McEachan, M Conner, NJ Taylor, RJ Lawton
Health psychology review 5 (2), 97-144, 2011
A guide to using the Theoretical Domains Framework of behaviour change to investigate implementation problems
L Atkins, J Francis, R Islam, D O’Connor, A Patey, N Ivers, R Foy, ...
Implementation science 12, 1-18, 2017
Meta-analysis of the reasoned action approach (RAA) to understanding health behaviors
R McEachan, N Taylor, R Harrison, R Lawton, P Gardner, M Conner
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 50 (4), 592-612, 2016
The role of affect in predicting social behaviors: The case of road traffic violations
R Lawton, D Parker, ASR Manstead, SG Stradling
Journal of applied social psychology 27 (14), 1258-1276, 1997
Barriers to incident reporting in a healthcare system
R Lawton, D Parker
BMJ Quality & Safety 11 (1), 15-18, 2002
Reviewing studies with diverse designs: the development and evaluation of a new tool
R Sirriyeh, R Lawton, P Gardner, G Armitage
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 18 (4), 746-752, 2012
Desire or reason: predicting health behaviors from affective and cognitive attitudes.
R Lawton, M Conner, R McEachan
Health Psychology 28 (1), 56, 2009
Organizational controls and safety: The varieties of rule‐related behaviour
J Reason, D Parker, R Lawton
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 71 (4), 289-304, 1998
Development of an evidence-based framework of factors contributing to patient safety incidents in hospital settings: a systematic review
R Lawton, RRC McEachan, SJ Giles, R Sirriyeh, IS Watt, J Wright
BMJ quality & safety 21 (5), 369-380, 2012
Not working to rule: understanding procedural violations at work
R Lawton
Safety science 28 (2), 77-95, 1998
Coping with medical error: a systematic review of papers to assess the effects of involvement in medical errors on healthcare professionals' psychological well-being
R Sirriyeh, R Lawton, P Gardner, G Armitage
Quality and safety in health care 19 (6), e43-e43, 2010
The use of implementation intentions and the decision balance sheet in promoting exercise behaviour
A Prestwich, R Lawton, M Conner
Psychology and health 18 (6), 707-721, 2003
The impact of theory on the effectiveness of worksite physical activity interventions: a meta-analysis and meta-regression
N Taylor, M Conner, R Lawton
Health Psychology Review 6 (1), 33-73, 2012
Application of the theory of planned behaviour to the prediction of objectively assessed breaking of posted speed limits
M Conner, R Lawton, D Parker, K Chorlton, ASR Manstead, S Stradling
British journal of psychology 98 (3), 429-453, 2007
The role of message framing in promoting MMR vaccination: Evidence of a loss-frame advantage
P Abhyankar, DB O'connor, R Lawton
Psychology, Health and Medicine 13 (1), 1-16, 2008
Changing exercise through targeting affective or cognitive attitudes
M Conner, RE Rhodes, B Morris, R McEachan, R Lawton
Psychology and Health 26 (2), 133-149, 2011
Predicting road traffic accidents: The role of social deviance and violations
R Lawton, D Parker, SG Stradling, ASR Manstead
British Journal of Psychology 88 (2), 249-262, 1997
The impact of thin models in music videos on adolescent girls’ body dissatisfaction
BT Bell, R Lawton, H Dittmar
Body image 4 (2), 137-145, 2007
Role of affective attitudes and anticipated affective reactions in predicting health behaviors.
M Conner, R McEachan, N Taylor, J O'Hara, R Lawton
Health Psychology 34 (6), 642, 2015
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