Bob Hurling
Bob Hurling
Visiting Professor at Cranfield University and Anglia-Ruskin University
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Using personal and psychological strengths leads to increases in well-being over time: A longitudinal study and the development of the strengths use questionnaire
AM Wood, PA Linley, J Maltby, TB Kashdan, R Hurling
Personality and Individual differences 50 (1), 15-19, 2011
Measuring happiness: The higher order factor structure of subjective and psychological well-being measures
PA Linley, J Maltby, AM Wood, G Osborne, R Hurling
Personality and individual differences 47 (8), 878-884, 2009
Using internet and mobile phone technology to deliver an automated physical activity program: randomized controlled trial
R Hurling, M Catt, M De Boni, B Fairley, T Hurst, P Murray, A Richardson, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 9 (2), e633, 2007
Can implementation intentions and text messages promote brisk walking? A randomized trial.
A Prestwich, M Perugini, R Hurling
Health psychology 29 (1), 40, 2010
Can the effects of implementation intentions on exercise be enhanced using text messages?
A Prestwich, M Perugini, R Hurling
Psychology and Health 24 (6), 677-687, 2009
Evaluation of a cardiovascular disease risk assessment tool for the promotion of healthier lifestyles
A Soureti, R Hurling, P Murray, W van Mechelen, M Cobain
European Journal of Preventive Cardiology 17 (5), 519-523, 2010
Automated dialogue interface
I Adjali, O Bataveljic, M De Boni, M Dias, R Hurling
US Patent App. 11/238,243, 2007
Eating with your eyes: effect of appearance on expectations of liking
R Hurling, R Shepherd
Appetite 41 (2), 167-174, 2003
Goal desires moderate intention‐behaviour relations
A Prestwich, M Perugini, R Hurling
British Journal of Social Psychology 47 (1), 49-71, 2008
Internet-based exercise intervention systems: Are more interactive designs better?
R Hurling, BW Fairley, MB Dias
Psychology and Health 21 (6), 757-772, 2006
Comparing leading theoretical models of behavioral predictions and post‐behavior evaluations
J Richetin, M Perugini, I Adjali, R Hurling
Psychology & Marketing 25 (12), 1131-1150, 2008
To reduce and not to reduce resource consumption? That is two questions
J Richetin, M Perugini, M Conner, I Adjali, R Hurling, A Sengupta, ...
Journal of Environmental Psychology 32 (2), 112-122, 2012
The moderator role of intuitive versus deliberative decision making for the predictive validity of implicit and explicit measures
J Richetin, M Perugini, I Adjali, R Hurling
European Journal of Personality: Published for the European Association of …, 2007
Rates and determinants of uptake and use of an internet physical activity and weight management program in office and manufacturing work sites in England: cohort study
LJ Ware, R Hurling, O Bataveljic, BW Fairley, TL Hurst, P Murray, ...
Journal of Medical Internet Research 10 (4), e56, 2008
Using the self to change implicit attitudes
A Prestwich, M Perugini, R Hurling, J Richetin
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (1), 61-71, 2010
Effects of written emotional disclosure on implicit self‐esteem and body image
DB O'Connor, R Hurling, H Hendrickx, G Osborne, J Hall, E Walklet, ...
British Journal of Health Psychology 16 (3), 488-501, 2011
Implicit shopping: Attitudinal determinants of the purchasing of healthy and unhealthy foods
A Prestwich, R Hurling, S Baker
Psychology & health 26 (7), 875-885, 2011
Adaptive user profiling on mobile devices
I Adjali, O Bataveljic, M De Boni, M Dias, R Hurling
US Patent App. 11/239,189, 2007
Impact of goal priority and goal conflict on the intention–health-behavior relationship: Tests on physical activity and other health behaviors.
M Conner, C Abraham, A Prestwich, R Hutter, J Hallam, B Sykes-Muskett, ...
Health Psychology 35 (9), 1017, 2016
Changing self-reported physical activity using different types of affectively and cognitively framed health messages, in a student population
B Morris, R Lawton, R McEachan, R Hurling, M Conner
Psychology, health & medicine 21 (2), 198-207, 2016
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