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Relationship between alcohol hangover and physical endurance performance: Walking the Samaria Gorge (2019)
Journal Article
Verster, J. C., Anogeianaki, A., Kruisselbrink, D., Alford, C., & Stock, A. K. (2020). Relationship between alcohol hangover and physical endurance performance: Walking the Samaria Gorge. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 9(1), https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm9010114

Alcohol hangover is a potentially debilitating state. Several studies have demonstrated that it does not seem to impair strength or short-term endurance, but its effects on continuous exercise performance/long-term endurance have never been investiga... Read More about Relationship between alcohol hangover and physical endurance performance: Walking the Samaria Gorge.

The European Union's response to the CBRN terrorist threat: A multiple streams approach (2019)
Journal Article
Kaunert, C., & Léonard, S. (2019). The European Union's response to the CBRN terrorist threat: A multiple streams approach. Politique européenne, 65(3), 148-177. https://doi.org/10.3917/poeu.065.0148

This article examines how the European Union (EU) has sought to address the threat of CBRN terrorism using Kingdon's Multiple Streams Framework. It demonstrates that the EU has significantly developed its response to the CBRN terrorist threat, but th... Read More about The European Union's response to the CBRN terrorist threat: A multiple streams approach.

To saturate or not to saturate? Questioning data saturation as a useful concept for thematic analysis and sample-size rationales (2019)
Journal Article
Clarke, V., & Braun, V. (2021). To saturate or not to saturate? Questioning data saturation as a useful concept for thematic analysis and sample-size rationales. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 13(2), 201-216. https://doi.org/10.1080/2159676X.2019.1704846

The concept of data saturation, defined as ‘information redundancy’ or the point at which no new themes or codes ‘emerge’ from data, is widely referenced in thematic analysis (TA) research in sport and exercise, and beyond. Several researchers have s... Read More about To saturate or not to saturate? Questioning data saturation as a useful concept for thematic analysis and sample-size rationales.

Understanding tradition: Marital name change in Britain and Norway (2019)
Journal Article
Duncan, S., Ellingsæter, A. L., & Carter, J. (2020). Understanding tradition: Marital name change in Britain and Norway. Sociological Research Online, 25(3), 438-455. https://doi.org/10.1177/1360780419892637

Marital surname change is a striking example of the survival of tradition. A practice emerging from patriarchal history has become embedded in an age of detraditionalisation and women’s emancipation. Is the tradition of women’s marital name change ju... Read More about Understanding tradition: Marital name change in Britain and Norway.

Experiential avoidance and cognitive fusion mediate the relationship between body evaluation and unhelpful body image coping strategies in individuals with visible differences (2019)
Journal Article
Zucchelli, F., White, P., & Williamson, H. (2020). Experiential avoidance and cognitive fusion mediate the relationship between body evaluation and unhelpful body image coping strategies in individuals with visible differences. Body Image, 32, 121-127. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bodyim.2019.12.002

Psychological flexibility, the capacity to be open to any internal stimuli and act in accordance with valued ends, has been identified as an explanatory variable in how people cope with body concerns. The role of psychological flexibility is unexplor... Read More about Experiential avoidance and cognitive fusion mediate the relationship between body evaluation and unhelpful body image coping strategies in individuals with visible differences.

Being both narrative practitioner and academic researcher: A reflection on what thematic analysis has to offer narratively informed research (2019)
Journal Article
Lainson, K., Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2019). Being both narrative practitioner and academic researcher: A reflection on what thematic analysis has to offer narratively informed research. International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 2019(4),

What opportunities are there for narrative practitioners to engage in academic research whilst retaining an alignment with poststructuralist ideas, feminist commitments and narrative practice principles? This paper considers Virginia Braun and Victor... Read More about Being both narrative practitioner and academic researcher: A reflection on what thematic analysis has to offer narratively informed research.

Rapid bactericidal effect of cinnamon bark essential oil against Pseudomonas aeruginosa (2019)
Journal Article
Elcocks, E., Spencer‐Phillips, P., & Adukwu, E. (2020). Rapid bactericidal effect of cinnamon bark essential oil against Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 128(4), 1025-1037. https://doi.org/10.1111/jam.14538

AIMS: This study aimed to identify the most effective antimicrobial from a selection of essential oils and investigate its bactericidal properties against Ps. aeruginosa. METHODS AND RESULTS: The disc diffusion assay and minimal inhibitory/bacte... Read More about Rapid bactericidal effect of cinnamon bark essential oil against Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Discussing atypical sexual harassment as a controversial issue in bystander programmes: One UK campus study (2019)
Journal Article
Bovill, H., Waller, R., & McCartan, K. (2019). Discussing atypical sexual harassment as a controversial issue in bystander programmes: One UK campus study. Sexuality and Culture, 1-19. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12119-019-09682-8

This research emanates from an anti-sexual violence bystander programme delivered at an English university. Fifteen students were identified through purposive and convenience sampling to take part in focus groups. Discussions emerged regarding atypic... Read More about Discussing atypical sexual harassment as a controversial issue in bystander programmes: One UK campus study.

A follow-up study to a randomised control trial to investigate the perceived impact of mindfulness on academic performance in university students (2019)
Journal Article
Bóo, S. J., Childs‐Fegredo, J., Cooney, S., Datta, B., Dufour, G., Jones, P. B., & Galante, J. (2020). A follow-up study to a randomised control trial to investigate the perceived impact of mindfulness on academic performance in university students. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 20(2), 286-301. https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12282

Objectives: Mindfulness research in education has focused on its potential to support student well-being. There is a paucity of research on the interaction between mindfulness and academic performance (AP). This qualitative study builds on results of... Read More about A follow-up study to a randomised control trial to investigate the perceived impact of mindfulness on academic performance in university students.

Satisfaction with health care in families following a diagnosis of cleft lip and/or palate in the United Kingdom (2019)
Journal Article
Costa, B., White, P., & Stock, N. M. (2020). Satisfaction with health care in families following a diagnosis of cleft lip and/or palate in the United Kingdom. Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, 57(5), 599-605. https://doi.org/10.1177/1055665619888318

Objective: Having a child born with a cleft lip and/or palate (CL/P) poses several challenges for new parents and can have a significant psychological impact on the family as a whole. Previous research has indicated that dissatisfaction with health c... Read More about Satisfaction with health care in families following a diagnosis of cleft lip and/or palate in the United Kingdom.

Advantages and limitations of naturalistic study designs and their implementation in alcohol hangover research (2019)
Journal Article
Verster, J. C., van de Loo, A. J. A. E., Adams, S., Stock, A., Benson, S., Scholey, A., …Bruce, G. (2019). Advantages and limitations of naturalistic study designs and their implementation in alcohol hangover research. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 8(12), https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm8122160

In alcohol hangover research, both naturalistic designs and randomized controlled trials (RCTs) are successfully employed to study the causes, consequences, and treatments of hangovers. Although increasingly applied in both social sciences and medica... Read More about Advantages and limitations of naturalistic study designs and their implementation in alcohol hangover research.

Component skills that underpin listening comprehension and reading comprehension in learners with English as first and additional language (2019)
Journal Article
Babayiğit, S., & Shapiro, L. (2020). Component skills that underpin listening comprehension and reading comprehension in learners with English as first and additional language. Journal of Research in Reading, 43(1), 78-97. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9817.12291

© 2019 UKLA Aims: The primary aim of this study is to augment our understanding of the component skills that underpin second-language learners' text comprehension by examining the direct and indirect roles of vocabulary knowledge and grammatical skil... Read More about Component skills that underpin listening comprehension and reading comprehension in learners with English as first and additional language.

Direct and indirect effects of mindfulness, PTSD, and depression on self-stigma of mental illness in OEF/OIF veterans (2019)
Journal Article
Barr, N., Davis, J. P., Diguiseppi, G., Keeling, M., & Castro, C. (in press). Direct and indirect effects of mindfulness, PTSD, and depression on self-stigma of mental illness in OEF/OIF veterans. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, https://doi.org/10.1037/tra0000535

Objective: Two of the most common and costly mental health diagnoses among military veterans who served in the post-9/11 conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq are posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression, but over half of veterans who screen p... Read More about Direct and indirect effects of mindfulness, PTSD, and depression on self-stigma of mental illness in OEF/OIF veterans.

Comparing theory-driven and data-driven attractiveness models using images of real women's faces (2019)
Journal Article
Holzleitner, I. J., Lee, A. J., Hahn, A. C., Kandrik, M., Bovet, J., Renoult, J. P., …Jones, B. C. (2019). Comparing theory-driven and data-driven attractiveness models using images of real women's faces. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 45(12), 1589-1595. https://doi.org/10.1037/xhp0000685

Facial attractiveness plays a critical role in social interaction, influencing many different social outcomes. However, the factors that influence facial attractiveness judgments remain relatively poorly understood. Here, we used a sample of 594 youn... Read More about Comparing theory-driven and data-driven attractiveness models using images of real women's faces.

An institutional perspective of neighbourhood policing reform in austerity era England and Wales (2019)
Journal Article
Greig-Midlane, J. (2019). An institutional perspective of neighbourhood policing reform in austerity era England and Wales. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 21(4), 230-243. https://doi.org/10.1177/1461355719889464

In the austerity era in England and Wales, both socio-economic change and shifts in the policing field have triggered a range of police reform narratives. For resource intensive manifestations of community policing, police disinvestment in England an... Read More about An institutional perspective of neighbourhood policing reform in austerity era England and Wales.

An examination of the oculomotor behavior metrics within a suite of digitized eye tracking tests (2019)
Journal Article
Murray, N., Kubitz, K., Roberts, C., Hunfalvay, M., Bolte, T., & Tyagi, A. (2019). An examination of the oculomotor behavior metrics within a suite of digitized eye tracking tests. Vision development and rehabilitation, 5(4), 269-284

Eye tracking has recently been used to examine oculomotor behavior (OMB) for visual and neurological health and wellness with promise in determining characteristics of healthy eyes and in turn a healthy brain. Recent research has demonstrated that hu... Read More about An examination of the oculomotor behavior metrics within a suite of digitized eye tracking tests.

Les sciences cognitives: Un cadre pour unifier aujourd’hui la théorie et la pratique en psychothérapie? (2019)
Journal Article
Ward, T. (2019). Les sciences cognitives: Un cadre pour unifier aujourd’hui la théorie et la pratique en psychothérapie?. PSN, 17(3), 7-22

This article discusses the proposition that cognitive science has now developed to the point where it can serve as an overarching meta-theory for field of psychotherapy. It will begin with an overview of the main strands of thinking which have emerge... Read More about Les sciences cognitives: Un cadre pour unifier aujourd’hui la théorie et la pratique en psychothérapie?.

Psychotherapy in old age: Ethical issues (2019)
Book Chapter
Hughes, J., & Cheston, R. Psychotherapy in old age: Ethical issues. In M. Trachsel, S. Tekin, N. Biller-Adorno, J. Gaab, & J. Sadler (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Psychotherapy Ethics. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198817338.013.66

Old age brings challenges which affect the process and content of psychotherapy; not that older people should be thought of as being the same, for they are individual. There are particular cohort effects and contexts that might affect the ways in whi... Read More about Psychotherapy in old age: Ethical issues.

Looking to the future: Priorities for translating research to impact in the field of appearance and body image (2019)
Journal Article
Jankowski, G. S., Alleva, J. M., Atkinson, M., Stock, N., Piran, N., Riley, S., …Williamson, H. (2020). Looking to the future: Priorities for translating research to impact in the field of appearance and body image. Body Image, 32, 53-61. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bodyim.2019.10.006

© 2019 Elsevier Ltd The field of body image and appearance research and practice is progressing; however, there is still work to be done to ensure broad societal impact. This article consolidates reflections from a range of established and early care... Read More about Looking to the future: Priorities for translating research to impact in the field of appearance and body image.