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The role of psychological inflexibility in the tripartite influence model for women: A single body image inflexibility pathway to disordered eating behaviours
Thesis
Griffiths, C. (in press). The role of psychological inflexibility in the tripartite influence model for women: A single body image inflexibility pathway to disordered eating behaviours. (Thesis). University of the West of England

This study was conducted by conceptualising, designing and implementing new knowledge at the forefront of body image inflexibility (a construct derived from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)) and disordered eating. The study design was adjusted... Read More about The role of psychological inflexibility in the tripartite influence model for women: A single body image inflexibility pathway to disordered eating behaviours.

Body image and appearance
Presentation / Conference
Harcourt, D. Body image and appearance. Presented at Breast Cancer Care Secondary Breast Cancer Support Day

Proteomic responses of uninfected tissues of pea plants infected by root-knot nematode, fusarium and downy mildew pathogens
Thesis
Ghazala, A. (2012). Proteomic responses of uninfected tissues of pea plants infected by root-knot nematode, fusarium and downy mildew pathogens. (Thesis). University of the West of England

Peas suffer from several diseases, and there is a need for accurate, rapid in-field diagnosis. This study used proteomics to investigate the response of pea plants to infection by the root knot nematode Meloidogyne hapla, the root rot fungus Fusarium... Read More about Proteomic responses of uninfected tissues of pea plants infected by root-knot nematode, fusarium and downy mildew pathogens.

Volunteers Study Summary Report
Report
Costa, B., Hamlet, C., Stock, N., & Harcourt, D. Volunteers Study Summary Report. Vocational Training Charitable Trust Foundation

This report offers a summary of a small-scale study carried out in collaboration with the Appearance Collective (AC; a group of charities in the area of appearance and visible difference). This study was designed in response to a priority set by memb... Read More about Volunteers Study Summary Report.

Breast reconstruction: Who has it and why?
Presentation / Conference
Harcourt, D., Rumsey, N., & Ambler, N. Breast reconstruction: Who has it and why?. Paper presented at Psychology Post-Graduate Affairs Group Annual Conference

Does appearance matter?
Presentation / Conference
Rumsey, N. Does appearance matter?. Paper presented at The Future Laboratory