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Upton, Dominic and Taylor, Charlotte (2014) What Are the Support Needs of Men With Multiple Sclerosis, and Are They Being Met? International Journal of MS Care. ISSN 1537-2073

Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte and Erol, Rosie and Upton, Dominic (2014) Family-based Childhood Obesity Interventions in the UK: a Systematic Review of Published Studies. Community Practitioner, 87 (5). pp. 25-29. ISSN 1462-2815

Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte and Upton, Dominic (2014) The Effects of the Food Dudes Programme on Children’s Intake of Unhealthy Foods at Lunchtime. Perspectives in Public Health. ISSN Print: 1757-9139 Online: 1757-9147

Upton, Dominic and Taylor, Charlotte and Upton, Penney (2014) Parental Provision and Children’s Consumption of Fruit and Vegetables did not Increase Following the Food Dudes Programme. Health Education, 114 (1). pp. 58-66. ISSN 0965-4283

Taylor, Charlotte and Darby, Helena and Upton, Penney and Upton, Dominic (2013) Can a School-based Intervention Increase Children’s Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in the Home Setting? Perspectives in Public Health, 133 (6). pp. 330-336. ISSN 1757-9139

Upton, Penney and Upton, Dominic and Taylor, Charlotte (2013) Reply to ‘Evaluation of the Food Dudes Programme by Upton et al.’. Public Health Nutrition. ISSN 1368-9800

Taylor, Charlotte and Upton, Penney and Upton, Dominic (2013) Can a School-based Intervention Increase Fruit and Vegetable Consumption for Children with Autism? Education and Health, 31 (3). pp. 95-97. ISSN 0265-1602 Online; 2049-3665

Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte (2013) Is Online Patchwork Text Assessment a Panacea for Assessment Practices in Higher Education? Psychology Teaching Review, 19 (1). pp. 41-46.

Upton, Dominic and Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte (2012) Fruit and Vegetable Intake of Primary School Children: a Study of School Meals. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics. ISSN 1365-277x

Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte and Peters, D.M. and Erol, Rosie and Upton, Dominic (2012) The Effectiveness of Local Child Weight Management Programmes: an Audit Study. Child: Care, Health and Development. pp. 1-9. ISSN 1365-2214

Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte and Upton, Dominic (2012) Exploring Primary School Teachers' Experiences of Implementing a Healthy Eating Intervention. Education and Health, 30 (2). pp. 35-39. ISSN 2049-3665

Upton, Dominic and Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte (2012) Increasing Children's Lunchtime Consumption of Fruit and Vegetables: an Evaluation of the Food Dudes Programme. Public Health Nutrition. ISSN Print: 1368-9800 Online: 1475-2727

South, Felicity and Taylor, Charlotte and Darby, Helena and Upton, Penney and Upton, Dominic (2012) What do Lunchtime Staff Think About Children's Eating Habits Following a Healthy Eating Intervention? Education and Health, 30 (4). pp. 108-112. ISSN 0265-1602

Dodd, Joanna and Taylor, Charlotte and Bunyan, Paul and White, Philippa and Thomas, Siân and Upton, Dominic (2011) A Service Model For Delivering Care Closer to Home. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 12 (2). pp. 95-111. ISSN 1463-4236

Upton, Dominic and Taylor, Charlotte (2010) Methods in Health Psychology. Psychology Review., 16 (2). pp. 22-24.

Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte and Beddows, Seonaid and Upton, Dominic (2010) Weighing up the SEF. Community Practitioner, 83 (7). pp. 34-35. ISSN 1462-2815

Book Section

Upton, Dominic and Taylor, Charlotte (2012) Teaching Psychology in Higher Education. In: Applied Psychology. BPS Blackwell. ISBN 1444331213

Report

Upton, Dominic and Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte (2009) An Evaluation of the Physical Activity Network West Midlands(PAN-WM). Project Report. Physical Activity Network West Midlands.

Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte and Upton, Dominic (2009) Psychology in Action: An Innovative Approach to Induction. Project Report. University of Worcester.

Conference or Workshop Item

Taylor, Charlotte and Walklet, Elaine and Mahoney, Berenice and Upton, Penney and Martin, Tom (2014) A Phenomenological Approach to Understanding the Impact of Chronic Ear Disease on Wellbeing in Young People: Patient and Carer Perspectives. In: Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, 10th September 2014, York. (Unpublished)

Taylor, Charlotte and Erol, Rosie and Upton, Penney and Upton, Dominic (2013) The Effectiveness of Local Child Weight Management Programmes: an Audit Study. In: Research Focus 2013 - People, Policy and Practice, 23rd October 2013, University of Worcester. (Unpublished)

Taylor, Charlotte (2013) Forming a Psychology Society. In: Higher Education Academy Employability in Psychology workshop, 16th July 2013, Aston University. (Unpublished)

Upton, Dominic and Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte (2012) Increasing Children’s Fruit and Vegetable Consumption: an Evaluation of the Food Dudes Programme. In: International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference, 23rd-26th May 2012, Austin, Texas. (Unpublished)

Taylor, Charlotte and Upton, Penney and Upton, Dominic (2012) Primary School Teachers’ Experiences of the Food Dudes Programme. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference 2012, 18th-20th April 2012, London. (Unpublished)

Taylor, Charlotte and Upton, Penney (2011) 'It's All About the Grade'. Students' Perceptions of Innovative Assessment. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference 2011, 4th-6th May 2011, Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Book

Upton, Penney and Taylor, Charlotte (2014) Psychology Express: Educational Psychology (Undergraduate Revision Guide). Pearson, Harlow. ISBN 978-1447921660

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