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Items by Chapman, Sarah

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Articles

Watkinson, A., Chapman, S. C. E. and Horne, R., 2017. Beliefs about pharmaceutical medicines and natural remedies explain individual variation in placebo analgesia. Journal of Pain, 18 (8), pp. 908-922. Item availability may be restricted.

Heller, M. K., Chapman, S. C. and Horne, R., 2017. No blank slates: Pre-existing schemas about pharmaceuticals predict memory for side effects. Psychology & Health, 32 (4), pp. 402-421.

Chapman, S. C. E., Llahana, S., Carroll, P. and Horne, R., 2016. Glucocorticoid therapy for adrenal insufficiency:nonadherence, concerns and dissatisfaction with information. Clinical Endocrinology, 84 (5), pp. 664-71.

MacDonald, L., Chapman, S., Syrett, M., Bowskill, R. and Horne, R., 2016. Improving medication adherence in bipolar disorder:A systematic review and meta-analysis of 30 years of intervention trials. Journal of Affective Disorders, 194, pp. 202-21.

Kumar, K., Raza, K., Nightingale, P., Horne, R., Chapman, S., Greenfield, S. and Gill, P., 2015. Determinants of adherence to disease modifying anti-rheumatic drugs in White British and South Asian patients with rheumatoid arthritis:a cross sectional study. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 16, p. 396.

Chapman, S. C. E., Horne, R., Eade, R., Balestrini, S., Rush, J. and Sisodiya, S. M., 2015. Applying a perceptions and practicalities approach to understanding nonadherence to antiepileptic drugs. Epilepsia, 56 (9), pp. 1398-407.

Chapman, S. C. E., Barnes, N., Barnes, M., Wilkinson, A., Hartley, J., Piddock, C., Weinman, J. and Horne, R., 2015. Changing adherence-related beliefs about ICS maintenance treatment for asthma:feasibility study of an intervention delivered by asthma nurse specialists. BMJ Open, 5 (6), e007354.

Chapman, S., Sisodiya, S., Eade, R. and Horne, R., 2014. Abstracts from the ICBM 2014 meeting:O431: Perceptual and practical determinants of AED adherence, perceptions of medication information and decision-making in epilepsy. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 21 (Supplement 1), S129-S129.

Chapman, S. C. E. and Horne, R., 2013. Medication nonadherence and psychiatry. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 26 (5), pp. 446-52.

Chapman, S. and Martin, M., 2011. Attention to pain words in irritable bowel syndrome:increased orienting and speeded engagement. British Journal of Health Psychology, 16 (1), pp. 47-60.

Miles, A., Voorwinden, S., Chapman, S. and Wardle, J., 2008. Psychologic predictors of cancer information avoidance among older adults:the role of cancer fear and fatalism. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 17 (8), pp. 1872-9.

Conference or Workshop Items

Chapman, S., Sibelli, A., Bondarek, P., Horne, R., Forbes, A., Driscoll, R. and Chater, A., 2014. Modifying adherence-related beliefs in inflammatory bowel disorder: randomized controlled trial of an online intervention. In: International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, 2014-08-14 - 2014-08-17.

Martin, M. and Chapman, S., 2013. 2350--Pain engagement and disengagement, self-reported health and illness behaviour in irritable bowel syndrome. In: 21th European Congress of Psychiatry, 2014-03-01 - 2014-03-04.

Horne, R., Chapman, S., Parham, R., Freemantle, N. and Vanessa, V., 2012. The necessity-concerns framework predicts medication adherence in long-term conditions: a meta-analytic review. In: ICBM 2012 Meeting, 2012-08-29 - 2012-09-01.

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