Peter Harris
Peter Harris
Professor of Psychology, Sussex University
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Does heightening risk appraisals change people’s intentions and behavior? A meta-analysis of experimental studies.
P Sheeran, PR Harris, T Epton
Psychological bulletin 140 (2), 511, 2014
How do patients evaluate and make use of online health information?
E Sillence, P Briggs, PR Harris, L Fishwick
Social science & medicine 64 (9), 1853-1862, 2007
Self-affirmation and the biased processing of threatening health-risk information
PR Harris, L Napper
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 31 (9), 1250-1263, 2005
Self-affirmation reduces smokers' defensiveness to graphic on-pack cigarette warning labels.
PR Harris, K Mayle, L Mabbott, L Napper
Health Psychology 26 (4), 437, 2007
Improving employee well-being and effectiveness: systematic review and meta-analysis of web-based psychological interventions delivered in the workplace
S Carolan, PR Harris, K Cavanagh
Journal of medical Internet research 19 (7), e271, 2017
Sufficient grounds for optimism?: The relationship between perceived controllability and optimistic bias
P Harris
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 15 (1), 9-52, 1996
The impact of self-affirmation on health-behavior change: a meta-analysis.
T Epton, PR Harris, R Kane, GM van Koningsbruggen, P Sheeran
Health Psychology 34 (3), 187, 2015
Trust and mistrust of online health sites
E Sillence, P Briggs, L Fishwick, P Harris
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems …, 2004
The illusion of control and optimism about health: On being less at risk but no more in control than others
P Harris, W Middleton
British Journal of Social Psychology 33 (4), 369-386, 1994
A framework for understanding trust factors in web-based health advice
E Sillence, P Briggs, P Harris, L Fishwick
International Journal of Human-computer studies 64 (8), 697-713, 2006
Adherence to an exercise prescription scheme: the role of expectations, self‐efficacy, stage of change and psychological well‐being
F Jones, P Harris, H Waller, A Coggins
British journal of health psychology 10 (3), 359-378, 2005
Self-affirmation promotes health behavior change.
T Epton, PR Harris
Health Psychology 27 (6), 746, 2008
The impact of self‐affirmation on health cognition, health behaviour and other health‐related responses: A narrative review
PR Harris, T Epton
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 3 (6), 962-978, 2009
Risk perceptions of mobile phone use while driving
MP White, JR Eiser, PR Harris
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 24 (2), 323-334, 2004
Self-affirmation improves problem-solving under stress
JD Creswell, JM Dutcher, WMP Klein, PR Harris, JM Levine
PloS one 8 (5), e62593, 2013
Going online for health advice: changes in usage and trust practices over the last five years
E Sillence, P Briggs, P Harris, L Fishwick
Interacting with computers 19 (3), 397-406, 2007
Self-affirmation increases acceptance of health-risk information among UK adult smokers with low socioeconomic status.
CJ Armitage, PR Harris, G Hepton, L Napper
Psychology of addictive behaviors 22 (1), 88, 2008
Evidence that self-affirmation reduces alcohol consumption: randomized exploratory trial with a new, brief means of self-affirming.
CJ Armitage, PR Harris, MA Arden
Health Psychology 30 (5), 633, 2011
Self-affirmation enhances attentional bias toward threatening components of a persuasive message
WMP Klein, PR Harris
Psychological Science 20 (12), 1463-1467, 2009
Developing and testing a self-affirmation manipulation
L Napper, PR Harris, T Epton
Self and Identity 8 (1), 45-62, 2009
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