Rachel C. Adams
Rachel C. Adams
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Qualified nurses lack adequate knowledge related to oral health, resulting in inadequate oral care of patients on medical wards
R Adams
Journal of advanced nursing 24 (3), 552-560, 1996
Training response inhibition to food is associated with weight loss and reduced energy intake
NS Lawrence, J O'Sullivan, D Parslow, M Javaid, RC Adams, ...
Appetite 95, 17-28, 2015
Stopping to food can reduce intake. Effects of stimulus-specificity and individual differences in dietary restraint
NS Lawrence, F Verbruggen, S Morrison, RC Adams, CD Chambers
Appetite 85, 91-103, 2015
Exaggerations and caveats in press releases and health-related science news
P Sumner, S Vivian-Griffiths, J Boivin, A Williams, L Bott, R Adams, ...
PloS one 11 (12), e0168217, 2016
Proactive motor control reduces monetary risk taking in gambling
F Verbruggen, R Adams, CD Chambers
Psychological science 23 (7), 805-815, 2012
Biophysical determinants of transcranial magnetic stimulation: effects of excitability and depth of targeted area
MG Stokes, AT Barker, M Dervinis, F Verbruggen, L Maizey, RC Adams, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 109 (2), 437-444, 2013
Training response inhibition to reduce food consumption: Mechanisms, stimulus specificity and appropriate training protocols
RC Adams, NS Lawrence, F Verbruggen, CD Chambers
Appetite 109, 11-23, 2017
Comparative incidence rates of mild adverse effects to transcranial magnetic stimulation
L Maizey, CPG Allen, M Dervinis, F Verbruggen, A Varnava, M Kozlov, ...
Clinical neurophysiology 124 (3), 536-544, 2013
Are the effects of response inhibition on gambling long-lasting?
F Verbruggen, RC Adams, F van‘t Wout, T Stevens, IPL McLaren, ...
PloS one 8 (7), e70155, 2013
How readers understand causal and correlational expressions used in news headlines.
RC Adams, P Sumner, S Vivian-Griffiths, A Barrington, A Williams, ...
Journal of experimental psychology: applied 23 (1), 1, 2017
Claims of causality in health news: a randomised trial
RC Adams, A Challenger, L Bratton, J Boivin, L Bott, G Powell, A Williams, ...
BMC medicine 17 (1), 1-11, 2019
Food addiction: Implications for the diagnosis and treatment of overeating
RC Adams, J Sedgmond, L Maizey, CD Chambers, NS Lawrence
Nutrients 11 (9), 2086, 2019
From Alexa to Siri and the GDPR: the gendering of virtual personal assistants and the role of data protection impact assessments
NN Loideain, R Adams
Computer Law & Security Review 36, 105366, 2020
Prefrontal brain stimulation during food-related inhibition training: effects on food craving, food consumption and inhibitory control
J Sedgmond, NS Lawrence, F Verbruggen, S Morrison, CD Chambers, ...
Royal Society open science 6 (1), 181186, 2019
Do restrained eaters show increased BMI, food craving and disinhibited eating? A comparison of the Restraint Scale and the Restrained Eating scale of the Dutch Eating Behaviour …
RC Adams, CD Chambers, NS Lawrence
Royal Society open science 6 (6), 190174, 2019
Caveats in science-based news stories communicate caution without lowering interest.
L Bott, L Bratton, B Diaconu, RC Adams, A Challenger, J Boivin, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 25 (4), 517, 2019
Safeguarding the future of genomic research in South Africa: Broad consent and the Protection of Personal Information Act No. 4 of 2013
C Staunton, R Adams, M Botes, ES Dove, L Horn, M Labuschaigne, ...
SAMJ: South African Medical Journal 109 (7), 468-470, 2019
Mapping the timecourse of goal-directed attention to location and colour in human vision
RC Adams, CD Chambers
Acta psychologica 139 (3), 515-523, 2012
The association between exaggeration in health-related science news and academic press releases: a replication study
L Bratton, RC Adams, A Challenger, J Boivin, L Bott, CD Chambers, ...
Wellcome open research 4, 2019
Assessing the potential role of open data in South African environmental management
R Adams, F Adeleke
The African Journal of Information and Communication 2016 (19), 79-99, 2016
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