|Predicting and explaining intentions and behavior: How well are we doing?|
Journal of applied social psychology 28 (15), 1317-1338, 1998
|Stage theories of health behavior: conceptual and methodological issues.|
ND Weinstein, AJ Rothman, SR Sutton
Health psychology 17 (3), 290, 1998
|Fear-arousing communications: A critical examination of theory and research|
Social psychology and behavioral medicine, 303-337, 1982
|Using the Internet to conduct surveys of health professionals: a valid alternative?|
D Braithwaite, J Emery, S De Lusignan, S Sutton
Family practice 20 (5), 545-551, 2003
|Back to the drawing board? A review of applications of the transtheoretical model to substance use|
Addiction 96 (1), 175-186, 2001
|Effectiveness of physical activity promotion based in primary care: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials|
G Orrow, AL Kinmonth, S Sanderson, S Sutton
Bmj 344, 2012
|Factors predicting delayed presentation of symptomatic breast cancer: a systematic review|
AJ Ramirez, AM Westcombe, CC Burgess, S Sutton, P Littlejohns, ...
The Lancet 353 (9159), 1127-1131, 1999
|Perceived difficulty in the theory of planned behaviour: Perceived behavioural control or affective attitude?|
P Kraft, J Rise, S Sutton, E R°ysamb
British journal of social psychology 44 (3), 479-496, 2005
|Let's ask them: a national survey of definitions of quality of life and its enhancement among people aged 65 and over|
A Bowling, Z Gabriel, J Dykes, LM Dowding, O Evans, A Fleissig, ...
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development 56 (4), 269-306, 2003
|A multidimensional model of the quality of life in older age|
A Bowling, D Banister, S Sutton, O Evans, J Windsor
Aging & mental health 6 (4), 355-371, 2002
|Psychological impact of genetic counseling for familial cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis|
D Braithwaite, J Emery, F Walter, AT Prevost, S Sutton
Journal of the National Cancer Institute 96 (2), 122-133, 2004
|The impact of communicating genetic risks of disease on risk-reducing health behaviour: systematic review with meta-analysis|
GJ Hollands, DP French, SJ Griffin, AT Prevost, S Sutton, S King, ...
bmj 352, 2016
|A causal modelling approach to the development of theory-based behaviour change programmes for trial evaluation|
W Hardeman, S Sutton, S Griffin, M Johnston, A White, NJ Wareham, ...
Health education research 20 (6), 676-687, 2005
|The past predicts the future: Interpreting behaviour–behaviour relationships in social psychological models of health behaviour.|
Avebury/Ashgate Publishing Co, 1994
|Effects of communicating DNA‐based disease risk estimates on risk‐reducing behaviours|
TM Marteau, DP French, SJ Griffin, AT Prevost, S Sutton, C Watkinson, ...
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2010
|The Importance of Affective Beliefs and Attitudes in the Theory of Planned Behavior: Predicting Intention to Increase Physical Activity1|
DP French, S Sutton, SJ Hennings, J Mitchell, NJ Wareham, S Griffin, ...
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 35 (9), 1824-1848, 2005
|Prospective study of predictors of attendance for breast screening in inner London.|
S Sutton, G Bickler, J Sancho-Aldridge, G Saidi
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 48 (1), 65-73, 1994
|A comparative test of the theory of reasoned action and the theory of planned behavior in the prediction of condom use intentions in a national sample of English young people.|
S Sutton, D McVey, A Glanz
Health Psychology 18 (1), 72, 1999
|Efficacy of a theory-based behavioural intervention to increase physical activity in an at-risk group in primary care (ProActive UK): a randomised trial|
AL Kinmonth, NJ Wareham, W Hardeman, S Sutton, AT Prevost, ...
The Lancet 371 (9606), 41-48, 2008
|Eliciting salient beliefs in research on the theory of planned behaviour: The effect of question wording|
S Sutton, DP French, SJ Hennings, J Mitchell, NJ Wareham, S Griffin, ...
Current Psychology 22 (3), 234-251, 2003