Eves F.F. (2014) Is there any Proffitt in stair climbing? A headcount of studies testing for demographic differences in choice of stairs. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review. 21, 71-79.
Eves, F.F., Thorpe, S.K.S., Lewis, A., & Taylor-Covill, G.A.H. (2014) Does perceived steepness deter stair climbing when an alternative is available? Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 21 (3), 637-644
Taylor-Covill, G., & Eves, F.F. (2014) When what we need influences what we see: Choice of energetic replenishment is linked with perceived steepness. Journal of Experimental Psychology, Human Perception and Performance, 40, 915-919.
Holliday, A., Batey, C., Eves, F.F. & Blannin, A.K. (2014) A novel tool for the measurement of subjective appetite: the Visual Meal Creator. Appetite 79, 68-75
Taylor-Covill, G., & Eves, F.F. (2013) Slant perception on stairs and screens: Effects of sex and fatigue in a laboratory environment. Perception, 42(4):459-69
French, D.P., Darker, C.D., Eves, F.F., & Sniehotta, F.F (2013) The systematic development of a brief intervention to increase walking in the general public using an "extended" theory of planned behavior. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 10(7), 940-8.
Taylor-Covill, G.A.H., & Eves, F.F. (2013) The accuracy of ‘haptically’ measured geographical slant perception. Acta Psychologica, 144, 444-450
Taylor-Covill, G.A.H., & Eves, F.F. (2013) What hands know about objects; taking perception of hills out of context: A response to Durgin (2013). Acta psychologica 144 459-461
Long, J.E., Ring, C., Bosch, J.A., Eves,F.F., Drayson, M.T., Calver, R. Say, V., Allen,D. & Burns, V.E. (2013) A lifestyle physical activity intervention and the antibody response to pneumococcal vaccination in women. Psychosomatic Medicine. 75, 774-782
Eves, F.F., Olander, E.K., Webb, O.J., Griffin, C., & Chambers, J. (2012) Likening stairs in buildings to climbing a mountain: Self-reports of expected effects on stair climbing and objective measures of effectiveness. Psychology of Sport & Exercise 13, 170-176
Lewis, A. & Eves, F.F. (2012) Testing the theory underlying the success of point-of-choice prompts: A multi-component stair climbing intervention. Psychology of Sport & Exercise 13,126-132.
Eves, F.F. Webb, O.J., Griffin, C. & Chambers, J. (2012) A Multi-component intervention targeting calorific expenditure with stair climbing; Effects on behaviour, attitudes and intentions. BMC Public Health 2012, 12: 423.
Lewis, A. & Eves, F.F. (2012) Prompt before the choice is made; Effects of a stair climbing intervention in university buildings. British Journal of Health Psychology, 17, 631–643
Lewis, A. & Eves, F.F. (2012) Prompts to increase stair climbing in stations; the effect of message complexity.Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 9, 954-961
Kremers, S.P.J., Eves, F.F. & Andersen, R.E. (2012) Environmental changes to promote physical activity and healthy dietary behaviour. Journal of Environmental and Public Health Article ID 470858, 4 pages, doi:10.1155/2012/470858.
Webb, O.J., Eves, F.F., & Kerr, J. (2011) A statistical summary of mall-based stair-climbing interventions. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 8, 558-65
Olander, E., & Eves, F.F. (2011) Elevator availability and its impact on stair use in a workplace. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 31, 200-206
Lewis, A. & Eves, F.F. (2011) Specific effects of a calorie-based intervention in overweight commuters. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 42 (2), 257-261
Hurren, N. M., Eves, F.F., & Blannin, A.K. (2011) Is the effect of prior exercise on postprandial lipaemia the same for a moderate-fat meal as it is for a high-fat meal? British Journal of Nutrition, 105(4):506-16.
Webb, O.J., Eves, F.F. (2011) Promoting stair climbing: the importance of consistent practice when conducting and reviewing interventions. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 35 ( 6), 573-U51
Olander, E & Eves, F.F. (2011) Effectiveness and cost of two stair climbing interventions - less is more. American Journal of Health Promotion, 25 (4), 231-236
Ryan, J., Lyon, K., Webb, O.J., Eves, F.F., & Ryan, C.G. (2011) Promoting physical activity in a low socioeconomic area: Results from an intervention targeting stair climbing. Preventive Medicine,52, 352–354, 352–354
Webb, O.J., Eves, F.F. & Smith, L. (2011) Investigating behavioural mimicry in the context of stair/escalator choice. British Journal of Health Psychology,16, 373–385, 373–385
Eves, F.F. (2010) Effects of point-of-decision prompts for stair use depend on the alternative. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 38, 573–574
Scott, E.J., Eves, F.F., Hoppé, R. & French, DP. ( 2010) Dancing to a different tune: The Theory of Planned Behaviour when the behaviour is constrained. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 11, 250-257
Puig-Ribera, A & Eves F.F. (2010) Promoting stair climbing in Barcelona: similarities and differences with interventions in English-speaking populations. European Journal of Public Health, 20, 100-102
Darker, C.D., French, D.P., Eves, F.F., & Sniehotta, F.F (2010) An intervention to promote walking amongst the general population based on an "extended" Theory of Planned Behaviour: A waiting list randomised controlled trial. Psychology and Health.25: 1, 71-88: 1, 71-88
Scott, E.J., Eves, F.F., Hoppé, R. & French D.P. (2009). Accessibility of salient beliefs about the outcomes of physical activity. British Journal of Health Psychology, 14,159-174
Orrell, A.J.,Masters, R.S.W.& Eves, F.F. (2009). Reinvestment and movement disruption following stroke. Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair, 23, 177-183, 177-183
Eves, F.F., & Hoppé, R. (2009). Accessibility of links between behaviours and outcomes; The case of physical activity. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 31, 249-266, 31, 249-266
Jolly, K., Duda, J.L., Daley, A, Eves, F.F., Mutrie, N., Ntoumanis, N., Rouse, P.C., Lodhia, R., & Williams, G.C. (2009) Evaluation of a standard provision versus an autonomy promotive exercise referral programme: Rationale and study design BMC Public Health2009, 9:176
Eves, F.F., Olander, E. K, Nicoll, G., Puig Ribera, A., & Griffin, C. (2009) Increasing stair climbing in a train station; effects of contextual variables and visibility. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 29, 300-303.
Masters, R.S.W., Maxwell, J.P., & Eves, F.F. (2009) Marginally perceptible outcome feedback, motor learning and implicit processes. Consciousness and Cognition, 18, 639-645
Calitri, R., Lowe, R., Eves, F.F. & Bennett, P. (2009) Associations between visual attention, implicit and explicit attitude, and behaviour for physical activity. Psychology and Health 24, (9), 1105–1123
Eves, F.F. (2008) All choices are not equal; Effects of context on point-of-choice prompts for stair climbing. Obesity Reviews,9, 83-84
Eves, F.F., Masters, R.S.W., McManus, A., Leung, M., Wong, P., & White, M.J. (2008) Contextual barriers to lifestyle physical activity interventions in Hong Kong. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40, 965-971
Olander, E. K, Eves, F.F. & Puig Ribera, A. (2008) Promoting stair climbing: stair-riser banners are better than posters... sometimes. Preventive Medicine, 46, 308-310
Eves, F.F., Lewis, A.L, & Griffin, C. (2008) Modeling effects of stair width on rates of stair climbing in a train station. Preventive Medicine, 47, 270-272
Eves, F.F., Masters, R.S.W., & McManus, A. (2008) Effects of point-of-choice stair climbing interventions in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Medical Journal, 14,suppl 5, S36-39
Orrell, A.J., Eves, F.F., Masters, R.S.W., & MacMahon, K.M.A. (2007). Implicit Sequence Learning Processes after Unilateral Stroke. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 17, 335-354
Eves, F.F. Scott, E.J. Hoppé, R. & French D.P. (2007). Using the affective priming paradigm to explore the attitudes underlying walking behaviour. British Journal of Health Psychology, 12, 571-585
Scott, E.J., Eves, F.F., French D.P., & Hoppé, R. (2007) The Theory of Planned Behaviour predicts self-reports of walking but does not predict step-counts. British Journal of Health Psychology, 12, 601-620
Webb, O.J., & Eves, F.F. (2007) Effects of environmental changes in a stair climbing intervention: generalization to stair descent. American Journal of Health Promotion, 22, 38-44
Webb, O.J., & Eves, F.F. (2007) Promoting Stair Climbing: Intervention Effects Generalize to a Subsequent Stair Ascent. American Journal of Health Promotion22, 114-119, 114-119
Webb, O.J., & Eves, F.F. (2007) Promoting stair use: effects of message specificity and validation. Health Education Research, 22, 29-57
Masters, R.S.W., Pall, H.S., MacMahon, K.M.A & Eves, F.F. (2007) Duration of Parkinson’s disease is associated with an increased propensity for ‘reinvestment’. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 21, 123-126
Darker, C.D., French, D.P., Longdon, S., Morris, K., & Eves, F.F. (2007). Are beliefs elicited biased by question order? A theory of planned behaviour belief elicitation study about walking behaviour in the general population. British Journal of Health Psychology, 12, 93-110
Eves, F.F. & Webb, O.J. (2006) Worksite interventions to increase stair climbing; Reasons for caution. Preventive Medicine, 43, 4-7
Eves, F.F. & Masters, R.S.W. (2006) An uphill struggle: Effects of a point-of-choice stair climbing intervention in a non-English speaking population. International Journal of Epidemiology, 35, 1286-1290
Eves, F.F., Webb, O.J. & Mutrie, N. (2006) A workplace intervention to promote stair climbing: greater effects in the overweight. Obesity 14,2210-2216
Orrell, A.J., Eves, F.F. & Masters, R.S.W. (2006) Implicit motor learning of a balancing task. Gait and Posture, 23, 9-16
Orrell, A.J., Eves, F.F. & Masters, R.S.W. (2006) Motor Learning of a Dynamic Balancing Task after Stroke: Implicit Implications for Stroke Rehabilitation. Physical Therapy. 86, 369-380
Webb, O.J., & Eves, F.F. (2005) Promoting stair climbing: Single vs. multiple messages. American Journal of Public Health, 95, 1543-1544.
Maxwell, J.P., Masters, R.S.W., & Eves, F.F. (2003) The role of working memory in motor learning and performance. Consciousness and Cognition, 12, 376-402
Law, J., Masters, R.M., Bray, S., Eves, F.F, & Bardswell, I. (2003) Motor performance as a function of audience affability and metaknowledge. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 25, 484-500
Eves, F.F, Hoppé, R., & McLaren, L. (2003) Prediction of specific types of physical activity with the Theory of Planned Behavior. Journal of Applied Biobehavioural Research, 8, 77-95
Callaghan, P., Eves, F.F., Norman, P., Chang, A.M., & Lung, C.Y. (2002) Applying the Transtheoretical Model of Change to Exercise in Young Chinese People. British Journal of Health Psychology, 7, 267-282
Lowe, R., Eves, F., & Carroll, D. (2002) The influence of affective and instrumental beliefs on exercise intentions and behavior: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 32, 1241-1252.
Kerr, J., Eves, F., & Carroll, D. (2001) Encouraging stair use: Banners are better than posters. American Journal of Public Health, 91, 1192-1193
Kerr, J., Eves, F., & Carroll, D. (2001) Can posters prompt stair use in a worksite environment? Journal of Occupational Health, 43, 205-207
Walton, A.J. & Eves, F. (2001) Exploring drug users’ illness representations of HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C using repertory grids. Psychology and Health, 16, 489-500.
Kerr, J., Eves, F., & Carroll, D. (2001) Getting more people on the stairs: The impact of a new message format. Journal of Health Psychology, 6, 495-500
Kerr, J., Eves, F., & Carroll, D. (2001) The influence of poster prompts on stair use: The effects of setting, poster size and content. British Journal of Health Psychology, 6, 397-405
Kerr, J., Eves, F., & Carroll, D. (2001) Six-month observational study of prompted stair climbing. Preventive Medicine, 33, 422-427
Maxwell, J.P., Masters, R.S.W., & Eves, F.F. (2000) From novice to no know-how: a longitudinal study of implicit motor learning. Journal of Sports Sciences, 18, 111-120
Kerr, J., Eves, F., & Carroll, D. (2000) Posters can prompt less active individuals to use the stairs. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 54, 942-943