Booth, D.A. & Booth, P. (2011). Targeting cultural changes supportive of the healthiest lifestyle patterns. A biosocial evidence-base for prevention of obesity. Appetite 56(1), 210-221.

Booth, D.A., & Nouwen, A. (2011). Weight is controlled by eating patterns, not by foods or drugs. Reply to comments on “Satiety -- no way to slim.” Appetite 57(3), 784-790.

Cooper AF, Hankins M, Rixon L, Eaton E, Grunfeld EA. Distinct work-related, clinical and psychological factors predict return to work following treatment in four different cancer types. Psychooncology. 2012 Mar 21. doi: 10.1002/pon.3049.

Derbyshire SWG, Whalley MG, Oakley DA. Pain modulation in normal controls using suggestion with and without a hypnotic induction: an fMRI study. Cortex 2012; under review.

Derbyshire SWG, Raja A. On the development of painful experience. Journal of Consciousness Studies 2011; 18: 233-256.

Dilworth JA, Thomas K , Sawkins N, Oyebode JR (2011). Use of The Distress Thermometer for the Elderly (DTE) in the Identification of Distress and Need in Nursing and Care Homes Aging and Mental Health, 15, 756-764

Flowers, P., Davis, Larkin, M., Church & Marriott, C. (2011) Understanding the impact of HIV diagnosis amongst gay men in Scotland: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Psychology and Health, 26:10, 13781391.

Ford S, Howard R & Oyebode J (in press). Psychosocial aspects of Coeliac Disease: A cross-sectional survey of a UK population. British Journal of Health Psychology DOI:10.1111/j.2044-8287.2012.02069.x

Fox, A.P. Larkin, M., Leung, N. (2010). The personal meaning of eating disorder symptoms: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Health Psychology, 16:1, 116-25. DOI: 10.1177/1359105310368449

 Goodchild, C.E., Treharne, G.J., Booth, D.A., & Bowman, S.J. (2010). Daytime patterning of fatigue and its associations with the previous night’s discomfort and poor sleep among women with primary Sjögren’s syndrome or rheumatoid arthritis. Musculoskeletal Care 8, 107-117.

Green, A., Larkin, M., Sullivan, V. (2009). ‘Oh stuff it!’ The experience and explanation of diet failure: an exploration using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Journal of Health Psychology, 14:7, 997-1008. DOI: 10.1177/1359105309342293

Grunfeld EA, Drudge-Coates L, Rixon L, Eaton E, Cooper AF. Work behaviour following prostate cancer treatment: the role of beliefs about masculinity and disclosure. Health Psychology (in press)

Hawkins A Howard RA & Oyebode J (2007). Stress and coping in hospice nursing staff. The impact of attachment styles.  Psycho-Oncology, 16, 563-572.

Howard, R., Ford S,  & Oyebode J (In press). Living with Coeliac Disease: A cross-sectional survey of a UK population. B J Health Psychology.

Mann E, Smith MJ, Hellier J, Hamed H, Grunfeld EA, Hunter MS. Effectiveness of a cognitive behavioural intervention to treat menopausal symptoms following breast cancer treatment (MENOS 1): a randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Oncology 2012 13 (3), pp. 309-318

Osborn J, Derbyshire SWG. Pain sensation evoked by observing injury in others. Pain 2010; 148: 268-274

Oyebode JR, Bradley P. Allen JL (In press) Relatives' experiences of frontal variant fronto-temporal dementia. Qualitative Health Research.

Rudman N, Oyebode JR, Jones C, Bentham P. (2011) An investigation into the validity of effort tests in a working age dementia population. Aging & Mental Health. 15, 47-57.

Scott SE, Khwaja M, Low EL, Weinman J, Grunfeld EA. A randomized controlled trial of a pilot intervention to encourage early presentation of oral cancer in high risk groups. Patient Education and Counseling (in press)

Sullivan MD, Cahana A, Derbyshire SWG, Loeser JD. Imaging cannot make chronic pain a disease. Journal of Pain 2012; in press.

Tadros, G., Ormerod, S., Dobson-Smythe, P., Gallon, M., Doherty, D., Carryer, A., Oyebode J.R. & Kingston, P. (in press). The management of behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia in residential homes: Does Tai Chi have any role for people with dementia. Dementia.

Treharne, G.J., Lyons, A.C., Booth, D.A., & Kitas, G.D. (2007). Psychological well-being across 1 year with rheumatoid arthritis: coping resources as buffers of perceived stress. British Journal of Health Psychology 12, 323-345.