Kyra Hamilton
Kyra Hamilton
Associate Professor, Griffith University and Menzies Health Institute Queensland (MHIQ)
Verified email at griffith.edu.au - Homepage
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Extending the theory of planned behavior: the role of self and social influences in predicting adolescent regular moderate-to-vigorous physical activity
K Hamilton, KM White
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 30 (1), 56-74, 2008
2342008
Fewer emergency readmissions and better quality of life for older adults at risk of hospital readmission: A randomized controlled trial to determine the effectiveness of a 24 …
M Courtney, H Edwards, A Chang, A Parker, K Finlayson, K Hamilton
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 57 (3), 395-402, 2009
2172009
Understanding parental physical activity: Meanings, habits, and social role influence
K Hamilton, KM White
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 11 (4), 275-285, 2010
672010
Testing a model of physical activity among mothers and fathers of young children: Integrating self-determined motivation, planning, and the theory of planned behavior
K Hamilton, S Cox, KM White
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 34 (1), 124-145, 2012
652012
Predicting mothers’ decisions to introduce complementary feeding at 6 months. An investigation using an extended theory of planned behaviour
K Hamilton, L Daniels, KM White, N Murray, A Walsh
Appetite 56 (3), 674-681, 2011
642011
A psychosocial analysis of parents' decisions for limiting their young child's screen time: An examination of attitudes, social norms and roles, and control perceptions
K Hamilton, T Spinks, KM White, DJ Kavanagh, AM Walsh
British Journal of Health Psychology 21 (2), 285-301, 2016
542016
Predicting sugar consumption: Application of an integrated dual-process, dual-phase model
MS Hagger, N Trost, JJ Keech, DKC Chan, K Hamilton
Appetite 116, 147-156, 2017
472017
Identifying Parents’ Perceptions about Physical Activity: A Qualitative Exploration of Salient Behavioural, Normative and Control Beliefs among Mothers and Fathers of Young …
K Hamilton, KM White
Journal of health psychology 15 (8), 1157-1169, 2010
462010
A randomised controlled trial to prevent hospital readmissions and loss of functional ability in high risk older adults: a study protocol
MD Courtney, HE Edwards, AM Chang, AW Parker, K Finlayson, ...
BMC health services research 11 (1), 202, 2011
452011
The role of action control and action planning on fruit and vegetable consumption
G Zhou, Y Gan, M Miao, K Hamilton, N Knoll, R Schwarzer
Appetite 91, 64-68, 2015
442015
Child sun safety: Application of an Integrated Behavior Change model.
K Hamilton, A Kirkpatrick, A Rebar, MS Hagger
Health Psychology 36 (9), 916, 2017
432017
Use of online health information to manage children’s health care: a prospective study investigating parental decisions
AM Walsh, K Hamilton, KM White, MK Hyde
BMC health services research 15 (1), 131, 2015
432015
Social influences and the physical activity intentions of parents of young-children families: An extended theory of planned behavior approach
K Hamilton, KM White
Journal of family issues 33 (10), 1351-1372, 2012
432012
Identifying key belief-based targets for promoting regular physical activity among mothers and fathers with young children
K Hamilton, KM White
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 14 (2), 135-142, 2011
432011
Self-efficacy, planning and action control in an oral self-care intervention
G Zhou, C Sun, N Knoll, K Hamilton, R Schwarzer
Health Education Research 30 (4), 671-681, 2015
412015
Predictive modelling: parents’ decision making to use online child health information to increase their understanding and/or diagnose or treat their child’s health
AM Walsh, MK Hyde, K Hamilton, KM White
BMC medical informatics and decision making 12 (1), 144, 2012
392012
Investigating mothers’ decisions about their child’s sun-protective behaviour using the Theory of Planned Behaviour
CE Thomson, KM White, K Hamilton
Journal of Health Psychology 17 (7), 1001-1010, 2012
392012
Physical activity and transitioning to college: The importance of intentions and habits
V Allom, B Mullan, E Cowie, K Hamilton
American journal of health behavior 40 (2), 280-290, 2016
362016
Investigating driver willingness to drive through flooded waterways
M Pearson, K Hamilton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 72, 382-390, 2014
362014
A randomised controlled trial of a theory-based intervention to improve sun protective behaviour in adolescents ('you can still be HOT in the shade'): study protocol
AL Hawkes, K Hamilton, KM White, RMD Young
BMC cancer 12 (1), 1, 2012
362012
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