Jacob Keech
Jacob Keech
PhD Candidate, School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University
Verified email at griffithuni.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
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
362017
Changing people’s attitudes and beliefs toward driving through floodwaters: Evaluation of a video infographic
K Hamilton, AE Peden, JJ Keech, MS Hagger
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 53, 50-60, 2018
102018
Drivers’ experiences during floods: Investigating the psychological influences underpinning decisions to avoid driving through floodwater
K Hamilton, S Price, JJ Keech, AE Peden, MS Hagger
International journal of disaster risk reduction 28, 507-518, 2018
92018
The influence of university students’ stress mindsets on health and performance outcomes
JJ Keech, MS Hagger, FV O’Callaghan, K Hamilton
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 52 (12), 1046-1059, 2018
82018
The lived experience of rescuing people who have driven into floodwater: Understanding challenges and identifying areas for providing support
JJ Keech, SR Smith, AE Peden, MS Hagger, K Hamilton
Health promotion journal of Australia 30 (2), 252-257, 2019
62019
Driving through floodwater: exploring driver decisions through the lived experience
K Hamilton, AE Peden, JJ Keech, MS Hagger
International journal of disaster risk reduction 34, 346-355, 2019
62019
Reducing alcohol consumption during pre-drinking sessions: testing an integrated behaviour-change model
KM Caudwell, JJ Keech, K Hamilton, BA Mullan, MS Hagger
Psychology & health 34 (1), 106-127, 2019
52019
Alcohol use, aquatic injury, and unintentional drowning: A systematic literature review
K Hamilton, JJ Keech, AE Peden, MS Hagger
Drug and alcohol review 37 (6), 752-773, 2018
52018
Deciding to drive through floodwater: A qualitative analysis through the lived experience
K Hamilton, A Peden, J Keech, M Hagger
Royal Life Saving Society – Australia & Griffith University, 2016
5*2016
Protocol for developing a mental imagery intervention: a randomised controlled trial testing a novel implementation imagery e-health intervention to change driver behaviour …
K Hamilton, JJ Keech, AE Peden, MS Hagger
BMJ open 9 (2), e025565, 2019
32019
Parents' role constructions for facilitating physical activity‐related behaviours in their young children
JJ Keech, D Hatzis, DJ Kavanagh, KM White, K Hamilton
Australian Journal of Psychology 70 (3), 246-257, 2018
32018
Changing Stress Mindsets with a Novel Imagery Intervention: A Randomized Controlled Trial
JJ Keech, MS Hagger, K Hamilton
PsyArXiv, 2019
12019
Predicting heavy episodic drinking in young Australian university students: A dual process approach
K Hamilton, I Gibbs, J Keech, M Hagger
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 52, S181-S181, 2018
12018
The Stress Control Mindset Measure (SCMM): Psychometric Properties in Australian and British Samples
JJ Keech, S Orbell, MS Hagger, FV O'Callaghan, K Hamilton
PsyArXiv, 2019
2019
Stress mindset
JJ Keech, K Hamilton
Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine, 2019
2019
Reducing alcohol consumption during pre-drinking sessions: Testing an integrated behaviour-change model
KM Caudwell, JJ Keech, K Hamilton, B Mullan, MS Hagger
PsyArXiv, 2018
2018
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A MEASURE OF STRESS-IS-CONTROLLABLE MINDSET: THE STRESS CONTROL MINDSET MEASURE (SCMM)
J Keech, M Hagger, S Orbell, K Hamilton
ANNALS OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 52, S834-S834, 2018
2018
Driving through floodwater: exploring driver decisions through the lived experience
K Hamilton, A Peden, J Keech, M Hagger
European Health Psychologist 18 (S), 541, 2016
2016
Stress mindset and stress-related outcomes: A model of deliberative and implicit influences on behavioural mediators.
J Keech, F O'Callaghan, M Hagger, K Hamilton
International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 23 (1), S109-S109, 2016
2016
Explicit and Implicit Motives Toward Reducing Pre-drinking in Young Australian Undergraduate Students
J Keech
Griffith University, 2014
2014
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