• 2017

    1) Barker, M., D’Angelo, S., Ntani, G., Lawrence, W., Baird, J., Jarman, M., et al. (2017). “The relationship between maternal self-efficacy, compliance and outcome in a trial of vitamin D supplementation in pregnancy.” Osteoporosis International 28(1): 77-84.

    2016

    1) Baird, J., Barker, M., Harvey, N. C., Lawrence, W., Vogel, C., Jarman, M., et al. (2016). “Southampton PRegnancy Intervention for the Next Generation (SPRING): protocol for a randomised controlled trial.” Trials [Electronic Resource] 17(1): 493.

    2) Barker, M., Baird, J., Lawrence, W., Vogel, C., Strommer, S., Rose, T., et al. (2016). “Preconception and pregnancy: opportunities to intervene to improve women’s diets and lifestyles.” Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease: 1-4.

    3) Lawrence, W., Black, C., Tinati, T., Cradock, S., Begum, R., Jarman, M., et al. (2016). “‘Making every contact count’: Evaluation of the impact of an intervention to train health and social care practitioners in skills to support health behaviour change.” Journal of Health Psychology 21(2): 138-151.

    2015

    1) Chapman, C., Barker, M. and Lawrence, W. (2015). “Improving nutritional care: innovation and good practice.” Journal of Advanced Nursing 71(4): 881-894.

    2) Jarman, M., Ogden, J., Inskip, H., Lawrence, W., Baird, J., Cooper, C., et al. (2015). “How do mothers manage their preschool children’s eating habits and does this change as children grow older? A longitudinal analysis.” Appetite 95: 466-474.

    2014

    1) Baird, J., Jarman, M., Lawrence, W., Black, C., Davies, J., Tinati, T., et al. (2014). “The effect of a behaviour change intervention on the diets and physical activity levels of women attending Sure Start Children’s Centres: results from a complex public health intervention.” BMJ Open 4(7): e005290.

    2) Black, C., Lawrence, W., Cradock, S., Ntani, G., Tinati, T., Jarman, M., et al. (2014). “Healthy conversation skills: increasing competence and confidence in front-line staff.” Public Health Nutrition 17(3): 700-707.

    3) Nowson, C. A., Crozier, S. R., Robinson, S. M., Godfrey, K. M., Lawrence, W. T., Law, C. M., et al. (2014). “Association of early childhood abdominal circumference and weight gain with blood pressure at 36 months of age: secondary analysis of data from a prospective cohort study.” BMJ Open 4(7): e005412.

    2012

    1) Barker, M., Lawrence, W., Robinson, S. and Baird, J. (2012). “Food labelling and dietary behaviour: bridging the gap.” Public Health Nutr. 15: 758-759.

    2) Black, C., Ntani, G., Kenny, R., Tinati, T., Jarman, M., Lawrence, W., et al. (2012). “Variety and quality of healthy foods differ according to neighbourhood deprivation.” Health Place. 18: 1292-1299.

    3) Jarman, M., Lawrence, W., Ntani, G., Tinati, T., Pease, A., Black, C., et al. (2012). “Low levels of food involvement and negative affect reduce the quality of diet in women of lower educational attainment.” J.Hum.Nutr.Diet. 25: 444-452.

    4) Lawrence, W., Keyte, J., Tinati, T., Haslam, C., Baird, J., Margetts, B., et al. (2012). “A mixed-methods investigation to explore how women living in disadvantaged areas might be supported to improve their diets.” J.Health Psychol. 17: 785-798.

    5) Palmer, K. T., Harris, E. C., Linaker, C., Barker, M., Lawrence, W., Cooper, C., et al. (2012). “Effectiveness of community- and workplace-based interventions to manage musculoskeletal-related sickness absence and job loss: a systematic review.” Rheumatology.(Oxford) 51: 230-242.

    6) Tinati, T., Lawrence, W., Ntani, G., Black, C., Cradock, S., Jarman, M., et al. (2012). “Implementation of new Healthy Conversation Skills to support lifestyle changes – what helps and what hinders? Experiences of Sure Start Children’s Centre staff.” Health Soc.Care Community 20: 430-437.

    2011

    1) Barker, M., Baird, J., Lawrence, W., Jarman, M., Black, C., Barnard, K., et al. (2011). “The Southampton Initiative for Health: a complex intervention to improve the diets and increase the physical activity levels of women from disadvantaged communities.” J Health Psychol 16: 178-191.

    2) Lawrence, W., Schlotz, W., Crozier, S., Skinner, T. C., Haslam, C., Robinson, S., et al. (2011). “Specific psychological variables predict quality of diet in women of lower, but not higher, educational attainment.” Appetite 56: 46-52.

    2010

    1) Crozier, S. R., Inskip, H. M., Barker, M. E., Lawrence, W. T., Cooper, C. and Robinson, S. M. (2010). “Development of a 20-item food frequency questionnaire to assess a ‘prudent’ dietary pattern among young women in Southampton.” Eur.J Clin Nutr. 64: 99-104.

    2009

    1) Barker, M., Lawrence, W., Crozier, S., Robinson, S., Baird, J., Margetts, B., et al. (2009). “Educational attainment, perceived control and the quality of women’s diets.” Appetite 52: 631-636.

    2) Lawrence, W. and Barker, M. (2009). “A review of factors affecting the food choices of disadvantaged women.” Proc.Nutr.Soc. 68: 189-194.

    3) Lawrence, W., Skinner, T. C., Haslam, C., Robinson, S., Inskip, H., Barker, D., et al. (2009). “Why women of lower educational attainment struggle to make healthier food choices: the importance of psychological and social factors.” Psychology and Health 24(9): 1003-1020.

    2008

    1) Barker, M., Lawrence, W., Woadden, J., Crozier, S. R. and Skinner, T. C. (2008). “Women of lower educational attainment have lower food involvement and eat less fruit and vegetables.” Appetite 50: 464-468.

    2) Barker, M., Lawrence, W. T., Skinner, T. C., Haslam, C. O., Robinson, S. M., Inskip, H. M., et al. (2008). “Constraints on food choices of women in the UK with lower educational attainment.” Public Health Nutr. 11: 1229-1237.

    2007

    1) Lawrence, W. T. and Haslam, C. (2007). “Smoking during pregnancy: where next for stage-based interventions?” J Health Psychol 12: 159-169.

    2) Robinson, S., Marriott, L., Poole, J., Crozier, S., Borland, S., Lawrence, W., et al. (2007). “Dietary patterns in infancy: the importance of maternal and family influences on feeding practice.” Br.J Nutr. 98: 1029-1037.

    2006

    1) Stones, R. W., Lawrence, W. T. and Selfe, S. A. (2006). “Lasting impressions: influence of the initial hospital consultation for chronic pelvic pain on dimensions of patient satisfaction at follow-up.” J Psychosom.Res. 60: 163-167.