Anna Serlachius
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Stress and weight change in university students in the United Kingdom
A Serlachius, M Hamer, J Wardle
Physiology & behavior 92 (4), 548-553, 2007
2772007
Chronic physical illness: self-management and behavioural interventions: self management and behavioural interventions
S Newman, E Steed, K Mulligan
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2008
1112008
Cumulative effect of psychosocial factors in youth on ideal cardiovascular health in adulthood: the Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study
L Pulkki-Råback, M Elovainio, C Hakulinen, J Lipsanen, M Hintsanen, ...
Circulation 131 (3), 245-253, 2015
922015
Cumulative effects of negative life events and family stress on children’s mental health: The Bergen Child Study
T Bøe, AS Serlachius, B Sivertsen, KJ Petrie, M Hysing
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 53 (1), 1-9, 2018
562018
Is dispositional optimism or dispositional pessimism predictive of ideal cardiovascular health? The Young Finns Study
A Serlachius, L Pulkki-Råback, M Elovainio, M Hintsanen, V Mikkilä, ...
Psychology & health 30 (10), 1221-1239, 2015
442015
A randomized controlled trial of cognitive behaviour therapy to improve glycaemic control and psychosocial wellbeing in adolescents with type 1 diabetes
AS Serlachius, SE Scratch, EA Northam, E Frydenberg, KJ Lee, ...
Journal of Health Psychology 21 (6), 1157-1169, 2016
432016
Psychosocial challenges and opportunities for youth with chronic health conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Serlachius, SM Badawy, H Thabrew
JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 3 (2), e23057, 2020
332020
Adapting a generic coping skills programme for adolescents with type 1 diabetes: a qualitative study
A Serlachius, E Northam, E Frydenberg, F Cameron
Journal of health psychology 17 (3), 313-323, 2012
302012
Parental experiences of family‐centred care from admission to discharge in the neonatal intensive care unit
A Serlachius, J Hames, V Juth, D Garton, S Rowley, KJ Petrie
Journal of paediatrics and child health 54 (11), 1227-1233, 2018
262018
“What say ye gout experts?” a content analysis of questions about gout posted on the social news website Reddit
C Derksen, A Serlachius, KJ Petrie, N Dalbeth
BMC musculoskeletal disorders 18 (1), 1-5, 2017
252017
Self-management and behaviour change: Theoretical models
A Serlachius, S Sutton, R Way
Chronic physical illness: Self-management and behavioural interventions 1, 47-63, 2009
212009
High Perceived Social Support Protects against the Intergenerational Transmission of Obesity: The Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study
A Serlachius, M Elovainio, M Juonala, S Shea, M Sabin, T Lehtimäki, ...
Preventive Medicine, 2016
192016
A systematic review of gratitude interventions: effects on physical health and health behaviors
AL Boggiss, NS Consedine, JM Brenton-Peters, PL Hofman, ...
Journal of Psychosomatic Research 135, 110165, 2020
162020
Illness Perceptions Predict Mortality in Patients with Gout: A Prospective Observational Study
N Serlachius, A., Gamble, G., House, M., Vincent, Z., Knight, J., Horne, A ...
Arthritis Care & Research, 2016
14*2016
Illness perceptions and mortality in patients with gout: a prospective observational study
A Serlachius, G Gamble, M House, ZL Vincent, J Knight, A Horne, ...
Arthritis care & research 69 (9), 1444-1448, 2017
122017
Probiotics and maternal mental health: a randomised controlled trial among pregnant women with obesity
JP Dawe, LME McCowan, J Wilson, KAM Okesene-Gafa, AS Serlachius
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-11, 2020
112020
Does high optimism protect against the inter-generational transmission of high BMI? The Cardiovascular Risk in Young Finns Study
A Serlachius, L Pulkki-Råback, M Juonala, M Sabin, T Lehtimäki, ...
Journal of psychosomatic research 100, 61-64, 2017
112017
Gratitude–more than just a platitude? The science behind gratitude and health.
K Schache, N Consedine, P Hofman, A Serlachius
British journal of health psychology, 2019
102019
Association between user engagement of a mobile health app for gout and improvements in self-care behaviors: randomized controlled trial
A Serlachius, K Schache, A Kieser, B Arroll, K Petrie, N Dalbeth
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (8), e15021, 2019
82019
Positive psychosocial factors in childhood predicting lower risk for adult type 2 diabetes: the cardiovascular risk in Young Finns Study, 1980–2012
L Pulkki-Råback, M Elovainio, C Hakulinen, J Lipsanen, LD Kubzansky, ...
American journal of preventive medicine 52 (6), e157-e164, 2017
82017
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