L. Alison Phillips
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The Common-Sense Model of Self-Regulation (CSM): a dynamic framework for understanding illness self-management
H Leventhal, LA Phillips, E Burns
Journal of behavioral medicine 39 (6), 935-946, 2016
A meta-analytic review of the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire
M Credé, LA Phillips
Learning and individual differences 21 (4), 337-346, 2011
AR Further
H Leventhal, J Weinman, EA Leventhal, LA Phillips
Annu. Rev. Psychol 59, 477-505, 2008
Assessing theoretical predictors of long-term medication adherence: Patients’ treatment-related beliefs, experiential feedback and habit development
L Alison Phillips, H Leventhal, EA Leventhal
Psychology & Health 28 (10), 1135-1151, 2013
Physicians’ communication of the common‐sense self‐regulation model results in greater reported adherence than physicians’ use of interpersonal skills
LA Phillips, H Leventhal, EA Leventhal
British journal of health psychology 17 (2), 244-257, 2012
Habitual instigation and habitual execution: Definition, measurement, and effects on behaviour frequency
B Gardner, LA Phillips, G Judah
British journal of health psychology 21 (3), 613-630, 2016
Habitual exercise instigation (vs. execution) predicts healthy adults’ exercise frequency.
LA Phillips, B Gardner
Health Psychology 35 (1), 69, 2016
Modeling health and illness behavior: The approach of the commonsense model.
H Leventhal, S Bodnar-Deren, JY Breland, J Hash-Converse, LA Phillips, ...
Psychology Press, 2012
Key barriers to medication adherence in survivors of strokes and transient ischemic attacks
IM Kronish, MA Diefenbach, DE Edmondson, LA Phillips, K Fei, ...
Journal of general internal medicine 28 (5), 675-682, 2013
Self-management of chronic illness: The role of ‘habit’versus reflective factors in exercise and medication adherence
LA Phillips, J Cohen, E Burns, J Abrams, S Renninger
Journal of Behavioral Medicine 39 (6), 1076-1091, 2016
Modelling management of chronic illness in everyday life: A common-sense approach
H Leventhal, LA Phillips, E Burns
Psychological Topics 25 (1), 1-18, 2016
Factors associated with the accuracy of physicians’ predictions of patient adherence
LA Phillips, EA Leventhal, H Leventhal
Patient education and counseling 85 (3), 461-467, 2011
The necessity-concerns framework: A multidimensional theory benefits from multidimensional analysis
LA Phillips, MA Diefenbach, IM Kronish, RM Negron, CR Horowitz
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 48 (1), 7-16, 2014
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans report symptoms consistent with chronic multisymptom illness one year after deployment
LM McAndrew, DA Helmer, LA Phillips, HK Chandler, K Ray, KS Quigley
Intrinsic rewards predict exercise via behavioral intentions for initiators but via habit strength for maintainers.
LA Phillips, PÉ Chamberland, EB Hekler, J Abrams, MH Eisenberg
Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 5 (4), 352, 2016
Using the common-sense model to understand health outcomes for medically unexplained symptoms: a meta-analysis
LM McAndrew, M Crede, K Maestro, S Slotkin, J Kimber, LA Phillips
Health Psychology Review 13 (4), 427-446, 2019
Evaluating motivational interviewing and habit formation to enhance the effect of activity trackers on healthy adults’ activity levels: randomized intervention
LD Ellingson, JE Lansing, KJ DeShaw, KL Peyer, Y Bai, M Perez, ...
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (2), e10988, 2019
Revisiting the power pose effect: How robust are the results reported by Carney, Cuddy, and Yap (2010) to data analytic decisions?
M Credé, LA Phillips
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (5), 493-499, 2017
Automatic processes and self-regulation of illness
S Orbell, L Alison Phillips
Health Psychology Review 13 (4), 378-405, 2019
High healthcare utilization near the onset of medically unexplained symptoms
LM McAndrew, LA Phillips, DA Helmer, K Maestro, CC Engel, ...
Journal of psychosomatic research 98, 98-105, 2017
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