Ashleigh Haynes
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A systematic review of the relationship between weight status perceptions and weight loss attempts, strategies, behaviours and outcomes
A Haynes, I Kersbergen, A Sutin, M Daly, E Robinson
Obesity Reviews 19 (3), 347-363, 2018
The bogus taste test: Validity as a measure of laboratory food intake
E Robinson, A Haynes, CA Hardman, E Kemps, S Higgs, A Jones
Appetite 116, 223-231, 2017
(Over) eating out at major UK restaurant chains: observational study of energy content of main meals
E Robinson, A Jones, V Whitelock, BR Mead, A Haynes
bmj 363, 2018
Self‐perception of overweight and obesity: a review of mental and physical health outcomes
E Robinson, A Haynes, A Sutin, M Daly
Obesity science & practice 6 (5), 552-561, 2020
Inhibitory self-control moderates the effect of changed implicit food evaluations on snack food consumption
A Haynes, E Kemps, R Moffitt
Appetite 90, 114-122, 2015
Does perceived overweight increase risk of depressive symptoms and suicidality beyond objective weight status? A systematic review and meta-analysis
A Haynes, I Kersbergen, A Sutin, M Daly, E Robinson
Clinical psychology review 73, 101753, 2019
Weight perception, weight stigma concerns, and overeating
E Romano, A Haynes, E Robinson
Obesity 26 (8), 1365-1371, 2018
Treatment beliefs and preferences for psychological therapies for weight management
R Moffitt, A Haynes, P Mohr
Journal of clinical psychology 71 (6), 584-596, 2015
Visual perceptions of portion size normality and intended food consumption: A norm range model
A Haynes, CA Hardman, ADJ Makin, JCG Halford, SA Jebb, E Robinson
Food quality and preference 72, 77-85, 2019
Does trait self-control predict weaker desire for unhealthy stimuli? A lab-based study of unhealthy snack intake
A Haynes, E Kemps, R Moffitt
Personality and Individual Differences 89, 69-74, 2016
Resisting temptation of unhealthy food: Interaction between temptation-elicited goal activation and self-control
A Haynes, E Kemps, R Moffitt, P Mohr
Motivation and Emotion 38, 485-495, 2014
Telling people they are overweight: helpful, harmful or beside the point?
E Robinson, A Haynes, AR Sutin, M Daly
International Journal of Obesity 41 (8), 1160-1161, 2017
Reductions to main meal portion sizes reduce daily energy intake regardless of perceived normality of portion size: a 5 day cross-over laboratory experiment
A Haynes, CA Hardman, JCG Halford, SA Jebb, BR Mead, E Robinson
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 17, 1-13, 2020
A bit or a lot on the side? Observational study of the energy content of starters, sides and desserts in major UK restaurant chains
M Muc, A Jones, C Roberts, F Sheen, A Haynes, E Robinson
BMJ open 9 (10), e029679, 2019
The moderating role of state inhibitory control in the effect of evaluative conditioning on temptation and unhealthy snacking
A Haynes, E Kemps, R Moffitt
Physiology & Behavior 152, 135-142, 2015
Point of choice kilocalorie labelling in the UK eating out of home sector: a descriptive study of major chains
E Robinson, S Burton, T Gough, A Jones, A Haynes
BMC Public Health 19, 1-6, 2019
Too depleted to try? Testing the process model of ego depletion in the context of unhealthy snack consumption
A Haynes, E Kemps, R Moffitt
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 8 (3), 386-404, 2016
Out of the lab and into the wild: The influence of portion size on food intake in laboratory vs. real-world settings
T Gough, A Haynes, K Clarke, A Hansell, M Kaimkhani, B Price, A Roberts, ...
Appetite 162, 105160, 2021
Is cake more appealing in the afternoon? Time of day is associated with control over automatic positive responses to unhealthy food
A Haynes, E Kemps, R Moffitt
Food quality and preference 54, 67-74, 2016
Served portion sizes affect later food intake through social consumption norms
S Raghoebar, A Haynes, E Robinson, E Van Kleef, E De Vet
Nutrients 11 (12), 2845, 2019
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