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Autobiographical memory retrieval in asthma: Specificity is enhanced and associated with less bronchoconstriction and more active coping

Conference paper

Alexeeva I. and Martin M., (2019), JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH, 121, 136 - 136

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for irritable bowel syndrome: Reducing symptoms and increasing quality of life

Conference paper

Martin M. et al, (2019), JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH, 121, 147 - 147

Altered attentional control linked to catastrophizing in patients with irritable bowel syndrome.

Journal article

Henrich JF. and Martin M., (2018), Br J Health Psychol

Greater specificity of activity memories in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis: Implications for exercise-based treatment

Journal article

Martin M. and Alexeeva I., (2018), Mental Health and Physical Activity, 14, 19 - 30

Implicit Identification with Illness in Patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Journal article

Henrich JF. et al, (2018), Cognitive Therapy and Research, 1 - 12

Development of a new activity measure: Activity perception in healthy population and in people with chronic illness

Conference paper

Martin M. and Alexeeva I., (2017), EUROPEAN PSYCHIATRY, 41, S796 - S796

How painful is this? Idiosyncrasies of attention in irritable Bowel syndrome

Journal article

Martin M. and Chapman S., (2017), EUROPEAN PSYCHIATRY, 41, S412 - S413

Salivary testosterone levels are unrelated to handedness or cerebral lateralization for language.

Journal article

Papadatou-Pastou M. et al, (2017), Laterality, 22, 123 - 156

Brain & Language

Journal article

Martin M. and Papadatou-Pastou M., (2017), Brain and Language

Attentional bias for health-threat in CFS/ME following depressed mood.

Conference paper

Alexeeva I. and Martin M., (2015), European Health Psychologist

Are asthma patients unrealistically optimistic in the same ways as the healthy?

Journal article

Martin M. and Dawes CNG., (2015), European Health Psychologist

Biased attentional and emotional processing in Irritable Bowel Syndrome. A cross sectional, between subject study.

Journal article

Henrich J. and Martin M., (2015), European Health Psychologist

Integrating pain and self: processing biases for information relating to self, pain and reward.

Journal article

Boehm E. et al, (2015), European Health Psychologist

Are asthma patients unrealistically optimistic in the same ways as the healthy?

Journal article

Martin M. and Dawes CNG., (2014), Can Specific Health-related Memories aid Symptom Management in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME and Asthma?

Can Specific Health-related Memories aid Symptom Management in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME and Asthma?

Conference paper

Alexeeva I. et al, (2014), European Health Psychologist

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