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Atkinson, G., Fullick, S., Grindey, C., Waterhouse, J. and Maclaren, D. (2008) Exercise, energy balance and the shift worker. Sports Medicine, 38 (8). pp. 671-685. ISSN 0112-1642.


Bangsbo, J., Krustrup, P., Duda, J., Hillman, C., Andersen, L. B., Weiss, M., Williams, C. A., Lintunen, T., Greenwood, K., Hansen, P. R., Naylor, Patti-Jean, Ericsson, I., Nielsen, G., Froberg, K., Bugge, A., Lundbye-Jensen, J., Schipperijn, J., Dagkas, S., Agergaard, S., Von Seelen, J., Østergaard, C., Skovgaard, T., Busch, H. and Elbe, Anne-Marie (2016) The Copenhagen Consensus Conference 2016: children, youth, and physical activity in schools and during leisure time. British Journal of Sports Medicine. ISSN 0306-3674.

Beedie, C. (2016) Psychological aspects of personal training. In: Rieger, T., Jones, Ben and Jiménez, A., eds. EuropeActive's Essentials for Personal Trainers. Champaign, Illinois, USA: Human Kinetics. ISBN 9781450423786

Beedie, C., Jimenez, A. and Ligouri, G. (2015) Health behavior: an overview of effects & issues. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. EuropeActive's Essentials of Motivation and Behaviour Change. Nijmegen, The Netherlands: Black Box. ISBN 9789082190427

Beedie, C., Mann, S., Domone, S. and Copeland, R. (2014) Identifying what works for local physical inactivity interventions. Research Report. London: Public Health England.

Beedie, C., Mann, S., Domone, S. and Wade, M. (2016) Combining supervised exercise and physical activity counselling might increase retention to GP exercise referral programmes. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (MSSE), 48 (5S). pp. 79-80. ISSN 0195-9131.

Beedie, C., Mann, S., Whyte, G., Domone, S., Lane, A., Kennedy, L. and Jimenez, A. (2015) Death by effectiveness: exercise as medicine caught in the efficacy trap. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2016 (50). pp. 323-324. ISSN 0306-3674.

Bull, Samuel (2018) Adaptations in cardiac structure and function following high intensity interval training in a physically inactive population. M.Sc. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Clark, A. (2019) Exploring women’s experiences: embodied pathways and influences for exercise participation. Societies, 9 (1). ISSN 2075-4698.

Cottam, C. (2018) The effect of high Intensity interval training (HIIT) upon resting and ambulatory blood pressure in physically inactive males and females. M.Sc. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Day, J. (2017) Physical activity, families and households. In: Piggin, J., Mansfield, L. and Weed, M. E., eds. The Routledge Handbook of Physical Activity Policy and Practice. London: Routledge. ISBN 9781138943087

De Vivo, M. (2017) Predicting and understanding physical activity behaviour during pregnancy: a multiphase investigation. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Eynon, M., O'Donnell, C. and Williams, L. (2016) Gaining qualitative insight into the subjective experiences of adherers to an exercise referral scheme: a thematic analysis. Journal of Health Psychology, 23 (11). pp. 1476-1487. ISSN 1359-1053.


Fullick, S., Morris, C. J., Jones, Helen and Atkinson, G. (2009) Prior exercise lowers blood pressure during simulated night-work with different meal schedules. American Journal of Hypertension, 22 (8). pp. 835-841. ISSN 0895-7061.


Meeusen, R., Pires, F. O., Lutz, K., Cheung, S. S., Perrey, S., Rauch, H. G. L., Micklewright, D., Pinheiro, F., Radel, R., Brisswalter, J., Beedie, C. and Hettinga, F. (2016) Commentaries on viewpoint: a role for the prefrontal cortex in exercise tolerance and termination. Journal of Applied Physiology, 20 (4). pp. 467-469. ISSN 8750-7587.

Mizzi, S. (2016) The influence of seasonal variation on in-shoe temperature and relative humidity during moderate exercise in a Maltese population: implications for diabetic foot ulceration. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Morris, C. J., Fullick, S., Gregson, W., Clarke, N., Doran, D., Maclaren, D. and Atkinson, G. (2010) Paradoxical post-exercise responses of acylated ghrelin and leptin during a simulated night shift. Chronobiology Int. The Journal of Biological & Medical Rhythm Research, 27 (3). pp. 590-605. ISSN 1525-6073.


Overall, S. (2018) Walking, making, thinking. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Quarmby, T. and Dagkas, S. (2013) Locating the place and meaning of physical activity in the lives of young people from low-income, lone-parent families. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 18 (5). pp. 459-474. ISSN 1740-8989.


Van Vuuren-Cassar, G., Petrovic, L. and Skovgaard, T. (2016) Complex health enhancing physical activity challenge: “Understanding the changes of the human body and the impact of nutrition and physical activity on adults (40-59 years)”. [Teaching Resource] (Unpublished)


Walker, Chloe (2015) Women's experiences of physical activity during pregnancy. D.Clin.Psychol. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Weed, M. E. (2016) Evidence for physical activity guidelines as a public health intervention: efficacy, effectiveness and harm – a critical policy sciences approach. Health Psychology and Behavioural Medicine, 4 (1). pp. 56-69. ISSN 2164-2850.

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