John A. Parkinson

Bangor University, Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom 
Motivation, stimulus-induced behaviour
"John Parkinson"
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Aspden T, Ingledew DK, Parkinson JA. (2015) Effects of motives on reactions to safe sun messages. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 20: 274-86
Parkinson JA, Eccles KE, Goodman A. (2014) Positive impact by design: The Wales Centre for Behaviour Change Journal of Positive Psychology. 9: 517-522
Levant B, Parkinson JA. (2014) Positive emotions and reward: Appetitive systems - Amygdala and striatum Reference Module in Biomedical Research
Norton JE, Fryer PJ, Parkinson JA. (2013) The effect of reduced-fat labelling on chocolate expectations Food Quality and Preference. 28: 101-105
Lawrence NS, Hinton EC, Parkinson JA, et al. (2012) Nucleus accumbens response to food cues predicts subsequent snack consumption in women and increased body mass index in those with reduced self-control. Neuroimage. 63: 415-22
Aspden T, Ingledew DK, Parkinson JA. (2012) Motives and health-related behaviour: incremental prediction by implicit motives. Psychology & Health. 27: 51-71
Peatfield N, Parkinson J, Intriligator J. (2012) Emotion-Based Learning is Biased by Brand Logos Applied Cognitive Psychology. 26: 694-701
Shore DM, Rafal R, Parkinson JA. (2011) Appetitive motivational deficits in individuals with Parkinson's disease. Movement Disorders : Official Journal of the Movement Disorder Society. 26: 1887-92
Aspden T, Ingledew DK, Parkinson JA. (2010) Motives and health-related behaviours: an investigation of equipotentiality and equifinality. Journal of Health Psychology. 15: 467-79
Hinton EC, Isles AR, Williams NM, et al. (2010) Excessive appetitive arousal in Prader-Willi syndrome. Appetite. 54: 225-8
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