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Sharing data to better understand one of the world’s most significant shared experiences: Data Resource Profile of the longitudinal COVID-19 Psychological Research Consortium (C19PRC) Study (2022)
Journal Article
McBride, O., Butter, S., Hartman, T. K., Murphy, J., Hyland, P., Shevlin, M., …Bentall, R. P. (2022). Sharing data to better understand one of the world’s most significant shared experiences: Data Resource Profile of the longitudinal COVID-19 Psychological Research Consortium (C19PRC) Study. International Journal of Population Data Science, 5(4), https://doi.org/10.23889/ijpds.v5i4.1704

This paper serves to alert IJPDS readers to the availability of a major new longitudinal survey data resource, the COVID-19 Psychological Research Consortium (C19PRC) Study, which is being released for secondary use via the Open Science Framework. Th... Read More about Sharing data to better understand one of the world’s most significant shared experiences: Data Resource Profile of the longitudinal COVID-19 Psychological Research Consortium (C19PRC) Study.

A process evaluation of 'We Can Quit': a community-based smoking cessation intervention targeting women from areas of socio-disadvantage in Ireland (2022)
Journal Article
Darker, C. D., Burke, E., Castello, S., O'Sullivan, K., O'Connell, N., Vance, J., …Hayes, C. B. (in press). A process evaluation of 'We Can Quit': a community-based smoking cessation intervention targeting women from areas of socio-disadvantage in Ireland. BMC Public Health, 22(1), Article 1528. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-022-13957-5

Background: Smoking poses a serious risk of early preventable death and disease especially for women living with socio-economic disadvantage (SED). A smoking cessation programme, ‘We Can Quit’, was developed in Ireland tailored to SED women. This inc... Read More about A process evaluation of 'We Can Quit': a community-based smoking cessation intervention targeting women from areas of socio-disadvantage in Ireland.

The validation of the brief COPE in a Belgian perinatal population (2022)
Journal Article
van Gils, Y., Bleijenbergh, R., Brosens, C., Van den Branden, L., Rimaux, S., & Kuipers, Y. J. (in press). The validation of the brief COPE in a Belgian perinatal population. Maternal and Child Health Journal, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10995-022-03476-5

Introduction: The Brief Coping Orientation to Problems Experienced (Brief-COPE) measures individuals’ coping strategies. There is limited evidence on the psychometric properties of this measure in a perinatal population. The aim of this study is to... Read More about The validation of the brief COPE in a Belgian perinatal population.

Injury inciting activities in male and female football players: a systematic review (2022)
Journal Article
Aiello, F., Impellizzeri, F. M., Brown, S. J., Serner, A., & Mccall, A. (in press). Injury inciting activities in male and female football players: a systematic review. Sports Medicine,

Background A comprehensive examination of the sport-specific activities performed at the time of injury is important to hypothesise injury mechanisms, develop prevention strategies, improve management, and inform future investigations. The aim of th... Read More about Injury inciting activities in male and female football players: a systematic review.

Using photovoice to understand and improve healthy lifestyles of people diagnosed with serious mental illness (2022)
Journal Article
Hughes, L. (in press). Using photovoice to understand and improve healthy lifestyles of people diagnosed with serious mental illness. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12863

Introduction: People diagnosed with serious mental illness (SMI) live 10-20 years less than the general population, due in part to co-existing physical illness linked to lifestyle factors. To inform individualised care plans to promote healthy lifest... Read More about Using photovoice to understand and improve healthy lifestyles of people diagnosed with serious mental illness.

The Impact of COVID-19 on the Justice Voluntary Sector (2022)
Report
Skelton, F., & Haddow, C. (2022). The Impact of COVID-19 on the Justice Voluntary Sector. Criminal Justice Voluntary Sector Forum

Executive summary This report presents findings from two research projects exploring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on third sector justice organisations and workers in Scotland. This work has been funded by the Criminal Justice Voluntary S... Read More about The Impact of COVID-19 on the Justice Voluntary Sector.

Premenstrual Exacerbation of Mental Health Disorders: A Systematic Review of Prospective Studies (2022)
Journal Article
Hughes, L., & Nolan, L. (in press). Premenstrual Exacerbation of Mental Health Disorders: A Systematic Review of Prospective Studies. Archives of Women's Mental Health, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00737-022-01246-4

Purpose: Mental health disorders can be exacerbated during periods of hormonal fluctuation (e.g., pregnancy, menopause) and the risk factors for sensitivity to these fluctuations are similar to those of mental disorders (e.g., trauma). However, the e... Read More about Premenstrual Exacerbation of Mental Health Disorders: A Systematic Review of Prospective Studies.

Developing a woman‐centered, inclusive definition of positive childbirth experiences: A discussion paper (2022)
Journal Article
Leinweber, J., Fontein‐Kuipers, Y., Karlsdottir, S. I., Ekström‐Bergström, A., Nilsson, C., Stramrood, C., & Thomson, G. (in press). Developing a woman‐centered, inclusive definition of positive childbirth experiences: A discussion paper. Birth, https://doi.org/10.1111/birt.12666

Introduction: A positive childbirth experience promotes women’s health, both during and beyond the perinatal period. Understanding what constitutes a positive childbirth experience is thus critical to providing high-quality maternity care. Currently... Read More about Developing a woman‐centered, inclusive definition of positive childbirth experiences: A discussion paper.

The new feeling rules of emotion work in heterosexual couple relationships (2022)
Journal Article
McQueen, F. (in press). The new feeling rules of emotion work in heterosexual couple relationships. Emotions and Society, https://doi.org/10.1332/263169021X16541387415753

This article suggests that new feeling rules of intimacy within heterosexual couple relationships are widely recognised and reflect the contention that an androgynisation of the value of emotion is taking place (Illouz, 2008) whereby men are expected... Read More about The new feeling rules of emotion work in heterosexual couple relationships.

Feasible approaches and implementation challenges to atrial fibrillation screening: A qualitative study of stakeholder views in eleven European countries (2022)
Journal Article
Engler, D., Hanson, C., Desteghe, L., Boriani, G., Diederichsen, S. Z., Freedman, B., …Schnabel, R. (2022). Feasible approaches and implementation challenges to atrial fibrillation screening: A qualitative study of stakeholder views in eleven European countries. BMJ Open, 12(6), Article e059156. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-059156

Objectives: Atrial fibrillation (AF) screening may increase early detection and reduce complications of AF. European, Australian and World Heart Federation guidelines recommend opportunistic screening, despite a current lack of clear evidence support... Read More about Feasible approaches and implementation challenges to atrial fibrillation screening: A qualitative study of stakeholder views in eleven European countries.

Measuring Positive Memories of Home and Family During Childhood: The Development and Initial Validation of the ‘Memories of Home and Family Scale’ (2022)
Journal Article
Shevlin, M., Redican, E., McElroy, E., Ben-Ezra, M., Karatzias, T., & Hyland, P. (in press). Measuring Positive Memories of Home and Family During Childhood: The Development and Initial Validation of the ‘Memories of Home and Family Scale’. Current Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-022-03220-w

Purpose: There are multiple studies illustrating how benevolent childhood experiences (BCEs) are associated with more favorable health outcomes across the life-course, even in the context of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Despite this, few mea... Read More about Measuring Positive Memories of Home and Family During Childhood: The Development and Initial Validation of the ‘Memories of Home and Family Scale’.

Event-Triggered Distributed Data-Driven Iterative Learning Bipartite Formation Control for Unknown Nonlinear Multiagent Systems (2022)
Journal Article
Zhao, H., Yu, H., & Peng, L. (in press). Event-Triggered Distributed Data-Driven Iterative Learning Bipartite Formation Control for Unknown Nonlinear Multiagent Systems. IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, https://doi.org/10.1109/tnnls.2022.3174885

In this study, we investigate the event-triggering time-varying trajectory bipartite formation tracking problem for a class of unknown nonaffine nonlinear discrete-time multiagent systems (MASs). We first obtain an equivalent linear data model with a... Read More about Event-Triggered Distributed Data-Driven Iterative Learning Bipartite Formation Control for Unknown Nonlinear Multiagent Systems.

"The Arcade" at Cheltenham Science Festival (Curator) (2022)
Exhibition / Performance
Kerr, G. (2022). "The Arcade" at Cheltenham Science Festival (Curator). [Exhibition]. Exhibited at Cheltenham Science Festival, Imperial Gardens, Cheltenham. 7 June 2022 - 12 June 2022. (Unpublished)

The game is on – get set for an awesome adventure in The Arcade and put your skills to the test in a series of fun, creative and cryptic challenges. Can you make, break and create? Can you work in a team and spot things others might have missed? If y... Read More about "The Arcade" at Cheltenham Science Festival (Curator).

An examination of athlete self-directed film study viewing times prior to a competitive game (2022)
Report
Laird, P., & Clark, J. (2022). An examination of athlete self-directed film study viewing times prior to a competitive game. BAFCA

This study examined individual player video viewing times prior to a game over the course of a competitive season. Analysis of whether viewing times were directly influenced by the stage in the season, previous results, and recurrence of opponent wer... Read More about An examination of athlete self-directed film study viewing times prior to a competitive game.

Walking and Cycling: latest evidence to support policy-making and practice (2022)
Report
Götschi, T., Davis, A., & Racioppi, F. (2022). Walking and Cycling: latest evidence to support policy-making and practice. Bonn, Germany: WHO Europe

Active travel modes, especially walking and cycling, are now recognized by many as modes that are fully equal to other urban transport modes, integrated in planning frameworks, and adopted as part of the mainstream – not just in trailblazer countries... Read More about Walking and Cycling: latest evidence to support policy-making and practice.

Developing the concept of leaveism: From presenteeism/absence to an emergent and expanding domain of employment? (2022)
Journal Article
Richards, J., Ellis, V., Canduela, J., Pustelnikovaite, T., & Saxena, S. (in press). Developing the concept of leaveism: From presenteeism/absence to an emergent and expanding domain of employment?. Human Resource Management Journal, https://doi.org/10.1111/1748-8583.12452

The changing nature of employment has led to increased awareness of leaveism, a practice involving employees using allocated time off when unwell, taking work home, and picking up work when on annual leave. However, there are theoretical, methodologi... Read More about Developing the concept of leaveism: From presenteeism/absence to an emergent and expanding domain of employment?.