2 Theresa M Marteau

Professor of Health Psychology


King's College London
Psychology & Genetics Research Group
Department of Psychology (at Guy's)
Institute of Psychiatry
5th Floor Thomas Guy House
Guy's Campus
London SE1 9RT

Tel.: 020 7188 0192

Fax.: 020 7188 0195


Riskcommunication and Behaviour

° Shaw C, Abrams K and Marteau TM. Psychological impact of predicting individuals’ risk of illness: a systematic review. Soc Sci Med 1999;49:1571-1598.

° Marteau TM, Lerman C. Genetic risk and behaviour change. Br Med J 2001; 322:1056-9.

° Hall S, Weinman J, Marteau TMM. The motivating impact of information informing women of a link between smoking and cervical cancer: the role of coherence. Health Psych: 2004: 23: 4: 419-424.

° Vogt F, Hall S, Marteau TM. General practitioners’ and family physicians’ negative beliefs and attitudes towards discussing smoking cessation with patients: a systematic review. Addiction. 2005; 100: 1423-1431.

° Marteau TM & Weinman JA. Self-regulation and the behavioural response to DNA risk information: A theoretical analysis and framework for current research and future practice. Soc Sci Med 2006; 62: 1360-1368.

° Fanshawe TR, Prevost AT, Roberts JS, Green RC, Armstrong D,
Marteau TM. Explaining behaviour change after genetic testing: the problem of collinearity between test and risk estimates. Genetic Testing 2008; 12: 381-6.

Bron: http://www.iop.kcl.ac.uk/staff/profile/default.aspx?go=10966

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