Dr Jay Duckworth

School of Psychology

Journal article

O'Reilly CB, Duckworth JJ, Vass V. 2023. Hypomanic Defence: Investigating the relationship between depression, response styles and vulnerability to mania Journal of Affective Disorders Reports, 14 :100625-100625 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Jones RA, Christiansen P, Maloney NG, Duckworth JJ, Hugh-Jones S, Ahern AL, Richards R, Brown A, Flint SW, Robinson E, Bryant S, Halford JCG, Hardman CA. 2022. Perceived weight-related stigma, loneliness, and mental wellbeing during COVID-19 in people with obesity: A cross-sectional study from ten European countries International Journal of Obesity, 46 :2120-2127 DOI Author Url Publisher Url

Duckworth JJ, Randle M, McGale LS, Jones A, Doherty B, Halford JCG, Christiansen P. 2022. Do front-of-pack ‘green labels’ increase sustainable food choice and willingness-to-pay in U.K. consumers? Journal of Cleaner Production, 371 :1-13 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Duckworth JJ, Wright H, Christiansen P, Rose AK, Fallon N. 2022. Sign‐tracking modulates reward‐related neural activation to reward cues, but not reward feedback European Journal of Neuroscience, DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Jones A, Worrall S, Rudin L, Duckworth JJ, Christiansen P. 2021. May I have your attention, please? Methodological and analytical flexibility in the addiction stroop Addiction Research and Theory, 29 :413-426 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Hardman CA, Jones A, Burton S, Duckworth JJ, McGale LS, Mead BR, Roberts CA, Field M, Werthmann J. 2020. Food-related attentional bias and its associations with appetitive motivation and body weight: A systematic review and meta-analysis Appetite, 157 :104986 DOI Author Url Publisher Url

Jones A, Robinson E, Duckworth J, Kersbergen I, Clarke N, Field M. 2018. The effects of exposure to appetitive cues on inhibitory control: A meta-analytic investigation Appetite, 128 :271-282 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Christiansen P, Mansfield R, Duckworth J, Field M, Jones A. 2015. Internal reliability of the alcohol-related visual probe task is increased by utilising personalised stimuli and eye-tracking Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 155 :170-174 DOI Author Url Publisher Url

preprint

Hardman C, Jones A, Burton S, Duckworth J, McGale L, Mead B, Roberts C, Field M, Werthmann J. 2020. Food-related attentional bias and its associations with appetitive motivation and body weight: A systematic review and meta-analysis PsyArXiv DOI Publisher Url

Jones A, Duckworth J, Christiansen P. 2020. May I have your attention, please? Methodological and Analytical Flexibility in the Addiction Stroop PsyArXiv DOI Publisher Url

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