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Article

Bird, E., Baker, G., Mutrie, N., Ogilvie, D., Sahlqvist, S. and Powell, J. (2013) Behavior change techniques used to promote walking and cycling: A systematic review. Health Psychology, 32 (8). pp. 829-838. ISSN 0278-6133

Ogilvie, D., Bull, F., Powell, J., Cooper, A., Mutrie, N., Preston, J. and Rutter, H. (2010) An applied ecological framework for evaluating infrastructure to promote walking and cycling: the iConnect study. The American Journal of Public Health (AJPH), 101 (3). pp. 473-481. ISSN 0090-0036

Conference or Workshop Item

Baker, G., Bird, E., Powell, J. and Mutrie, N. (2012) Examining theory and evidence to inform the development of an active commuting intervention: an iConnect case study. In: International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, Sydney, 31st October - 3rd November 2012.

Bird, E., Baker, G., Mutrie, N., Ogilvie, D., Sahlqvist, S. and Powell, J. (2012) Using a reliable taxonomy to code the content of walking and cycling interventions: Challenges and recommendations for future reporting. In: International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, Sydney, 31st October - 3rd November 2012.

Jones, T., Bird, E., Baker, G., Mutrie, N. and Ogilvie, D. (2012) The application of an extended theory of planned behaviour to understand cycling intentions: The UK iConnect study. In: Traffic and Transport Behaviour: Interaction between theory and practice, Groningen, The Netherlands, 29th - 31st August, 2012.

Bird, E., Baker, G., Mutrie, N., Ogilvie, D., Sahlqvist, S. and Powell, J. (2012) Behaviour change techniques used to promote walking and cycling: A systematic review. In: Changing Lives, Changing Society, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK, 28th June, 2012. Bristol, UK: University of the West of England

Bird, E., Baker, G., Powell, J. and Mutrie, N. (2012) A systematic review of behaviour change techniques in walking and cycling interventions: the iConnect study. In: South West Public Health Scientific Conference, Weston-super-Mare, 1st February, 2012.

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