Norman P, Epton T, Dadzie A-S, Sheeran P, Harris P, Webb T, Ciravegna F, Julious S, Brennan A, Meier P , Kruger J et al (2013) A theory-based online intervention to promote health behaviour in new university students: One-month follow-up data. PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 28, 132-132.
Booth A, Norman P, Harris P, Goyder E & Campbell M (2013) Using the theory of planned behaviour and self-identity to increase chlamydia testing amongst young people. PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 28, 174-175.
Epton T, Norman P, Sheeran P, Webb T & Harris P (2013) Development of a theory- and empirically-based health behaviour intervention for new university students. PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 28, 91-91.
Norman P & Conner M (2005) The theory of planned behavior and exercise: Evidence for the mediating and moderating roles of planning on intention-behavior relationships. J SPORT EXERCISE PSY, 27(4), 488-504.
Moore T, Norman P & Harris P (2005) Patients' reactions to venous thrombosis: An application of the theory of cognitive adaptation. PSYCHOL HEALTH, 20, 179-180.
Norman P, Clark T & Walker G (2005) The theory of planned behavior, descriptive norms, and the moderating role of group identification. J APPL SOC PSYCHOL, 35(5), 1008-1029.
Grogan S, Conner M, Norman P, Willits D & Porter I (2000) Validation of a questionnaire measuring patient satisfaction with general practitioner services. QUAL HEALTH CARE, 9(4), 210-215.
Conner M, Sheeran P, Norman P & Armitage CJ (2000) Temporal stability as a moderator of relationships in the Theory of Planned Behaviour. BRIT J SOC PSYCHOL, 39, 469-493.
Lowe R, Norman P & Bennett P (2000) Coping, emotion and perceived health following myocardial infarction: Concurrent and predictive associations. BRIT J HEALTH PSYCH, 5, 337-350.
Martin R, Leach DJ, Norman P & Silvester J (2000) The role of attributions in psychological reactions to job relocation. WORK STRESS, 14(4), 347-361.
Norman P, Conner M & Bell R (2000) The Theory of Planned Behaviour and exercise: Evidence for the moderating role of past behaviour. BRIT J HEALTH PSYCH, 5, 249-261.
Brain K, Gray J, Norman P, France E, Anglim C, Barton G, Parsons E, Clarke A, Sweetland H, Tischkowitz M , Myring J et al (2000) Randomized trial of a specialist genetic assessment service for familial breast cancer. J NATL CANCER I, 92(16), 1345-1351.
Brain K, Gray J, Norman P, Parsons E, Clarke A, Rogers C, Mansel R & Harper P (2000) Why do women attend familial breast cancer clinics?. J MED GENET, 37(3), 197-202.
Gray J, Brain K, Norman P, Anglim C, France L, Barton G, Branston L, Parsons E, Clarke A, Sampson J , Roberts E et al (2000) A model protocol evaluating the introduction of genetic assessment for women with a family history of breast cancer. J MED GENET, 37(3), 192-196.
Abraham C, Sheeran P, Norman P, Conner M, de Vries N & Otten W (1999) When good intentions are not enough: Modeling postdecisional cognitive correlates of condom use. J APPL SOC PSYCHOL, 29(12), 2591-2612.
Brain K, Gray J, Norman P, France E, Parsons E, Clarke A, Rogers C, Mansel R & Harper P (1999) Provision of specialist genetic services for familial breast cancer in Wales: findings from the TRACE project. J MED GENET, 36, S65-S65.
Bennett P, Mayfield T, Norman P, Lowe R & Morgan M (1999) Affective and social-cognitive predictors of behavioural change following first myocardial infarction. BRIT J HEALTH PSYCH, 4, 247-256.
Armitage CJ, Conner M & Norman P (1999) Differential effects of mood on information processing: evidence from the theories of reasoned action and planned behaviour. EUR J SOC PSYCHOL, 29(4), 419-433.
Brain K, Norman P, Gray J & Mansel R (1999) Anxiety and adherence to breast self-examination in women with a family history of breast cancer. PSYCHOSOM MED, 61(2), 181-187.
Sheeran P, Norman P & Orbell S (1999) Evidence that intentions based on attitudes better predict behaviour than intentions based on subjective norms. EUR J SOC PSYCHOL, 29(2-3), 403-406.
Norman P (1999) Perceptions of health and illness: Current research and applications.. BRIT J HEALTH PSYCH, 4, 90-91.
Bennett P, Norman P, Murphy S, Moore L & Tudor-Smith C (1998) Beliefs about alcohol, health locus of control, value for health and reported consumption in a representative population sample. HEALTH EDUC RES, 13(1), 25-32.
Conner M & Norman P (1998) Social cognition models in health psychology. PSYCHOL HEALTH, 13(2), 179-185.
Norman P, Bennett P, Smith C & Murphy S (1997) Health locus of control and leisure-time exercise. PERS INDIV DIFFER, 23(5), 769-774.
Bennett P, Norman P, Moore L, Murphy S & TudorSmith C (1997) Health locus of control and value for health in smokers and nonsmokers. HEALTH PSYCHOL, 16(2), 179-182.
Conner M & Norman P (1996) Body weight and shape control: Examining component behaviours. APPETITE, 27(2), 135-150.
Grogan S, Conner M, Norman P & Willits D (1996) Patient satisfaction. BRIT J GEN PRACT, 46(410), 552-552.
Norman P & Conner M (1996) Predicting health-check attendance among prior attenders and nonattenders: The role of prior behavior in the theory of planned behavior. J APPL SOC PSYCHOL, 26(11), 1010-1026.
Norman P & Parker S (1996) The interpretation of change in verbal reports: Implications for health psychology. PSYCHOL HEALTH, 11(2), 301-314.
Norman P (1996) Predicting smoking cessation: Social psychological perspectives. J PSYCHOPHARMACOL, 10(2), 173-173.
NORMAN P & SMITH L (1995) THE THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR AND EXERCISE - AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE ROLE OF PRIOR BEHAVIOR, BEHAVIORAL INTENTIONS AND ATTITUDE VARIABILITY. EUR J SOC PSYCHOL, 25(4), 403-415.
NORMAN P & BONNETT C (1995) MANAGERS INTENTIONS TO BE ASSESSED FOR NATIONAL VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS - AN APPLICATION OF THE THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR. SOC BEHAV PERSONAL, 23(1), 59-67.
CONNER M & NORMAN P (1992) PREDICTING HEALTH SCREENING ATTENDANCE FROM ATTITUDES AND PREVIOUS BEHAVIOR. INT J PSYCHOL, 27(3-4), 618-618.
NORMAN P & FITTER M (1992) OPPORTUNISTIC SCREENING. BRIT J GEN PRACT, 42(355), 80-81.
Norman P, Webb T, Millings A & Pechey L (2018) INCREASING ENGAGEMENT WITH, AND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF, A BRIEF ONLINE INTERVENTION TO REDUCE ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE, Vol. 25 (pp S156-S156)
Lees RT, Brooks AJ, Rowse G, Narula P, Norman P & Lobo AJ (2018) Development and pilot of an index to identify young people with inflammatory bowel disease at risk of psychological morbidity. JOURNAL OF CROHNS & COLITIS, Vol. 12 (pp S78-S78)
Montgomery K, Thompson A, Norman P & Messenger A (2017) THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF MINDFULNESS IN REDUCING DISTRESS IN DERMATOLOGY PATIENTS. ACTA DERMATO-VENEREOLOGICA, Vol. 97(7) (pp 879-879)
Montgomery K, Thompson A, Norman P & Messenger A (2017) A role for mindfulness in psychodermatology? An exploration of the relationships between mindfulness and psychosocial distress in visible skin conditions. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY, Vol. 176(1) (pp E6-E6)
Sharrack N, Randall M, Norman P, Goyder EC & Redgrave J (2014) Persistent barriers to help-seeking for stroke and TIA after a national media campaign (Face, Arm, Speech, Time to Call 999 (FAST)). JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY, Vol. 261 (pp S109-S110)
Sharrack N, Randall M, Norman P, Goyder EC & Redgrave J (2014) Persistent barriers to help seeking for stroke and TIA after a national media campaign (Face, Arm, Speech, Time to Call 999 (FAST)). EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY, Vol. 21 (pp 154-154)
Webster R, Norman P, Goodacre S & Thompson A (2012) Can Illness representations predict psychological morbidity in non-cardiac chest pain patients attending an emergency department?. PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, Vol. 27 (pp 139-139)
Chapman J, Armitage CJ & Norman P (2006) Implementation intentions and fruit and vegetable intake. PSYCHOL HEALTH, Vol. 21 (pp 28-29)
Norman P, Quigley C & Armitage C (2005) Assessing the impact of binge drinker prototypes within the theory of planned behaviour. PSYCHOL HEALTH, Vol. 20 (pp 193-193)