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PUBLICATIONS

IN PRESS/2012

Von Wagner C, Ghanouni A, Halligan S, Smith SG, Power E, Dadswell E, Lilford RJ, Morton D, Atkin W, Wardle J. Patient acceptability and psychological consequences of CT colonography compared with colonoscopy: Results from a multicenter randomized controlled trial of symptomatic patients. Radiology. In press.

Jackowska M, von Wagner C, Wardle J, Juszczyk D, Luszczynska A, Waller J. Cervical screening among migrant women: a qualitative study of Polish, Slovak and Romanian women in London. Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care. In press.

Simon AE, Wardle J, Grimmett C, Power E, Corker E, Menon U, Matheson L, Waller J. Ovarian and cervical awareness: development of two validated measurement tools. Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Healthcare. In press.

Hafeez R, von Wagner C, Smith S, Boulos P, Halligan S, Bloom S, Taylor S. Patient experiences of MR colonography and colonoscopy: a qualitative study. British Journal of Radiology. In press

Waller J, Jackowska M, Marlow L, Wardle J. Exploring age differences in reasons for non-attendance for cervical screening: a qualitative study. BJOG. 2012;119:26-32.

2011

Hafeez R, von Wagner C, Smith S, Boulos P, Halligan S, Bloom S, Taylor S. Patient experiences of MR colonography and colonoscopy: a qualitative study. British Journal of Radiology. Epub 2011 Oct 18. doi: 10.1259/bjr/36231529.

von Wagner C, Good A, Smith S, Wardle J. Responses to procedural information about colorectal screening using FOBt: the role of consideration of future consequences. Health Expectations. Epub 2011 April 19. doi:10.1111/j.1369-7625.2011.00675.x.

Evans RE, Beeken RJ, Steptoe, Wardle J. Cancer information and anxiety: Applying the extended parallel process model. Journal of Health Psychology. Epub 2011 Sep 13. doi: 10.1177/1359105311421046.

Miles A, Rainbow S, von Wagner C. Cancer fatalism and poor self-rated health mediate the association between socioeconomic status and uptake of colorectal cancer screening in England. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention. 2011;20:2132-2140.

Beeken R, Simon AE, Von Wagner C, Whitaker K, Wardle J. Cancer fatalism: deterring early presentation and increasing social inequalities? Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention. 2011;20:2127-2131.

Power E, Simon AE, Juszczyk D, Hiom S, Wardle J. Assessing awareness of colorectal cancer symptoms: measure development and results from a national population survey in the UK. BMC Cancer. 2011;11:366.

Gordon D, Waller J, Marlow L. Attitudes to HPV vaccination among mothers in the British Jewish community: reasons for accepting or declining the vaccine. Vaccine. 2011;29:7350-7356.

von Wagner C, Good A, Whitaker KL, Wardle J. Psychosocial determinants of socioeconomic inequalities in cancer screening participation: A conceptual framework. Epidemiologic Reviews. 2011;33:135-147.

von Wagner C, Baio G, Raine R, Snowball J, Morris S, Atkin W, Obichere A, Handley G, Logan RF, Rainbow S, Smith S, Halloran S, Wardle J. Inequalities in participation in an organised national colorectal cancer screening programme: results from the first 2.6 million invitations in England. International Journal of Epidemiology. 2011;40:712-718.

Whitaker KL, Good A, Miles A, Robb K, Wardle J, von Wagner C. Socioeconomic inequalities in colorectal cancer screening uptake: does time perspective play a role? Health Psychology. 2011;19:771-778.

Grimmett C, Bridgewater J, Steptoe A, Wardle J. Lifestyle and quality of life in colorectal cancer survivors. Quality of Life Research. 2011;20:1237-1245.

Robb KA, Smith SG, Power E, Kralj-Hans I, Vance M, Wardle J, Atkin W. Nurses' experiences of a colorectal cancer screening pilot. British Journal of Nursing. 2011;20(4):210-8.

Szarewski A, Cadman L, Mesher D, Austin J, Ashdown-Barr L, Edwards R, Lyons D, Walker J, Christison J, Frater A, Waller J. HPV self-sampling as an alternative strategy in non-attenders for cervical screening - a randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Cancer. 2011;104:915-20.

von Wagner C, Smith S, Ghanouni A, Power E, Lilford R, Morton D, Dadswell E, Atkin W, Wardle J. Patient acceptability of CT colonography compared with double contract barium enema: Results from a multicentre randomised controlled trial of symptomatic patients. European Radiology. 2011;21:2046-2055.

Sanderson S, Waller J, Humphries S, Wardle J. Public awareness of genetic influence on chronic disease risk: are genetic and lifestyle causal beliefs compatible? Public Health Genomics. 2011;14:290-297.

Marlow LAV. HPV vaccination among ethnic minorities in the UK: knowledge, acceptability and attitudes. British Journal of Cancer. 2011;105:486-92.

Juszczyk D, Simon AE, Waller J, Ramirez AJ, Wardle J. Do the UK public realise that colorectal cancer is a common cancer? Colorectal Disease. 2011;13:227-8.

Simon AE, Wardle J, Miles A. Is it time to change the stereotype of cancer: the expert view. Cancer Causes Control. 2011;22:135-40.

von Wagner C. A decision aid to support informed choice about bowel cancer screening in people with low educational level improves knowledge but reduces screening uptake. Evidence Based Nursing. 2011;14:36-7.

Williams K, Forster A, Marlow L, Waller J. Attitudes towards human papillomavirus vaccination: a qualitative study of vaccinated and unvaccinated girls aged 17-18 years. Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care. 2011;37:22-5.

Wikman A, Wardle J, Steptoe A. Quality of life and affective well-being in middle-aged and older people with chronic medical illnesses: a cross-sectional population based study. PLoS One. 2011;6(4):e18952.

2010

Atkin WS, Edwards R, Kralj-Hans I, Wooldrage K, Hart AR, Northover JMA, Parkin DM, Wardle J, Duffy SW, Cuzick J, UK Flexible Sigmoidoscopy Trial Investigators. Once-only flexible sigmoidoscopy screening in prevention of colorectal cancer: a multicentred randomised controlled trial. Lancet. 2010;375:1624-33.

Evans REC, Simon AE, Wardle J. Public perceptions of the harms and benefits of testicular cancer education: a qualitative study. Cancer Epidemiology. 2010;34:212-19.

Forster AS, Marlow L, Waller J. Adolescents' beliefs about their parents' human papillomavirus vaccination decisions. BJOG. 2010;117:229-33.

Forster AS, Marlow LAV, Wardle J, Stephenson J, Waller J. Understanding adolescents' intentions to have the HPV vaccine. Vaccine. 2010;28:1673-6.

Forster AS, Wardle J, Stephenson J, Waller J. Passport to promiscuity or life saver: press coverage of HPV vaccination and risky sexual behavior. Journal of Health Communication. 2010;15:205-17.

Linsell L, Forbes LJ, Patnick J, Wardle J, Austoker J, Ramirez AJ. Women's preferences for the delivery of the National Health Service Breast Screening Programme: a cross-sectional survey. Journal of Medical Screening. 2010;17:176-80.

Krupp K, Marlow LAV, Kielmann K, Doddaiah N, Mysore S, Reingold AL, Madhivanan P. Factors associated with intention-to-recommend Human Papillomavirus vaccination among physicians in Mysore, India. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2010;46:379-84.

Marlow L, Waller J, Wardle J. Variation in blame attributions across different cancer types. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention. 2010;19:1799-805.

Miles A, Redeker C, Pouli N. Beliefs about the level of smoking, alcohol intake and body mass index required to increase cancer risk. Preventive Medicine. 2010;51:340-1.

Miles A, Simon AE, Wardle J. Answering patient questions about the role lifestyle factors play in cancer onset and recurrence: what do health care professionals say? Journal of Health Psychology. 2010;15:291-8.

Ranchor AV, Wardle J, Steptoe A, Henselmans I, Ormel J, Sanderman R. The adaptive role of perceived control before and after cancer diagnosis: A prospective study. Social Science & Medicine. 2010;70:1825-31.

Robb KA, Power E, Kralj-Hans I, Atkin WS, Wardle J. The impact of individually-tailored lifestyle advice in the colorectal cancer screening context: A randomised pilot study in North-West London. Preventive Medicine. 2010;51:505-8.

Robb KA, Power E, Kralj-Hans I, Edwards R, Vance M, Atkin WS, Wardle J. Flexible sigmoidoscopy screening for colorectal cancer: Uptake in a population-based pilot programme. Journal of Medical Screening. 2010;17:75-8.

Robb K, Wardle J, Stubbings S, Ramirez A, Austoker J, Macleod U, Hiom S, Waller J. Ethnic disparities in knowledge of cancer screening programmes in the UK. Journal of Medical Screening. 2010;17:125-31.

Simon AE, Waller J, Robb K, Wardle J. Patient delay in presentation of possible cancer symptoms: the contribution of knowledge and attitudes in a UK population. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention. 2010;19:2272-7.

Smith S, Wolf M, von Wagner C. Socioeconomic status, statistical confidence and patient-provider communication: An analysis of the Health Information Trends Survey (Hints 2007). Journal of Health Communication. 2010;15 Suppl 3:169-85.

von Wagner C, Semmler C, Power E, Good A. What matters when deciding whether to participate in colorectal cancer screening? The moderating role of time perspective. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research. 2010;15:20-30.

Wardle J, Atkin W. Colorectal cancer prevention through screening: population acceptance of flexible sigmoidoscopy. Journal of Medical Screening. 2010;17:56-7.

Marlow L, Waller J, Wardle J. Screening and early detection of cancer: a population perspective. In: Steptoe A, editor. Handbook of Behavioral Medicine: Methods and Applications. Springer, London: Springer; 2010. p. 365-82.

Sanderson S, Waller J, Humphries S, Wardle J. Public awareness of genetic influence on chronic disease risk: are genetic and lifestyle causal beliefs compatible? Public Health Genomics. 2010; 14, 290-7

2009

Ancker JS, Carpenter KM, Greene P, Hoffmann R, Kukafka R, Marlow LAV, Prigerson HG, Quillin JM. Peer-to-peer communication, cancer prevention, and the internet. Journal of Health Communication. 2009;14 Suppl 1:38-46.

Austin KL, Power E, Solarin I, Atkin WS, Wardle J, Robb KA. Perceived barriers to flexible sigmoidoscopy screening for colorectal cancer among UK ethnic minority groups: a qualitative study. Journal of Medical Screening. 2009;16:174-9.

Austoker J, Bankhead C, Forbes LJ, Atkins L, Martin F, Robb K, Wardle J, Ramirez AJ. Interventions to promote cancer awareness and early presentation: a systematic review. British Journal of Cancer. 2009;101:S31-9.

Diefenbach M, Turner G, Carpenter KM, Sheldon L, Mustian K, Gerend MA, Rini C, von Wagner C, Gritz ER, McQueen A, Prayor-Patterson HM, Miller S. Cancer and Patient-Physician Communication. Journal of Health Communication. 2009;14 Suppl 1:57-65.

Grant N, Wardle J, Steptoe A. The relationship between life satisfaction and health behavior: A cross-cultural analysis of young adults. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 2009;16:259-68.

Grimmett C, Wardle J, Steptoe A. Health behaviours in older cancer survivors in the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. European Journal of Cancer. 2009;45:2180-6.

Hannon P, Lloyd G, Viswanath K, Smith T, Basen-Engquist K, Vernon S, Turner G, Hesse B, Crammer C, von Wagner C; Backinger C. Mass Media and Marketing Communication Promoting Primary and Secondary Cancer Prevention. Journal of Health Communication. 2009;14:30-7.

Lloyd GP, Marlow LAV, Waller J, Miles A, Wardle J. An experimental investigation of the emotional and motivational impact of HPV information in adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2009;45:532-4.

Madhivanan P, Krupp K, Yashodha MN, Marlow L, Klausner JD, Reingold AL. Attitudes toward HPV vaccination among parents of adolescent girls in Mysore, India. Vaccine. 2009;27:5203-8.

Marlow LAV, Forster AS, Waller J, Wardle J. Mothers' and adolescents' beliefs about risk compensation following HPV vaccination. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2009;44:446-51.

Marlow LAV, Waller J, Evans R, Wardle J. Predictors of interest in HPV vaccination: a study of British Adolescents. Vaccine. 2009;27:2483-8.

Marlow LAV, Waller J, Wardle J. The impact of HPV information on perceived risk of cervical cancer. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention. 2009;18:373-6.

Marlow LAV, Wardle J, Forster A, Waller J. Ethnic differences in HPV awareness and vaccine acceptability. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2009;63:1010-5.

Marlow LAV, Wardle J, Grant N, Waller J. Human papillomavirus (HPV) information needs: a theoretical framework. Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care. 2009;35:29-33.

Marlow LAV, Wardle J, Waller J. Attitudes to HPV vaccination among ethnic minority mothers in the UK: An exploratory qualitative study. Human Vaccines. 2009;5:105-10.

Miles A, Atkin W, Kralj-Hans I, Wardle J. The psychological impact of being offered surveillance colonoscopy following attendance at colorectal screening using flexible sigmoidoscopy. Journal of Medical Screening. 2009;16:124-30.

Miles A, Voorwinden S, Mathews A, Hoppitt LC, Wardle J. Cancer fear and the interpretation of ambiguous information related to cancer. Cognition and Emotion. 2009;23:701-13.

Power E, Miles A, von Wagner C, Robb K, Wardle J. Uptake of colorectal cancer screening: System, provider and individual factors and strategies to improve participation. Future Oncology. 2009;5:1371-88.

Redeker C, Wardle J, Wilder D, Hiom S, Miles A. (2009). The launch of Cancer Research UK's 'Reduce the Risk' campaign: Baseline measurements of public awareness of cancer risk factors in 2004. European Journal of Cancer. 2009;45:827-36.

Robb K, Simon AE, Wardle J. Socioeconomic disparities in optimism and pessimism. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 2009;16:331-8.

Robb K, Stubbings S, Ramirez A, Macleod U, Austoker J, Waller J, Hiom S, Wardle J. Public awareness of cancer in Britain: a population-based survey of adults. British Journal of Cancer. 2009;101 Suppl 2:S18-23.

Sanderson SC, Waller J, Jarvis MJ, Humphries SE, Wardle J. Awareness of lifestyle risk factors for cancer and heart disease among adults in the UK. Patient Education and Counseling. 2009;74:221-7.

Shrewsbury VA, Robb KA, Power C, Wardle J. Socioeconomic differences in weight retention, weight-related attitudes and practices in postpartum women. Maternal and Child Health Journal. 2009;13:231-40.

Simon AE, Thompson MR, Flashman K, Wardle J. Disease stage and psychosocial outcomes in colorectal cancer. Colorectal Disease. 2009;11:19-25.

Steptoe A, Dockray S, Wardle J. Positive affect and psychobiological processes relevant to health. Journal of Personality. 2009;77:1747-76.

Steptoe A, van Jaarsveld CH, Semmler C, Plomin R, Wardle J. Heritability of daytime cortisol levels and cortisol reactivity in children. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2009;34:273-80.

Stubbings S, Robb K, Waller J, Ramirez A, Austoker J, Macleod U, Hiom S, Wardle J. Development of a measurement tool to assess public awareness of cancer. British Journal of Cancer. 2009;101:S13-7.

Szarewski A, Cadman L, Ashdown-Barr L, Waller J. (2009). Exploring the acceptability of two self-sampling devices for HPV testing in the cervical screening context: a qualitative study of Muslim women in London. Journal of Medical Screening. 2009;16:193-8.

von Wagner C, Good A, Wright D, Rachet B, Obichere A, Bloom S, Wardle J. (2009). Inequalities in colorectal cancer screening participation in London in the first round of the national screening programme. British Journal of Cancer. 2009;101 Suppl 2:S60-3.

von Wagner C, Halligan S, Atkin W, Lilford R, Morton D, Wardle J. Choosing between CT colonography and colonoscopy in the diagnostic context: a qualitative study of influences on patient preference. Health Expectations. 2009;12:18-26.

von Wagner C, Knight K, Halligan S, Atkin W, Lilford R, Morton D, Wardle J. Patient experiences of colonoscopy, barium enema and CT colonography: A qualitative study. British Journal of Radiology. 2009;82:13-9.

von Wagner C, Semmler C, Good A, Wardle J. Health literacy and self-efficacy for participating in colorectal cancer screening: the role of information processing. Patient Education and Counseling. 2009;75:352-7.

von Wagner C, Wolf M, Steptoe A, Wardle J. Health literacy and health actions: a review and a framework from health psychology. Health Education and Behavior. 2009;36:860-77.

Waller J, Bartoszek M, Marlow L, Wardle J. Barriers to cervical cancer screening attendance in England: a population-based survey. Journal of Medical Screening. 2009;16:199-204.

Waller J, Marlow LAV, Wardle J. Anticipated shame and worry following an abnormal Pap test result: the impact of information about HPV. Preventive Medicine. 2009;48:415-9.

Waller J, Robb K, Stubbings S, Ramirez A, Macleod U, Austoker J, Hiom S, Wardle J. Awareness of cancer symptoms and anticipated help-seeking among ethnic minority groups in England. British Journal of Cancer. 2009;101 Suppl 2:S24-30.

2008

Chida Y, Hamer M, Wardle J, Steptoe A. Do stress-related psychosocial factors contribute to cancer incidence and survival? Nature Clinical Practice Oncology. 2008;5:466-75.

Marlow LAV, Waller J, Wardle J. Socio-demographic predictors of HPV testing and vaccination acceptability: results from a population-representative sample of British women. Journal of Medical Screening. 2008;15:91-6.

Miles A, Voorwinden S, Chapman S, Wardle J. Psychologic predictors of cancer information avoidance among older adults: the role of cancer fear and fatalism. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention. 2008;17:1872-9.

Miller SM, Bowen DJ, Lyle J, Clark M, Mohr D, Wardle J, Ceballos R, Emmons K, Gritz E, Marlow L. Primary Prevention, Aging, and Cancer: Overview and Future Perspectives. Cancer. 2008;113 Suppl 12:3484-92.

Power E, van Jaarsveld CHM, McCaffery K, Miles A, Atkin W, Wardle J. Understanding intentions and action in colorectal cancer screening. Annals of Behavioural Medicine. 2008;35:285-94.

Robb KA, Miles A, Campbell J, Evans P, Wardle J. Impact of risk information on perceived colorectal cancer risk: A randomized trial. Journal of Health Psychology. 2008;13:744-53.

Robb KA, Power E, Atkin W, Wardle J. Ethnic differences in participation in flexible sigmoidoscopy screening in the UK. Journal of Medical Screening. 2008;15:130-6.

Robb KA, Solarin I, Power E, Atkin W, Wardle J. Attitudes to colorectal cancer screening among ethnic minority groups in the UK. BMC Public Health. 2008;8:34.

Sanderson CA, Humphries SE, Hubbart C, Hughes E, Jarvis MJ, Wardle J. Psychological and behavioral impact of genetic testing smokers for lung cancer risk: a phase II exploratory trial. Journal of Health Psychology. 2008;13:481-94.

Sanderson SC, Wardle J. Associations between anticipated reactions to genetic test results and interest in genetic testing: will self-selection reduce the potential for harm? Genetic Testing. 2008;12:59-66.

Sanderson SC, Wardle J, Humphries SE. Public health genomics and genetic test evaluation: The challenge of conducting behavioural research on the utility of lifestyle-genetic tests. Journal of Nutrigenetics & Nutrigenomics. 2008;1:224-31.

Sheinfield Gorin S, Gauthier J, Hay J, Miles A, Wardle J. Cancer screening and aging: research barriers and opportunities. Cancer. 2008;113 Suppl 12:3493-504.

Simon AE, Wardle J. Socioeconomic disparities in psychosocial wellbeing in cancer patients. European Journal of Cancer. 2008;44:572-8.

Steptoe A, O'Donnell K, Marmot M, Wardle J. Positive affect and psychosocial processes related to health. British Journal of Psychology. 2008;99:211-27.

Steptoe A, O'Donnell K, Marmot M, Wardle J. Positive affect, psychological well-being, and good sleep. Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 2008;64:409-15.

Waller J, Wardle J. HPV vaccination in the UK. British Medical Journal. 336: 1028-9.

Miles A, Waller J, Wardle J. Psychological Consequences of Cancer Screening. In: Miller SM, Bowen DJ, Croyle RT, Rowland J, editors. Handbook of Cancer Control and Behavioral Science: A Resource for Researchers, Practitioners, and Policymakers. Washington DC: American Psychological Association; 2008. p. 279-301.

2007

Brotherstone H, Vance M, Edwards R, Miles A, Robb KA, Evans REC, Wardle J, Atkin W. Uptake of population-based flexible sigmoidoscopy screening for colorectal cancer: a nurse-led feasibility study. Journal of Medical Screening. 2007;14:76-80.

Burling D, Halligan S, Atchley J, Dhingsar R, Guest P, Hayward S, Higginson A, Jobling C, Kay C, Lilford R, Maskell G, McCafferty I, McGregor J, Morton D, Kumar Neelala M, Noakes M, Philips A, Riley P, Taylor A, Bassett P, Wardle J, Atkin W, Taylor SA. CT colonography: interpretative performance in a non-academic environment. Clinical Radiology. 2007;62:424-9.

Halligan S, Lilford RJ, Wardle J, Morton D, Rogers P, Wooldrage K, Edwards R, Kanani R, Shah U, Atkin W. Design of multicentre randomized trial to evaluate CT colonography versus colonoscopy or barium enema for diagnosis of colonic cancer in older symptomatic patients: The SIGGAR study. Trials. 2007;8:32.

Marlow LAV, Waller J, Wardle J. Parental attitudes to pre-pubertal HPV vaccination. Vaccine. 2007;25:1945-52.

Marlow LAV, Waller J, Wardle J. Public awareness that HPV is a risk factor for cervical cancer. British Journal of Cancer. 2007;97:691-4.

Marlow LAV, Waller J, Wardle J. Trust and experience as predictors of HPV vaccine acceptance. Human Vaccines. 2007;3:171-5.

Robb KA, Miles A, Wardle J. Perceived risk of colorectal cancer: sources of risk judgements. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention. 2007;16:694-702.

Szarewski A, Cadman L, Mallett S, Austin J, Londesborough P, Waller J, Wardle J, Altman DG, Cuzick J. Human papillomavirus testing by self-sampling: assessment of accuracy in an unsupervised clinical setting. Journal of Medical Screening. 2007;14:34-42.

van Jaarsveld CHM, Miles A, Wardle J. Pathways from deprivation to health differed between individual and neighbourhood-based indices. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 2007;60:712-9.

von Wagner C, Knight K, Steptoe A, Wardle J. Functional health literacy and health promoting behaviour in a national sample of British adults. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2007;61:1086-90.

Waller J, Marlow L, Wardle J. The association between knowledge of HPV and feelings of stigma, shame and anxiety. Sexually Transmitted Infections. 2007;83:155-9.

Waller J, McCaffery K, Kitchener H, Nazroo J, Wardle J. Women's experiences of participation in repeated testing for human papillomavirus (HPV) in the context of cervical cancer screening: a qualitative study. Psycho-Oncology. 2007;16:196-204.

Miles A. Screening in healthcare: general issues. In: Ayers S, Baum A, McManus C, Newman S, Wallston K, Weinman J, West R, editors. Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine (2nd Edition). Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press; 2007. p. 490-5.

Simon AE, Robb K. Cancer: breast. In: Ayers S, Baum A, McManus C, Newman S, Wallston K,Weinman J, West R, editors. Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine (2nd Edition). Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press; 2007. p. 577-80.

Simon AE, Palmer SC, Coyne JC. Cancer and Depression. In: Steptoe A, editor. Depression and Physical Illness. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2007. p. 211-37.

2006

Brotherstone H, Miles A, Robb KA, Atkin W, Wardle J. The impact of illustrations on public understanding of the aim of cancer screening. Patient Education and Counselling. 2006;63:328-335.

Cuzick J, Mayrand MH, Ronco G, Snijders P, Wardle J. New dimensions in cervical cancer screening. Vaccine. 2006;24 Suppl 3:90-7.

Dantzer C, Wardle J, Fuller R, Pampalone SZ, Steptoe A. International study of heavy drinking: attitudes and sociodemographic factors in university students. Journal of American College Health. 2006;55(2):83-9. Erratum in: Journal of American College Health. 2007;55(4):245.

Evans REC, Steptoe A, Wardle J. Testicular self-examination: change in rates of practice in European university students, from 13 countries, over a ten year period. Journal of Men's Health and Gender. 2006;3:368-72.

McCaffery K, Waller J, Nazroo J, Wardle J. Social and psychological impact of HPV testing in cervical screening: a qualitative study. Sexually Transmitted Infections. 2006; 82:169-74.

Miles A, Wardle J. Adverse psychological outcomes in colorectal cancer screening: Does health anxiety play a role? Behaviour Research and Therapy. 2006;44:1117-27.

Peacey V, Steptoe A, Davdsdottir S, Baban A and Wardle J. (2006). Low levels of breast cancer awareness in young women: An international survey. European Journal of Cancer. 2006;42:2585-9.

Peacey V, Steptoe A, Sanderman R, Wardle J. Ten year changes in sun protection behaviors and beliefs of young adults in thirteen European countries. Preventive Medicine. 2006;43:460-5.

Robb KA, Miles A, Campbell J, Evans P, Wardle J. Can cancer risk information raise awareness without increasing anxiety? A randomized trial. Preventive Medicine. 2006;43:187-90.

Steptoe A, Peacey V, Wardle J. Sleep duration and health in young adults. Archives of Internal Medicine. 2006;166(16):1689-92.

van Jaarsveld CHM, Miles A, Edwards R and Wardle J. Marriage and cancer prevention: does marital status and inviting both spouses together influence colorectal screening participation? Journal of Medical Screening. 2006;13:172-6.

Waller J, Marlow LAV, Wardle J. Mothers' attitudes towards preventing cervical cancer through human papillomavirus vaccination: a qualitative study. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention. 2006;15:1257-61.

Waller J, McCaffery K, Forrest S, Szarewski A, Cadman L, Austin J, Wardle J. Acceptability of unsupervised HPV self-sampling using written instructions. Journal of Medical Screening. 2006;13:208-13.

2005

Steptoe A and Wardle J. Positive affect and biological function in everyday life. Neurobiology of Aging 2005; 26:108-112. Sanderson SC, Wardle J and Michie S. The effects of a genetic information leaflet on public attitudes towards genetic testing. Public Understanding of Science 2005; 14:213-224.

Evans REC, Brotherstone H, Miles A and Wardle J. Gender differences in early detection of cancer. Journal of Men's Health and Gender 2005; 2:209-217.

Sanderson SC and Wardle J. Will genetic testing for complex diseases increase motivation to quit smoking? Anticipated responses in a survey of smokers. Health Education and Behaviour 2005; 32:640-53.

Steptoe A, Wardle J and Marmot M. Positive affect and health-related neuroendocrine, cardiovascular and inflammatory processes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2005; 102:6508-6512.

Hiatt R, Wardle J, Vernon S, Austoker J, Bistanti L, Fox S, Gnauck R, Iverson D, Mandelson M, Reading D and Smith R. Workshop IV: public education. UICC International workshop on facilitating screening for screening for colorectal cancer, Oslo, Norway (29 and 30 June 2002). Annals of Oncology 2005; 16:38-41.

Waller J, McCaffery K, Nazroo J and Wardle J. Making sense of information about HPV in cervical screening: a qualitative study. British Journal of Cancer 2005; 92:265-270.

Simon AE, Steptoe A and Wardle J. Socioeconomic status differences in coping with a stressful medical procedure. Psychosomatic Medicine 2005; 67:270-276.

Wardle J, Miles A and Atkin W. Gender differences in utilization of colorectal cancer screening. Journal of Medical Screening 2005; 12:20-27.

2004

Robb KA, Miles A and Wardle J. Subjective and objective risk of colorectal cancer. Cancer Causes and Control 2004; 15:21-25.

Miles A, Cockburn J, Smith RA and Wardle J. A perspective from countries using organized screening programs. Cancer 2004; 101:1201-1213.

Forrest S, McCaffery KJ, Waller J, Desai M, Szarewski A, Cadman L and Wardle J. Attitudes to self-sampling for HPV among Indian, Pakistani, African-Caribbean and white British women in Manchester, UK. Journal of Medical Screening 2004; 11:85-88.

Wardle J, McCaffery K, Nadel M and Atkin W. Socioeconomic differences in cancer screening participation: comparing cognitive and psychosocial explanations. Social Science and Medicine 2004; 59:249-261.

Sanderson SC, Wardle J, Jarvis MJ and Humphries SE. Public interest in genetic testing for susceptibility to heart disease: a population-based survey in the UK. Preventive Medicine 2004; 39:458-464.

McCaffery K, Waller J, Forrest S, Cadman L, Szarewski A and Wardle J. Testing positive for human papillomavirus in routine cervical screening: examination of psychosocial impact. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2004; 111:1437-1443.

Waller J, McCaffery KJ, Forrest S, and Wardle J. Human papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer: issues for biobehavioral and psychosocial research. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2004; 27:68-79.

Atkin W, Rogers P, Cardwell C, Cook C, Cuzick J, Wardle J and Edwards R. Wide variation in adenoma detection rates at screening flexible sigmoidoscopy. Gastroenterology 2004; 126:1247-1256.

Robb KA, Miles A and Wardle J. Demographic and psychosocial factors associated with perceived risk for colorectal cancer. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 2004; 13:366-372.

Waller J, McCaffery K and Wardle J. Beliefs about the risk factors for cervical cancer in a British population sample. Preventive Medicine 2004; 224:745- 753.

Waller J, McCaffery K and Wardle J. Measuring cancer knowledge: comparing prompted and unprompted recall. British Journal of Psychology 2004; 95:219-234.

2003

Waller J, McCaffery K, Forrest S, Szarewski A, Cadman L and Wardle J. Awareness of human papillomavirus (HPV) among women attending a well-woman clinic. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2003; 79:320-322.

Wardle J, Jarvis MJ, Steggles N, Sutton S, Williamson S, Farrimond H, Cartwright M and Simon AE. Socioeconomic disparities in cancer-risk behaviours in adolescence: baseline results from the health and behaviour in teenagers study (HABITS). Preventive Medicine 2003; 36:721-730.

Wardle J, Williamson S, McCaffery K, Sutton S, Taylor T, Edwards R and Atkin W. Increasing attendance at colorectal cancer screening: testing the efficacy of a mailed, psycho-educational intervention in a community sample of older adults. Health Psychology 2003; 22:99-105.

Miles A, Wardle J and Atkin W. Receiving a screen-detected diagnosis of cancer: the experience of participants in the UK flexible sigmoidoscopy trial. Psycho-Oncology 2003; 12:784-802.

McCaffery K, Forrest S, Waller J, Desai M, Szarewski A and Wardle J. Attitudes towards HPV testing: a qualitative study of beliefs among Indian, Pakistani, African Caribbean and white British women in the UK. British Journal of Cancer 2003; 88:42-46.

Wardle J, Williamson S, Sutton S, Biran A, McCaffery K, Cuzick J and AtkinW. Psychological impact of colorectal cancer screening. Health Psychology 2003; 22:54-59.

McCaffery K, Wardle J and Waller J. Knowledge, attitudes and behavioral intentions in relation to the early detection of colorectal cancer in the UK. Preventive Medicine 2003; 36:525-535.

Miles A, Wardle J, McCaffery K, Williamson S, Atkin W. The effects of colorectal cancer screening on health attitudes and practices. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention 2003; 12:651-655.

2002

Wardle J and Atkin W. Uptake of flexible sigmoidoscopy screening. Lancet 2002; 60:1172-1173. McCaffery KJ, Waller J, Forrest S and Wardle J. Testing for human papillomavirus in women with abnormal pap smear results. JAMA 2002; 288:1350-1354.

Ranchor AV, Sanderman R, Steptoe A, Wardle J, Miedema I and Ormel J. Pre-morbid predictors of psychological adjustment to cancer. Quality of Life Research 2002; 11:101-113.

UK Flexible Sigmoidoscopy Screening Trial Investigators. Single flexible sigmoidoscopy screening to prevent colorectal cancer: baseline findings from a UK multicentre randomised trial. Lancet 2002; 359:1291-1300.

Williamson S and Wardle J. Increasing participation with colorectal cancer screening: the development of a psycho-educational intervention. In D Rutter and L Quine (Eds.) Changing health behaviour: intervention and research with social cognition models. Buckingham: Oxford University Press, 2002.

McCaffery K, Wardle J, Nadel M and Atkin W. Socioeconomic variation in participation in flexible sigmoidoscopy screening for colorectal cancer. Journal of Medical Screening 2002; 9:104-108.

2001

Atkin W, Edwards R, Wardle J, Northover JMA, Sutton S, Hart AR, Williams CB and Cuzick J. Design of a multicentre randomised trial to evaluate flexible sigmoidoscopy in colorectal cancer screening. Journal of Medical Screening 2001; 8:137-144.

Allg÷wer A, Wardle J and Steptoe A. Depressive symptoms, social support and personal health behaviors in young men and women. Health Psychology 2001; 20:223-227.

Steptoe A and Wardle J. Health Behaviour, risk awareness and emotional well-being in students from Eastern Europe and Western Europe. Social Science and Medicine 2001; 53:1621-1630.

Steptoe A and Wardle J. Locus of control and health behaviour revisited: A multivariate analysis of young adults from 18 countries. British Journal of Psychology 2001; 92:659-672.

Wardle J, Waller J, Brunswick N and Jarvis MJ. Awareness of risk factors for cancer among British adults. Public Health 2001; 115:173-174.

Brunswick N, Wardle J and Jarvis MJ. Public awareness of warning signs for cancer in Britain. Cancer Causes and Control 2001; 12:33-37.

McCaffery K, Boril J, Williamson S, Taylor T, Sutton S, Atkin W and Wardle J. Declining the offer of flexible sigmoidoscopy screening for bowel cancer: a qualitative investigation of the decision-making process. Social Science and Medicine 2001; 53:679-691.

2000

Sutton.S, Wardle J, Taylor T, McCaffery K, Williamson S, Edwards R, Cuzick J, Hart A, Northover J and Atkin W. Predictors of attendance in the UK flexible sigmoidoscopy screening trial. Journal of Medical Screening 2000; 7:99-104.

Wardle J, Sutton S, Williamson S, Taylor T, McCaffery K, Cuzick J, Hart A and Atkin W. Psychosocial influences on older adults' interest in participating in bowel cancer screening. Preventive Medicine 2000; 31:323-334.

Atkin WS, Hart A, Edwards R, Cook CF, Wardle J, McIntyre P, Aubrey R, Baron C, Sutton S, Cuzick J, Senapati A and Northover JMA. Single blind, randomised trial of the efficacy and acceptability of oral Picolax vs.self-administered phosphate enema in bowel preparation for flexible sigmoidoscopy screening. British Medical Journal 2000; 320:1504-1509.

Taylor T, Williamson S, Wardle J, Borrill J, Sutton S and Atkin W. Acceptability of flexible sigmoidoscopy screening in older adults in the UK. Journal of Medical Screening 2000; 7:38-45.

Before 2000

Wardle J, Farrell M, Hillsdon M, Jarvis M, Sutton S and Thorogood M. Smoking, drinking, physical activity and screening uptake and health inequalities. In D Gordon, M Shaw, D Dorling and G Davey-Smith (Eds.). Inequalities in Health. 1999, Bristol: Policy Press, 213-239.

Wardle J, Sutton S, Taylor T and Atkin W. Does publicity about cancer screening raise fear of cancer? Randomised trial of the psychological effect of information about cancer screening. British Medical Journal 1999; 319:1037-1038.

Atkin WS, Hart A, Edwards R, McIntyre P, Aubrey R, Wardle J, Sutton S, Cuzick J and Northover JMA. Uptake, yield of neoplasia and adverse effects of flexible sigmoidoscopy screening. Gut 1998; 42:560-565.

Wrightson K and Wardle J. Cultural variation in health locus of control. Ethnicity and Health 1997; 2:13-20. Wardle J. Testicular cancer. Journal of Medical Screening 1996; 3:1. Steptoe A and Wardle J. The European health and behaviour survey: the development of an international study in health psychology. Psychology and Health 1996; 11:49-73.

Steptoe A and Wardle J. Health attitudes and behaviour: an international perspective. In K Pawlik (Ed) Bericht uber den 39. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Psychologie in Hamburg 1994. Hogrefe: Gottingen, 1995, 156-172.

Wardle J, Steptoe A, Smith H, Groll-Knapp E, Koller M, Smith D and Brodziak A. Breast self-examination: attitudes and practices among young women in Europe. European Journal of Cancer Prevention 1995; 4:61-68.

Wardle J. Women at risk of ovarian cancer. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 1995; 17:81-85. Steptoe A, Sanderman R and Wardle J. Stability and changes in health behaviours and health beliefs over a one year period. Psychology and Health 1995; 10:155-169.

Wardle J, Pernet AL, Collins WP and Bourne TH. False positive results in ovarian cancer screening: one year follow-up of psychological status. Psychology and Health 1995; 10:33-40.

Wardle J, Pernet A and Stephens D. Psychological consequences of positive results in cervical cancer screening. Psychology and Health 1995; 10:185-194.

Wardle J, Steptoe A, Burckhardt R, Vogele C, Vila J and Zarczynski Z. Testicular self-examination: attitudes and practices among young men in Europe. Preventive Medicine 1994; 23:206-210.

Steptoe A and Wardle J. What the experts think: A European survey of expert opinion about the influence of lifestyle on health. European Journal of Epidemiology 1994; 10:195-203.

Wardle J, Collins W, Pernet A, Bourne T, Campbell S and Whitehead M. The psychological impact of screening for familial ovarian cancer. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 1993; 85:653-657.

Wardle J and Pope R. The psychological costs of screening for cancer. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 1992; 36:609-624. Pernet AL, Wardle J, Bourne TH, Whitehead MI, Campbell S and Collins WP. A qualitative evaluation of the experience of surgery after false positive results in screening for familial ovarian cancer. Psycho-Oncology 1992; 1:217-233.



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