Helen Aucote


NameHelen Aucote
Job titleSenior Lecturer (Psychology)
Research instituteSchool of Behavioural and Health Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences

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Longitudinal sex differences of externalising and internalising depression symptom trajectories : Implications for assessment of depression in men from an online study
Rice, Simon, Fallon, Barry, Aucote, Helen, Moller-Leimkuhler, AnneMaria, Treeby, Matt and Amminger, G.. (2015) Longitudinal sex differences of externalising and internalising depression symptom trajectories : Implications for assessment of depression in men from an online study. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. 61(3), pp. 236 - 240. https://doi.org/10.1177/0020764014540149

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Co-morbid depression and chronic illness related to coping and physical and mental health status
Benedetto, Mirella, Lindner, Helen, Aucote, Helen, Churcher, Jacqui, McKenzie, Stephen, Croning, Natalie and Jenkins, Erin. (2014) Co-morbid depression and chronic illness related to coping and physical and mental health status. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 19(3), pp. 253 - 262. https://doi.org/10.1080/13548506.2013.803135

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Development and preliminary validation of the male depression risk scale : Furthering the assessment of depression in men
Rice, Simon, Fallon, Barry John, Aucote, Helen and Moller-Leimkuhler, Anne. (2013) Development and preliminary validation of the male depression risk scale : Furthering the assessment of depression in men. Journal of Affective Disorders. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2013.08.013

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Interpretation and misinterpretation of warning signage : Perceptions of rockfalls in a naturalistic setting
Aucote, Helen, Miner, Anthony and Dahlhaus, Peter. (2012) Interpretation and misinterpretation of warning signage : Perceptions of rockfalls in a naturalistic setting. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 17(5), pp. 522 - 529. https://doi.org/10.1080/13548506.2011.644247

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Rockfalls: Predicting high risk behaviours from beliefs
Aucote, Helen, Miner, Anthony and Dahlhaus, Peter. (2010) Rockfalls: Predicting high risk behaviours from beliefs. Disaster Prevention and Management: an international journal. 19(1), pp. 20 - 31. https://doi.org/10.1108/09653561011022117

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Measuring the psychological consequences of breast cancer screening: A confirmatory factor analysis of the psychological consequences questionnaire
Cooper, Andrew and Aucote, Helen. (2009) Measuring the psychological consequences of breast cancer screening: A confirmatory factor analysis of the psychological consequences questionnaire. Quality of Life Research. 18(5), pp. 597 - 604. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11136-009-9472-4

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Changing perception of average person's risk does not suffice to change perception of comparative risk
Aucote, Helen and Gold, Ron. (2008) Changing perception of average person's risk does not suffice to change perception of comparative risk. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 13(4), pp. 461 - 470. https://doi.org/10.1080/13548500701694227

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The behavioural inhibition system and behavioural approach system (bis/bas) scales: Measurement and structural invariance across adults and adolescents
Cooper, Andrew, Gomez, Rapson and Aucote, Helen. (2007) The behavioural inhibition system and behavioural approach system (bis/bas) scales: Measurement and structural invariance across adults and adolescents. Personality and Individual Differences. 43(2), pp. 295 - 305. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2006.11.023

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Non-equivalence of direct and indirect measures of unrealistic optimism
Aucote, Helen and Gold, Ron. (2005) Non-equivalence of direct and indirect measures of unrealistic optimism. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 10(4), pp. 376 - 383. https://doi.org/10.1080/13548500512331315443

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