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Professor Martin Hagger

Professor Martin Hagger Professor Martin Hagger

PhD

Position John Curtin Distinguished Professor
Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences
School School of Psychology and Speech Pathology
Campus Bentley Campus
Location 401.318
Phone +618 92662215
Email Martin.Hagger@curtin.edu.au
Twitter twitter.com/MartinHagger

Brief Summary

Personal website: www.martinhagger.com.

Laboratory: Laboratory of Self-Regulation (LaSeR).

Research group: Health Psychology and Behavioural Medicine (HPBM) Research Group.

Overview

I obtained my undergraduate degree and Ph.D. from Loughborough University under the supervision of Prof. Stuart Biddle. My first academic post was in School of Psychology, University of Sheffield as a postdoctoral Research Fellow (Feb 1999 to Feb 2002). I then served as a lecturer in the Department of Psychology, University of Essex (Feb 2002 to Feb 2006) and Reader in Social and Health Psychology in the School of Psychology, University of Nottingham (Feb 2006 to Apr 2011). I served as Adjunct Professor at Curtin University (Oct 2010 to Apr 2011) and became a full Professor in Psychology at Curtin from April 2011.

I am a research professor with diverse research interests in the areas of health and social psychology. My main focus is the social processes involved in people’s "self-regulation" of social and health behaviour. I am interested in how psychological factors such as attitudes, intentions, self-control, action plans, and motives affect their behaviour and what health professionals can do to change health-related behaviour. My research applies social cognitive and motivational theories to understand and to intervene and change diverse health behaviours such as physical activity, eating a healthy diet, smoking cessation, alcohol reduction, anti-doping behaviours in sport, and medication adherence. I am the Director of the Health Psychology and Behavioural Medicine Research Group at Curtin University. I am also editor-in-chief of Health Psychology Review and Stress and Health and editorial board member of eight other international peer-reviewed journals.

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Memberships, Awards and Training

2013 Awarded title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor

2013 Researcher of the Year for the Faculty of Health Sciences

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Employment History

1999-2001 School of Psychology, University of Sheffield, UK

2001-2006 Department of Psychology, University of Essex, UK

2006-2011 School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, UK

2011-present School of Psychology and Speech Pathology, Curtin University, Australia

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Research Interests

My main research focus is the social processes involved in people's ‘self-regulation' of health behaviour. My research applies social cognitive and motivational theories as the Theory of Planned Behaviour and Self-Determination Theory to understand and to intervene and change diverse health behaviours such as exercise, dieting, binge drinking, anti-doping behaviour in sport and attendance to cancer screening. My principal research collaborator Dr. Nikos Chatzisarantis here at Curtin University. Together we have developed numerous integrated theorie and models including the trans-contextual model and the Integrated Behaviour-Change Model (IBCM). I have research collaborators in China, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Lubembourg, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, USA, and, of course, the UK.

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Specialty Areas

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Chan, D. K. C., Fung, Y.-K., Xing, S., & Hagger, M. S. (in press). Myopia prevention, near work, and visual acuity of college students: Integrating the theory of planned behavior and self-determination theory. Journal of Behavioral Medicine. doi: 10.1007/s10865-013-9494-9

Chan, D. K. C., Hardcastle, S. J., Lentillon-Kaestner, V., Donovan, R., Dimmock, J. A., & Hagger, M. S. (in press). Athletes' beliefs about and attitudes and towards taking banned performance-enhancing substances: A qualitative study. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology.

Cranwell, J., Benford, S., Houghton, R., Golembewksi, M., Fischer, J. F., & Hagger, M. S. (in press). Increasing self-regulatory energy using an Internet-based training application delivered by smartphone technology. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking. doi: 10.1089/cyber.2013.0105

González-Cutre, D., Sicilia, Á., Beas-Jiménez, M., & Hagger, M. S. (in press). Broadening the trans-contextual model of motivation: A study with Spanish adolescents. Scandinavian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, doi: 10.1111/sms.12142

Hagger, M. S., & Chatzisarantis, N. L. D. (in press). An integrated behavior-change model for physical activity. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews.

Hagger, M. S., Keatley, D. A., Chan, D. K. C., Chatzisarantis, N. L. D., Dimmock, J. A., Jackson, B. J., & Ntoumanis, N. (in press). The goose is (half) cooked: A consideration of the mechanisms and interpersonal context is needed to elucidate the effects of personal financial incentives on health behaviour. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. doi: 10.1007/s12529-013-9317-y

Hagger, M. S., & Luszczynska, A. (in press). Implementation intention and action planning Interventions in health contexts: State of the research and proposals for the way forward. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being. doi: 10.1111/aphw.12017

Hagger, M. S., Rentzelas, P., & Chatzisarantis, N. L. D. (in press). Effects of individualist and collectivist group norms and choice on intrinsic motivation. Motivation and Emotion. doi: 10.1007/s11031-013-9373-2

Hagger, M. S., Rentzelas, P., & Koch, S. (in press). Evaluating group member behaviour under individualist and collectivist norms: A cross-cultural comparison. Small Group Research.

Hamilton, K., & Hagger, M. S. (in press). The ‘health’ of health psychology in Australia: Behavioural approaches and interventions. Australian Psychologist.

Hardcastle, S. J., Legge, E., Laundy, C. S., Egan, S. J., French, R., Watts, G. F., & Hagger, M. S. (in press). Patients’ perceptions and experiences of familial hypercholesterolemia, cascade genetic screening and treatment. International Journal of Behavioural Medicine.

Mullan, B., Todd, J., Chatzisarantis, N. L. D., & Hagger, M. S. (in press). Experimental methods in health psychology in Australia: Implications for applied research. Australian Psychologist.

Pannekoek, L., Piek, J. P., Kane, R., & Hagger, M. S. (in press). The children’s perceived locus of causality scale for physical education. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education.

2014

Hagger, M. S. (2014). Avoiding the ‘déjà-variable’ phenomenon: Social psychology needs more guides to constructs. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 52. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00052

Probst, T. M., & Hagger, M. S. (2014). Standing on the shoulders of a giant: A reflection on the past and future of stress and health. Stress and Health, 30, 1-2. doi: 10.1002/smi.2561

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Publications

2014

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Hagger, M., and A. Luszczynska. 2014. “Implementation Intention and Action Planning Interventions in Health Contexts: State of the Research and Proposals for the Way Forward.” Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being 6 (1): 1-47.
  • Mullan, B., J. Todd, N. Chatzisarantis, and M. Hagger. 2014. “Experimental Methods in Health Psychology in Australia: Implications for Applied Research.” Australian Psychologist 49: 104-109.
  • Hamilton, K., and M. Hagger. 2014. “The ‘Health’ of Health Psychology in Australia: Behavioural Approaches and Interventions.” Australian Psychologist 49: 63-65.
  • Cranwell, J., S. Benford, R. J. Houghton, M. Golembewksi, J. E. Fischer, and M. Hagger. 2014. “Increasing Self-Regulatory Energy Using an Internet-Based Training Application Delivered by Smartphone Technology.” CyberPsychology, Behavior and Social Networking 17 (3): 181-186.
  • Keatley, D. A., D. D. Clarke, E. Ferguson, and M. Hagger. 2014. “Effects of pretesting implicit self-determined motivation on behavioral engagement: evidence for the mere measurement effect at the implicit level.” Frontiers in Psychology 5 (125): 1-6.
  • Hagger, M., and N. L. Chatzisarantis. 2014. “It is premature to regard the ego-depletion effect as “Too Incredible”.” Frontiers in Psychology 5: 1-1.
  • Hagger, M., S. J. Hardcastle, A. Chater, C. J. Mallett, S. Pal, and N. Chatzisarantis. 2014. “Autonomous and Controlled Motivational Regulations for Multiple Health-Related Behaviors: Between- and Within-Participants Analyses.” Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine 2 (1): 565-601.
  • Hagger, M., D. A. Keatley, D. K. Chan, N. L. Chatzisarantis, J. A. Dimmock, B. Jackson, and N. Ntoumanis. 2014. “The Goose Is (Half) Cooked: a Consideration of the Mechanisms and Interpersonal Context Is Needed to Elucidate the Effects of Personal Financial Incentives on Health Behaviour.” International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 21: 197-201.
  • Chan, D. K., Y. Fung, S. Xing, and M. Hagger. 2014. “Myopia prevention, near work, and visual acuity of college students: integrating the theory of planned behavior and selfdetermination theory.” Journal of Behavioural Medicine 37: 367-380.
  • Hagger, M., P. Rentzelas, and N. L. Chatzisarantis. 2014. “Effects of individualist and collectivist group norms and choice on intrinsic motivation.” Motivation and Emotion 38: 215-223.
  • Hagger, M., P. Rentzelas, and S. Koch. 2014. “Evaluating Group Member Behaviour Under Individualist and Collectivist Norms: A Cross-Cultural Comparison.” Small Group Research 45 (2): 217-228.

2013

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2012

Journal Articles (Research)

2011

Book Chapters (Research)

  • McLachlan, S., D. Keatley, C. Stiff, and M. Hagger. 2011. “Shame: A self-determination theory perspective.” In Psychology of Neuroticism and Shame, ed. Raymond G. Jackson, 211-224. Hauppauge, NY, USA: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Jacobs, N., M. Hagger, S. Streukens, I. De Bourdeaudhuij, and N. Claes. 2011. “Testing an integrated model of the theory of planned behaviour and self-determination theory for different energy balance-related behaviours and intervention intensities.” British Journal of Health Psychology 16: 113-134.
  • McLachlan, S., C. M. Spray, and M. Hagger. 2011. “The development of a scale measuring integrated regulation in exercise.” British Journal of Health Psychology 16 (4): 722-743.
  • Lindwall, M., P. Larsman, and M. Hagger. 2011. “The reciprocal relationship between physical activity and depression in older European adults: A prospective cross-lagged panel design using SHARE data.” Health Psychology 30: 453-462.
  • Hagger, M., V. Hein, and N. Chatzisarantis. 2011. “Achievement goals, physical self-concept and social physique anxiety in a physical activity context.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 41 (6): 1299-1339.
  • McLachlan, S., and M. Hagger. 2011. “The influence of chronically accessible autonomous and controlling motives on physical activity within an extended theory of planned behavior.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 41 (2): 445-470.
  • Hagger, M., and N. Chatzisarantis. 2011. “Causality orientations moderate the undermining effect of rewards on intrinsic motivation.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47: 485-489.
  • McCormack, L., M. Hagger, and S. Joseph. 2011. “Vicarious Growth in Wives of Vietnam Veterans: A Phenomenological Investigation Into Decades of "Lived" Experience.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 51 (3): 273-290.
  • Lindwall, M., F. H. Asci, A. Palmeira, K. Fox, and M. Hagger. 2011. “The importance of importance in the physical self: Support for the theoretically appealing but empirically elusive model of James.” Journal of Personality 79: 303-333.
  • McLachlan, S., and M. Hagger. 2011. “Do people differentiate between intrinsic and extrinsic goals for physical acitivity?.” Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 33: 273-288.
  • Dahm, T., H. Neshat-Doost, A. Golden, E. Horn, T. Dagleish, and M. Hagger. 2011. “Age shall not weary us: Deleterious effects of self-regulation depletion are specific to younger adults.” PLoS ONE 6 (10): 1-4.
  • Hardcastle, S., and M. Hagger. 2011. “"You Can't Do It on Your Own": Experiences of a motivational interviewing intervention on physical activity and dietary behaviour.” Psychology of Sport and Exercise 12 (3): 314-323.
  • Jõesaar, H., V. Hein, and M. Hagger. 2011. “Peer influence on young athletes’ need satisfaction, intrinsic motivation and persistence in sport: A 12-month prospective study.” Psychology of Sport and Exercise 12: 500-508.
  • Chan, D. K., M. Hagger, and C. M. Spray. 2011. “Treatment motivation for rehabilitation after a sport injury: Application of the trans-contextual model.” Psychology of Sport and Exercise 12: 83-92.
  • Hagger, M., A. Lonsdale, and N. Chatzisarantis. 2011. “Effectiveness of a brief intervention using mental simulations in reducing alcohol consumption in corporate employees.” Psychology, Health & Medicine 16 (4): 375-392.
  • Lindwall, M., H. Asci, and M. Hagger. 2011. “Factorial validity and measurement invariance of the revised Physical Self-Perception Profile (PSPP-R) in three countries.” Psychology, Health & Medicine 16: 115-128.
  • Hagger, M., and N. Chatzisarantis. 2011. “Never the twain shall meet? Quantitative psychological researchers’ perspectives on qualitative research.” Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health 3: 266-277.
  • Hagger, M., A. Stevenson, N. Chatzisarantis, P. Gaspar, J. Ferreira, and J. Rave. 2011. “Physical self-concept and social physique anxiety: Invariance across culture, gender, and age.” Stress and Health 26: 304-329.

2010

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Barkoukis, V., M. Hagger, G. Lambropoulos, and H. Tsorbatzoudis. 2010. “Extending the trans-contextual model in physical education and leisure-time contexts: Examining the role of basic psychological need satisfaction.” British Journal of Educational Psychology 80: 647-670.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., M. Hagger, and J. C. Wang. 2010. “Evaluating the effects of implementation intention and self concordance on behaviour.” British Journal of Psychology 101: 705-718.
  • Hagger, M., C. Wood, C. Stiff, and N. Chatzisarantis. 2010. “Self-regulation and self-control in exercise: The strength-energy model.” International Review of Sport & Exercise Psychology 3: 62-86.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., and M. Hagger. 2010. “Effects of Implementation Intentions Linking Suppression of Alcohol Consumption to Socializing Goals on Alcohol-Related Decisions.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 40: 1618-1634.
  • Hagger, M., N. Chatzisarantis, C. Wood, and C. Stiff. 2010. “Ego Depletion and the Strength Model of Self-Control: A Meta-Analysis.” Psychological Bulletin 136 (4): 495-525.
  • Hagger, M., and A. Stevenson. 2010. “Social physique anxiety and physical self-esteem: Gender and age effects.” Psychology and Health 25: 89-110.
  • McLachlan, S., and M. Hagger. 2010. “Associations between motivational orientations and chronically accessible outcomes in leisure-time physical activity: Are appearance-related outcomes controlling in nature?.” Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 81 (1): 102-107.
  • Koka, A., and M. Hagger. 2010. “Perceived teaching behaviors and self-determined motivation in physical education: A test of self-determination theory.” Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 81: 74-86.
  • Wallhead, T. L., M. Hagger, and D. T. Smith. 2010. “Sport education and extracurricular sport participation: An examination using the trans-contextual model of motivation.” Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 81: 442-455.
  • McLachlan, S., and M. Hagger. 2010. “Effects of an autonomy-supportive intervention on tutor behaviors in a higher education context.” Teaching and Teacher Education 26: 1204-1210.

2009

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Hagger, M., and N. Chatzisarantis. 2009. “Integrating the theory of planned behaviour and self-determination theory in health behaviour: A meta-analysis.” British Journal of Health Psychology 14 (2): 275-302.
  • Henderson, C., S. Orbell, and M. Hagger. 2009. “Illness schema activation and attentional bias to coping procedures.” Health Psychology 28: 101-107.
  • Hagger, M., C. Wood, C. Stiff, and N. Chatzisarantis. 2009. “The strength model of self-regulation failure and health-related behaviour.” Health Psychology Review 3 (2): 208-238.
  • Barkoukis, V., and M. Hagger. 2009. “A test of the trans-contextual model of motivation in Greek high school pupils.” Journal of Sport Behavior 32 (2): 1-23.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., and M. Hagger. 2009. “Effects of an intervention based on Self-Determination Theory on self-reported leisure-time physical activity participation.” Psychology and Health 24: 29-48.
  • Hagger, M., N. Chatzisarantis, V. Hein, I. Soos, I. Karsai, T. Lintunen, and S. Leemans. 2009. “Teacher, peer and parent autonomy support in physical education and leisure-time physical activity: A trans-contextual model of motivation in four nations.” Psychology and Health 24 (6): 689-711.
  • Hagger, M., and N. Chatzisarantis. 2009. “Assumptions in research in sport and exercise psychology.” Psychology of Sport and Exercise 10 (5): 511-519.
  • Wang, J. C., M. Hagger, and W. C. Liu. 2009. “A cross-cultural validation of perceived locus of causality in physical education and sport contexts.” Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 80 (2): 313-325.
  • Hagger, M. 2009. “Personality, individual differences, stress and health.” Stress and Health 25: 381-386.

2008

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Balasubramani, L., S. Orbell, M. Hagger, V. Brown, and J. Tidy. 2008. “Can default rates in colposcopy really be reduced?.” British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 115 (3): 403-408.
  • Pihu, M., V. Hein, A. Koka, and M. Hagger. 2008. “How students’ perceptions of teachers’ autonomy-supportive behaviours affect physical activity behaviour: an application of the trans-contextual model.” European Journal of Sport Science 8 (4): 193-204.
  • Hagger, M., and N. Chatzisarantis. 2008. “Self-determination theory and the psychology of exercise.” International Review of Sport & Exercise Psychology 1: 79-103.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., M. Hagger, and C. Thøgersen-Ntoumani. 2008. “The effects of self-discordance, self-concordance, and implementation intentions on health behavior.” Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research 13 (4): 198-214.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., M. Hagger, and J. C. Wang. 2008. “An experimental test of cognitive dissonance theory in the domain of physical exercise.” Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 20 (1): 97-115.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., and M. Hagger. 2008. “Influences of personality traits and continuation intentions on physical activity participation within the theory of planned behaviour.” Psychology and Health 23: 347-367.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., M. Hagger, and T. Brickell. 2008. “Using the construct of perceived autonomy support to understand social influence in the theory of planned behavior.” Psychology of Sport and Exercise 9 (1): 27-44.

2007

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Balasubramani, L., S. Orbell, M. Hagger, V. Brown, and J. Tidy. 2007. “Do women with high grade CIN prefer a See and Treat option in Colposcopy?.” British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 114: 39-45.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., M. Hagger, and B. Smith. 2007. “Influences of perceived autonomy support on physical activity within the theory of planned behavior.” European Journal of Social Psychology 37: 934-954.
  • Henderson, C., and M. Hagger. 2007. “Does priming a specific illness schema result in an attentional information-processing bias for specific illnesses?.” Health Psychology 26 (2): 165-173.
  • Harris, J., and M. Hagger. 2007. “Do basic psychological needs moderate relationships within the theory of planned behavior?.” Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research 12: 43-64.
  • Hagger, M., N. Chatzisarantis, V. Barkoukis, J. C. Wang, V. Hein, M. Pihu, I. Soos, and I. Karsai. 2007. “Cross-cultural generalizability of the Theory of Planned Behavior among young people in a physical activity context.” Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 29: 1-20.
  • Hein, V., and M. Hagger. 2007. “Global self-esteem, goal achievement orientations, and self-determined behavioural regulations in a physical education setting.” Journal of Sports Sciences 25 (2): 149-159.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., C. M. Frederick, S. Biddle, M. Hagger, and B. Smith. 2007. “Influences of volitional and forced intentions on physical activity and effort within the theory of planned behaviour.” Journal of Sports Sciences 25: 699-709.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., and M. Hagger. 2007. “The moral worth of sport reconsidered: Contributions of recreational sport and competitive sport to life aspirations and psychological well-being.” Journal of Sports Sciences 25 (9): 1047-1056.
  • Hagger, M., M. Anderson, M. Kyriakaki, and S. Darkings. 2007. “Aspects of identity and their influence on intentional behaviour: Comparing effects for three health behaviours.” Personality and Individual Differences 42: 355-367.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., and M. Hagger. 2007. “Mindfulness and the Intention-Behavior Relationship Within the Theory of Planned Behavior.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (5): 663-676.
  • Hagger, M., N. Chatzisarantis, V. Hein, M. Pihu, I. Soos, and I. Karsai. 2007. “The perceived autonomy support scale for exercise settings (PASSES): Development, validity, and cross-cultural invariance in young people.” Psychology of Sport and Exercise 8 (5): 632-653.
  • Hagger, M., F. H. Asci, M. Lindwall, V. Hein, O. Mulazimoglu-Balli, M. Tarrant, Y. Pastor Ruiz, and V. Sell. 2007. “Cross-cultural validity and measurement invariance of the social physique anxiety scale in five European nations.” Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports 17: 703-709.

2006

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Hagger, M., and N. Chatzisarantis. 2006. “Self-identity and the theory of planned behaviour: Between- and within-participants analyses.” British Journal of of Social Psychology 45 (4): 731-757.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., M. Hagger, B. Smith, and L. D. Sage. 2006. “The influences of intrinsic motivation on execution of social behaviour within the theory of planned behaviour.” European Journal of Social Psychology 36: 229-237.
  • Hagger, M. 2006. “Meta-analysis in exercise and sport: Review, recent developments, and recommendations.” European Journal of Sport Science 6: 103-115.
  • Orbell, S., and M. Hagger. 2006. “"When no means no": Can reactance augment the Theory of Planned Behavior?.” Health Psychology 25 (5): 586-594.
  • Orbell, S., M. Hagger, V. Brown, and J. Tidy. 2006. “Comparing two theories of health behavior: A prospective study of non-completion of treatment following cervical cancer screening.” Health Psychology 25 (5): 183-209.
  • Orbell, S., and M. Hagger. 2006. “Temporal framing and the decision to take part in Type 2 diabetes screening: Effects of individual differences on persuasion.” Health Psychology 25: 537-548.
  • Gladwell, V., S. Head, M. Hagger, and R. Beneke. 2006. “Does a program of pilates improve chronic non-specific low back pain?.” Journal of Sport Rehabilitation 15: 338-350.
  • Hagger, M., N. Chatzisarantis, and J. Harris. 2006. “The process by which relative autonomous motivation affects intentional behavior: Comparing effects across dieting and exercise behaviors.” Motivation and Emotion 30 (4): 306-320.
  • Hagger, M., N. Chatzisarantis, and J. Harris. 2006. “From psychological need satisfaction to intentional behavior: Testing a motivational sequence in two behavioral contexts.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (2): 131-148.
  • Hagger, M., and S. Orbell. 2006. “Illness representation and emotion in people with abnormal screening results.” Psychology and Health 21: 183-209.

2005

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Hagger, M., and N. Chatzisarantis. 2005. “First- and higher-order models of attitudes, normative influence, and perceived behavioural control in the theory of planned behaviour.” British Journal of Social Psychology 44 (4): 513-535.
  • Hagger, M., S. Biddle, and J. C. Wang. 2005. “Physical Self-Concept in Adolescence: Generalizability of a Multidimensional, Hierarchical Model Across Gender and Grade.” Educational and Psychological Measurement 65 (2): 297-322.
  • Hagger, M., N. Chatzisarantis, M. Griffin, and J. Thatcher. 2005. “Injury Representations, Coping, Emotions, and Functional Outcomes in Athletes With Sports-Related Injuries: A Test of Self-Regulation Theory.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 35 (11): 2345-2374.
  • Hagger, M., N. Chatzisarantis, V. Barkoukis, J. C. Wang, and J. Baranowski. 2005. “Perceived Autonomy Support in Physical Education and Leisure-Time Physical Activity: A Cross-Cultural Evaluation of the Trans-Contextual Model.” Journal of Educational Psychology 97 (3): 287-301.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., and M. Hagger. 2005. “Effects of a Brief Intervention Based on the Theory of Planned Behavior on Leisure-Time Physical Activity Participation.” Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 27 (4): 470-487.
  • Chatzisarantis, N., M. Hagger, S. Biddle, and B. Smith. 2005. “The stability of the attitude-intention relationship in the context of physical activity.” Journal of Sports Sciences 23: 49-61.
  • Hagger, M., and S. Orbell. 2005. “A confirmatory factor analysis of the revised illness perception questionnaire (IPQ-R) in a cervical screening context.” Psychology and Health 20 (2): 161-173.

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2012

Book Chapters - Other

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

2010

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Hagger, M. 2010. “Current issues and new directions in psychology and health: Physical activity research showcasing theory into practice.” Psychology and Health 25 (1): 1-5.

2009

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Hagger, M. 2009. “Theoretical integration in health psychology: Unifying ideas and complementary explanations.” British Journal of Health Psychology 14 (2): 189-194.

2007

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Hagger, M., and N. Chatzisarantis. 2007. “Advances in self-determination theory research in sport and exercise.” Psychology of Sport and Exercise 8 (5): 597-599.
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