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29.01.1953
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PublikatsioonAutoridAastaVäljaande pealkiriKlassifikaatorFailAsutused
A 6-Month Exercise Intervention Among Inactive and Overweight Favela-Residing Women in Brazil: The Caranguejo Exercise TrialAlves, J. G., Gale, C. R., Mutrie, N., Correia, J. B., & Batty, G. D2009American Journal of Public Health1.1.Tallinna Ülikool
Personal Meanings, Values and Feelings Relating to Physical Activity and Exercise Participation in Female Undergraduates: A Qualitative ExplorationBulley, C., Donaghy, M., Payne, A., & Mutrie, N2009Journal of Health Psychology1.1.Tallinna Ülikool
Post-traumatic growth and life threatening physical illness: A systematic review of the qualitative literatureHefferon, K., Grealy, M., & Mutrie, N2009British Journal of Health Psychology1.1.Tallinna Ülikool
The effect of a 12 week walking intervention on markers of insulin resistance and systemic inflammationGray, S., Baker, G., Wright, A., Fitzimons, C., Mutrie, N., & Nimmo, M2009Preventive medicine1.1.Tallinna Ülikool
Physical activityMutrie, N.2008Encyclopedia of Counseling Psychology3.1.Tallinna Ülikool
Promoting physical activity in primary care: review of evidence and recommendations Scottish Physical Activity Review GroupMutrie, N., Fitzsimons, C., McKay, J., Murray, R., MacLean, J., MacDonald, H., & Wright, A20086.7.Tallinna Ülikool
The importance of both setting and intensity of physical activity in relation to non-clinical anxiety and depressionMutrie, N., & Hannah, M. K.2007International Journal of Health Promotion and Education1.2.Tallinna Ülikool
Benefits of supervised group exercise programme for women being treated for early stage breast cancer: pragmatic randomised controlled trialMutrie, N; Campbell, A. M; Whyte, F; McConnachie, A; Emslie, C; Lee, L; Kearney, N; Walker, A; & Ritchie, D2007British Medical Journal3.1.Tallinna Ülikool
Applied exercise psychology - promoting activity and evaluating outcomesMutrie, N2007Fitness Information Technology3.4.Tallinna Ülikool
Helping patients adhere to exercise and feel good – a guide to exercise psychology for selected patient groupsMutrie, N., & Biddle, S2007In Touch6.6.Tallinna Ülikool