Developmental psychology, Theory of planned behavior, Psychological intervention, Self-efficacy and Social psychology are her primary areas of study. Her work on Young adult is typically connected to Process as part of general Developmental psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her Theory of planned behavior research incorporates elements of Human factors and ergonomics, Suicide prevention and Injury prevention.
Her Self-efficacy research includes elements of Intervention, Oral hygiene and Environmental health. Her Oral hygiene study incorporates themes from Health promotion, Behavior change and Mediation. Her research investigates the connection between Social psychology and topics such as Control that intersect with problems in Social facilitation, Internal-External Control and Test.
Kyra Hamilton mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Theory of planned behavior, Psychological intervention, Social psychology and Intervention. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Structural equation modeling, Habit and Social cognition. In her work, Regret is strongly intertwined with Clinical psychology, which is a subfield of Theory of planned behavior.
Her research investigates the link between Psychological intervention and topics such as Environmental health that cross with problems in Systematic review. Her work investigates the relationship between Intervention and topics such as Randomized controlled trial that intersect with problems in Physical therapy. She focuses mostly in the field of Self-efficacy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Oral hygiene and, in certain cases, Behavior change.
Kyra Hamilton spends much of her time researching Social cognition, Theory of planned behavior, Psychological intervention, Developmental psychology and Structural equation modeling. Her Social cognition study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Habit, Sample, Social cognitive theory and Action. Her Theory of planned behavior study improves the overall literature in Control.
Her Psychological intervention research includes themes of Randomized controlled trial, Association and Clinical psychology. Her study explores the link between Developmental psychology and topics such as Moderation that cross with problems in Health promotion and Test theory. Her Structural equation modeling study combines topics in areas such as Health action process approach, Qualitative research and Social psychology.
Kyra Hamilton focuses on Social cognition, Developmental psychology, Theory of planned behavior, Structural equation modeling and Health action process approach. The concepts of her Social cognition study are interwoven with issues in Habit, Psychological intervention and Action. Her study looks at the relationship between Habit and fields such as Social cognitive theory, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Within one scientific family, Kyra Hamilton focuses on topics pertaining to Clinical psychology under Psychological intervention, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Proactivity. Her work deals with themes such as Test theory, Moderation and Health promotion, which intersect with Developmental psychology. Kyra Hamilton has researched Health action process approach in several fields, including mHealth, Oral health, Oral hygiene and Medical education.
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A randomised controlled trial of a theory-based intervention to improve sun protective behaviour in adolescents ('you can still be HOT in the shade'): study protocol
Anna L Hawkes;Anna L Hawkes;Kyra Hamilton;Katherine M White;Ross McD Young.
BMC Cancer (2012)
Extending the theory of planned behavior: the role of self and social influences in predicting adolescent regular moderate-to-vigorous physical activity.
Kyra Hamilton;Katherine M. White.
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (2008)
Fewer emergency readmissions and better quality of life for older adults at risk of hospital readmission: a randomized controlled trial to determine the effectiveness of a 24-week exercise and telephone follow-up program.
Mary Courtney;Helen Edwards;Anne Chang;Anthony Parker.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2009)
Social-cognitive antecedents of hand washing: Action control bridges the planning-behaviour gap.
Benjamín Reyes Fernández;Nina Knoll;Kyra Hamilton;Ralf Schwarzer.
Psychology & Health (2016)
Investigating key beliefs guiding mothers' dietary decisions for their 2–3 year old
Teagan Spinks;Kyra Hamilton.
Key Beliefs Related to Decisions for Physical Activity Engagement Among First-in-Family Students Transitioning to University
Eloise Cowie;Kyra Hamilton.
Journal of Community Health (2014)
Testing a Model of Physical Activity Among Mothers and Fathers of Young Children: Integrating Self-Determined Motivation, Planning, and the Theory of Planned Behavior
Kyra Hamilton;Stephen Cox;Katherine M. White.
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (2012)
Translating Dental Flossing Intentions into Behavior: a Longitudinal Investigation of the Mediating Effect of Planning and Self-Efficacy on Young Adults
Kyra Hamilton;Mikaela Bonham;Jason Bishara;Jeroen Kroon.
International Journal of Behavioral Medicine (2017)
Parental supervision for their children's toothbrushing: Mediating effects of planning, self‐efficacy, and action control
Kyra Hamilton;Kyra Hamilton;Stephen Cornish;Aaron Kirkpatrick;Jeroen Kroon.
British Journal of Health Psychology (2018)
Applying the integrated trans-contextual model to mathematics activities in the classroom and homework behavior and attainment
Martin S. Hagger;Martin S. Hagger;Martin S. Hagger;Sarwat Sultan;Sarah J. Hardcastle;Johnmarshall Reeve.
Learning and Individual Differences (2016)
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