Samantha L. Thomas mainly investigates Social psychology, Marketing, Public health, Gerontology and Grounded theory. Her Social psychology research integrates issues from Developmental psychology, Mental health, Stigma and Social environment. Samantha L. Thomas has researched Marketing in several fields, including Football, Risk perception and Substance abuse.
Her studies in Football integrate themes in fields like Promotion and Harm. Samantha L. Thomas integrates Public health and Overweight in her studies. Samantha L. Thomas undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Gerontology and Dieting in her work.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Public health, Social psychology, Harm, Thematic analysis and Advertising. Her work deals with themes such as Psychological intervention, Psychiatry, Perception, Public relations and Clinical psychology, which intersect with Public health. Her Perception study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Applied psychology and Health promotion.
Her research investigates the connection with Social psychology and areas like Promotion which intersect with concerns in Football. Her research investigates the connection between Harm and topics such as Health psychology that intersect with problems in Substance abuse and Social policy. Her Advertising research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Meaning and Appeal.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public health, Harm, Thematic analysis, Perception and Public relations. The study incorporates disciplines such as Target market, Psychiatry, Intellectual disability, Applied psychology and Recreation in addition to Public health. The concepts of her Recreation study are interwoven with issues in Social relation, Social psychology, Negotiation and Social identity theory.
Her Harm research includes themes of Psychological intervention and Addiction. Thematic analysis overlaps with fields such as Promotion, Gerontology and Descriptive statistics in her research. Her Perception course of study focuses on Health promotion and Affect, Cultural capital and Social determinants of health.
Her main research concerns Harm, Public health, Thematic analysis, Psychological intervention and Intervention. She combines topics linked to Appeal with her work on Harm. Her study in Appeal is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Promotion, Grandparent and Applied psychology.
Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Thematic analysis and Perception in her work. The various areas that she examines in her Psychological intervention study include Harm reduction and Commission. Other disciplines of study, such as Advertising, Meaning, Descriptive statistics and Regulatory reform, are mixed together with her Qualitative property studies.
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How do obese individuals perceive and respond to the different types of obesity stigma that they encounter in their daily lives? A qualitative study
Sophie Lewis;Samantha Thomas;R Warwick Blood;David Jonathan Castle.
Social Science & Medicine (2011)
Being ‘fat’ in today’s world: a qualitative study of the lived experiences of people with obesity in Australia
Samantha Thomas;Jim Hyde;Asuntha Srimathie Karunaratne;Dilinie Herbert.
Health Expectations (2008)
‘It would be okay if they came through the proper channels’: community perceptions and attitudes toward asylum seekers in Australia
Fiona H McKay;Samantha L Thomas;Susan Kneebone.
Journal of Refugee Studies (2012)
"They all work...when you stick to them": A qualitative investigation of dieting, weight loss, and physical exercise, in obese individuals
Samantha Thomas;Jim Hyde;Asuntha Srimathie Karunaratne;Rick Kausman.
Nutrition Journal (2008)
Displacement and health.
Samantha L Thomas;Stuart David Michael Thomas.
British Medical Bulletin (2004)
The Role of the Fatosphere in Fat Adults’ Responses to Obesity Stigma A Model of Empowerment Without a Focus on Weight Loss
Marissa Dickins;Samantha L Thomas;Bri King;Sophie Lewis.
Qualitative Health Research (2011)
‘Any one of these boat people could be a terrorist for all we know!’ Media representations and public perceptions of ‘boat people’ arrivals in Australia
Fiona H McKay;Samantha L Thomas;R. Warwick Blood.
Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism (2011)
Do military peacekeepers want to talk about their experiences? Perceived psychological support of UK military peacekeepers on return from deployment
N Greenberg;SL Thomas;A Iversen;C Unwin.
Journal of Mental Health (2003)
"I don't eat a hamburger and large chips every day!" A qualitative study of the impact of public health messages about obesity on obese adults
Sophie Lewis;Samantha Thomas;Jim Hyde;David Jonathan Castle.
BMC Public Health (2010)
A Web-Based, Social Networking Physical Activity Intervention for Insufficiently Active Adults Delivered via Facebook App: Randomized Controlled Trial
Carol Maher;Monika Ferguson;Corneel Vandelanotte;Ronald Plotnikoff.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2015)
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