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Pendrous R, Hochard KD, Hulbert-Williams L & Hulbert-Williams NJ. (2020). Appetitive augmental functions and common physical properties in a pain-tolerance metaphor: An extended replication. Journal of Contextual Behavioural Science, 16, 17-24.

Hulbert-Williams NJ, Norwood S, Gillanders D, Finucane A, Spiller J, Strachan J, Millington S & Swash B (2019). Brief Engagement and Acceptance Coaching for Community and Hospice Settings (the BEACHeS Study): Protocol for the development and pilot testing of an evidence-based psychological intervention to enhance wellbeing and aid transition into palliative care. BMC Pilot & Feasibility Studies. 

Hulbert-Williams NJ, Hulbert-Williams L, Mulcare H & Whelen L (2019). The Psychological Impact of Cancer (PIC) Scale: Development and comparative psychometric testing against the Mini-MAC Scale in the UK and Australian cancer survivors. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology Research & Practice. 

Hulbert-Williams NJ, Pendrous R, Hulbert-Williams L & Swash B (2019). Recruiting cancer survivors into research studies using online methods: a secondary analysis from an international cancer survivorship cohort study. eCancer Medical Science. 

Kent W, Hochard KD & Hulbert-Williams NJ (2019). Perceived stress and professional quality of life in nursing staff: how important is psychological flexibility? Journal of Contextual Behavioural Science. 14, 11-19. 

Ferrari M, Ripamonti CI, Hulbert-Williams NJ & Miccinesi G (2018). Relations between unmet needs, depression and anxiety in non-advanced cancer patients. Tumori.

Lambert S, Girgis A, Belzile E, Hulbert-Williams N, Ciampi A (2018). Beyond using composite measures to analyse the effect of unmet supportive care needs on caregivers’ anxiety and depression. Psycho-Oncology.

Swash B, Thiemann P, Newman R, et al (2018). The role of primary care in providing bereavement support: perspectives from a community sample. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2018;8:A1.

Thiemann P, Newman R, Swash B, et al A novel recruitment method for a study of recently bereaved people in the community. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 8:A11.

Beatty L, Kemp E, Butow P, Girgis A, Schofield P, Turner J, Hulbert-Williams NJ, Levesque J & Koczwara B (2018). A systematic review of psychotherapeutic interventions for women with metastatic breast cancer: context matters. Psycho-Oncology.

Hochard KD, Ashcroft SP, Carrol J, Heym N & Townsend E. (2017). Exploring thematic nightmare content and associated self-harm risk. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior.

Hulbert-Williams L, Hulbert-Williams NJ, Nicholls W, Hochard KD, Williamson S & Poonia J (2017). Ultra-brief non-expert-delivered Acceptance and Commitment Training exercises for food cravings. Journal of Health Psychology.

Swash B, Bramwell R & Hulbert-Williams NJ. (2017). Unmet supportive care needs and psychological distress in haematological cancer survivors: the moderating role of psychological flexibility. Journal of Contextual Behavioural Science

Hulbert-Williams NJ, Plumpton CO, Flowers P, McHugh R, Neal RD Semlyen J & Storey L (2017).  The cancer care experiences of gay, lesbian and bisexual patients: A secondary analysis of data from the UK Cancer Patient Experience Survey. European Journal of Cancer Care.

Nicholls W, Patterson P, MacDonald F & Hulbert-Williams NJ (2017).  Unmet needs in young adults with a parent with chronic illness:  a mixed method investigation and measure development study. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, online first access.  D

Hochard KD, Heym N & Townsend E (2016). Investigating the interaction between sleep symptoms of arousal and acquired capability in predicting suicidality. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, 47 (3), 370-381.

Hochard KD, Heym N & Townsend E (2016). The Behavioral Effects of Frequent Nightmares on Objective Stress Tolerance. Dreaming, 26 (1), 42-49.

Hulbert-Williams L, Hochard K, Hulbert-Williams NJ, Archer R, Nicholls W & Wilson K (2016).  Contextual behavioural coaching: A scientifically coherent model for supporting behaviour change. International Journal of Coaching Psychology, 11(2). 142-154.

Hulbert-Williams NJ & Storey L (2016).  Psychological flexibility correlates with patient-reported outcomes independent of clinical or sociodemographic characteristics.  Supportive Care in Cancer, 24(6), 2513-2521. 

Wakefield C, Butow P, Aaronson N, Hack T, Hulbert-Williams N & Jacobsen P, on behalf of the IPOS Research Committee (2015). Patient-reported depression measures in cancer: A meta-review.  Lancet Psychiatry, 2(7), 635-647.

Hochard KD, Heym N & Townsend E (2015). The unidirectional relationship of nightmares on self-harmful thoughts and behaviors. Dreaming, 25, 44–58.

Hulbert-Williams N, Storey L & Wilson K (2014).   Psychological interventions for patients with cancer:  Psychological flexibility and the potential utility of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.  European Journal of Cancer Care, 24(1), 15-27. 

Hulbert-Williams L, Hastings RP, Mulligan J, Burns L, Day J, Noone SJ, Owen D (2014).  Exposure to life events as a risk factor for psychological problems in adults with intellectual disabilities: a longitudinal design. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 58(1), 48-60.

Swash B, Hulbert-Williams N, & Bramwell R (2014). Unmet psychosocial needs in haematological cancer:  A systematic review.  Supportive Care in Cancer, 22(4), 1131-1141.  

Hulbert-Williams L, Nicholls W, Joy J & Hulbert-Williams N (2013). Initial Validation of the Mindful Eating Scale. Mindfulness.

Nicholls N & Hulbert-Williams L (2013). British English translation of the Food Craving Inventory (FCI-UK). Appetite, 67, 37-43.