Dr Afrodita Marcu, CPsychol, AFBPsS, FHEA
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‘Would you eat cultured meat?’: Consumers' reactions and attitude formation in Belgium, Portugal and the United Kingdom
W Verbeke, A Marcu, P Rutsaert, R Gaspar, B Seibt, D Fletcher, J Barnett
Meat science 102, 49-58, 2015
1822015
Cancer survivors’ experience with telehealth: a systematic review and thematic synthesis
A Cox, G Lucas, A Marcu, M Piano, W Grosvenor, F Mold, R Maguire, ...
Journal of Medical internet research 19 (1), e11, 2017
1002017
Analogies, metaphors, and wondering about the future: Lay sense-making around synthetic meat
A Marcu, R Gaspar, P Rutsaert, B Seibt, D Fletcher, W Verbeke, J Barnett
Public Understanding of Science 24 (5), 547-562, 2015
962015
Consumers' confidence, reflections and response strategies following the horsemeat incident
J Barnett, F Begen, S Howes, A Regan, A McConnon, A Marcu, ...
Food Control 59, 721-730, 2016
752016
Exclusion of ethnic groups from the realm of humanity. Prejudice against the Gypsies in Britain and in Romania
A Marcu, X Chryssochoou
Psicologia Politica 30, 41-56, 2005
482005
Frameworks for risk communication and disease management: the case of Lyme disease and countryside users
CP Quine, J Barnett, ADM Dobson, A Marcu, M Marzano, D Moseley, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
402011
Consumers’ avoidance of information on red meat risks: Information exposure effects on attitudes and perceived knowledge
R Gaspar, S Luís, B Seibt, ML Lima, A Marcu, P Rutsaert, D Fletcher, ...
Journal of Risk Research 19 (4), 533-549, 2016
352016
Beyond information seeking: Consumers’ online deliberation about the risks and benefits of red meat
P Rutsaert, J Barnett, R Gaspar, A Marcu, Z Pieniak, B Seibt, ML Lima, ...
Food Quality and Preference 39, 191-201, 2015
332015
Strategies for dismissing dietary risks: insights from user-generated comments online
Á Regan, L Shan, Á McConnon, A Marcu, M Raats, P Wall, J Barnett
Health, Risk & Society, DOI: 10.1080/13698575.201, 2014
302014
Making sense of unfamiliar risks in the countryside: the case of Lyme disease
A Marcu, D Uzzell, J Barnett
Health & place 17 (3), 843-850, 2011
292011
Dilemmatic human–animal boundaries in Britain and Romania: Post‐materialist and materialist dehumanization
A Marcu, E Lyons, P Hegarty
British Journal of Social Psychology 46 (4), 875-893, 2007
282007
Conceptualising responsibility in the aftermath of the horsemeat adulteration incident: an online study with Irish and UK consumers
Á Regan, A Marcu, LC Shan, P Wall, J Barnett, Á McConnon
Health, Risk & Society 17 (2), 149-167, 2015
222015
Public preferences for vaccination and antiviral medicines under different pandemic flu outbreak scenarios
H Rubinstein, A Marcu, L Yardley, S Michie
BMC public health 15 (1), 1-13, 2015
202015
Educational differences in likelihood of attributing breast symptoms to cancer: a vignette‐based study
A Marcu, G Lyratzopoulos, G Black, P Vedsted, KL Whitaker
Psycho‐oncology 25 (10), 1191-1197, 2016
152016
Educational differences in responses to breast cancer symptoms: a qualitative comparative study
A Marcu, G Black, P Vedsted, G Lyratzopoulos, KL Whitaker
British journal of health psychology 22 (1), 26-41, 2017
142017
Experience of Lyme disease and preferences for precautions: a cross-sectional survey of UK patients
A Marcu, J Barnett, D Uzzell, K Vasileiou, S O'Connell
BMC public health 13 (481), 2013
142013
Increasing the intent to receive a pandemic influenza vaccination: Testing the impact of theory-based messages
CA Godinho, L Yardley, A Marcu, F Mowbray, E Beard, S Michie
Preventive medicine 89, 104-111, 2016
132016
Accounting for personal and professional choices for pandemic influenza vaccination amongst English healthcare workers
A Marcu, H Rubinstein, S Michie, L Yardley
Vaccine 33 (19), 2267-2272, 2015
132015
Communicating to increase public uptake of pandemic flu vaccination in the UK: Which messages work?
F Mowbray, A Marcu, CA Godinho, S Michie, L Yardley
Vaccine 34 (28), 3268-3274, 2016
112016
Is lower symptom recognition associated with socioeconomic inequalities in help‐seeking for potential breast cancer symptoms?
H Davies, A Marcu, P Vedsted, KL Whitaker
Psycho‐oncology 27 (2), 626-632, 2018
92018
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