Testing an integrated model of eating behaviours in Australian long-haul truck drivers: The role of past behaviour

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Brown, D., Hagger, M., Morrissey, S. and Hamilton, K.. 2017. "Testing an integrated model of eating behaviours in Australian long-haul truck drivers: The role of past behaviour." ASBHM - CHP Conference 2017. Gold Coast, Australia 13 - 15 Jul 2017 Australia.
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Testing an integrated model of eating behaviours in Australian long-haul truck drivers: The role of past behaviour

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AuthorsBrown, D., Hagger, M., Morrissey, S. and Hamilton, K.
Year2017
Place of PublicationAustralia
Web Address (URL) of Conference Proceedingshttps://groups.psychology.org.au/ASBHM-CHP-conference2017/
Conference/EventASBHM - CHP Conference 2017
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ASBHM - CHP Conference 2017
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In person
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13 to end of 15 Jul 2017
Event Location
Gold Coast, Australia
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020520304. Health psychology
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