Publications

Workshops

Systematic reviews and meta-analysis in behavioural medicine: A practical introduction to best practices at the International Congress of Behavioural Medicine

Conducting Meta-Analyses in R: A Practical Introduction at Deakin University

Best Practice in Systematic Review at Deakin University

Peer-reviewed publications

Pre-prints and In-press

  • Clarke, E., Ling, M., Kothe, E. J., & Richardson, B. (2017, March 24). [pre-print] Perceived Mitigation Threat Mediates Effects of Right-Wing Ideology on Climate Change Beliefs. Available from osf.io/f8ap7

2016

  • Andrew, B. J., Mullan, B. A., de Wit, J. B., Monds, L. A., Todd, J., & Kothe, E. J. (2016). Does the Theory of Planned Behaviour Explain Condom Use Behaviour Among Men Who have Sex with Men? A Meta-analytic Review of the Literature. AIDS and Behavior, 20(12), 2834-2844.
  • Bartsch, A., Kothe, E., Allom, V., Mullan, B., & Houben, K. (2016). The effect of non-specific response inhibition training on alcohol consumption: an intervention. Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy, 7, 260-260.
  • Hill, B., Skouteris, H., Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, M., Kothe, E. J., & McPhie, S. (2016). A path model of psychosocial and health behaviour change predictors of excessive gestational weight gain. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 34(2), 139-161. Full text
  • Mullan, B., Henderson, J., Kothe, E., Allom, V., Orbell, S., & Hamilton, K. (2016). The role of habit and perceived behavioural control on health behaviour among pregnant women. American Journal of Health Behavior, 40(3), 291-301.
  • Todd, J., Kothe, E., Mullan, B., & Monds, L. (2016). Reasoned versus reactive prediction of behaviour: A meta-analysis of the prototype willingness model. Health Psychology Review, 10(1), 1-24. Journal Link | Full Text

2015

  • Hendrikse, J. J., Cachia, R., Kothe, E., McPhie, S., Skouteris, H., & Hayden, M. J. (2015). Attentional biases for food cues in overweight and individuals with obesity: a systematic review of the literature. Obesity Reviews, 16(5), 424-432. Full text
  • Kothe, E. J., & Mullan, B. A. (2015). Interaction effects in the theory of planned behaviour: Predicting fruit and vegetable consumption in three prospective cohorts. British Journal of Health Psychology Full Text | Journal Link
  • Kothe, E. J., Sainsbury, K., Smith, L., & Mullan, B. A. (2015). Explaining the intention–behaviour gap in gluten-free diet adherence: The moderating roles of habit and perceived behavioural control. Journal of Health Psychology, 20(5), 580-591. Full Text | Journal Link
  • Mankarious, E., & Kothe, E. (2015). A meta-analysis of the effects of measuring theory of planned behaviour constructs on behaviour within prospective studies. Health Psychology Review, 9(2), 190-204. Journal Link | Full Text
  • Mullan, B., Wong, C., Todd, J., Davis, E., & Kothe, E. J. (2015). Food hygiene knowledge in adolescents and young adults. British Food Journal, 117(1), 50-61. Full Text
  • Osicka, T., Kothe, E., & Ricciardelli, L. (2015). A systematic review of adherence to restricted diets in people with functional bowel disorders. Appetite, 92, 143-155.

2014

  • Mullan, B., Wong, C., Kothe, E., O’Moore, K., Pickles, K., & Sainsbury, K. (2014). An examination of the demographic predictors of adolescent breakfast consumption, content, and context. BMC Public Health, 14, 264. Full Text | Journal Link
  • Kothe, E. J., & Mullan, B. A. (2014). Factors affecting acceptability of an email-based intervention to increase fruit and vegetable consumption. BMC Public Health, 14(1), 1020.
  • Kothe, E.J., & Mullan, B.A. (2014). A randomised controlled trial of a theory of planned behaviour to increase fruit and vegetable consumption. Fresh facts. Appetite, 78, 68-75. Full Text | Journal Link
  • Kothe, E. J., & Mullan, B. A. (2014). Acceptability and feasibility of an email-based nutrition intervention using the theory of planned behaviour in Australia: Fresh Facts. Health Promotion International. 29(1) Full-textJournal Link
  • Mullan, B. A., Allom, V., Brogan, A., Kothe, E. J., Todd, J. (2014) Self-regulation and the intention behaviour gap. Exploring dietary behaviours in university students Appetite. 73(1) Full TextJournal Link

2013

  • *Freijy, T., Kothe, E., (2013) Dissonance-based interventions for health behaviour change: A systematic review. British Journal of Health Psychology. 18(2). Full-text | Journal Link
  • Mullan, B., Wong, C., Kothe, E., & Maccann, C. (2013). Predicting breakfast consumption: A comparison of the theory of planned behaviour and the health action process approach. British Food Journal. 115(11)  Full-text | Journal Link
  • Mullan, B., Wong, C., & Kothe, E. J. (2013). Predicting adolescent breakfast consumption in the UK and Australia using an extended theory of planned behaviour. Appetite. 62(1) Full-text | Journal Link
  • Mullan, B., Wong, C., & Kothe, E. J. (2013). Predicting adolescents’ safe food handling using an extended theory of planned behavior. Food Control. 31(2) Full-text | Journal Link

2012

  • Kothe, E. J., Mullan, B. A., & Butow, P. (2012). Promoting fruit and vegetable consumption: Testing an intervention based on the theory of planned behaviour. Appetite. 58(3), 997-1004 Full-text | Journal Link

2011

  • Kothe, E. J., & Mullan, B. A. (2011). Perceptions of fruit and vegetable dietary guidelines amongst Australian young adults. Nutrition and Dietetics. 68 (4). 262-266 Full-textJournal Link
  • Kothe, E. J., Mullan, B. A., & Amaratunga, R. (2011). Randomised controlled trial of a brief theory-based intervention promoting breakfast consumption. Appetite.56 (1) 148-155 Full-text | Journal Link
  • Kothe, E & Mullan, B. (2011). Smokers and ex-smokers reaction to anti-smoking advertising: a mixed methods approach Orbit 2(1), 29-37. Full-text | Journal Link
  • Kothe, E. J., & Mullan, B. A. (2011). Increasing the frequency of breakfast consumption. British Food Journal, 113(6), 784-796 Full-text | Journal Link

2010

  • Mullan, B. A., & Kothe, E. J. (2010). Evaluating a nursing communication skills training course: The relationships between self-rated ability, satisfaction, and actual performance. Nurse Education in Practice, 10(6), 374-378. Full-text | Journal Link
  • Costa, D., Mullan, B. A., Kothe, E. J., & Butow, P. (2010). A web-based formative assessment tool for Masters students: A pilot study. Computers & Education, 54(4), 1248-1253. Full-text | Journal Link
  • Oh, B., Butow, P., Mullan, B. A., Clarke, S., Beale, P., Pavlakis, N., et al. (2010). Impact of Medical Qigong on quality of life, fatigue, mood and inflammation in cancer patients: a randomized controlled trial. Annals of Oncology, 21(3), 608-614 Full-text | Journal Link

Conference presentations

  • Kothe, E. Coen, E., Mantha, V., Pinto, C., Sanmugam S. (2016) Habit strength and self-control predict patterns of intention-behaviour congruence for dietary adherence among Australian pregnant women Paper presented at the International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Melbourne, Australia
  • Naismith, D. & Kothe, EJ (2016) Dietary intake and executive function: a meta-analysis Paper presented at the International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Melbourne, Australia
  • Kothe, EJ., Hill, B., McPhie, S.,Skouteris H. (2016) Fruit and vegetable consumption during pregnancy: An action control framework approach Paper presented at the International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Melbourne, Australia
  • Kothe, E. & Hayden, M., (2015) Effects of self-regulation on weight loss and weight loss maintenance: a systematic review and meta-analysis Paper presented at the Australian & New Zealand Obesity Society (ANZOS) Annual Scientific Meeting.
  • *Osicka, T., Kothe, E., & Ricciardelli, L (2015) An examination of adherence to restricted diets, quality of life, and psychological distress in people with functional bowel disorders Paper presented at the Australian Psychological Society Health College Conference, Sydney, Australia
  • *Osicka, T., Kothe, E., & Ricciardelli, L., (2015) Functional bowel disorders and adherence to restricted diets: a qualitative investigation. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 12th Annual Proceedings, Perth, Australia
  • *Osicka, T., Kothe, E., & Ricciardelli, L., (2015) A systematic review of adherence to restricted diets in people with functional bowel disorders. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 12th Annual Proceedings, Perth, Australia
  • *Van Rhoon, L. & Kothe, E., (2015) Impulsivity and Self-Control: Trait and State-Based influences on Adult Sugar Sweetened Beverage Consumption. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 12th Annual Proceedings, Perth, Australia
  • *Van Rhoon, L. & Kothe, E., (2015) The Role of Behavioural Self-Regulation in the Consumption of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 12th Annual Proceedings, Perth, Australia
  • Kothe, E. (2015) Intention to change does not predict change in behaviour: Investigating change in fruit and vegetable consumption using the theory of planned behaviour. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 12th Annual Proceedings, Perth, Australia
  • *Tan, V., Stin, M., & Kothe, E. (2014). Participant-Generated Implementation Intentions: Intervention Fidelity and Efficacy. Paper presented at the International Congress of Behavioral Medicine (ICBM) Groningen, The Netherlands
  • *Poci, F., & Kothe, E. (2014). The impact of implementation intentions for individuals with differing levels of planning ability. Paper presented at the International Congress of Behavioral Medicine (ICBM) Groningen, The Netherlands
  • Kothe, E. J., McPhie, S., Hill, B., Skouteris, H., & Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, M., (2014) Adherence to dietary guidelines during pregnancy – is motivation enough? Paper presented at the International Congress of Behavioral Medicine (ICBM) Groningen, The Netherlands
  • Kothe, E. J., Liao, J., & Huynh, J., (2014) Applying Temporal Self?Regulation Theory To The Prediction Of The Breakfast Consumption Behaviour Of Australian Young Adults Paper presented at the European Health Psychology Society Conference (EHPS) Innsbruck, Austria
  • *Stin, M., & Kothe, E. J., (2014) Using implementation intentions to improve breakfast consumption: the effect of baseline intention Paper presented at the European Health Psychology Society Conference (EHPS) Innsbruck, Austria
  • Kothe, E., (2014) Do good intentions lead to healthy food choices? International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Kothe, E., & Mullan, B. (2014). Differences in self-reported habit between individuals who do and do not strictly adhere to the gluten free diet. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 11th Annual Proceedings, Auckland, New Zealand
  • *Horn, J., & Kothe, E. (2014). Use of a novel impulsivity measure in temporal self-regulation theory research: a pilot study. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 11th Annual Proceedings, Auckland, New Zealand
  • *Horn, J., & Kothe, E. (2014). Temporal self-regulation theory as a predictor of health behaviour: A systematic review. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 11th Annual Proceedings, Auckland, New Zealand
  • *Poci, F., & Kothe, E. (2014). Self-regulation as a moderator of the effect of implementation intentions on health behaviour. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 11th Annual Proceedings, Auckland, New Zealand
  • *Stin, M., & Kothe, E. (2014). Implementation intentions as a method of improving eating behaviour: A systematic review. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 11th Annual Proceedings, Auckland, New Zealand
  • *Tan, V., & Kothe, E. (2014). Differences in “If-Then” Plans On Improving Healthy Eating Behaviour. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 11th Annual Proceedings, Auckland, New Zealand
  • *Liao, J., & Kothe, E. (2014). Executive function training on eating behaviour change: A systematic review of the literature. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 11th Annual Proceedings, Auckland, New Zealand
  • *Huynh, J., & Kothe, E. (2014). Predicting eating behaviours through self-regulation measures of executive functions: A systematic review. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 11th Annual Proceedings, Auckland, New Zealand
  • *Cachia, R., Hendriske, J., Hayden, M., & Kothe, E. (2014). Attentional Biases and Response Inhibition in Obese Compared to Normal Weight Individuals: A Systematic Review. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 11th Annual Proceedings, Auckland, New Zealand
  • Kothe, E., & Mullan, B. (2013). Explaining changes in fruit and vegetable consumption. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 10th Annual Proceedings, Newcastle, Australia View Presentation
  • *Freijy, T., & Kothe, E., (2013). Do interventions based on cognitive dissonance promote health behaviour?. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 10th Annual Proceedings, Newcastle, Australia View Presentation
  • *Mankarious. E., & Kothe, E. (2013). The Effects of Presenting Components of Theory of Planned Behaviour at Baseline on Follow-Up Behaviour: A Meta-Analysis of Measurement Reactivity in Prospective Studies Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 10th Annual Proceedings, Newcastle, Australia View Presentation
  • Mullan, B. A,. Allom, V., Brogan, A., Lopez, A., Kothe, E.J., (2013) Understanding The Role Of SelfRegulation Domains In Health Behaviour: Differential Effects Of Impulsivity In Saturated Fat Consumption And Fruit And Vegetable Intake Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 10th Annual Proceedings, Newcastle, Australia
  • Mullan, B. A,. Allom, V., Brogan, A., Lopez, A., Kothe, E.J., (2012) Individual differences in impulsivity predict saturated fat consumption but not fruit and vegetable intake. Paper presented at the Australian Conference for Personality and Individual Differences. Melbourne, Australia
  • Kothe, E. J., Mullan, B. A., & Butow, P. (2012). Theory of planned behaviour cognitions do not predict change in fruit and vegetable consumption. Paper presented at the European Health Psychology Society Conference. Prague, Czech Republic View poster
  • Kothe, E. J., Mullan, B. A., & Butow, P. (2012). Randomised controlled trial of a theory-based intervention promoting fruit and vegetable consumption. Paper presented at the International Congress of Behavioral Medicine. Budapest, Hungary View presentation
  • Kothe, E., & Mullan, B. (2012). FRESHFACTS 2011: The Feasibility of an Intervention to Increase Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Young Adults. Paper presented at the Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 9th Annual Proceedings, Melbourne, Australia
  • Allom, V, Kothe, EJ, & Mullan, BA (2011). Extending the theory of planned behaviour – the influence of self-schema on fruit and vegetable consumption. Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP) 41st Annual Proceedings, Manly, Australia.
  • Kothe, E, Allom, V, & Mullan, BA (2011) What do young people know about Australian Dietary guidelines? Results from two studies.Paper presented at The Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 8th Annual Scientific Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, February 2011. View presentation
  • Kothe, E. J. & Mullan, B. A. (2010) Understanding the fruit and vegetable consumption of undergraduates. Paper presented at The 11th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine 4-7 August 2010 Washington, DC, USA View abstract
  • Kothe, E. J., & Mullan, B. A. (2010). The application of models of health behaviour change to interventions designed to increase fruit and vegetable consumption: a systematic review. Paper presented at The Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 7th Annual Scientific Conference, Brisbane, Australia, February 2010.
  • Kothe, E. J., & Mullan, B. A. (2010). Understanding the fruit and vegetable consumption behaviours of undergraduates: a focus group study. Paper presented at The Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 7th Annual Scientific Conference, Brisbane, Australia, February 2010. View presentation
  • Mullan, B. A., Kothe E. J., Amaratunga R (2009) Interventions to Improve Breakfast Consumption: Applying the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Paper presented at The British Psychological Society – Division of Health Psychology Conference, 9th-11th September 2009 Birmingham UK View presentation
  • Amaratunga R, Mullan, B. A., Kothe E. J. (2009) Improving nutrition using a psychosocial intervention for breakfast consumption.Paper presented at The Heart Foundation Conference 14th-16th May 2009, Brisbane, Australia View poster
  • Kothe E. J., & Mullan, BA, (2009) Tobacco craving in smokers after viewing anti-smoking advertising. Paper presented at the Heart Foundation Conference 14th-16th May 2009, Brisbane, Australia
  • Kothe, E. J., & Mullan, B. A. (2009). A Psychosocial Intervention: Perceived Behavioural Control and Breakfast Eating Frequency.Paper presented at The Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 6th Annual Scientific Conference, Auckland, New Zealand February 2009. View poster
  • Kothe, E. J., & Mullan, B. A. (2009). Increasing the frequency of breakfast consumption: A systematic review of the literature. Paper presented at The Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 6th Annual Scientific Conference, Auckland, New Zealand February 2009. View poster

Thesis

Promoting Fruit and Vegetable Consumption: Modeling Behaviour Change Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour

 

* Student work where I was primary supervisor