Julie Barnett
Julie Barnett
Professor of Health Psychology University of Bath
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Characterising and justifying sample size sufficiency in interview-based studies: systematic analysis of qualitative health research over a 15-year period
K Vasileiou, J Barnett, S Thorpe, T Young
BMC medical research methodology 18 (1), 1-18, 2018
Adolescents’ views of food and eating: Identifying barriers to healthy eating
C Stevenson, G Doherty, J Barnett, OT Muldoon, K Trew
Journal of adolescence 30 (3), 417-434, 2007
Risk perception and experience: Hazard personality profiles and individual differences
J Barnett, GM Breakwell
Risk Analysis 21 (1), 171-178, 2001
‘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
Imagined publics and engagement around renewable energy technologies in the UK
J Barnett, K Burningham, G Walker, N Cass
Public Understanding of Science 21 (1), 36-50, 2012
Understanding innovators' experiences of barriers and facilitators in implementation and diffusion of healthcare service innovations: a qualitative study
J Barnett, K Vasileiou, F Djemil, L Brooks, T Young
BMC Health Services Research 11 (1), 1-12, 2011
The role of the user within the medical device design and development process: medical device manufacturers' perspectives
AG Money, J Barnett, J Kuljis, MP Craven, JL Martin, T Young
BMC medical informatics and decision making 11 (1), 1-12, 2011
Consumer acceptance of cultured meat: A systematic review
C Bryant, J Barnett
Meat science 143, 8-17, 2018
Renewable energy and sociotechnical change: imagined subjectivities of ‘the public’and their implications
G Walker, N Cass, K Burningham, J Barnett
Environment and planning A 42 (4), 931-947, 2010
The limitations of the NIMBY concept for understanding public engagement with renewable energy technologies: a literature review
K Burningham, J Barnett, D Thrush
Understanding how consumers categorise nutritional labels: a consumer derived typology for front-of-pack nutrition labelling
C Hodgkins, J Barnett, G Wasowicz-Kirylo, M Stysko-Kunkowska, ...
Appetite 59 (3), 806-817, 2012
Social media in emergency management: Twitter as a tool for communicating risks to the public
P Panagiotopoulos, J Barnett, AZ Bigdeli, S Sams
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 111, 86-96, 2016
Comprehension and use of UK nutrition signpost labelling schemes
S Malam, S Clegg, S Kirwan, S McGinigal, M Raats, R Shepherd, ...
London: Food Standards Agency, 2009
Seeking information about food-related risks: The contribution of social media
M Kuttschreuter, P Rutsaert, F Hilverda, Á Regan, J Barnett, W Verbeke
Food quality and preference 37, 10-18, 2014
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
An array of deficits: unpacking NIMBY discourses in wind energy developers' conceptualizations of their local opponents
K Burningham, J Barnett, G Walker
Society & Natural Resources 28 (3), 246-260, 2015
Experiences of loneliness associated with being an informal caregiver: a qualitative investigation
K Vasileiou, J Barnett, M Barreto, J Vines, M Atkinson, S Lawson, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 585, 2017
Risk perception and technological development at a societal level
ML Lima, J Barnett, J Vala
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 25 (5), 1229-1239, 2005
A review of consumer awareness, understanding and use of food-based dietary guidelines
KA Brown, L Timotijevic, J Barnett, R Shepherd, L Lähteenmäki, ...
British Journal of Nutrition 106 (1), 15-26, 2011
Doing social media analytics
P Brooker, J Barnett, T Cribbin
Big Data & Society 3 (2), 2053951716658060, 2016
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