• Publications
  • Influence
An introduction
  • D. Marks
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Experientia
  • 15 April 1988
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Research Methods for Clinical and Health Psychology
Introduction to Research Methods in Clinical and Health Psychology - Lucy Yardley and David F Marks Getting Started - Nichola Rumsey and David F Marks The Practicalities of Doing Research QualitativeExpand
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Homeostatic theory of obesity
  • D. Marks
  • Medicine
  • Health psychology open
  • 1 January 2015
Health is regulated by homeostasis, a property of all living things. Homeostasis maintains equilibrium at set-points using feedback loops for optimum functioning of the organism. Imbalances inExpand
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New directions for mental imagery research.
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Health Psychology in Context
  • D. Marks
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of health psychology
  • 1 January 1996
Over 25 years there has been a remarkable growth of theoretical and empirical studies in health psychology. Its theoretical underpinnings have been largely derivative, its focus primarily clinical,Expand
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Consciousness, mental imagery and action
This article is founded on the bold claim that mental imagery is a basic building block of all consciousness. Conscious mental imagery is reported in association with waking, dreaming andExpand
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Individual differences in mental imagery experience: developmental changes and specialization.
  • A. Isaac, D. Marks
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • British journal of psychology
  • 1 November 1994
This research has two purposes: (1) to study developmental changes and differences in visual and movement imagery in male and female children and adults; (2) to investigate whether systematicExpand
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Critical Review
The recent expansion of Nicotine Replacement Therapy to pregnant women and children ignores the fact that nicotine impairs, disrupts, duplicates and/or interacts with essential physiologicalExpand
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Topographical distribution of EEG activity accompanying visual and motor imagery in vivid and non-vivid imagers.
Brain mapping techniques were used to investigate the topographical distribution of electroencephalographic (EEG) activity accompanying visual and motor imagery in four different tasks. ParticipantsExpand
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