Gerry Molloy
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Psychological distress as a risk factor for cardiovascular events: pathophysiological and behavioral mechanisms
M Hamer, GJ Molloy, E Stamatakis
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 52 (25), 2156-2162, 2008
3182008
Psychological distress and cancer mortality
M Hamer, Y Chida, GJ Molloy
Journal of psychosomatic research 66 (3), 255-258, 2009
2892009
Family caregiving and congestive heart failure. Review and analysis
GJ Molloy, DW Johnston, MD Witham
European journal of heart failure 7 (4), 592-603, 2005
2402005
Marital status, gender and cardiovascular mortality: behavioural, psychological distress and metabolic explanations
GJ Molloy, E Stamatakis, G Randall, M Hamer
Social science & medicine 69 (2), 223-228, 2009
1912009
The cortisol awakening response in relation to objective and subjective measures of waking in the morning
S Dockray, MR Bhattacharyya, GJ Molloy, A Steptoe
Psychoneuroendocrinology 33 (1), 77-82, 2008
1592008
Leisure time physical activity, risk of depressive symptoms, and inflammatory mediators: the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing
M Hamer, GJ Molloy, C de Oliveira, P Demakakos
Psychoneuroendocrinology 34 (7), 1050-1055, 2009
1312009
Type-D personality and cortisol in survivors of acute coronary syndrome
GJ Molloy, L Perkins-Porras, PC Strike, A Steptoe
Psychosomatic medicine 70 (8), 863-868, 2008
1192008
Depression is associated with flatter cortisol rhythms in patients with coronary artery disease
MR Bhattacharyya, GJ Molloy, A Steptoe
Journal of psychosomatic research 65 (2), 107-113, 2008
1042008
Social networks and partner stress as predictors of adherence to medication, rehabilitation attendance, and quality of life following acute coronary syndrome.
GJ Molloy, L Perkins-Porras, PC Strike, A Steptoe
Health Psychology 27 (1), 52, 2008
1002008
Persistent depressive symptomatology and inflammation: to what extent do health behaviours and weight control mediate this relationship?
M Hamer, GJ Molloy, C de Oliveira, P Demakakos
Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 23 (4), 413-418, 2009
962009
Social support and regular physical activity: Does planning mediate this link?
GJ Molloy, D Dixon, M Hamer, FF Sniehotta
British journal of health psychology 15 (4), 859-870, 2010
812010
Loneliness and emergency and planned hospitalizations in a community sample of older adults
GJ Molloy, HM McGee, D O'Neill, RM Conroy
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 58 (8), 1538-1541, 2010
772010
Interventions to enhance adherence to medications in patients with heart failure: a systematic review
GJ Molloy, RE O'Carroll, MD Witham, MET McMurdo
Circulation: Heart Failure 5 (1), 126-133, 2012
762012
Do brief online planning interventions increase physical activity amongst university students? A randomised controlled trial
S Skår, FF Sniehotta, GJ Molloy, A Prestwich, V Araujo-Soares
Psychology and Health 26 (4), 399-417, 2011
762011
Personality and heart disease
A Steptoe, GJ Molloy
Heart 93 (7), 783-784, 2007
762007
Conscientiousness and medication adherence: a meta-analysis
GJ Molloy, RE O'carroll, E Ferguson
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 47 (1), 92-101, 2014
712014
Intentional and unintentional non-adherence to medications following an acute coronary syndrome: a longitudinal study
GJ Molloy, N Messerli-Bürgy, G Hutton, A Wikman, L Perkins-Porras, ...
Journal of psychosomatic research 76 (5), 430-432, 2014
682014
Association of C-reactive protein and muscle strength in the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing
M Hamer, GJ Molloy
Age 31 (3), 171-177, 2009
682009
Type D personality, self-efficacy, and medication adherence following an acute coronary syndrome
GJ Molloy, G Randall, A Wikman, L Perkins-Porras, N Messerli-Bürgy, ...
Psychosomatic medicine 74 (1), 100-106, 2012
662012
Practical support predicts medication adherence and attendance at cardiac rehabilitation following acute coronary syndrome
GJ Molloy, L Perkins-Porras, MR Bhattacharyya, PC Strike, A Steptoe
Journal of psychosomatic research 65 (6), 581-586, 2008
642008
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