Duncan McCaig
Duncan McCaig
Senior Research Fellow | BACP
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Licence to eat: Information on energy expended during exercise affects subsequent energy intake
DC McCaig, LA Hawkins, PJ Rogers
Appetite 107, 323-329, 2016
212016
Text‐mining as a methodology to assess eating disorder‐relevant factors: Comparing mentions of fitness tracking technology across online communities
D McCaig, S Bhatia, MT Elliott, L Walasek, C Meyer
International Journal of Eating Disorders 51 (7), 647-655, 2018
92018
Profiling Commenters on Mental Health–Related Online Forums: A Methodological Example Focusing on Eating Disorder–Related Commenters
D McCaig, MT Elliott, CSQ Siew, L Walasek, C Meyer
JMIR mental health 6 (4), e12555, 2019
62019
Engagement with MyFitnessPal in eating disorders: Qualitative insights from online forums
D McCaig, MT Elliott, K Prnjak, L Walasek, C Meyer
International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2019
42019
Detecting differences between portion sizes: Discrimination differs when making simultaneous or memory-based comparisons
DC McCaig, D Ferriday, CP Benton, JM Brunstrom, PJ Rogers
Appetite 100 (107), 688, 2016
32016
Characterizing a body positive online forum: Resistance and pursuit of appearance-ideals
RF Rodgers, C Meyer, D McCaig
Body Image 33, 199-206, 2020
2020
Identifying Barriers to Reducing Portion Size: A Qualitative Focus Group Study of British Men and Women
J Ferrar, D Ferriday, HJ Smit, DC McCaig, PJ Rogers
Nutrients 11 (5), 1054, 2019
2019
Why do calories out versus calories in have different effects on appetite?
PJ Rogers, D Ferriday, DC McCaig, JM Brunstrom
Appetite 123, 451, 2018
2018
Memory for portion size: Larger portions are remembered less accurately and typical portion size influences memory reconstruction
E Romano, D Ferriday, DC McCaig, JM Brunstrom, PJ Rogers
Appetite 100 (107), 690, 2016
2016
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