Thomas, E., Puig-Ribera, A., Senye-Mir, A. & Eves. (2016). Promoting healthy choices in workplace cafeterias; A qualitative study. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour, 48(2), 138-145.
Thomas, E., Puig-Ribera, A., Senye-Mir, A. & Eves. (2016). Health representations, perceived valence and concept associations for symbols as food cues: A mixed methods approach. Health Communication, 31(11), 1421-1425.
Thomas, E. (2015). Compulsory calorie-labelling of menu items is not a panacea for the obesity epidemic: A response to Compulsory calorie labelling of foods by Nikolaou and Lean. Public Health Nutrition, 19(12), 2192-2194.
Thomas, E. (2015). Food for thought; Obstacles to menu labelling in restaurants and cafeterias. Public Health Nutrition, 19(12), 2185-2189.
Thomas, E., Eves, F.F., Puig-Ribera, A., Senye-Mir, A. & Greenfield, S. (2015). Testing messages to promote stair climbing at work. International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 8(3), 189-205.
Thomas, E. & Upton, D. (2014). Psychometric properties of the Physical Activity Questionnaire for Older Children in the UK. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 15(3),280-287.
Thomas, E. & Upton, D. (2014). Automatic and Motivational Predictors of Children's Physical Activity: Integrating Habit, the Environment and the Theory of Planned Behavior.Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 11(5), 999-1005.
Francis-Smythe, J., Haase, S., Thomas, E. & Steele, C. (2013). Development and validation of the Career Competency Indicator. Journal of Career Assessment, 21(2), 277-248
Haase, S. Thomas, E. & Francis-Smythe, J. (2013).Applying career competencies in career management. Assessment and Development Matters, 5(1).
Haase, S. Thomas, E. Steel, C. & Francis-Smythe, J. (2012). Career competencies: A new approach to successful career management. Assessment and Development Matters, 4(2).
Thomas, E. (2009). Book review: Topics in applied psychology: Sport and Exercise psychology, by A.Lane (Ed.). Psychology Teaching Review, 15(1), 92-93.
Thomas, E. & Eves F. (2013). A mixed methods approach to the development of point-of-purchase prompts for food. Poster presented at the UK Society for Behavioural Medicine Annual Conference, Oxford.
Thomas, E. & Eves. F. (2012). A systematic approach to the development of a point-of-choice prompt intervention to increase stair climbing at work. Presented at the UK Society for Behavioural Medicine Annual Conference, Manchester.
Thomas, E. & Upton, D. (2009). Psychometric properties of the Physical activity questionnaire for Older children in primary school children from the UK. Poster presented at the Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, Birmingham.
Thomas, E. (2008). Habit and the intention-behaviour relationship; Implications for information based interventions. Presented at the Research in Focus Conference, Worcester.
Thomas, E. (2008). Habit, attitude and planned behaviour: Implications for health behaviour interventions. Presented at the Post Graduate Student Conference, Worcester.