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Barbara Stewart-Knox

Professor of Psychology

Faculty/Dept/School School of Social Sciences
(Faculty of Management, Law and Social Sciences)
Emailb.stewart-knox@bradford.ac.uk
Telephone +441274 233514

Research

Current Projects 10.1177/1359105315624750 2011-15 ongoing – Food 4Me Integrated Project EC FW 7 E310.088 2010-12 ongoing – Early school leavers: a needs assessment from a nutrition perspective. In collaboration with Trinity College Dublin. SafeFood £26,697 2008- 12 ongoing - Centre for Diet & Health Research. HRB (Ireland) E60K 2012 – Literature review and survey design. Reputation Inc. £6000 2007-2010 Changing attitudes to breastfeeding: The evaluation of an evidence based intervention with adolescents in NI. In collaboration with the School of Psychology, Health Sciences and Education (UU). DHSS R & D Office £324,685 2004-2009 LIPGENE Integrated Project EC FW 6 £162,921 2004-2007 Young people’s perceptions of food safety. SafeFood £50,676 2005-2006 Dietary patterns, food intakes, attitudes and determinants among low socio-economic adults and children: an in-depth quantitative and qualitative analysis. In collaboration with Dublin Institute of Technology and Trinity College Dublin. SafeFood £24,732 2004-2006 Infant feeding attitudes in young people. In collaboration with the School of Psychology and Health Sciences (UU). DHSS R & D Office £99,575 2002-2005 Zenith – Nutritional and Psychological Effects of Zinc. EC DG12 £320,840 2002-2003 -Breakfast and Cognition in Schoolchildren. Heinz £31, 889 2001 Medela AG Medical Technology £415 1999-2003-Vitamin E supplementation, feed type and consumer perceived chicken meat quality. CAST Award FarmFed Chickens, Coleraine. £47.000 1999-2002 Barriers to the Development and Uptake of Reduced Fat Foods. FSA £188.769 1996-2001 Children talking: Why do they Smoke? EC DGV SANCO £239,017 Co-author of the application for EU structural funds which set up the Northern Ireland Centre for Food and Health (NICHE) and which funded the initial five years of the candidate’s research fellowship in NICHE Current Projects 10.1177/1359105315624750 2011-15 ongoing – Food 4Me Integrated Project EC FW 7 E310.088 2010-12 ongoing – Early school leavers: a needs assessment from a nutrition perspective. In collaboration with Trinity College Dublin. SafeFood £26,697 2008- 12 ongoing - Centre for Diet & Health Research. HRB (Ireland) E60K 2012 – Literature review and survey design. Reputation Inc. £6000 2007-2010 Changing attitudes to breastfeeding: The evaluation of an evidence based intervention with adolescents in NI. In collaboration with the School of Psychology, Health Sciences and Education (UU). DHSS R & D Office £324,685 2004-2009 LIPGENE Integrated Project EC FW 6 £162,921 2004-2007 Young people’s perceptions of food safety. SafeFood £50,676 2005-2006 Dietary patterns, food intakes, attitudes and determinants among low socio-economic adults and children: an in-depth quantitative and qualitative analysis. In collaboration with Dublin Institute of Technology and Trinity College Dublin. SafeFood £24,732 2004-2006 Infant feeding attitudes in young people. In collaboration with the School of Psychology and Health Sciences (UU). DHSS R & D Office £99,575 2002-2005 Zenith – Nutritional and Psychological Effects of Zinc. EC DG12 £320,840 2002-2003 -Breakfast and Cognition in Schoolchildren. Heinz £31, 889 2001 Medela AG Medical Technology £415 1999-2003-Vitamin E supplementation, feed type and consumer perceived chicken meat quality. CAST Award FarmFed Chickens, Coleraine. £47.000 1999-2002 Barriers to the Development and Uptake of Reduced Fat Foods. FSA £188.769 1996-2001 Children talking: Why do they Smoke? EC DGV SANCO £239,017 Co-author of the application for EU structural funds which set up the Northern Ireland Centre for Food and Health (NICHE) and which funded the initial five years of the candidate’s research fellowship in NICHE Research Collaborations Industry research collaborations include: Reputation Inc.; Unilever; Herbalife, Heinz; Moy Park, Medela Technology; MORI Polls; Cambridge Cognition; and, Ideamap. Academic research collaborations include: Newcastle University; Wageningen University; Research Collaborations Industry research collaborations include: Reputation Inc.; Unilever; Herbalife, Heinz; Moy Park, Medela Technology; MORI Polls; Cambridge Cognition; and, Ideamap. Academic research collaborations include: Newcastle University; Wageningen University; University of Reading; University of Cantabria; Dublin institute of Technology (DIT); University of Porto; Trinity College Dublin; University College Cork; and, University College Dublin.

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal
TitlePersonalised nutrition technologies: A cross-national survey of Registered Dietitians. (2019)
AuthorsAbrahams M, Bryant E, Frewer L, Stewart-Knox B
JournalPublic health genomics
 
TitleBurnout, Eating Behaviour Traits and Dietary Patterns (2019)
AuthorsChui, Helena; Bryant, Eleanor; Sarabia, Carmen; Maskeen, Shames; Stewart-Knox, Barbara
JournalBritish Food Journal
PublisherEmerald
 
TitleIs food insecurity associated with maternal health among UK ethnic groups? An exploration of women in the BiB cohort (2018)
AuthorsPower M.;Small N.;Doherty B.;Stewart-Knox B.;Pickett K.
JournalEuropean Journal of Public Health
DOI10.1093/eurpub/cky042
 
TitlePerceptions and experiences of early-adopting registered dietitians in integrating nutrigenomics into practice (2018)
AuthorsAbrahams, Mariëtte; Frewer, L.J.; Bryant, Eleanor J.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara
 
TitleApplication of Behavior Change Techniques in a Personalized Nutrition Electronic Health Intervention Study: Protocol for the Web-Based Food4Me Randomized Controlled Trial (2018)
AuthorsMacready, A.L.; Fallaize, R.; Butler, L.T.; Ellis, J.A.; Kuznesof, S.; Frewer, L.J.; Celis-Morales, C.; Livingstone, K.M.; Araujo-Soares, V.; Fischer, A.R.H.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Mathers, J.C.; Lovegrove, J.A.
 
TitleIs food insecurity associated with maternal health among UK ethnic groups? An exploration of women in the BiB cohort (2018)
AuthorsPower, M.S.; Small, Neil A.; Doherty, B.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Pickett, K.E.
 
TitleFood choice motives, attitudes toward and intention to adopt personalised nutrition (2018)
AuthorsRankin, A.; Bunting, B.P.; Poinhos, R.; van der Lans, I.A.; Fischer, A.R.H.; Frewer, L.J.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara
 
TitleFood insecurity and socio-demographic characteristics in two UK ethnic groups: An analysis of women in the Born in Bradford cohort (2018)
AuthorsPower M.;Uphoff E.;Stewart-Knox B.;Small N.;Doherty B.;Pickett K.
JournalJournal of Public Health
DOI10.1093/pubmed/fdx029
 
TitleProviding personalised nutrition: Consumers’ trust and preferences regarding sources of information, service providers and regulators, and communication channels (2017)
AuthorsPoínhos, R.; Oliveira, B.; van der Lans, I.A.; Fischer, A.R.H.; Berezowska, A.; Kuznesof, S.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Frewer, L.J.; de Almeida, M.D.V.
 
Title"Bringing heaven down to earth”: The purpose and place of religion in UK food aid (2017)
AuthorsPower, M.; Small, Neil A.; Doherty, B.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Pickett, K.E.
 
TitleProviding Personalised Nutrition: Consumers' Trust and Preferences Regarding Sources of Information, Service Providers and Regulators, and Communication Channels (2017)
AuthorsPoínhos R.;Oliveira B.;Van Der Lans I.;Fischer A.;Berezowska A.;Rankin A.;Kuznesof S.;Stewart-Knox B.;Frewer L.;De Almeida M.
JournalPublic health genomics
DOI10.1159/000481357
 
TitlePublic perceptions of personalised nutrition through the lens of Social Cognitive Theory (2017)
AuthorsRankin, A.; Kuznesof, S.; Frewer, L.J.; Orr, K.; Davison, J.; de Almeida, M.D.V.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara
 
TitleFactors determining the integration of nutritional genomics into clinical practice by registered dietitians (2017)
AuthorsAbrahams, Mariëtte; Frewer, L.J.; Bryant, Eleanor J.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara
 
TitleFood insecurity and socio-demographic characteristics in two UK ethnic groups: an analysis of women in the Born in Bradford cohort (2017)
AuthorsPower, M.; Uphoff, E.P.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Small, Neil A.; Doherty, B.; Pickett, K.E.
 
TitleCapturing health and eating status through a Nutritional Perception Screening Questionnaire (NPSQ9) in a randomised internet-based personalised nutrition intervention: the Food4Me study (2017)
AuthorsSan-Cristobal, R.; Navas-Carretero, S.; Celis-Morales, C.; Livingstone, K.M.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Rankin, A.; Macready, A.L.; Fallaize, R.; O'Donovan, C.B.; Forster, H.; Woolhead, C.; Walsh, M.C.; Lambrinou, C.P.; Moschnis, G.; Manios, Y.; Jarosz, M.; Daniel, H.; Gibney, E.R.; Brennan, L.; Gundersen, T.E.; Drevon, C.A.; Gibney, M.J.; Marsaux, C.F.M.; Saris, W.H.M.; Lovegrove, J.A.; Frewer, L.J.; Mathers, J.C.; Martinez, J.A.
 
TitleMaking personalised nutrition the easy choice: creating policies to break down the barriers and reap the benefits (2016)
AuthorsStewart-Knox, Barbara; Markovina, Jerko; Rankin, A.; Bunting, B.P.; Kuznesof, S.; Fischer, A.R.H.; van der Lans, I.A.; Poinhos, R.; de Almeida, M.D.V.; Panzone, L.; Gibney, M.J.; Frewer, L.J.
 
TitleWillingness to pay for personalised nutrition across Europe (2016)
AuthorsFischer, A.R.H.; Berezowska, A.; van der Lans, I.A.; Ronteltap, A.; Rankin, A.; Kuznesof, S.; Poínhos, R.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Frewer, L.J.
 
TitlePromoting positive attitudes to breastfeeding: the development and evaluation of a theory-based intervention with school children involving a cluster randomised controlled trial (2015)
AuthorsGiles, M.; Millar, S.; Armour, C.; McClenahan, C.; Mallett, J.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara
 
TitlePromoting healthy dietary behaviour through personalised nutrition: technology push or technology pull? (2015)
AuthorsStewart-Knox, Barbara; Rankin, A.; Kuznesof, S.; Poinhos, R.; de Almeida, M.D.V.; Fischer, A.R.H.; Frewer, L.J.
 
TitleCaught in a ‘spiral’. Barriers to healthy eating and dietary health promotion needs from the perspective of unemployed young people and their service providers (2015)
AuthorsDavison, J.; Share, M.; Hennessy, M.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara
 
TitleThe perceived impact of the National Health Service on personalised nutrition service delivery among the UK public (2015)
AuthorsFallaize, R.; Macready, A.L.; Butler, L.T.; Ellis, J.A.; Berezowska, A.; Fischer, A.R.H.; Walsh, M.C.; Gallagher, C.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Kuznesof, S.; Frewer, L.J.; Gibney, M.J.; Lovegrove, J.A.
 
TitleFood4Me study: Validity and reliability of Food Choice Questionnaire in 9 European countries (2015)
AuthorsMarkovina, Jerko; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Rankin, A.; Gibney, M.J.; de Almeida, M.D.V.; Fischer, A.R.H.; Kuznesof, S.; Poinhos, R.; Panzone, L.; Frewer, L.J.
 
TitleCorrelates of food choice in unemployed young people: The role of demographic factors, self-efficacy, food involvement, food poverty and physical activity. (2015)
AuthorsDavison, J.; Share, M.; Hennessy, M.; Bunting, B.P.; Markovina, Jerko; Stewart-Knox, Barbara
 
TitlePsychological Determinants of Consumer Acceptance of Personalised Nutrition in 9 European Countries (2014)
AuthorsPoinhos, R.; van der Lans, I.A.; Rankin, A.; Fischer, A.R.H.; Bunting, B.P.; Kuznesof, S.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Frewer, L.J.
 
TitleMood and cognition in healthy older European adults: the Zenith study (2014)
AuthorsSimpson, E.E.A.; Maylor, E.A.; McConville, C.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Meunier, N.; Andriollo-Sanchez, M.; Polito, A.; Intorre, F.; McCormack, J.M.; Coudray, C.
 
TitleEvaluation of a theory of planned behaviour-based breastfeeding intervention in Northern Irish schools using a randomized cluster design (2014)
AuthorsGiles, M.; McClenahan, C.; Armour, C.; Millar, S.; Rae, G.; Mallett, J.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara
 
TitleFactors influencing European consumer uptake of personalised nutrition. Results of a qualitative analysis (2013)
AuthorsStewart-Knox, Barbara; Kuznesof, S.; Robinson, J.; Rankin, A.; Orr, K.; Duffy, M.; Poinhos, R.; de Almeida, M.D.V.; Macready, A.L.; Gallagher, C.; Berezowska, A.; Fischer, A.R.H.; Navas-Carretero, S.; Riemer, M.; Traczyk, I.; Gjelstad, I.M.F.; Mavrogianni, C.; Frewer, L.J.
 
TitlePredictors of taste acuity in healthy older Europeans (2012)
AuthorsSimpson, E.E.A.; Rae, G.; Parr, H.J.; O'Connor, J.M.; Bonham, M.; Polito, A.; Meunier, N.; Andriollo-Sanchez, M.; Intorre, F.; Coudray, C.; Strain, J.J.; Stewart-Knox, Barbara
 
TitleEating and stress at work: The need for public health promotion intervention and an opportunity for food product development? (2012)
AuthorsStewart-Knox, Barbara
 
TitleSupplemented zinc does not alter mood in healthy older European adults - a randomised placebo-controlled trial: the Zenith study (2011)
AuthorsStewart-Knox, Barbara; Rae, G.; Simpson, E.E.A.; McConville, C.; O'Connor, J.M.; Polito, A.; Andriollo-Sanchez, M.; Coudray, C.; Strain, J.J.
 
TitleAttitudes toward genetic testing and personalised nutrition in a representative sample of European consumers (2009)
AuthorsStewart-Knox, Barbara; Bunting, B.P.; Gilpin, S.; Parr, H.J.; Pinhao, S.; Strain, J.J.; de Almeida, M.D.V.; Gibney, M.J.
 
Book Chapters
TitlePersonalised nutrition: Making it happen (2019)
AuthorsStewart-Knox, Barbara
 
Other Publications
Other typeArticle
TitleFood choice motives, attitude towards and intention to adopt personalised nutrition (2018)
AuthorsRankin A.;Bunting B.;Poínhos R.;van der Lans I.;Fischer A.;Kuznesof S.;Almeida M.;Markovina J.;Frewer L.;Stewart-Knox B.
JournalPublic Health Nutrition
DOI10.1017/S1368980018001234
 
Other typeReviews
TitleFactors determining the integration of nutritional genomics into clinical practice by registered dietitians (2017)
AuthorsAbrahams M.;Frewer L.;Bryant E.;Stewart-Knox B.
JournalTrends in Food Science and Technology
DOI10.1016/j.tifs.2016.11.005
 
Other typeReviews
TitleEating and stress at work: The need for public health promotion intervention and an opportunity for food product developmentα (2014)
AuthorsStewart-Knox B.
JournalTrends in Food Science and Technology
DOI10.1016/j.tifs.2013.10.010
 
Title Author(s)
Promoting healthy dietary behaviour through personalised nutrition: Technology push or technology pull? (2015)Stewart-Knox B.;Rankin A.;Kuznesof S.;Poínhos R.;Vaz De Almeida M.;Fischer A.;Frewer L.