Dr Emily Kothe

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Lecturer

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Psychology

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Deakin University, 2013

Research interests

Dr Emily Kothe is interested in the mechanisms underlying successful behaviour change. Research interests include the development and evaluation of theory based health interventions in the domains of fruit and vegetable consumption, breakfast consumption and other appetitive behaviours.

Affiliations

  • International Society of Behavioral Medicine
  • Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine
     

Units taught

HBS110 - Health Behaviour

HPS326 - Health Psychology

Knowledge areas

fruit and vegetable consumption, theory of planned behaviour, self-regulation, breakfast consumption, adherence to the gluten free diet, intention-behaviour gap

Awards

  • Postgraduate Publication Prize (2012). Awarded by the School of Psychology, University of Sydney
  • Postgraduate Publication Prize (2011). Awarded by the School of Psychology, University of Sydney
  • Peoples Choice Award (2011) for Best Presentation, as voted by delegates, at the 2011 Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine Conference for: Kothe, Allom & Mullan (2011) What do young people know about Australian Dietary guidelines? Results from two studies.

Projects

Self-control resources as a determinant of food choice with Professor Martin Hagger (Curtin University); Dr Barbara Mullan (University of Sydney)

Cognitive processes related to food choice with Dr Melissa Hayden (Deakin University)

Breakfast consumption: Temporal Self-Regulation Theory and Implementation Intentions

The impact of self-regulatory capacity, perceptions of the environment, and habit on gluten-free diet adherence.

Publications

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2016

A path model of psychosocial and health behaviour change predictors of excessive gestational weight gain

Dr Briony Hill, Prof Helen Skouteris, A/Prof Matthew Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, Dr Emily Kothe, Dr Skye Mcphie

(2016), Vol. 34, pp. 139-161, Journal of reproductive and infant psychology, London, Eng., C1

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Reasoned versus reactive prediction of behaviour : a meta-analysis of the prototype willingness model

Jemma Todd, Dr Emily Kothe, Barbara Mullan, L Monds

(2016), Vol. 10, pp. 1-24, Health psychology review, Abingdon, Eng., C1

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2015

A systematic review of adherence to restricted diets in people with functional bowel disorders

Mrs Tanya Osicka, Dr Emily Kothe, Prof Lina Ricciardelli

(2015), Vol. 92, pp. 143-155, Appetite, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Food hygiene knowledge in adolescents and young adults

Barbara Mullan, Cara Wong, Jemma Todd, Esther Davis, Dr Emily Kothe

(2015), Vol. 117, pp. 50-61, British food journal, Bradford, Eng., C1

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Explaining the intention-behaviour gap in gluten-free diet adherence: the moderating roles of habit and perceived behavioural control

Dr Emily Kothe, Kirby Sainsbury, Lauren Smith, Barbara Mullan

(2015), Vol. 20, pp. 580-591, Journal of health psychology, London, Eng., C1

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2014

Acceptability of a theory of planned behaviour email-based nutrition intervention

Dr Emily Kothe, B. A. Mullan

(2014), Vol. 29, pp. 81-90, Health promotion international, Oxford, England, C1-1

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Acceptability of a theory of planned behaviour email-based nutrition intervention

Dr Emily Kothe, B. A. Mullan

(2014), Vol. 29, pp. 81-90, Health promotion international, Oxford, England, C1-1

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A randomised controlled trial of a theory of planned behaviour to increase fruit and vegetable consumption : Fresh facts

Dr Emily Kothe, Barbara Mullan

(2014), Vol. 78, pp. 68-75, Appetite, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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An examination of the demographic predictors of adolescent breakfast consumption, content, and context

Barbara Mullan, Cara Wong, Dr Emily Kothe, Kathleen OMoore, Kristen Pickles, K Sainsbury

(2014), Vol. 14, pp. 1-9, BMC Public Health, London, England, C1

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Factors affecting acceptability of an email-based intervention to increase fruit and vegetable consumption

Dr Emily Kothe, Barbara Mullan

(2014), Vol. 14, pp. 1-7, BMC public health, London, England, C1

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A meta-analysis of the effects of measuring theory of planned behaviour constructs on behaviour within prospective studies

Evon Mankarious, Dr Emily Kothe

(2014), Vol. 9, pp. 190-204, Health psychology review, Oxford, Eng., C1

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2013

Predicting adolescent breakfast consumption in the UK and Australia using an extended theory of planned behaviour

B. A. Mullan, Cara Wong, Dr Emily Kothe

(2013), Vol. 62, pp. 127-132, Appetite, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1-1

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Predicting adolescents’ safe food handling using an extended theory of planned behavior

B. A. Mullan, Cara Wong, Dr Emily Kothe

(2013), Vol. 31, pp. 454-460, Food control, Oxford, England, C1-1

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Increasing the frequency of breakfast consumption

Dr Emily Kothe, B. A. Mullan

(2013), Vol. 113, pp. 784-796, British food journal, Bingley, England, C1-1

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Dissonance-based interventions for health behaviour change : a systematic review

Tanya Freijy, Dr Emily Kothe

(2013), Vol. 18, pp. 310-337, British journal of health psychology, Chichester, England, C1

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Predicting breakfast consumption: a comparison of the theory of planned behaviour and the health action process approach

B. A. Mullan, Cara Wong, Dr Emily Kothe, Carolyn MacCann

(2013), Vol. 115, pp. 1638-1657, British food journal, Bingley, England, C1-1

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Self-regulation and the intention behaviour gap. Exploring dietary behaviours in university students

Barbara Mullan, Vanessa Allom, Amy Brogan, Dr Emily Kothe, Jemma Todd

(2013), Vol. 73, pp. 7-14, Appetite, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2012

Promoting fruit and vegetable consumption. Testing an intervention based on the theory of planned behaviour

Dr Emily Kothe, B. A. Mullan, Prof Phyllis Butow

(2012), Vol. 58, pp. 997-1004, Appetite, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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2011

Smokers and ex-smokers reaction to anti-smoking advertising : a mixed methods approach

Dr Emily Kothe, B. A. Mullan

(2011), Vol. 2, pp. 29-37, ORBIT : University of Sydney undergraduate research journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1-1

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Perceptions of fruit and vegetable dietary guidelines among Australian young adults

Dr Emily Kothe, B. A. Mullan

(2011), Vol. 68, pp. 262-266, Nutrition and dietetics, Melbourne, Vic., C1-1

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Randomised controlled trial of a brief theory-based intervention promoting breakfast consumption

Dr Emily Kothe, B. A. Mullan, Rajith Amaratunga

(2011), Vol. 56, pp. 148-155, Appetite, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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2010

Evaluating a nursing communication skills training course : the relationships between self-rated ability, satisfaction, and actual performance

B. A. Mullan, Dr Emily Kothe

(2010), Vol. 10, pp. 374-378, Nurse education in practice, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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A web-based formative assessment tool for Masters students : a pilot study

Dr Daniel Costa, B. A. Mullan, Dr Emily Kothe, Prof Phyllis Butow

(2010), Vol. 54, pp. 1248-1253, Computers and education, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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Impact of medical Qigong on quality of life, fatigue, mood and inflammation in cancer patients : a randomized controlled trial

B. Oh, Prof Phyllis Butow, B. A. Mullan, Stephen J. Clarke, P. Beale, Nick Pavlakis, Dr Emily Kothe, L. Lam, David S. Rosenthal

(2010), Vol. 21, pp. 608-614, Annals of oncology, Oxford, England, C1-1

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