Jutta Mata
Jutta Mata
Professor of Health Psychology, University of Mannheim
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TitleCited byYear
Mediators of weight loss and weight loss maintenance in middle‐aged women
PJ Teixeira, MN Silva, SR Coutinho, AL Palmeira, J Mata, PN Vieira, ...
Obesity 18 (4), 725-735, 2010
3542010
Motivation, self-determination, and long-term weight control
PJ Teixeira, MN Silva, J Mata, AL Palmeira, D Markland
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 9 (1), 22, 2012
2602012
Public knowledge of benefits of breast and prostate cancer screening in Europe
G Gigerenzer, J Mata, R Frank
Journal of the National Cancer Institute 101 (17), 1216-1220, 2009
2472009
Motivational “spill-over” during weight control: Increased self-determination and exercise intrinsic motivation predict eating self-regulation.
J Mata, MN Silva, PN Vieira, EV Carraça, AM Andrade, SR Coutinho, ...
Health Psychology 28 (6), 709, 2009
2432009
Exercise holds immediate benefits for affect and cognition in younger and older adults.
CL Hogan, J Mata, LL Carstensen
Psychology and aging 28 (2), 587, 2013
1662013
Walk on the bright side: physical activity and affect in major depressive disorder.
J Mata, RJ Thompson, SM Jaeggi, M Buschkuehl, J Jonides, IH Gotlib
Journal of abnormal psychology 121 (2), 297, 2012
1432012
The everyday emotional experience of adults with major depressive disorder: Examining emotional instability, inertia, and reactivity.
RJ Thompson, J Mata, SM Jaeggi, M Buschkuehl, J Jonides, IH Gotlib
Journal of abnormal psychology 121 (4), 819, 2012
1392012
To give or not to give: Children’s and adolescents’ sharing and moral negotiations in economic decision situations
M Gummerum, M Keller, M Takezawa, J Mata
Child Development 79 (3), 562-576, 2008
1362008
Maladaptive coping, adaptive coping, and depressive symptoms: Variations across age and depressive state
RJ Thompson, J Mata, SM Jaeggi, M Buschkuehl, J Jonides, IH Gotlib
Behaviour Research and Therapy 48 (6), 459-466, 2010
1302010
BDNF genotype moderates the relation between physical activity and depressive symptoms.
J Mata, RJ Thompson, IH Gotlib
Health psychology 29 (2), 130, 2010
1092010
Emotion-network density in major depressive disorder
ML Pe, K Kircanski, RJ Thompson, LF Bringmann, F Tuerlinckx, ...
Clinical Psychological Science 3 (2), 292-300, 2015
1072015
Feeling blue or turquoise? Emotional differentiation in major depressive disorder
E Demiralp, RJ Thompson, J Mata, SM Jaeggi, M Buschkuehl, LF Barrett, ...
Psychological science 23 (11), 1410-1416, 2012
1002012
The effect of physical activity on weight loss is mediated by eating self-regulation
AM Andrade, SR Coutinho, MN Silva, J Mata, PN Vieira, CS Minderico, ...
Patient Education and Counseling 79 (3), 320-326, 2010
862010
Why we eat what we eat: the role of autonomous motivation in eating behaviour regulation
PJ Teixeira, H Patrick, J Mata
Nutrition Bulletin 36 (1), 102-107, 2011
742011
Predictors of psychological well-being during behavioral obesity treatment in women
PN Vieira, J Mata, MN Silva, SR Coutinho, TC Santos, CS Minderico, ...
Journal of obesity 2011, 2010
512010
Beyond emotional benefits: Physical activity and sedentary behaviour affect psychosocial resources through emotions
CL Hogan, LI Catalino, J Mata, BL Fredrickson
Psychology & health 30 (3), 354-369, 2015
492015
When weight management lasts. Lower perceived rule complexity increases adherence
J Mata, PM Todd, S Lippke
Appetite 54 (1), 37-43, 2010
472010
Acute exercise attenuates negative affect following repeated sad mood inductions in persons who have recovered from depression.
J Mata, CL Hogan, J Joormann, CE Waugh, IH Gotlib
Journal of abnormal psychology 122 (1), 45, 2013
462013
Transparent communication of health risks: Overcoming cultural differences
R Garcia-Retamero, M Galesic
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
412013
Predicting children's meal preferences: How much do parents know?
J Mata, B Scheibehenne, PM Todd
Appetite 50 (2-3), 367-375, 2008
402008
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