Items where Author is "Mullan, Elaine"

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Article

Mullan, Elaine (2013) Exercise, Weather, Safety, and Public Attitudes: A Qualitative Exploration of Leisure Cyclists’ Views on Cycling for Transport. Sage Open, 3. pp. 1-9.

Mullan, Elaine (2012) Swapping the lycra for the suit: determinants of cycling for transport among leisure cyclists in Ireland. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education. ISSN 14635240

Stratton, Gareth and Mullan, Elaine (2005) The effect of multicolor playground markings on children’s physical activity level during recess. Preventive Medicine, 41. pp. 828-833.

Mullan, Elaine (2003) Do you think that your local area is a good place for young people to grow up? The effects of traffic and car parking on young people’s views. Health & Place, 9. pp. 351-360.

Mullan, Elaine and NicGabhainn, Saoirse (2002) Self-esteem and health-risk behaviours: Is there a link? Irish Journal of Psychology, 2002 (1-2). pp. 27-36.

Book Section

Mullan, Elaine and Lodge, Jean (2010) Active transport to school: ideals and realities. In: The SPorting, Leisure and Lifestyle Patters of Irish Adolescents: the Impact of the Celtic Tiger years. Liffey Press, pp. 85-106. ISBN 9781905785926

Conference or Workshop Item

Mullan, Elaine and Jones, Peter (2015) The impact of cycle skills training on cycling confidence and behaviour. In: PEPAYS (physical education physical activity and youth sport, June 9th 2015, University of Limerick.

Mullan, Elaine and Nugent, Seamus (2014) Driver attitudes to cyclists in an Irish city: a positive outlook for the future? In: Cycling & Society Annual Symposium, Newcastle, 15-16th September 2014. (Unpublished)

Mullan, Elaine and Groot, Margriet (2014) Obsessing on safety: teenage girls attitudes to cycling. In: cycling & Society Annual Symposium, Newcastle, UK, 15-16th September, 2014. (Unpublished)

Mullan, Elaine (2014) Promoting sustainable active transport using multi-level interventions. In: Institute of Public Health Annual Conference, October 14th-15th 2014, Belfast. (Unpublished)

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