In The News: Examples of News and Magazine Features

I was interviewed for the current March 2012 edition of Next Magazine. The Body Image issue. Look for my section on page 35 and other quotes sprinkled throughout the cover article

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Quoted in news article about body image study. Yahoo News version. MSN version.

These are either articles I’ve written for magazines or articles in which I’ve been quoted.

The links to the articles are in blue. Most are pdf files so might take time to load.

Quoted in Women’s Health Magazine Jan 2012? Article about Drama Queens – Insert article here.

Quoted in Women’s Health Magazine Dec 2011

Women’s Health Dec 2011 Article.

Quoted in NEXT Magazine Sept 2011? – I can’t control my anger. Liz Nowosad. Insert article here.

Quoted in Good Health Magazine June 2011

Good Health Article.

Some of the Magazine Articles I’ve Written

“It’s the Thought that Counts” Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach to Dieting. Fitness Life Magazine.

Another article from Fitness Life Magazine


Coping with Dieting Lapses.


On the July Cover of Mindfood. Article about “The Science of Happiness”.

Article about “When a Close Friendship Ends” in Mindfood. The text is now available to read here on the Mindfood.com website.

Article about Expressing Thanks, Self Esteem, and Gratitude in Mindfood. The text is now available to read here on the Mindfood.com website.

Examples of Articles I’ve been Quoted In

The Art of Compromise Article Dec 2010.

Article about circadian rhythms and mood disorders in NEXT magazine, written by Liz Nowosad You can read the article by clicking on the previous link. A couple of related blog posts are here and here.

An article about “The Science of Heartbreak” from Women’s Health Magazine, written by Tara Ali.

An article about Coping with Disappointment from Women’s Health Magazine, written by Tara Ali. You can view it here.

Quoted in Prevention Magazine June 2010

Prevention magazine article.

Article called “The Ex Files” in Women’s Health Magazine, written by Alice Treloar. You can view it here.

Article called “Making an Entrance” about making a good impression at Black Tie Events in Fashion Quarterly (June 2010), written by Brigid Kelly. You can view it here.


Quoted in article in NEXT Magazine, written by Liz Nowosad. Here’s my quote. “The psychology PhD: Christchurch-based clinical psychology PhD Dr Alice Boyes says “When someone is feeling down, some of their thoughts are likely to be more negative than is warranted by reality,” she says. “You can turn overly negative thoughts into more balanced thoughts by uncovering evidence that the negative thought isn’t true. For example, if you think of yourself as a failure, what’s the evidence that you are NOT a failure?”


Interviewed for Emigrate Magazine UK About Relationship Communication and Making Major Life Decisions

Newspaper articles I’ve been quoted in

Article in The Christchurch Press newspaper called “Two Many Fingers Talking” about psychology of txting while driving – read free here.

Article in the NZ Herald “Herald on Sunday” edition called When Bridesmaids Go Bad. read free here

Another article in NZ Herald on Sunday called “Ten things I know about you” about relationships psychology. here.

Article in Melbourne newspaper The Age (Australia) called “Risking It All On Rugged Road to Adventure” about the psychology of taking risks while travelling (June 2010), article by Adam Carey

Articles About My Research

Link for – Article about my research on weight and relationships from Canterbury Magazine. by Breeze Robertson.

Link for – Article in NZ Herald about my research.
Link for – A fuller explanation of the results of the research from my blog.

Quoted as Relationships Expert in Press Release for Telecom

Two quotes from me in a press release for Telecom about internet dating –

http://www.telecom-media.co.nz/releases_detail.asp?id=3617&page=2&pagesize=10

Others

Women’s Health Australia asked me “How long is considered normal to grieve a dead pet?”

My answer
There’s no hard and fast rule. “It’s typical for people to experience their highest number of grief symptoms in the first six months, especially in the first one to two months after their pet has died,” says NZ-based social and clinical psychology PhD Dr Alice Boyes. “A recent study found a significant proportion of people had one or more grief symptoms remaining six months (35 per cent) and 12 months (22 per cent) after their pet died.” People who had a very strong bond with their pet, experience lots of stress, lack social support or feel anxiety about their human relationships have the hardest time coping with the loss. It’s worth visiting a counsellor if you’re not coping.

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