Davies EL, Joshi MS, '"Here’s to a night of drunken mistakes": Exploring experiences, regrets and optimism in young adult drinkers'
Substance Use & Misuse 53 (13) (2018) pp.2174-2183
ISSN: 1082-6084 eISSN: 1532-2491
Joshi MS, MacLean M, Stevens C, 'Accident frequency and unrealistic optimism: children's assessment of risk'
Accident Analysis & Prevention 111 (2018) pp.142-146
ISSN: 0001-4575 eISSN: 1879-2057
Joshi MS, Stevens C, 'Implicit attitudes to organ donor registration: altruism and distaste'
Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine 5 (1) (2016) pp.14-28
Teyhan A, Cornish R, Boyd A, Joshi MS, Macleod J, 'The impact of cycle proficiency training on cycle-related behaviours and accidents in adolescence: findings from ALSPAC, a UK longitudinal cohort'
BMC Public Health 16 (2016)
ISSN: 1471-2458 eISSN: 1471-2458
Teyhan A, Cornish R, Macleod J, Boyd A, Doerner R, Joshi MS, 'An evaluation of the impact of "Lifeskills" training on road safety,substance use and hospital attendance in adolescence'
Accident Analysis and Prevention 86 (2016) pp.108-113
ISSN: 0001-4575 eISSN: 1879-2057
Joshi MS, Carter W, 'Unrealistic optimism: east and west?'
FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY 4 (2013) pp.1-15
Joshi M S, Lamb R, 'Less is more. Possible ways to improve tuition of the recovery position'
Emergency Medicine Journal 29 (8) (2011) pp.679-682
Joshi M, 'Whose decision is it? Organ donation attitudes among young UK South Asians'
Psychological Studies 56 (1) (2011) pp.86-97
ISSN: 0033-2968 eISSN: 0974-9861
Joshi M, Lalvani A, ''Home from home': risk perceptions, malaria and the use of chemoprophylaxis among UK South Asians'
Ethnicity and Health 15 (4) (2010) pp.365-375
Lamb R, Joshi MS, Carter W, Matthews A, 'Children's Acquisition and Retention of Safety Skills: the Lifeskills Program'
Injury Prevention 12 (3) (2006) pp.161-165
ISSN: 1353-8047 eISSN: 1475-5785
Joshi MS, MacLean M, Carter W, 'Childrens Journey to School: Spatial Skills, Knowledge and Perceptions of the Environment'
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 17 (1) (1999) pp.125-139
Joshi MS, MacLean M, 'Maternal Expectations of Child Development in India, Japan, and England'
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 28 (2) (1997) pp.219-234
Joshi MS, MacLean M, 'Indian and English Childrens Understanding of the Distinction Between Real and Apparent Emotion'
Child Development 65 (5) (1994) pp.1372-1384
ISSN: 0009-3920 eISSN: 1467-8624
M S Joshi & G P Smith (1992) Cyclists under threat - a survey of Oxford cyclists’ perceptions of risk. Health Education Journal51(4) 188-191
M S Joshi, K Beckett & A Macfarlane (1994) Cycle helmet wearing teenagers – do health beliefs influence behaviour? Archives of Disease in Childhood71 536-539
M S Joshi & M MacLean (1994) Indian and English children's understanding of the distinction between real and apparent emotion. Child Development65 1364-76
M S Joshi (1995) Lay explanations of the causes of diabetes in India and the UK. In I M Markova & R M Farr (Eds.) Representations of Health, Illness & Handicap, Harwood, pp 163-188
M S Joshi & M MacLean (1995) Parental attitudes to children’s journeys to school. World Transport Policy & Practice1(4) 29-36
R Lamb & M S Joshi (1996) The stage model and processes of change in dietary fat reduction Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics9 43-53
M S Joshi & M MacLean (1997) Maternal expectations of child development in India, Japan, and England. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology28(2) 219-234
M S Joshi, M MacLean & W Carter (1997) Children’s journeys to school – new data and further comments. World Transport Policy & Practice3(4) 17-22
M S Joshi (1998) Adherence in ethnic minorities: the case of South Asians in Britain. In L Myers & K Midence (Eds.). Adherence to Treatment in Medical Conditions, Harwood, pp 255-284
M S Joshi & M Krishna (1998) English and North American daughters-in-law in the Hindu joint family. In R Breger & R Hill (Eds.) Cross-Cultural Marriage : Identity and Choice Berg, pp 171-191
M S Joshi & V Senior (1998) Journey to work - the potential for modal shift.
Health Education Journal, 57, 212-223
M S Joshi & R Lamb (2000) New foods for old? The diet of South Asians in the UK. Psychology and Developing Societies, 12(1), 83-103
M S Joshi, V Senior & G P Smith (2001) A diary study of the risk perceptions of
road users. Health, Risk & Society, 3(3), 261-279
G Cowburn, M S Joshi, R M Lamb & A Matthews (2003) An Evaluation of the Lifeskills Learning for Living Programme, (ISBN 0 7176 2794 2) HSE Books, (available at
R Lamb & M S Joshi (2004) Active but not consistent – Dietary behaviour and the Stages of Change Model, Psychology & Health, 19 (5), 543-559
M S Joshi, V R Joshi & R Lamb (2005) The Prisoners’ Dilemma and City-Centre Traffic, Oxford Economic Papers, 57, 70-89
M S Joshi & R Lamb (2005) Obituary – Michael Argyle. Computers in Human Behavior, ISSN 0747-5632
M S Joshi (2011) Whose decision is it? Organ donation attitudes among young UK South Asians. Psychological Studies, 56(1), 86-97
M S Joshi & R Lamb (2012) Less is more. Possible ways to improve tuition of the recovery position, Emergency Medicine Journal, 29, 679-682
M S Joshi & W Carter (2013) Unrealistic optimism: east and west? Frontiers in Cultural Psychology,