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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of health psychology.
Claire Hallas & Rachel Murrell
Using photography in health-related research
Mixing theories: (how) can qualitative and quantitative health psychology research be combined?
Cognitive interviewing: What use is it to health psychologists?
Qualitative health research and the researcher as interpreter
Q-methodology: Pragmatic considerations and epistemological concerns
Angela McNaught & Christina Howard
Explaining illness as a discursive strategy
Wendy Stainton Rogers
Health professionals' constructions of adolescent mothers: Using social constructionist approaches in health research
Addressing the impact of chronic pain on sexual relationships: Listening to patients
Joanne Regan & Rosemary Rowley
Interpretative phenomenological analysis and sexual health
Why use interpretative phenomenological analysis in health psychology?
Promoting cultural awareness and sensitivity in general health care settings
Rosanna Rooney & Bernadette Wright
Living with multiple sclerosis: Further roles for health psychology
Centre for Appearance & Disfigurement Research: Making a difference through research
Nicky Rumsey & Diana Harcourt
Research in Brief
Books for Review
Series: Health Psychology Update