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Health Psychology Update Vol 10 No 4 2001

Health Psychology Update Vol 10 No 4 2001

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of health psychology.


 

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Contents

Editorial
Claire Hallas & Rachel Murrell

Using photography in health-related research
Alan Radley

Mixing theories: (how) can qualitative and quantitative health psychology research be combined?
Lucy Yardley

Cognitive interviewing: What use is it to health psychologists?
Joanne Greenhalgh

Qualitative health research and the researcher as interpreter
Kerry Chamberlain

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
Mary Breheny

Addressing the impact of chronic pain on sexual relationships: Listening to patients
Joanne Regan & Rosemary Rowley

Interpretative phenomenological analysis and sexual health
Barbara Duncan

Why use interpretative phenomenological analysis in health psychology?
Rachel Shaw

Promoting cultural awareness and sensitivity in general health care settings
Rosanna Rooney & Bernadette Wright

Living with multiple sclerosis: Further roles for health psychology
Frances Reynolds

Centre for Appearance & Disfigurement Research: Making a difference through research
Nicky Rumsey & Diana Harcourt

Research in Brief

Journals Update

Book Reviews

Books for Review

Forthcoming Events

 

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