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An exploration of bisexual, lesbian, and heterosexual women's body dissatisfaction, and body hair and make-up practices (2017)
Journal Article
Hayfield, N., Halliwell, E., & Clarke, V. (2017). An exploration of bisexual, lesbian, and heterosexual women's body dissatisfaction, and body hair and make-up practices. Psychology of Sexualities Section Review, 8(2), 55-67

Body image pressures for heterosexual women are well established. However, lesbian body image is less well understood, while bisexual women have largely been overlooked with the psychological literature. Further, women's investment in ‘traditional’ a... Read More about An exploration of bisexual, lesbian, and heterosexual women's body dissatisfaction, and body hair and make-up practices.

Reflecting on bisexual identities and relationships: Nikki Hayfield in conversation with Annukka Lahti (2017)
Journal Article
Hayfield, N., & Lahti, A. (2017). Reflecting on bisexual identities and relationships: Nikki Hayfield in conversation with Annukka Lahti. Psychology of Sexualities Section Review, 8(2), 68-75

Annukka Lahti is a Doctoral Student (Gender Studies) in the Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland . Before starting her doctoral studies, she taught psychology at The Open University of the University of... Read More about Reflecting on bisexual identities and relationships: Nikki Hayfield in conversation with Annukka Lahti.

Thematic analysis (2017)
Book Chapter
Terry, G., Hayfield, N., Clarke, V., & Braun, V. (2017). Thematic analysis. In W. Stainton Rogers, & C. Willig (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research in Psychology, (17-37). (2nd). London: SAGE Publications

Qualitative story completion: A method with exciting promise (2017)
Book Chapter
Braun, V., Clarke, V., Hayfield, N., Moller, N. P., & Tischner, I. (2017). Qualitative story completion: A method with exciting promise. In P. Liamputtong (Ed.), Handbook of Research Methods in Health Social Sciences, 1-18. Springer

Story completion (SC) involves a researcher writing a story ‘stem’ or ‘cue’ – or more simply put, the start of a story, usually an opening sentence or two – and asking the participants to complete or continue the story. Most forms of qualitative data... Read More about Qualitative story completion: A method with exciting promise.