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Psychosocial aspects of oncoplastic breast conservation (2008)
Book Chapter
Harcourt, D. (2008). Psychosocial aspects of oncoplastic breast conservation. In A. Losken, & M. Hamdi (Eds.), Partial Breast Reconstruction: Techniques in Oncoplastic SurgeryQuality Medical Publishing

Deconstructing body weight and weight management (2008)
Book Chapter
Malson, H. (2008). Deconstructing body weight and weight management. In S. Riley, M. Burns, H. Frith, S. Wiggins, & P. Markula (Eds.), Critical Bodies: Representation, Practices and Identities of Weight and Body ManagementPalgrave Macmillan

Living with a cleft (2008)
Presentation / Conference
Rumsey, N. (2008, October). Living with a cleft. Presented at Scancleft

The psychology of appearance: why health psychologists should “do looks” (2008)
Journal Article
Rumsey, N. (2008). The psychology of appearance: why health psychologists should “do looks”

Societal interest in appearance has a long history, but has never been more prevalent than now. Messages associating physical attractiveness with success and happiness are unremitting; researchers and commentators consider that extensive, and for... Read More about The psychology of appearance: why health psychologists should “do looks”.

'Who would take whose name?' Accounts of naming practices in same-sex relationships (2008)
Journal Article
Clarke, V., Burns, M., & Burgoyne, C. (2008). 'Who would take whose name?' Accounts of naming practices in same-sex relationships. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 18(5), 420-439. https://doi.org/10.1002/casp.936

The practice of a woman assuming her husband's last name upon marriage is a deeply embedded norm in some countries. Whether or not individual heterosexual couples reproduce or resist this practice, it provides a context for making decisions about mar... Read More about 'Who would take whose name?' Accounts of naming practices in same-sex relationships.

Speaking of home truth: (Re)productions of dyadic-containment in non-monogamous relationships (2008)
Journal Article
Finn, M., & Malson, H. (2008). Speaking of home truth: (Re)productions of dyadic-containment in non-monogamous relationships. British Journal of Social Psychology, 47(3), 519-533. https://doi.org/10.1348/014466607X248921

This paper is a critical exploration of the discursive and socio-historical practice of 'dyadic-containment' as a principle index for how we know, experience, and authenticate romantic relationships. Making intelligible an 'authentic' relationship as... Read More about Speaking of home truth: (Re)productions of dyadic-containment in non-monogamous relationships.

Intimacy: development of a new measure (2008)
Presentation / Conference
Clarke, A., Payne, E., Moss, T., & Walsh, E. (2008, July). Intimacy: development of a new measure. Paper presented at Appearance Matters 3 Conference

Women's experiences of an altered appearance during chemotherapy: An indication of cancer status (2008)
Journal Article
Harcourt, D., & Frith, H. (2008). Women's experiences of an altered appearance during chemotherapy: An indication of cancer status. Journal of Health Psychology, 13(5), 597-606. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105308090932

This study explores breast cancer patients' experiences of chemotherapy treatment, with a focus on the impact of an altered appearance during this time. We present two key themes from the thematic analysis of interviews with 19 women: anxiety that ch... Read More about Women's experiences of an altered appearance during chemotherapy: An indication of cancer status.