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Embodying sexual subjectivity after cancer: A qualitative study of people with cancer and intimate partners
Gilbert, Emilee; Ussher, Jane M.; Perz, Janette
HIV voluntary counselling and testing among recently initiated and traditionally circumcised men in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa
Nyembezi, Anam; Ruiter, Robert A.C.; van den Borne, Bart; Sifunda, Sibusiso; Funani, Itumeleng; Reddy, Priscilla
Self-blame attributions, control appraisals and distress among cardiac rehabilitation patients
Bennett, Kymberley K.; Howarter, Alisha D.; Clark, Jillian M.R.
Patients’ and practitioners’ views on health behaviour change: A qualitative study
Elwell, Laura; Povey, Rachel; Grogan, Sarah; Allen, Candia; Prestwich, Andrew
Content validity of the illness perceptions questionnaire – revised among people with type 2 diabetes: A think-aloud study
McCorry, Noleen K.; Scullion, Laura; McMurray, Claire M.; Houghton, Rebecca; Dempster, Martin
Double trouble: restrained eaters do not eat less and feel worse
de Witt Huberts, Jessie C.; Evers, Catharine; de Ridder, Denise T.D.
Expressive disclosure to improve well-being in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: A randomised, controlled trial
Averill, Alyssa J.; Kasarskis, Edward J.; Segerstrom, Suzanne C.
Eating styles in the morbidly obese: Restraint eating, but not emotional and external eating, predicts dietary behaviour
Brogan, Amy; Hevey, David