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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 29, Number 2, 1 February 2014

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Living with a pituitary tumour: A narrative analysis
pp. 162-176(15)
Authors: Simpson, Jane; Heath, James; Wall, Gemma

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Postsurgical physical activity and fatigue-related daily interference in women with non-metastatic breast cancer
pp. 177-198(22)
Authors: Stagl, Jamie M.; Antoni, Michael H.; Lechner, Suzanne C.; Carver, Charles S.; Lewis, John E.

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The role of self-aspects in emotions elicited by threats to physical health
pp. 199-217(19)
Authors: Uskul, Ayse K.; Hynie, Michaela

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Engagement with meditation as a positive health trajectory: Divergent narratives of progress in male meditators
pp. 218-236(19)
Authors: Lomas, Tim; Ridge, Damien; Cartwright, Tina; Edginton, Trudi

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Visualisation for increasing health intentions: Enhanced effects following a health message and when using a first-person perspective
pp. 237-252(16)
Authors: Rennie, Laura; Uskul, Ayse K.; Adams, Catherine; Appleton, Katherine

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