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Baillie, C., Smith, J.A., Hewison, J. and Mason, G. (2000) Ultrasound screening for chromosomal abnormality: Women's reactions to false positive results. British Journal of Health Psychology, 5 377-394.  

Chapman, E. (2002) The social and ethical implications of changing medical technologies: the views of people living with genetic conditions. Journal of Health Psychology, 7, 195-206. 

Dancyger C,  Smith JA, Jacobs C, Wallace M, Michie S (2010) Comparing family members’ motivations and attitudes towards genetic testing for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer: a qualitative analysis. European Journal of Human Genetics, 18, 1289-1295.

Kay, E. and Kingston, H. (2002) Feelings associated with being a carrier and characteristics of reproductive decision making in women known to be carriers of X-linked conditions. Journal of Health Psychology, 7, 169-182.

Macleod, R., Booth, K. and Crauford, D. (2002) Patients’ perceptions of what makes genetic counselling effective: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Health Psychology, 7, 145-156.

Michie, S., Smith, J.A., Heaversedge, J. and Read, S. (1999). Genetic counseling: clinical geneticists' views. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 8, 275-287.

Michie, S., Smith, JA, Senior, S., and Marteau, T.  (2003) Understanding why negative genetic test results sometimes fail to reassure. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 119A, 340-7.

Robson, F. (2002) ‘Yes!- a chance to tell my side of the story’: a case study of a male partner of a woman undergoing termination of pregnancy for foetal abnormality. Journal of Health Psychology, 7, 183-194.

Senior, V., Smith, J.A., Michie, S. and Marteau, T. (2002) Making sense of risk: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of heart vulnerability to heart disease. Journal of Health Psychology, 7, 157-168.

Smith, J. A., Brewer, H., Eatough, V., Stanley, C., Glendinning, N. & Quarrell, O. (2006). The personal experience of Juvenile Huntington's Disease: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of parents' accounts of the primary features of a rare genetic condition. Clinical Genetics, 69, 486-496.

Smith JA, Dancyger C, Wallace M, Jacobs C, Michie S (2011) The Development of a Methodology for Examining the Process of Family Communication of Genetic Test Results. Journal of Genetic Counselling, 20, 23-34.

Smith, J.A., Michie, S., Allanson, A. and Elwy, R. (2000) Certainty and uncertainty in genetic counselling: a qualitative case study. Psychology & Health, 15, 1-12.

Smith, J.A., Michie, S., Stephenson, M. and Quarrell, O. (2002) Risk perception and decision-making processes in candidates for the genetic test for Huntington’s Disease: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Health Psychology, 7,131-144.