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Alexander, N., & Clare, L. (2004). You still feel different: the experience and meaning of women's self injury in the context of a lesbian or bisexual identity. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 14, 70-84.

Chryssochoou, X. (2000). Memberships in a super-ordinate level. Re-thinking European Union as a multi-national society. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 10, 403-420 

Clare, L. (2003). Managing threats to self: awareness in early stage Alzheimer’s disease. Social Science and Medicine, 57, 1017-1029.

Coyle, A., & Rafalin, D. (2000). Jewish gay men’s accounts of negotiating cultural, religious and sexual identity. Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality, 12, 21-48.

de Visser R., & Smith JA. (2006). Mister in between: a case study of masculine identity and health-related behaviour. Journal of Health Psychology, 11, 685-695.

Eatough, V., & Smith, J.A .(2006). I was like a wild wild person: Understanding feelings of anger using interpretative phenomenological analysis. British Journal of Psychology, 97, 483-498.

Lavallee, D., & Robinson, H.K. (2007). In pursuit of an identity: A qualitative exploration of retirement from women’s artistic gymnastics. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 8, 119-141.

Osborn M., & Smith, J.A. (2006). Living with a body separate from the self. The experience of the body in chronic benign low back pain: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Scandinavian Journal for Caring Sciences, 20, 216-22.

Pearce, A., Clare, L., & Pistrang, N. (2002). Managing sense of self: coping in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. Dementia, 1, 173-192.

Reynolds, F., & Prior, S. (2006).The role of art-making in identity maintenance: Case studies of people living with cancer. European Journal of Cancer Care, 15, 333-341.

Riggs, E., & Coyle, A. (2002). Young people’s accounts of homelessness: a case-study of psychological well being and identity. Counselling Psychology Review, 17, 3, 5-15.

Smith, J.A. (1994). Reconstructing selves: an analysis of discrepancies between women’s contemporaneous & retrospective accounts of the transition to motherhood. British Journal of Psychology, 85,  371-392.

Smith, J.A. (1995). Qualitative methods,  identity and transition to motherhood. The Psychologist, 8, 122-125.

Smith, J.A. (1999). Identity development during the transition to motherhood: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 17, 281-300.

Smith, J.A. (1999). Towards a relational self: social engagement during pregnancy and psychological preparation for motherhood. British Journal of Social Psychology, 38, 409-426.

Timotigevic, L., & Breakwell, G.M. (2000). Migration and threat to identity. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 10, 355-372.

Turner A.J., & Coyle, A. (2000). What does it mean to be a donor offspring? The identity experiences of adults conceived by donor insemination and the implications for counselling and therapy. Human Reproduction, 15, 2041-2051.

Vignoles, V. L., Chryssochoou, X., & Breakwell, G.M., (2004).Combining individuality and relatedness: Representations of the person among the Anglican clergy. British Journal of Social Psychology, 43, 113–132.