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Reproduction and parenting

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.

Harris, R., & Lindsey, C (2002). How professionals think about contact between children and their birth parents. Clinical Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 7, 147-161.

Holt, R.E., & Slade, P. (2002). Living without a vagina and womb: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of vaginal agenesis. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 20, 185-185.

Holt, RE and Slade, P (2003) Living with an incomplete vagina and womb: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of vaginal agenesis. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 8, 19-33.

Johnson, S., Burrows, A. & Williamson, I. (2004). 'Does my bump look big in this?' The meaning of bodily changes for first time mothers-to-be. Journal of Health Psychology, 9, 361-374.

Maker, C., & Odgen, J. (2003). The miscarriage experience: more than just a trigger to psychological morbidity? Psychology and Health, 18, 403-415.

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.

Seamark, C.L., & Longs, P. (2004).Positive experiences of teenage motherhood: A qualitative study. British Journal of General Practice, 54, 813-818

Shaw R., Wallace, L. and Bansal, M. (2003) Is breast best? Perceptions of infant feeding. Community Practitioner, 76, 299-303.

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. (1994) Towards reflexive practice: engaging participants as co-researchers or co-analysts in psychological inquiry. Journal of Community  & Applied Social Psychology, 4, 253-260.

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.

Stuart-Smith S, Smith JA and EJ Scott  (2012) To know or not to know? Dilemmas for women receiving unknown oocyte donation. Human Reproduction (online)

Touroni, E., & Coyle, A. (2002). Decision making in planned lesbian parenting: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 12, 194-209.

Turner A.J., and 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.