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IPA and Visual Images

Boden Z & Eatough V (2014) Understanding More Fully: A Multimodal Hermeneutic-Phenomenological . Qualitative Research in Psychology, 11,160-177.

Boden Z, Larkin M, Iyer M (2019) Picturing ourselves in the world: Drawings, interpretative phenomenological analysis and the relational mapping interview. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 16, 218-236.

Burton, A., Hughes, M., & Dempsey, R. C. (2017). Quality of life research: a case for combining photo-elicitation with interpretative phenomenological analysis. Qualitative Research in Psychology14(4), 375-393.

Kirkham, J. A., Smith, J. A., & Havsteen-Franklin, D. (2015). Painting pain: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of representations of living with chronic pain. Health Psychology34(4), 398.

Nizza, I. E., Smith, J. A., & Kirkham, J. A. (2018). ‘Put the illness in a box’: a longitudinal interpretative phenomenological analysis of changes in a sufferer’s pictorial representations of pain following participation in a pain management programme. British journal of pain12(3), 163-170.

Shinebourne, P., & Smith, J. A. (2011). Images of addiction and recovery: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of addiction and recovery as expressed in visual images. Drugs: education, prevention and policy18(5), 313-322.