Paula Reavey
Paula Reavey
Professor of Psychology, London South Bank University
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Visual Methods in Psychology: Using and interpreting images in qualitative research
P Reavey
Routledge, 2011
Psychology, mental health and distress
J Cromby, D Harper, P Reavey
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2013
Visual approaches: Using and interpreting images
P Reavey, K Johnson
The SAGE handbook of qualitative research in psychology, 296-314, 2008
Painting pictures of embodied experience: The use of nonverbal data production for the study of embodiment
V Gillies, A Harden, K Johnson, P Reavey, V Strange, C Willig
Qualitative research in psychology 2 (3), 199-212, 2005
Researching “experience”: Embodiment, methodology, process
SD Brown, J Cromby, DJ Harper, K Johnson, P Reavey
Theory & Psychology 21 (4), 493-515, 2011
New feminist stories of child sexual abuse: Sexual scripts and dangerous dialogue
P Reavey, S Warner
Routledge, 2003
Vital memory and affect: Living with a difficult past
S Brown, P Reavey
Routledge, 2015
Women's collective constructions of embodied practices through memory work: Cartesian dualism in memories of sweating and pain
V Gillies, A Harden, K Johnson, P Reavey, V Strange, C Willig
British Journal of Social Psychology 43 (1), 99-112, 2004
Constructions ofCulture'in accounts of South Asian women survivors of sexual violence
B Ahmed, P Reavey, A Majumdar
Feminism & Psychology 19 (1), 7-28, 2009
The return to experience: Psychology and the visual
P Reavey
Visual methods in psychology, 40-52, 2012
‘How can we help when she won't tell us what's wrong?’Professionals working with South Asian women who have experienced sexual abuse
P Reavey, B Ahmed, A Majumdar
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 16 (3), 171-188, 2006
Transforming past agency and action in the present: Time, social remembering and child sexual abuse
P Reavey, SD Brown
Theory & Psychology 16 (2), 179-202, 2006
Parental accounts regarding the physical punishment of children: Discourses of dis/empowerment
B Gough, P Reavey
Child abuse & neglect 21 (5), 417-430, 1997
The mediating role of objects in recollections of adult women survivors of child sexual abuse
P Reavey, SD Brown
Culture & Psychology 15 (4), 463-484, 2009
Vicarious and post‐memory practices in adopting families: The re‐production of the past through photography and narrative
H Brookfield, SD Brown, P Reavey
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 18 (5), 474-491, 2008
The scenes and spaces of anxiety: Embodied expressions of distress in public and private fora
L McGrath, P Reavey, SD Brown
Emotion, Space and Society 1 (1), 56-64, 2008
Dis/locating blame: Survivors' constructions of self and sexual abuse
P Reavey, B Gough
Sexualities 3 (3), 325-346, 2000
“He's a good-looking chap aint he?”: Narrative and visualisations of self in body dysmorphic disorder
J Silver, P Reavey
Social Science & Medicine 70 (10), 1641-1647, 2010
When past meets present to produce a sexual ‘other’: examining professional and everyday narratives of child sexual abuse and sexuality
P Reavey
New Feminist Stories of Child Sexual Abuse, 160-178, 2003
Memory matters: Contexts for understanding sexual abuse recollections
J Haaken, P Reavey
Routledge, 2009
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