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Reprints of journal papers listed are available if you send an email request to Jonathan A Smith ja.smith@bbk.ac.uk

2019

  • Shahmoon S, Smith JA and Jahanshahi M (2019) The lived experiences of deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s disease: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Parkinson’s Disease. doi.org/10.1155/2019/1937235

2018

    Farr J, Blenkiron L, Harris R, Smith JA (2018) “It's my language, my culture and it's personal!” Migrant mothers' experience of language use and identity change in their relationship with their children: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Family Issues, 39, 3029-3054.

  • Huff J, Smith JA, Jesiek B,  Zoltowski C, Oakes W  (2018) Identity in engineering adulthood: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of early-career engineers in the United States as they transition to the workplace. Emerging Adulthood. DOI: 10.1177/2167696818780444
  • Nizza I, Smith JA, Kirkham J (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 Pain, 12, 163-170.
  • Rhodes JE, Hackney SJ, & Smith JA (2018) Emptiness, engulfment, and life struggle: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of chronic depression. Journal of Constructivist Psychology.    doi.org/10.1080/10720537.2018.1515046
  • Smith JA (2018) “Yes It Is Phenomenological”: A Reply to Max Van Manen’s Critique of Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Qualitative Health Research, 28, 1955–1958.

  • Smith JA (2018) Participants and researchers searching for meaning: conceptual developments for interpretative phenomenological analysis. Qualitative Research in Psychology. doi.org/10.1080/14780887.2018.1540648

  • Smith JA and Eatough V (2018) Introduction. Looking forward: conceptual and methodological developments in interpretative phenomenological analysis. Qualitative Research in Psychology.  doi.org/10.1080/14780887.2018.1540620

2017

2016

  • Hartie, K and Smith JA (2016) Five fathers’ experience of an adult son sustaining a cervical spinal cord injury: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Spinal Cord Series and Cases, 2. doi:10.1038/scsandc.2016.15.
  • Nizza, I.E., Britton, H. and Smith, J.A. (2016) ‘You have to die first’: exploring the thoughts and feelings on organ donation of English women who have not signed up to be donors. Journal of Health Psychology, 21, 650-660. DOI:1177/1359105314532974
  • Smith, J.A. (2016) Interpretative phenomenological analysis: getting at experience. In: B. Smith and A. Sparkes (eds), Routledge Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Sport and Exercise. Routledge.
  • Smith, J.A. and Eatough, V. (2016) Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: A. Coyle and E. Lyons (eds), Analysing Qualitative Data in Psychology, 2nd edition. London: Sage.
  • Spiers, J. and Smith, J.A. (2016) Waiting for a kidney from a deceased donor: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 21, 836-844.   DOI:10.1080/13548506.2015.1112415.
  • Spiers J and Smith JA (2016) Using Autobiographical Poetry as Data to Investigate the Experience of Living with End-Stage Renal Disease. In Galvin K and Prendergast M (eds) Poetic Inquiry II–Seeing, Caring, Understanding, 237-253. Springer.
  • Spiers, J., Smith, JA et al. (2016) The experience of antiretroviral treatment for Black West African women who are HIV positive and living in London: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. AIDS and Behavior, 20, 2151-2163. DOI 10.1007/s10461-015-1274-9.
  • Spiers, J., Smith, J.A., Simpson, P., Nicholls, A. (2016) The Treatment Experiences of People Living with Ileostomies: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 72, 2662-2671.
  • Spiers, J. and Smith, J.A. (2016) Waiting for a kidney from a deceased donor: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 21, 836-844.   DOI:10.1080/13548506.2015.1112415

2015

  • Jacobs, C., Dancyger, C., Smith, J.A., Michie, S. (2015) Accuracy of recall of information about a cancer predisposing BRCA1/2 gene mutation amongst patients and relatives. European Journal of Human Genetics, 23, 147-151.
  • Kirkham, J., Smith, J.A., Havsteen-Franklin, D. (2015) Painting pain: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of representations of living with chronic pain. Health Psychology, 34, 398-406.
  • Osborn, M. and Smith, JA. (2015) The personal experience of chronic benign lower back pain: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. British Journal of Pain, 9. Reprint of original paper published as British Journal of Health Psychology, 1998, 3, 65-83.
  • Smith, J.A. (ed.) (2015) Qualitative Psychology: A Practical Guide to Research Methods. London: Sage.
  • Smith, J.A. and Osborn, M. (2015) Interpretative phenomenological analysis as a useful methodology for research on the lived experience of pain. British Journal of Pain, 9, 41-42.
  • Smith, J.A. and Osborn, M. (2015) Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: J.A. Smith (ed.) Qualitative Psychology: A Practical Guide to Methods, 3rd edition. London: Sage.
  • Smith, J.A. and Rhodes, J. (2015) Being depleted and being shaken: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experiential features of a first episode of depression.  Psycholology and Psychotherapy, 88, 197-209.
  • Spiers, J., Smith, J.A. and Drage, M. (2015) A longitudinal interpretative phenomenological analysis of the process of kidney recipients' resolution of complex ambiguities within relationship with their living donor. Journal of Health Psychology, 21, 2600-2611. DOI: 10.1177/1359105315581070

2014

  • Doran, K. and Smith, J.A. (2014) Psychology people in profile: Professor Jonathan A Smith. PsyPag Quarterly, 90, 39-42. (interview)
  • Doran, K. and Smith, J.A. (2014) Psychology people in profile: Professor Jonathan A Smith (Part Two). PsyPag Quarterly, 92, 72-76. (interview)
  • Pietkiewicz, I. and Smith, J.A. (2014) A practical guide to using interpretative phenomenological analysis in qualitative research psychology, Psychological Journal, 20, 7-14.
  • Rodriguez, L. and Smith, J.A. (2014) Finding your own place: Young Men's Experience of Early Recovery from Addiction. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 12, 477-490.
  • Van Parys, H., Smith, J.A., Rober, P. (2014) Growing up with a mother with depression: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. The Qualitative Report, 19, (29) 1-18.

2013

  • Atkins, L., Smith, J.A., Kelly, M.P. and Michie, S. (2013) The process of developing evidence-based guidance in medicine and public health: a qualitative study of views from the inside. Implementation Science 8 (101).
  • De Visser, R., Wheeler, Z., Abraham, C., Smith, J.A. (2013) 'Drinking is our modern way of bonding': Young people's beliefs about interventions to encourage moderate drinking. Psychology and Health, 28, 1460-1480.
  • Eatough, V., Santini, H., Eiser, C., Goller, M.L., Krysa, W., de Nicola, A., Paduanello, M., Petrollini, M., Rakowicz, M., Squitieri, F., Tibben, A., Weille, K.L.,  Landwehrmeyer, B., Quarrell, O., Smith, J.A. (2013) The personal experience of parenting a child with Juvenile Huntington's disease: perceptions across Europe. European Journal of Human Genetics, 21, 1042-8.
  • Quarrell​‌, O., Nance,​‌ M., Nopoulos,​ P., Paulsen,​ J., Smith, J.A., Squitieri, F. (2013) Managing juvenile Huntington’s disease. Neurodegenerative Disease Management, 3, 267-276.
  • Robinson, O.C. Wright, G. and Smith J.A. (2013) The Holistic Phase Model of Early Adult Crisis  Journal of Adult Development, 20, 27-37.
  • Smith, J.A., Stephenson, M. and Quarrell, O. (2013) Doing the right thing by one's children: deciding whether to take the genetic test for Huntington’s disease as a moral dilemma. Clinical Genetics. 83, 417-421.

2012

  • Breakwell, G., Smith, J.A., Wright,  D. (eds) (2012) Research Methods in Psychology, 4th edition. London: Sage.
  • Smith, J.A. and Eatough, V. (2012) Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: G. Breakwell, J.A. Smith, D. Wright (eds), Research Methods in Psychology, 4th edition. London: Sage.
  • Smith, J.A. and Shinebourne, P. (2012) Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: H. Cooper (ed. in chief). APA Handbook of Research Methods in Psychology. Washington DC: APA.
  • Smith, J.A. and Willig, C. (2012) A conversation with Professor Jonathan Smith. Appendix, in C. Willig Qualitative Interpretation and Analysis in Psychology. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
  • Spiers, J. and Smith, J.A. (2012) Using autobiographical poetry as data to investigate the experience of living with end-stage renal disease: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Creative Approaches to Research, 5 (2), 119-140.
  • Stuart-Smith, S., Smith, J.A., Scott, E. (2012) To know or not to know? Dilemmas for women receiving unknown oocyte donation. Human Reproduction, 27, 2067-2075.

2011

  • Dancyger, C., Wiseman, M., Jacobs, C., Smith, J.A., Wallace, M., Michie, S. (2011) Communicating BRCA1/2 genetic test results within the family: a qualitative analysis. Psychology and Health, 26, 1018-1035.
  • Glasscoe, C. and Smith, J.A. (2011) Unravelling complexities involved in parenting a child with cystic fibrosis: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 16, 279-298
  • Shinebourne, P. and Smith, J.A. (2011) ‘It is just habitual’: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of long-term recovery from addiction. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 9, 282-295.
  • Shinebourne, P. and 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 & Policy, 18, 313-322.
  • Smith, J.A. (2011) Evaluating the contribution of interpretative phenomenological analysis. Health Psychology Review, 5, 9-27.
  • Smith, J.A. (2011) Evaluating the contribution of interpretative phenomenological analysis: a reply to the commentaries and further development of criteria. Health Psychology Review, 5, 55-61.
  • Smith, J.A. (2011) ‘We could be diving for pearls’: the value of the gem in experiential qualitative psychology. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin, 12, 6-15. PDF PDF icon
  • Smith, J.A., Dancyger, C., Jacobs, C., Wallace, M., 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.
  • Stuart-Smith, S., Smith, J.A., Scott, E. (2011) Treatment decision making in anonymous donor egg in-vitro fertilisation: A qualitative study of childless women and women with genetically related children. Human Fertility, 14, 97-105.
  • Thompson, A., Larkin, M., Smith, J.A. (2011) Interpretative phenomenological analysis and clinical psychology training: results from a survey of the group of trainers in clinical psychology. Clinical Psychology, Forum, 222, 15-19.

2010

  • Dancyger, C., Smith, J.A., 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.
  • Rhodes, J. and Smith, JA. (2010) 'The top of my head came off': an interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of depression. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 23, 399-409.
  • Robinson, O.C. and Smith, J.A. (2010) The Stormy Search for Self in Early Adulthood: Developmental Crisis and the Dissolution of Dysfunctional Personae. The Humanistic Psychologist, 38, 120-145.
  • Robinson, O.C. and Smith, J.A. (2010). Investigating the Form and Dynamics of Crisis Episodes in Early Adulthood: The Application of a Composite Qualitative Method. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 7, 170-191.
  • Shinebourne, P. and Smith, J.A. (2010) The communicative power of metaphors: an analysis and interpretation of metaphors in accounts of the experience of addiction. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 83, 59-73.
  • Smith, J.A. (2010) Interpretative phenomenological analysis: a reply to Amedeo Giorgi. Existential Analysis, 21, 186-192.

2009

  • De Visser, R.O., Smith, J.A. and McDonnell, E.J. (2009) ‘That’s not masculine’: masculine capital and health-related behavior. Journal of Health Psychology, 14, 1047-1058.
  • Robinson, O.C. and Smith, J.A. (2009). Metaphors and metamorphoses: Narratives of identity during times of crisis. In: D. Robinson, P. Fisher, T. Yeadon-Lee, S. J. Robinson and P. Woodcock (eds), Narrative, Memory and Identities (pp. 85-94). Huddersfield: University of Huddersfield Press.
  • Shinebourne, P. and Smith, J.A. (2009) Alcohol and the self: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of addiction and its impact on the sense of self and identity. Addiction Research & Theory, 17, 152-167.
  • Smith, J.A., Flowers, P. and Larkin, M. (2009) Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis: Theory, Method, Research. London: Sage.

2008

  • Brewer, H., Eatough, V., Smith, J.A., Stanley, C., Glendinning, N., Quarrell, O. (2008) The impact of Juvenile Huntington’s Disease on the family: The case of a rare childhood condition. Journal of Health Psychology, 13, 5-16.
  • Dallos, R. and Smith, J.A. (2008) Practice as research and research as practice: how the qualitative case study can invigorate clinical psychology. Clinical Psychology Forum, 182, 18-22.
  • Eatough, V. and Smith, J.A. (2008) Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: C. Willig and W. Stainton Rogers. Handbook of Qualitatitive Psychology. London: Sage.
  • Eatough, V., Smith, J.A. and Shaw, R. (2008). Women, anger and aggression: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 23, 1767-1799.
  • Finlay, L., King, N., Ashworth, P., Smith, J.A., Langridge, D., Butt, T. (2008) ‘Can’t really trust that, so what can I trust?’: A polyvocal, qualitative analysis of the psychology of mistrust. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 5, 80-102.
  • Glasscoe, C. and Smith J.A. (2008). Through a mother’s lens: A qualitative analysis reveals how temporal experience shifts when a boy born preterm has cystic fibrosis. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 13, 609-626.
  • Osborn, M. and Smith, J.A. (2008). The Fearfulness of Chronic Pain and the Centrality of the Therapeutic Relationship in Containing It: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 5, 276-288.
  • Smith, J.A. (ed.) (2008) Qualitative Psychology: A Practical Guide to Research Methods, 2nd edition. London: Sage.
  • Smith, J.A.  (2008) Introduction. In: J.A. Smith (ed.) Qualitative Psychology: A Practical Guide to Research Methods, 2nd edition. London: Sage
  • Smith, J.A. and Osborn, M. (2008) Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: J.A. Smith (ed.) Qualitative Psychology: A Practical Guide to Methods, 2nd edition. London: Sage.

2007

  • Brewer, H., Smith, J.A., Eatough, V., Stanley, C., Glendinning, N., Quarrell, O. (2007) Caring for a child with Juvenile Huntington’s Disease:  helpful and unhelpful support. Journal of Child Health Care, 11, 40-52.
  • de Visser, R. and Smith, J.A. (2007) Alcohol consumption and masculine identity among young men. Psychology and Health, 22, 595-614.
  • de Visser, R. and Smith, JA. (2007) Young men's ambivalence toward alcohol. Social Science & Medicine, 64, 350-362.
  • Dixon-Woods, M., Sutton, A., Shaw, R., Miller, T., Smith, J.A. (2007) Appraising qualitative research for inclusion in systematic reviews: a quantitative and qualitative comparison of three methods. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 12, 42-47.
  • Eatough, V. and Smith, J.A. (2007).  Making sense of anger: a case study using interpretative phenomenological analysis.  In: E. Lyons and A. Coyle (eds), Analysing Qualitative Data in Psychology. London: Sage.
  • Smith, J.A. (2007) Hermeneutics, human sciences and health: linking theory and practice. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-Being, 2, 3-11.
  • Smith, J.A. and Eatough, V. (2007) Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: E. Lyons and A. Coyle (eds), Analysing Qualitative Data in Psychology. London: Sage.
  • Smith, J.A. and Osborn, M. (2007) Pain as an assault on the self: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Psychology and Health, 22, 517-534.

2006

  • Dean, S., Payne, S. and Smith, JA. (2006) Low back pain: exploring the meaning of exercise management through interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: L. Finlay and C. Ballinger (eds) Qualitative Research for Allied Health Professionals: Challenging Choices.
  • de Visser, R. and Smith, J.A. (2006) Mister in between: a case study of masculine identity and health-related behaviour. Journal of Health Psychology, 11, 685-695.
  • Dixon Woods, M., Bonas, S., Booth, A., Jones, D., Miller, T., Shaw, R., Smith, J.A., Sutton, A., Young, B. (2006) How can systematic reviews incorporate qualitative research: a critical perspective. Qualitative Research, 6. 27-44.
  • Eatough, V. and 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.
  • Eatough, V. and Smith, J.A. (2006) ‘I feel like a scrambled egg in my head’: an idiographic case study of meaning making and anger using interpretative phenomenological analysis. Psychology and Psychotherapy, 79, 115-135.
  • Midgley, N., Target M. and Smith, J.A. (2006) The outcome of child psychoanalysis from the patient’s point of view: a qualitative analysis of a long term follow up study. Psychology and Psychotherapy, 79, 257-269.
  • Osborn, M. and 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, 216-222.
  • 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, 486-96.

2005

  • Dean, S., Smith, J.A., Weinman, J. and Payne, S. (2005) Managing time: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of patients' and physiotherapists' perceptions of adherence to therapeutic exercise for low back pain. Disability and Rehabilitation, 27, 625-636.
  • Smith, J.A. (2005) Advocating pluralism: Invited commentary on ‘Qualitative interviews in psychology: problems and perspectives’ by Jonathan Potter and Alexa Hepburn. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 2, 309-311.

2004

  • Dixon-Woods, M., Shaw, R.L., Agarwal, S., Smith, J.A. (2004) The problem of appraising quality qualitative research. Quality and Safety in Healthcare, 13, 223-225.
  • Hunt, D. and Smith, J.A. (2004) The personal experience of carers of stroke survivors: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Disability and Rehabilitation, 26, 1000-1011.
  • Michie, S., Hendy, J., Smith, J.A., Adshead, F. (2004) Evidence into practice: a theory based study of achieving national health targets in primary care. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 10, 447-456.
  • Shaw, R.L., Booth, A., Sutton, A.J., Miller, T., Smith, J.A., Young, B., Jones, D.R., Dixon-Woods, M. (2004) Finding qualitative research: an evaluation of search strategies. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 4:5.
  • Smith, J.A. (2004) Reflecting on the development of interpretative phenomenological analysis and its contribution to qualitative research in psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 1, 39-54.
  • Smith, J.A. and Osborn, M. (2004) Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: G. Breakwell (ed.) Doing Social Psychology. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 229-254.

2003

  • Michie, S., Smith, J.A., Senior, S. and Marteau, T. (2003) Understanding why negative genetic test results sometimes fail to reassure. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 119A, 340-7.
  • Raval, H. and Smith, J.A. (2003). Therapists' experiences of working with language interpreters. International Journal of Mental Health, 32, 6-31.
  • Smith, J.A. (2003) Validity and qualitative psychology. In: J.A. Smith (ed.) Qualitative Psychology: A Practical Guide to Research Methods. London: Sage, pp. 232-235.
  • Smith, J.A. (2003) Shifting identities: the negotiation of meanings between texts and between persons. In: L. Finlay and B. Gough (eds), Doing Reflexivity. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 176-186.
  • Smith, J.A. and Dunworth, F. (2003) Qualitative methods in the study of development. In: K. Connolly and J. Valsiner (eds), The Handbook of Developmental Psychology. London: Sage, pp. 603-621.

2002

  • Chapman, E. and Smith, J.A. (2002) Interpretative phenomenological analysis and the new genetics. Journal of Health Psychology, 7, 125-130.
  • Flowers, P., Smith, J.A., Sheeran, P. and Beail, N. (2002) Health and romance: understanding unprotected sex in relationships among gay men. Reprinted In: D. Marks (ed.), The Health Psychology Reader. London: Sage, pp. 218-234.
  • Senior, V., Smith, J.A., Michie, S. Marteau, T. (2002) Making sense of risk: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of vulnerability to heart disease. Journal of Health Psychology, 7, 157-68.
  • 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, 131-44.
  • Thompson, A., Kent, G. and Smith, J.A. (2002) Living with vitiligo: dealing with difference. British Journal of Health Psychology, 7, 213-225.

2001

  • Rees, A., Hardy, G., Barkham, M., Elliott, R., Smith, J.A. and Reynolds, S. (2001) ‘It's like catching a desire before it flies away’: a comprehensive process analysis of a problem clarification event in cognitive-behavioral therapy for depression. Psychotherapy Research, 11, 331-351.

2000

  • 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.
  • 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.

1999

  • Macran, S., Stiles, W. and Smith, J.A. (1999) How Does Personal Therapy Affect Therapists' Practice? Journal of Counselling Psychology, 46, 419-431.
  • Michie, S., Smith, J.A., Heaversedge, J. and Read, S. (1999). Genetic counseling: clinical geneticists' views. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 8, 275-287.
  • 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.
  • 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., Jarman, M. and Osborn, M. (1999) Doing Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: M. Murray and K. Chamberlain (eds), Qualitative Health Psychology: Theories and Methods. London: Sage, pp. 218-240.

1998

  • Flowers, P., Smith, J.A., Sheeran, P. and Beail, N. (1998) ‘Coming out’ and sexual debut: understanding the social context of HIV risk-related behaviour. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 8, 409-421.
  • Osborn, M. and Smith, J.A. (1998) The personal experience of chronic benign lower back pain: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. British Journal of Health Psychology, 3, 65-83.

1997

  • Davidson, J. and Smith, J.A. (1997) A Case Study of 'Newer Practices' in Music Education at Conservatoire Level. British Journal of Music Education, 14, 251-269.
  • Flowers, P., Sheeran, P., Beail, N., Smith, J.A. (1997) The role of psychosocial factors in HIV risk-reduction among gay & bisexual men: a quantitative review. Psychology & Health, 12, 197-230.
  • Flowers, P., Smith, J.A, Sheeran, P., Beail, N. (1997) Health & romance: understanding unprotected sex in relationships between gay men. British Journal of Health Psychology, 2, 73-86.
  • Flowers, P., Smith J.A., Sheeran, P. and Beail, N. (1997) Identities and understanding gay men's sexual decision making In: P. Aggleton,  P. Davies, and G. Hart (eds), AIDS: Activism and Alliances. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 192-212.
  • Jarman, M., Smith, J.A. and Walsh, S. (1997) The psychological battle for control: a qualitative study of healthcare professionals’ understandings of the treatment of anorexia nervosa. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 7, 137-152.
  • Smith, J.A. (1997) Developing theory from case-studies: self-reconstruction and the transition to  motherhood. In: N. Hayes (ed.) An Introduction to Qualitative Methods in Psychology. Hove: Erlbaum Taylor and Francis, pp. 187-199.
  • Smith, J.A., Flowers, P. and Osborn, M. (1997) Interpretative phenomenological analysis & health psychology. In: L. Yardley (ed.), Material Discourses & Health. London: Routledge, pp. 68-91.
  • Turpin, G., Barley, V., Beail, N., Scaife, J., Slade, P., Smith, J.A., Walsh, S. (1997) Standards for research projects and theses involving qualitative methods: suggested guidelines for trainees and courses. Clinical Psychology Forum, 108, 3-7.

1996

  • Smith, J.A. (1996) Beyond the divide between cognition and discourse: using interpretative phenomenological analysis in health psychology. Psychology & Health, 11, 261-271.
  • Smith, J.A. (1996) Qualitative methodology: analysing participants' perspectives. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 9, 417-421.
  • Smith, J.A. (1996) Evolving issues for qualitative psychology. In: J. Richardson (ed.), Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods. Leicester: BPS, pp. 189-202.

1995

  • Smith, J.A (1995) Qualitative methods, identity & transition to motherhood. The Psychologist, 8, 122-5.
  • Smith, J.A. (1995) Repertory grids: an interactive case study perspective. In: J.A. Smith, R. Harre and L. Van Langenhove (eds), Rethinking Methods in Psychology. London: Sage, pp. 162-77.
  • Smith, J.A. (1995) Semi structured interviewing & qualitative analysis. In: J.A. Smith, R. Harre and L. Van Langenhove (eds), Rethinking Methods in Psychology. London: Sage, pp. 9-26.
  • Smith, J.A., Harre, R. and Van Langenhove, L. (1995) Idiography & the case study. In: J.A. Smith, R. Harre & L. Van Langenhove (eds), Rethinking Psychology. London: Sage, pp. 59-69.
  • Smith, J.A., Harre, R. and Van Langenhove, L. (1995) Introduction. In: J.A. Smith, R. Harre and L. Van Langenhove (eds), Rethinking Psychology. London: Sage, pp. 1-9.
  • Smith, J.A., Harre, R. and Van Langenhove, L. (1995) Introduction. In: J.A. Smith, R. Harre and L. Van Langenhove (eds), Rethinking Methods in Psychology. London: Sage, pp. 1-8.

1994

  • 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.

Pre-1994

  • Smith, J.A. (1993) The case study. In: R. Bayne and P. Nicolson (eds), Counselling and Psychology for the Health Professionals. London: Chapman Hall, pp. 249-266.
  • Smith, J.A. (1992) Pregnancy and the transition to motherhood. In: P. Nicolson and J. Ussher (eds), The Psychology of Women's Health and Health Care. London: Macmillan, pp. 175-199.
  • Smith, J.A. (1991) Conceiving selves: a case study of changing identities during the transition to motherhood. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 10, 225-243.
  • Smith, J.A. (1990) Transforming identities: a repertory grid case study of the transition to motherhood.  British Journal of Medical Psychology, 63, 239-253.
  • Perring, C., Oatley, K. and Smith, J.A. (1988) Psychiatric symptoms and conflict among personal plans. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 61, 167-177.

 

Professor Jonathan A Smith